Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 19x20 "The Book of Esther" - iokaishiatsupraktijk.comRollins races to rescue a girl being held captive by her father. Information from info button concerning this episode. I wonder if the father is related to the prostitute or stripper, that Rollin's love interest had a fling with? Instead I love the episodes focused on Rollis, they are intense ,full of suspense ,I love her imperfect character ,full of flaws but at the same time tender and insecure. I have to respectfully disagree about the writers having any sort of special agenda for, or love of, Rollins. I think she is a little more prominent this year for a couple reasons. First she was more or less put on the shelf for a couple of seasons as they realized they had screwed up and needed to reboot and rehabilitate the character.
Law & Order SVU ‘The Book of Esther’ Review
Be warned, for we are going to be diving deep into spoilers from this point forward. Also, trigger warning for the frank discussions of abuse, assault, trauma, and violence typical with this show. Fin and Rollins arrive on the scene I love when they are paired up; more of that please! Esther makes it to Mercy hospital, and we go through all of the requisite updates on her condition in order to set up the case. She was starved, showed clear signs of abuse, and had marks on her body consistent with being restrained. Other than her name and a tendency to use bible verses to narrate her inner thoughts, the squad has no information on who Esther is. Meanwhile, the DNA results come back.
The plot: Esther Labott escapes from a house, running frantically down the street. No one knows who she is. She gets on a train at a Long Island Railroad stop and locks herself in the bathroom. Fin and Amanda Rollins to the rescue. At the hospital, she is found to be severely malnourished and ravenously hungry. The doctor warns against letting her eat everything in sight.