On Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 2, Stabler makes inroads with the KOs while another cop suffers a heartbreaking loss on the job.

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Stabler continues to attempt to make inroads with the KOs. He is called to the scene of a grisly murder, where he is asked to burn the place down to destroy the bodies and any evidence that they ever existed. He reports all this to Bell the next day, ignoring Brewster's fear that the mob has followed him to headquarters.

Bell gets the team to work while Stabler continues to try to get the Albanian's trust. Albi tells Stabler that Reggie likes him, but he doesn't. Stabler is an outsider, and he doesn't trust outsiders.

Meanwhile, Stabler's mother has some sort of episode in which she slaps a little boy at the duck pond and calls him Elliot. She is arrested and demands that Stabler come to let her out. Bell takes her out of the cell and gets Stabler.

Stabler's mom is not on the proper meds. She changed them because she was doing okay. She refuses to go to the hospital but agrees to go home with Stabler and his family.

Back at work, Stabler and Reggie are supposed to meet Nova, a young girl working with the Marcy Killers, but there is a drive by shooting. Nova's girlfriend is killed and Nova is injured. She refuses to talk to Bell about who killed Penda, but soon shows up at HQ, revealing that she is Brewster's UC that he never told Bell about.

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 2 online.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 2, Stabler's loyalty is put to the test at work, and again at home when his mother unexpectedly shows up.

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Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 2 Quotes

Reggie: When you're with the KO, you get free food. You're with me, you're with the KO.
Stabler: I'll just leave a tip.
Reggie: We don't do that.

Bell: When Gina died, remember what you told me? You said sometimes we lose a few to save a lot.
Stabler: I don't know if I still believe that.
Bell: Neither do I, but sometimes we have to believe that what we're doing is worth doing.