Detective Sherlock Holmes, along with his sober companion, Dr. Joan Watson, uses his uncanny ability to read people and analyze crimes to assist the NYPD on some of their more difficult cases. In the season premiere, Holmes consults on a home invasion that resulted in murder.
The body of a woman in her 60's is found mangled in Central Park. It's hard to make an identification and it isn't until they find her dog that they can figure out who she is - Greta Esterman, a doctor with the public health department. Greta's job was notifying victims who had contracted HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases that they were infected, and apparently she had quite a few enemies, and had even received threatening phone calls. Her grieving husband Arthur Esterman (Michael Gross) tells Detectives Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) that one caller, Roger Pomerantz (Brian Rogalski), was particularly vile. Roger was just released from prison, but he has an airtight alibi.
In the season 16 premiere, Sergeant Benson (Hargitay) juggles work and her new role as foster mother to baby Noah Porter. Amaro (Pino), now working the traffic beat in Queens, arrests an underage prostitute with connections to Noah’s mother Ellie, who was “greenlit” by her pimp and brutally murdered. Amaro’s undercover work sets off a chain of events that puts everyone connected to the case - even baby Noah - in danger. Meanwhile, a new detective assigned to Manhattan SVU (guest star Peter Scanavino) starts off on the wrong foot.
As the BAU travels to Miami to investigate a series of bizarre, ritualistic murders, Reid suffers a series of blinding headaches and hallucinations that leave him concerned for his health.
Benson walks into a hostage situation at a neighborhood restaurant. Rollins tries to help her father after he's hospitalized. Guest starring Sarita Choudhury and James Morrison.
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