At the SVU offices, Stabler comes in and tosses his sandwich on his desk. Munch is sitting pensively at his desk across the room. "Do you think it's a conscious choice?" he asks Stabler. "What, Holt?" asks Stabler. "What are you talking about?" "Yeah, Holt -- what makes a perp a perp?" says Munch. "Who cares," says Stabler. Munch asks Stabler if he thinks Holt was abused. "It's just another excuse as far as I'm concerned," is Stabler's answer, and he says that all he cares about are the kids. Munch clearly has an issues wedgie of his own, and Stabler asks him what's wrong. Munch gets up and walks over to Stabler's desk. "I got something to show you," he says.
It's another video from Magical Mystical Musical Piano Land. The little kid Jonathan is hesitantly playing "The Entertainer," the one song that brings back everyone's memories of piano-lesson trauma. This time it's Evan who comes and sits down on the bench beside him and coaches him. Uh-oh. Stabler looks down at the screen with his I Smell Trouble Or Maybe A Fart expression. It's definitely trouble this time. On the video, Holt's voice comes from off-screen. "No, no, Evan -- he's having trouble with the music." Jonathan stops playing while Holt steps into the frame with his creepy-ass self and stands next to Evan. "He doesn't feel it," says Holt. "He's ready to start learning. He's ready," he says, like he's Obi-Wan Pervobi. He puts his hand on Evan's shoulder and Evan rubs his left temple in his nervous gesture. Stabler sits down, looking sick. On the screen Holt is sitting back and asking Evan, "Can you show him?" Evan looks at PervMaster Holt for a minute and then turns back to the keyboard. We see Stabler's reaction as we hear "The Entertainer" start up again and then stop; we hear Jonathan's voice asking, "What are you doing?" "Just keep playing," whispers Evan's voice, and "The Entertainer" continues, clunkier than ever. Stabler shakes his head and flexes the indignation muscles in his jaw.