Stabler and Benson hustle down to Holt's place, where there's a uniformed cop guarding the door. Holt's grown son is trying to get the cop to let him in. "I'm sorry, these premises are secured," Stabler tells Son of Holt. "Do you have a warrant?" asks Son of Holt. "It's before a judge, and until she rules, we'll be locking this place down," Stabler explains. Son of Holt scurries off. The detectives look up at the building, which is Holt's whole place, and notice that it's a little odd that a rich white guy would move into a poor black and Hispanic neighborhood. And that the building is right across the street from an elementary school. And that the building is made entirely of gingerbread.
Just then a little boy runs down the sidewalk towards the building. Actually, he doesn't "run" so much as he "gets sucked in by the force of the Tractor Beam of Coincidence." "Whoa! Where you going?" Stabler asks the kid. "I have piano lessons," the boy says. Stabler takes out one of the photos Holt took. Hey! It's that kid!
Benson interviews the kid and his dad. She seems to have a really good rapport with kids when she manages to get out from behind that lipstick. "So, Jonathan, is Mr. Holt a good teacher?" "Yeah," says Jonathan, who says that Holt never touched him except to put his hand on his back for posture. "Look, that teacher's like that with all of his students," explains the dad, though he admits to Benson that he works late and can't be at the lessons. "So who are his students?" Benson asks the dad, who says they're mostly kids from the neighborhood. "Boys and girls?" she asks. "Girls, yuck!" says Jonathan. When Benson asks Jonathan about the pictures, he says that Holt has lots of them. "He calls them snappies," he says. "Snappies?" says Benson. "Did he ever show you these snappies?" Jonathan leans in like he's telling a secret. "No, I found them . . . I turned a page on the music stand, and a whole bunch of snappies fell out." "Are they like the snappies he took of you?" Benson asks him. "No. Those boys in the snappies didn't have any clothes on," says Jonathan. Jonathan's dad looks up as he finally catches his snap from the snappies.