On Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 2, Stone tries to hold Conway responsible after Sam takes a gun to school and murders several classmates.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 2 continues the saga of the Conway family.

After Molly is allowed to testify at trial, Stone tries to prosecute Conway for raping Sam, but the jury finds Conway not guilty despite Molly's testimony. Molly doubts her own beliefs about this and tells Benson to leave her alone and the Conways go home, but SVU is soon called to the scene of Sam's school after he brings his hunting rifle to school and shoots his classmates.

During a chaotic scene, Carisi finds Sam in a baseball field attempting to shoot himself in the head. He manages to talk him out of suicide and arrests him. Sam pleads guilty and is sent to prison for life, but Benson is upset that Conway is suffering no consequences. Stone decides to arrest and prosecute Conway for criminally negligent homicide because of his attitudes towards masculinity and his treatment of Sam.

Meanwhile, Rollins continues to struggle emotionally with her pregnancy and confides to Benson that she isn't sure she wants to keep the baby. She has seen too much and doesn't know if she's up for worrying about another life.

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 2 online.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 2, Stone blames himself for the shocking verdict in Sam's case, and before Benson can help, Sam makes a tragic decision.


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Law & Order: SVU Season 20 Episode 2 Quotes

Stone: Was going hunting with your dad and brother a big deal?
Sam: It was to my dad.
Stone: But not to you?
Sam: My dad killed a moose when he was 12. Brian killed a deer when he was 15.
Stone: In your family, it's a big deal.
Sam: It's how you become a man.

Defense attorney: So how did you get the injuries that Mr. Stone has repeatedly called indications of rape?
Sam: Do I have to?
Attorney: Yeah, you do.
Sam: So, I met a man and it was the first time. I wanted him to, you know, it wasn't rape or anything like that.