I think the comments on here are quite selfish and inconsiderate. Did the ethical dilemma hold your attention? I know there wasn't time to address their reaction to any of this, but I wish there had been. Another thing, doctors generally are in the business of doing good not harm. At most, the doctors will give a few days if organ donation is agreed upon. Amanda Rollins, guest-star Janel Moloney as Dr. Meanwhile, Sheila Porter attempts to challenge Benson's parenting skills as a mother, which infuriates Benson. However, it quickly becomes intense when the rape victim starts to break down in fear, stress, and desperation.
The doctor could very well be a murderer if she didn't do all she could to save Zoe. Stone reveals to Benson that he moved to New York to take care of his sister, who is mentally ill and in a home upstate. In this episode, the Fremont High School is mentioned as a reference to because of the terror Anthony Fremont in the movie. Chernuchin, who also held the same position at the time Waterston joined the original series in 1994; Chernuchin is credited as the creator of the McCoy character. McCormick also guest starred in the season finale. Rhea's character was inspired by InfoWars reporter Millie Weaver.
Thorne is probably best known for her roles as in The Mysteries of Laura and Dr. Benson then becomes a witness to unfolding events. Benson: And you just assumed the parents would consent? In that episode's last scene, Shields' character was revealed to be Noah's previously unknown grandmother, Sheila Porter, who challenged Benson for custody before becoming friends. Zoe had played a basketball match and had just finished getting off the bus when her friends came up with a dare. When all of his victims are reluctant to testify, Benson must count on one victim to help put the perp away. Olivia's worst nightmare comes true when she gets some horrifying news about Noah. Meanwhile, Stone's sister, Pamela, develops and he has to make a tough decision about her treatment.
The relative underdevelopment of most of the support characters does not help. I can see how Benson would be torn up. It is horrible having someone come to you and ask to take your child's organs. This dare however was too much for a young girl. Meanwhile, Benson tries to overcome her doubts about Sheila after letting her visit Noah for the first time and befriending her. After a dare gone wrong, a young girl named Zoe is pronounced brain dead.
They had mentioned all the children she had saved, they had showed off several files in which Franchella saved a life, and they had even put a boy on the stand. Nevertheless, Benson investigates, hoping to get justice for the elderly woman. At least in their case, there was no family conflict involved, as with Terri Schiavo's husband and parents, and the warring adult children of Ted Williams. You dont steal a heart from someone to give to another person. Walters played the rape victim, Laurel Linwood, who knows she was raped but can't remember what happened. I love ethical dilemma stories.
Lonegan Lillian Ellen Jones — Lisa Dixon James Mount — Neil Dixon Stacey Raymond — Coach Clare Tom Titone — Judge Joshua Goldfarb Lynn Marocola — Police Officer Jessica VanOss — Sporty Camp Kid Richard Wingert — Gallery Courtroom. However, the detectives become suspicious of her story when several things do not match up and the detectives soon discover a disturbing secret kept by the family. Fortunately the emotion of it, the unexpected twists, combined with the controversy is enough to grab and keep you glued to your seat right until the end, where an important part of the story takes place. When Rollins enters and tells them that the boy who was to receive the transplant has died, Stone looks at Benson and the episode ends with a look at her heartbroken face. Being over-sentimental over the body parts is very selfish, as there are so many sick and dying people who could make great use of the organs. This episode taught me one thing. The doctor claimed she was brain dead but there have been cases where peoples brain activity changes after a couple of weeks.
They were playing around with something that was just too adult for them and had acted like the kids they were only they had left Zoe behind. As in any series, the key ingredient is finding sympathetic leads that the audience can relate to. Meanwhile, Tutuola takes several steps to ensure that Benson is safe at work, after the previous incident with Sheila Porter. What right do they have to make decisions for a family. Once this nonsense is over, there's lots of children who still need my help.
There is too much attachment, when in actually, when a person is dead, they are dead. I have a friend in her mid 40's who has 2 teenage girls who just now is going to make our an Advance Directive. Always fun if an episode makes you think. Even if its a microscopic chance, Zoe has the right to fight for that chance. Then Zoe's parents found out that her organs had been harvested without their permission and her heart was about to be given to a little boy who would die without it. Rafael Barba may have interfered in many cases on the show, but this one might be the most emotional. And so he was perfectly willing to talk to the police.
He told them that a young girl had come up to him and had kissed him on the cheek. The episode, Season 19 Episode 16, sees a criminal case launched when a girl tragically dies and a surgeon harvests her organs without getting consent from her parents. Stone is tallker than her first of all. However, things eventually become extremely dangerous and Benson's life is soon put in serious peril as things take a shocking twist. They should be asked just in case they want to monitor the progress.
He found put in a split second his daughter is dead, her organs illegally harvested than in a split second have to make a decision in that state. She was alive and the parents should have the right to keep her one life support. I was a little nervous, going into the last break, that our accused would turn out to be some kind of Kevorkian in disguise, but it turns out her motives were pure and selfless, even if outside what the law currently allows. There have been cases where people supposedly brain dead fully recovered. Franchella seemed to think that that meant they should be obligated to make that choice. They later confessed, only after being taken to police headquarters, that they had been playing a game. No one has the right to use someone tragedy to further someones life without permission.