Next up is one of the harpies. She's designed a baby monitor that allows the mother to biorhythmically sync with her child, and thus feel what the baby is feeling. Carter dumps his old baby monitors as he's called up to help hold one end of the monitor to Allison's stomach and sync her to her kid. Harpy 1 says this will revolutionize childcare.
Harpy 2 has her own invention to tout which she claims will help with messes in a way that "cute" monitors don't. She demos a diaper that can hold up to five times its volume in water. Zoe ditches the box of diapers from the basket.
Harpy 3 thinks that her planet-friendly baby bottles are much more exciting than a five-pound diaper. They are self-sanitizing bottles that somehow bond to the liquid and releases 100 percent of it cutting down on water waste and cleaning supplies. And she made mimosas. I didn't understand how those bottles are supposed to work, but mimosas I get. Carter's gift is now just a basket, that she can use to carry home her new baby loot. Harpy 3 starts a bottle drinking game.
The next morning, Jo calls Carter on his way to work, since the "mimosa king" is late... and hungover. He said that he had to win the baby bottle drinking game because his manhood was at stake. He spots an SVU that's partially off the road. He looks in and sees that the entire thing is filled with water and that one of the harpies is inside.
Fargo is the new ME, since Henry isn't leaving NewKim's side. He speculates that maybe there was a leaky sunroof because there was a lot of rain the night before. Fargo's doing the autopsy, and says it could have been as simple as a heart attack, but Jo thinks there's foul play involved. Carter thinks that there are easier ways to kill someone than fake drowning, but asks if she had enemies. Fargo informs him that she had plenty of rivals at GD who might want her gone, since grant money is being cut and therefore there are less research jobs available. Jo asks for a list of people that might be affected positively by Harpy 1's death.