While she's sure that the suspect has now come to New York, the other detectives still have a bit of doubt about the suspect, and continue to look for clues.
Rollins finally does something!
To Rollins, the case is all but closed. In Atlanta, she investigated a series of rapes in which the man utters the phrase "Tell me you love me, Mommy," has a yin-yang tattoo on his neck, rides off on a bike and preys on blondes. So when a blonde ballet dancer describes the same M.O., Rollins is sure it's her guy.
Not so fast. Olivia obviously still doesn't trust her. She shoots down every detail, and even wonders why a rapist would come to New York from Georgia. (Uhh, why NOT?) Basically, everyone's given a reason to doubt this detective. Read More...