The squad makes photos of the screen image and canvasses the neighborhood. A mom tells Benson that the guy looks familiar, and cheerily mentions that she's trying to get her kid into piano lessons with Holt. "Larry says it's never too late to develop an ear," she says. I guess, if by "ear" he means "a twisted, codependent erotic attachment." Stabler interviews a store clerk, who says that Holt's a little fruity and hints that people know he's a little pervy too, but it's none of his business. Jeffries talks to a video-store clerk who defends Holt, saying that Holt can see the potential in kids. I guess so, if by "potential" he means "sex appeal." The video-store clerk points over to a concert poster of a tuxedo-clad classical pianist named Ray Guzimano, who is smiling the kind of smile that says, "I was a damn cute kid." "Was Holt one of his teachers, too?" asks Jeffries. The video-store clerk mutters that Holt makes a difference in people's lives. "A hell of a lot more than you ever will," he says. Oh, I guess so, if by "difference" he means "WRETCHED, NIGHTMARISH TRAUMA."
Jeffries and Benson and Stabler walk down the street. "People knew," says Jeffries. Stabler guesses that the neighborhood folks are being more optimistic than they are covering up. "They're just trying to get by," adds Benson. "They face the truth, what kind of parents does that make them?" Jeffries goes over to talk to another resident and Stabler and Benson continue down the street. Stabler furrows his brow and makes his Taking It Personally Face, and sighs about his family. "Why do it at all?" wonders Benson. Stabler is giving his usual sweet-dedicated-daddy-speech when he and Benson suddenly hear piano music coming from Holt's place. Actually, what really happens is that they get dragged over to Holt's place by way of a huge grappling hook hurled by the Ninja of Coincidence, but -- well, you know.
Inside, a young man ignores the detectives until he's finished banging out the final dramatic chords of a piece in swoony prodigy fashion. "How'd you get in?" asks Stabler. "I have a set of keys," says the young man. Hey! It's that guy! From the video! He introduces himself as Evan. Stabler and Benson compliment his playing and then hold out the photo still from the video. "We're looking for this person," says Stabler. Evan looks down and rubs his temple distractedly (a trait we saw from the video) as he thinks: Hey! I'm that guy!