A five-year-old boy named Adam Forbes (Dylan Bluestone) is missing from his apartment, and his frenetic mother initially blames her ex-husband Peter (James McCaffrey), but it's soon clear a stranger kidnapped him. Shortly thereafter, there's a major incident at the grocery store down the street. The owner is stabbed to death and the clerk is also stabbed, but survives. There's also a trail of disturbing photos of Adam with the name Tate (Spencer List). The homeless man who lived in the store in exchange for work, Kevin Walker (Leland Orser), is the primary suspect. The Detectives find Kevin wandering aimlessly and when they try to arrest him, he is talking to himself and extremely violent. He's schizophrenic and extremely disturbed, and refuses to tell them where he stashed Adam. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are frantic.
When a star high school quarterback dies from an overdose of painkillers, Alicia represents the doctor who prescribed the medication. At home, Alicia and the kids deal with some bad news and she gives Peter information that makes his blood boil.
An anonymous source contacts Charlie and provides advance details on an imminent story of national importance. When news breaks that the President will be making a televised speech that night, the 2.0 staff cuts short its one-year (and one week) anniversary party, and rushes back to the newsroom amidst a flurry of speculation as to what exactly happened.
Liza returns from the Hamptons and has to deal with the aftermath. A famous life coach, whose book Empirical is pursuing, forces Liza to face some hard truths.
Hannah meets up with her erstwhile college flame to find out how she contracted HPV, uncovering much more in the process. Marnie's art-gallery boss introduces her to a cocky artist who piques her interest, while Jessa gets a baby-sitting gig.
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