Anyway, Hampton says it's possible that Tazmin could have come to the party to score drugs, since apparently her doctor or shrink or someone had offices in the same building, and the doctors all just show up at Hampton's fabulous parties. Munch gives Hampton his card. "Let me know if you think of anything else," he says. Hampton asks him what he means about his book reviewer character. "No resemblance because I failed to capture her, or no resemblance because it was a different character?" Uh, Hampton? I think Munch meant "let me know if you think of anything else -- besides yourself."
At the studio of Carlo Parisi, Carlo shoots three models in white lingerie who loll around on a bed looking about as thrilled as three fifteen-year-olds working at KFC on a Friday night. "Yew naughty, naughty gulls!" croons Carlo. Stabler and Benson stroll in and approach his assistant, Ms. Sunglasses, who you'll notice, if you're a clever, clever clue-finder, is now wearing her sunglasses indoors. Benson and Stabler tell Sunglasses that Vanessa's been killed, too. She looks shocked -- which is to say that her forehead twitches discernibly behind her sunglasses -- and gets Carlo. His reaction to Vanessa's death: "Aw, buggers -- not 'er as well!" He repeats his story -- that he wasn't paying much attention when the girls left that night -- but then Addicted to Sunglasses jumps in and says that the girls had left to score. "Why else would they be going to Hampton Trill's party?" she says. Benson glares at Carlo: "That's a little detail you failed to mention to us before." Carlo insists that he didn't want to hurt Tazmin's family: "I mean you'll keep them from knowing that, surely?" "We'll be very discreet," says Stabler, while he and Benson shoot the Death Ray of Disapproval from their eyes.
Back at the station, Munch and Cassidy show Stabler and Benson the security camera shots of Tazmin and Vanessa entering the lobby of Hampton's building. Benson and Stabler decide to try and find the doctor who's been giving Tazmin prescription bennies
so they chung-chung it to the Medical License Bureau (where they always sign the organ-donor form on the back of their licenses), where they find that Tazmin and Vanessa's doctor is a Dr. Deke O'Connor, who's been prescribing thousands of diet drugs and giving out speed like it's Halloween candy. They go to bust his ass
at NYU Hospital. A nurse directs them to a rooftop lounge and points out Dr. O'Connor. They walk up to a doctor: "Dr. O'Connor?" "No, I'm Dr. Sullivan," says the doctor. "This is Dr. O'Connor." He turns a wheelchair towards the detectives to show a veggie-looking guy in a neck brace. He explains that Dr. O'Connor was thrown from his motorcycle in 1997 and is now one of the patients at the hospital. D'oh!