The body of a 16-year-old Emily Sullivan is found brutally murdered in a car. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargity) and Stabler (Chris Meloni) confirm the identity of the victim at her well-appointed house in Westchester where her parents tell them she was supposed to have been sleeping at Andrea Kent's (Arielle Kebbel) for the night.
A 6-year-old boy is brought to the emergency room from a midnight church service because he has stopped breathing. Sam (Cress Williams) and Lori-Ann Dufoy (Malinda Williams) are his devastated foster parents. While it is unclear what happened, the medical examiner points out a ring mark on the boy's skin.
A woman drops her cell phone in the toilet at a coffee house and finds a spy cam. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) track the camera to a high tech shop and ask the techno geek, a woman named Charlie (Amy Sedaris), where they were installed. When the Detectives track down the man they think was the voyeur and go to his apartment, Charlie answers.
408: The War Within
Caught on video kissing an out-of-the closet boy (Ty) in the school auditorium, Ryan resorts to “straight” therapy from an angry coach. But when the video goes viral, his humiliation causes him to grab his grandpa’s antique gun to teach a lesson to the bully who spread the video. Ryan renounces the kiss to Ty, then finds suicidal urges when coming to grip later with his true predilection. Ryan and Ty and the bully are all schoolmates of Ed’s son Clark, whom Ed inadvertently chases through the woods thinking that it’s Ryan.
409: Cost Of Doing Business
When a ransom drop goes wrong, Team One is drawn into the dangerous world of international ‘express kidnapping’ – being held at bay by a professional security expert, and learning nightmare of a woman haunted by the brutal experience of captivity. When the latter was kidnapped, her employer had dithered over meeting the routine ransom demand. The laborer suffered significant abuse as a hostage. Now she and her brother kidnap the company’s CEO, and matters turn worse when he doesn’t recall her or her suffering ordeal.