At 4:36 AM, we learn that Harper doesn't live with her boyfriend. He doesn't have keys to her place, but she does to his. Ooh, relationship disparity is a bad, bad thing. Stabler asks for details about the rapist's gun. Harper didn't see it, but he held it to her head when he caught her looking at him in the shower. Stabler asks what he looked like. He's tall, thin, and white, with sandy hair. She remembers his eyes as "cold." When Stabler asks her "How tall?" she specifies by saying, "I don't know -- tallish." Whoa, thanks for the clarification. Harper thinks the rapist is about her age, "like someone [she] would know, someone [she'd] hang out with." But she definitely didn't know him. Stabler, who's squinting throughout this exchange, wonders if anything unusual has happened in the last few days, like strangers hanging around the neighborhood or odd phone calls. Um, it's a trendy area of Manhattan. Wouldn't like ninety percent of the people she saw be strangers? I'm just saying. Harper says no. Stabler asks if the rapist was nervous; he was not. Benson asks what he smelled like. Harper thinks on this for a bit, then answers, "He was wearing cologne -- subtle, not cheap." Stabler asks if she could identify him in a line-up. Harper sets her prominent jaw and doesn't hesitate: "Absolutely."
At 5:01 AM, Stabler asks Harper to describe the ring her attacker took. She's obviously very tired, but draws a sketch of the ring while describing it: "It's very rare. Platinum. It has a small branch with diamond leaves curling over the band. It was my grandmother's." He also took her wallet. He did not leave behind the shirt he used to wipe her stomach. We learn that said shirt had Rosie the Riveter and the "We Can Do It" slogan on it. Ooh, irony. Or something.