And Saint Olivia strikes again this week. She must go read to the King of the Moon to Bradley Whitford. Yes, it was an emotional sequence, but they paid for Nancy Travis. Why not have her reading the story to him in a flashback-esque sequence? No, Benson had to do it. I think her ultimatum to Velasco was a little much. In order to regain her trust, he must betray the guy that literally saved his life because that is "what cops do?" And he will be lauded for making a choice that is literally give up your friend or I will hold this over you and possibly turn over to authorities in another state? She is so damned sanctimonious. These two scenes ruined what was otherwise a very good episode. Bradley Whitford knocked it out of the park, even though his lawyer seemed more concerned with getting him off a dementia defence than proving his innocence. The Fin, Velasco and Churlish scenes were also strong. I don't know how they are going to balance all of them and Bruno and Muncy when Benson takes up so much screen time. I'm still disappointed that they wrote off Tamin, a character who was complex and an actor who wanted to stay, when they were just going to bring on other characters.