First Aired: Oct. 18, 1999 on NBC
Summary: Benson and Stabler investigate the murder of a travel writer, tied up with woman undergarments that are cutting off his air supply, and the main suspect is the landlord's boyfriend, but clues then turn to the landlord and her daughter. And then learning that the daughter had a sexual…
Main Characters in this Episode
Maureen Stabler: Dad, not on the lips.
Detective Elliot Stabler: When did that happen?
Kathy Stabler: When you were at work.
- The address for the record shop "As The Vinyl Turns" is given as 239 Bleecker Street. There actually is a record shop at this address, although in real life it is called "Bleecker Street Records".
- This episode was a tribute to Vladimir Nabokov's novel "Lolita", with character names borrowed from the book for this episode such as Annabel, Hazes, Richard F. Schiller, and Ramsdale.