Typical episodes follow the detectives and their colleagues as they investigate and prosecute. Rollins thinks this sucks, and Carisi says a busload of nuns could say Stone was in Albuquerque at the time of the rape and still in the back of his mind he would wonder, did he, saying that is what sucks. She asks Sarah what happened. Barba heard there was an opening in Brooklyn, but Carisi says he took an oath to protect and serve and he does not want to leave — not now anyway. He asks how things are going with Al. He screams Stone raped his wife. And that was far from the only time he's been that drunk.
Inside, Sarah explains to Benson and Rollins that her husband was on a trip when it happened. Benson says he couldn't know. When will this reality and the police's horrific treatment of victims be reflected on the show? Seems like she gets a 'free pass' on everything you described with Boss Benson. Rollins made the strong decision to raise her baby without him after she realized what a player he was. She said that she, Stone, Reggie, and Wanda all went to Stone's hotel room -- yet nobody gave Reggie a second look until the end of the hour. I don't want to hear any more of Peter Stone's backstory.
Later, in a restaurant, Benson speaks with Reggie who is shocked at Stone possibly going to prison. Stone asks if Reggie remembers August 2006, saying he had a no-hitter going until Reggie stepped up to the plate. She tricks Reggie into agreeing to lie for Stone. Stone was sure he never raped a woman. He says Sarah would never cheat on him. It is the current longest running scripted non-animated U.
He had thought that he must have said or done something wrong back then, only he never thought rape. Typical episodes follow the detectives and their colleagues as they investigate and prosecute sexually based offenses. Their trying to make crazy storylines ex. He tells her not to be, that is why he works with her. She says, no, Gary wanted a baby so bad.
Rollins is eating leftovers when Carisi comes in the break room. She says Stone is going to go to prison unless Reggie backs Stone's story. Stone and the woman are in the bar and he gets up to get another drink. She tells him to think of all the ball players who covered for him over his entire career. The show starred Christopher Melonias Detective Elliot Stabler and Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson for its first twelve seasons until the former left the cast, unable to come to an agreement on his contract.
Benson explains Sarah may have been sexually assaulted. Stone was nice and they were having fun She and a few other girls went to Stone's hotel room. At the Drag Bunt Bar on Friday, November 9, Stone arrives with Fin and meets with a friend, Reggie Gregg. Casey, Alex, and Barba all had things that made them unique ex. The way Stone sees it, a crime was committed, the law was broken, and that needs to be addressed, regardless of your personal feelings about it. She masquerades as an advocate for survivors, urging people to believe them, and then turns around and directs a Law and Order episode in which a woman falsely accuses a man of rape. If they won't bring back the old cast give fin more lines.
Even though Carisi's going to have to learn to keep his mouth shut more often, I'm all in for them revisiting their relationship! Another thing the detectives wanted to ask Sarah was who was the father of her daughter Emma. I concur with the posters who want more screen time for Carisi and less of Benson. He says she wants him to commit perjury, and Benson counters that she knows those guys cover for each other, the road trips and what the wives and girlfriends done know. Benson asks what's going on. Stone insists he's not a rapist. He married the woman he was with. Fin says everyone is looking at the past through a different prism because of the times.
Rollins thinks age has nothing to do with it. Fin says he'd better not be lying. She apparently is married and has a child. There is nothing that makes him unique, nothing that makes hims stand out. She and her husband are happy now.