The father here deserved to go to prison for raping his son but probably couldn't have been convicted of murder especially since they couldn't bring up the rape case. But for the show itself, that's a huge drop from the premiere and from their second week last season on Wednesday. Benson suggests Fin speak with Brian, away from his parents. Somebody get them each a husband! Dealing with a sibling's death and deals with that by screwing up at work, sleeping with women and drinking excessively. Rollins tries to connect with her, but she says she wants her mommy and she cries. It was a poignant hour that left viewers with questions and thoughts—but one question was finally answered: Who is the father of Rollins' Kelli Giddish.
Weigh in below, and don't forget you can if you missed anything! He also has zero sympathy for the young shooter, saying not everyone who are assaulted, abused and humiliated shoot up schools. She mentions he was good with Jesse and he says he loves kids. But Carisi tells Sam to accept the responsibility for what he did and go ahead and kill himself. I would turn the volume up as loud as I could to drown out the fighting and the screaming downstairs. Separating kids from their parents is barbaric but there is still a problem. He threw it at her and that was just before he beat the crap out of her.
But regret is an awful thing to live with. Back in 2015, Kelli Giddish welcomed her first child with husband, Lawrence Faulborn. Later, Benson and Carisi speak with Molly about John and Benson says they think John should be prosecuted for creating an environment where Sam believed that shooting made him a man. Later, Rollins is struggling with going through with the pregnancy. When he started to get too rough with her, Rollins withdrew her consent, but Patton overpowered and raped her. No luck; Sam is in complete denial. Stone states when he was a kid, his grandfather had a cottage in the dunes in Rhode Island.
Benson said one kills, and Rollins says in Georgia they both do. They are talking about a 9-year-old child. But when she tells him that she is pregnant, he goes right to thinking about being there for her if she chose an abortion. How could she let him. The episode was not written well nor was it realistic. But is that enough to make the parents responsible? And it is… Donal Logue's Lt. Additionally, Beck kept asking a ton of creepy questions about Rollins' pregnancy and her feelings around it, and it seemed like she needed to get it together before he succeeded in manipulating her.
Rollins asks why Roe v Wade is sacrosanct but the second amendment disposable? He comments that aside from not sleeping. Say it louder for the people in the back!! Rollins tries to assure him it is not his fault. Glad they are able to add to their family while creating an interesting storyline for Rollins in the process. She was taken to a detention facility and they registered as a temporary foster family. Are we supposed to think that he felt the relationship was more than friendship and he would be upset? I could relate to that, as homework time with kids that age is never easy, though I wondered why Benson didn't tell Lucy or whoever else was watching Noah what his homework assignment was so that person could make sure he got it done.
We were not the Keatons. Benson asks Jefferies how he and Stone pulled this off, and he explains the supervising judge in the 5th circuit grew up in Chicago and they trained at the same gym. Sometime later, John is at a shooting range and Carisi and Fin arrest him for murder. I glad that they don't show Noah situation. The school shooting scene was very unsettling, and I found myself wondering how school-aged kids who watch the show and their parents felt about this scenario. Andy Karl makes his debut as Sgt. It was a good beginning.
He knew firing the gun was wrong and knew the consequences. We didn't need to hear the gunshots or see kids racing out screaming. Benson brings Stone into an interview room and introduces him to Gabriella. Benson, sitting in the gallery, frustrated, stands up and asks the judge what are they doing here? Considering that Rollins is both a rape survivor and has suffered a similar manipulation at the hands of her Gamblers Anonymous sponsor, sending her into a tailspin in the past, it's no wonder she was losing it when it came to Beck and his disturbing obsession with her vulnerability. Carisi is one of my favorites on the show and Peter Scanavino does a great job. After being on the show for seven seasons, celebrating this landmark season is a big deal and the camaraderie between the cast members speaks for itself. As fans know, a relationship might be difficult given Rollins' current situation — she's pregnant and the father is on-again, off-again boyfriend , who has a wandering eye.
One day, Rollins returns home to find Parker apparently raping Kim, and she shoots and kills him. He says that was the policy. Benson does not confirm or deny. After a show has been on for 20 years it's hard to keep the stories fresh and I appreciate they are trying. Benson, however, says that she no longer trusts Rollins, and would transfer her if the precinct were not so short-staffed. It's interesting that she went into police work to protect victims and put away abusers, given her feelings about the domestic violence she witnessed as a child.