Since the psychiatrist hasn't gotten anywhere with Corey, the detectives have to let Eric go. Even though he's asking for help, the only programs are for registered sex offenders. So the only way he can get help is if he actually rapes a kid first, which provides this episode's requisite "the whole freakin' system is out of order!" moment. So the detectives set their sights on Jake Berlin, who runs Pediaphax, a website that provides fully-clothed pictures of children to pedophiles under the "look but don't touch" rule.
Jake's not exactly surprised to see Elliot and Olivia show up: "I was wondering when you'd get here," he says. Can you guess which detective says, "You're a steaming bag of crap that I would love to shove down a hole"? Although Olivia's not much less disgusted, calling Jake's site a "kiddie treasure map." Jake says he cautioned Eric against doing anything, and since pedophiles love to brag, he'd know. Jake and Elliot argue about pedophiles (Jake prefers "pedosexual") and deviants, with Jake drawing parallels to homosexuality once being thought of in the same light. Gay people don't have sex with children, says Elliot. "Neither do I," says Jake. Given that Jake admits to preferring "little angels" between the ages of three and nine, I'm not sure how Elliot kept from throwing Jake out the window when Jake asked to see pictures of his family. Maybe it was because he promised "not to drool."
Over at Eric's place, Sean and Dana are at each other's throats, since he doesn't believe that she doesn't know where he is. "What'd you do to turn your son into such a freak?" he yells. Forensics finds Corey's shirt with semen on it.
But the psychiatrist, after interviewing Corey again, is convinced the kid was coached. The new ADA is spitting fire, despite Olivia (and even Elliot) trying to point out this isn't a case that's going to hold up. "Just do your job and I'll do mine," she says, and she orders them to "squeeze the pedophile's mother until she pops."
Back at the station, the detectives learn that DNA shows the semen didn't come from Eric, but from Corey's father. Munch is going through the photos on Pediaphax, hoping to ID kids so parents can be alerted. He laments that a fresh batch has just gone up on the site, and when a picture of a young blonde girl flashes on the screen, Elliot freezes up and asks Munch to go with Olivia to talk to Corey's father. No can do, says Munch, who's chained to the desk by Cragen. That leaves Fin, who glares at the rat bastard Elliot.