Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Stocks & Bondage

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Stocks & Bondage

Next we see a finger ringing a security buzzer, which lets Sho-Ling Fu enter the room where we met David McKuin. She asks where McKuin is, and an accented voice asks who she is. She introduces herself and demands that her question be answered. Munch and his fake accent tell her that he sent McKuin on an errand. "McKuin runs errands?" "He does what I tell him. Most people in the industry do." Sho-Ling is not so quick on the uptake, so she asks, "What industry?" Cassidy's cute face appears onscreen as he condescends to her, "You've never heard of John deMunch?" She covers pretty quickly: "You're John deMunch," like she's known of him since she was in utero. "Let me put it this way," says deMunch. "I could make a call to Johannesburg and release so many diamonds onto the market that whatever it is you're carrying wouldn't be worth the price of a pack of gum." Sho-Ling wonders how she knows she can trust him. Duh, he's John deMunch! "I'm a businessman," he replies. "I don't think anyone has ever trusted me. Your move." I am none to pleased to admit that a Munch-centric scene amused me. But I'll be the bigger person and own that.

Cut to the contents of Sho-Ling's bag empty on the table of an interrogation room, where Munch is asking what her job is. "I manage Martin Global" is her defiant answer. Cassidy asks how she prepared for the responsibilities of this high-powered position, and Sho-Ling replies that it's none of his business. Blah, blah, where's Frank? She swears she doesn't know. Cassidy tells her about the diamonds found with Layla's body, and that things are not looking good for her. Sho-Ling insists the diamonds were a gift from a friend. Cassidy asks for a name. Sho-Ling offers up a well-known one -- "James Bond" -- and is pretty smug about it for a bimbo in her place. Munch grabs her address book and tells her they're "going to start visiting her friends, and when [they] find the one, [they're] gonna pass along a nice warm 'thank you.'" He notices that the name David appears frequently in her calendar, for lunch and dinner dates and god knows what else. She demands Munch give it back, and he then discovers that David Kelp, technically the purchaser of the diamonds, is her boyfriend. Ooh, the plot thickens. Or something. Cassidy tells her it's her last chance to talk. She offers up this insight: "Your coffee sucks." Dude, this chick's either really stupid, really ballsy, or a frightening combination of the two.

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