Benson and Stabler investigate when a disabled woman is beaten and raped.
Holmes takes extreme measures to secure his return to New York when he leans on his father's disreputable connections to aid his legal re-entry into the United States. Also, while Holmes looks for a way back to the United States, Watson helps the NYPD investigate a murder at a storage facility that caters to wealthy clients with items they want hidden from U.S. Customs.
Bull and the TAC team question whether they have a solid defense when they represent wealth manager Rachel Elliot (Francesca Faridany) who's on trial for her husband's murder, which she claims to have no memory of due to an alcohol-induced blackout.
The Colonel’s daughter, Karen, comes to see him. The Colonel isn’t too happy about this. But this gives Brown the idea to plan a Friends and Family day so all of the residents can have visitors. The Colonel is upset with Karen because she put him in a retirement home. She explains, her reason for doing so was because he seemed to become depressed and withdrawn from the world since the death of her mother. The Colonel finally comes around and they make up. Tension mounts between Will and Sasha as she expresses her desire to start a family. Will is not interested in planning a family any time soon. After not being able to locate Miss Daisy or Ms. Edna’s family, Brown decides to have the boys from the Fraternity house come over to keep the residents occupied and entertained, with a Step show.
Bobby and Eugene use a racist sociological theory as a defense when an African-American client is accused of committing manslaughter during a riot. Ellenor sues a travel agent on the behalf of a conceded longtime friend.
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