Casey, the crack ADA, has finally been called in. Since Jack is fourteen and David is only ten...wait. Why were they at the same school? Oh, whatever. It's statutory rape. Jack's going down. Or he would be if Rhea Perlman weren't proving that she is still alive by guest-starring as his defense counsel. I love it when the guest stars aren't the perps! So the ADA wants to try Jack as an adult, and Rhea ain't having none of it because he can't be guilty of Rape One! "They were just a couple of kids screwing around! If you'll pardon the expression." No, Rhea, we do not pardon that expression. Not at all. Rhea goes to talk to her client as the Captain gets his weekly line. Casey says she is ready to drop the charges for the rabbi's custodial interference. When Stabler goes to release the rabbi, the rabbi asks about Jack. He is concerned for the boy and totally guilt-trips Stabler into convincing Casey to try Jack in family court instead of criminal. Casey agrees to try Jack as a juvenile. But that agreement flies out the window when in turns out that Jack is actually a serial rapist. Three little girls have come forward claiming that Jack raped them, too. Casey is so mad, her nostrils are flaring.
Rhea thinks it is awfully convenient that three new rape victims came forward just in time to get Jack's case pulled into criminal court. Casey snorts and rolls her eyes and explains that the victims felt safe after Jack was arrested. At the courthouse, the media has gathered like sharks to a koi pond and Rhea gives them an earful about their role in the rapes. They are the ones who sexualized children. It's their fault! The amount of sex on television is the real culprit. Rhea is planning on arguing that her client is insane because there is too much sex on television. Legal insanity is defined as being unable to comprehend the consequences of one's actions, so since Jack has been exposed to so much sex and violence on the tube, he didn't know that rape was wrong. The TV made him crazy! Casey thinks the whole thing is wack, but the judge thinks it's up to a jury to decide.
During the trial, the three adorable little rape victims tell their tales of woe about how Jack saw some stuff in movies and in television and he made the tots reenact it against their will. It's pretty grim, but that's SVU for you. As the prosecution rests, Jack asks Detective Stabler whether or not he has seen his dad. Stabler sadly shakes his head no and then goes to kick some delinquent dad ass. Jack's dad complains that he doesn't want anything to do with Jack because despite the fact that he made him breakfast, checked his homework, and got him to school on time, Jack still raped four little kids. Stabler plays the "I'm a better parent" card that he must have bought on eBay because he isn't that great of a parent. Weren't his kids not talking to him for a few seasons? Anyway, he tells Jack's dad to man up and support his little rapist.