Carisi asks call about what? His mother noticed he was bleeding in the parking lot afterwards and brought him to the hospital. Meanwhile, Fin Tutuola is accused of framing Roberts as payback for tarnishing his arrest record, having been the original arresting officer. I have been enjoying them for the most part, in some cases liking them more than loving them. Eid himself departed the series at the end of the eighteenth season and was replaced by. They explain they need to take him to the police station because of what happened to Jack. Olivia and Carisi inform him that they are there to arrest Kyle. Sometimes I think in the course of an investigation, the detectives discuss the people involved and sometimes it sounds like they are blaming the victim.
For the most part, I don't see any overt victim blaming this season, at least without some sort of counter argument that shows why the victim is not to blame. Rollins thinks Kyle is a victim too, think the father and mother is doing a number on them, the mother being silent. The next call the detectives get is from Helen Turner. Olivia needs him Kyle to testify so he can get a reduced charge. Benson explains that with Jack dead, they only thing that will move the needle is Kyle testifying his father told him to assault Jack. Adam was beat-up by his father.
He hurt his wrist at practice. Honestly, Raul got way more attention and his character got way more backstory than Casey or Alex ever did. Benson adds if she wants to help her son, have him tell the truth. Sonny: I get what you're saying but it's not that simple. The wife seems to be hiding something from Rollins when they sit and chat at the precinct.
So, I don't feel sorry for Barba fans. Worse still, the central question of who was to blame for this tragedy was never really answered satisfactorily. Benson and Carisi question Jack with his mother Linda present. Benson and Fin sit in the gallery. When Olivia's life stops revolving around the pants in her bed and the baby she'd never have gotten in the real world, call me. He's 13, he plays for the New York City White Caps.
I know she had problems with her mother and sister, but I try not to remember any of the awful storylines surrounding their visits. Carisi meets up with Rollins who is in the break room and he explains Kyle was released after arraignment to his parents. Amanda Rollins and Peter Scanavino Det. It will also help consolidate all the discussion on this movie in a central place and make it less likely that you'll miss some key information. His father called and said Kyle hurt his arm at practice and they are at the hospital. The coach and one of the parents are less than thrilled.
I noticed the error on the date stamps on the videos too. So a result we've come up with the idea of the Newsreel, which will feature smaller shows and news items as they happen. You figure the detectives should have no trouble breaking down his defenses, if he has any. Benson says there are two eyewitnesses who saw Kyle do it and that Kyle was the aggressor. The father punches the son Adam. Kyle cries as he is carried away in cuffs. His father and wife walk in while they are talking and the dad flips out.
Odafin Tutuola , Kelli Giddish Det. They then speak with Kyle whose arm is in a cast and sling. You're on the White Caps too? When Jack asks what will happen to Kyle, Fin explains they are going to arrest him. Sonny: Rollins, it's not just about the physical abuse. Amanda Rollins and Peter Scanavino Det.
Carisi and Amanda head to his house. Technically this was episode 400 in airing sequence, not which aired last week. Abuse victims often become abusers, and it sounds like Kyle was headed down that path, yet no one brought that up to his mother when trying to get her to see her husband for what he is nor was there any effort at all made to make Kyle take responsibility for losing his temper. Jim explains that Kyle is the star of the team. They meet him and his mom at the door.
I am almost reluctant to comment as the vitriol toward the show seems to be rising fast. They need to know what her husband is doing. They have evidence that Kyle is being abused. At the 2017 Television Critics Association winter press tour, Dick Wolf expressed his belief that the episode may air that spring. When Carisi says they know the laws, Benson adds that as a mandatory reporter, he is required to call them if he has any suspicions, asking does he. Sonny: So your name's Kyle? Rollins then speaks with Jim who says this is a misunderstanding.