When a friend of the Scalis is killed, it seems to be an accident at first. It gets complicated when they find he was leading a double life. Tony deals with a plumbing leak in his office and troubles at home when David shoplifts on a dare.
A prisoner, whom Tony arrested before his trial and conviction, is executed on death row in Pennsylvania. The next day a prisoner in Albany State Prison confesses to the murders for which the other man was executed. The family files a wrongful death suit and Tony is one of the defendants. Then, in a meeting with Tony, the confessor says if Tony will clear him of the two murders for which he's to be executed, he will admit to lying about the murders for which the original convict was executed.
A murder is committed while a fundraiser for the mayor is being held. A beautiful, classy British woman is suspected. Tony's mentor pays a visit and asks if Tony needs a "consultant". The next day an stockbroker/biker wannabe is found murdered. The mentor wonders if it's the same killer and looks for similarities. This woman suspect is leather and tattoo chick and doesn't look like artist's drawing. The following day a body is found at the country club at the golf course and the suspect is a perky blonde with a rose tattoo.
Tony and his mentor have solved the case, so why is Tony so uneasy? He tells Rachel he feels like the mentor is living through him and "putting him in the big league". How did Tony happen to find a key piece of evidence exactly as they had in a case previously?