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City of the Dolls 

A teenage boy stumbles upon a dead body in a shop full of dolls. The man was the owner of the doll hospital. The room shows signs of a great struggle with dolls scattered all over the floor... See full summary »

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Dale Straker
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Monica Drake
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Rhonda Chavez
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Harry Ellis
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Darcy Sullivan
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Carolyn Straker (as Stephanie Marie Baker)
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Virginia Felton
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Luke Fisher
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A teenage boy stumbles upon a dead body in a shop full of dolls. The man was the owner of the doll hospital. The room shows signs of a great struggle with dolls scattered all over the floor. In an upscale apartment, Stella and Sheldon Hawks examine the body of a waitress who had cancer. As oppose to the other crime scene, this room is in perfect order except for a spilled can of soup. Written by Ploy P.

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Trivia

Stella: "It's always about the black glove." This is a reference to the O.J. Simpson trials in the 1990s. See more »

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[after Lindsay had removed her boots upon entering, Danny looks at her, confused]
Det. Lindsay Monroe: Guess you didn't grow up on hardwood floors.
Danny Messer: No, I didn't actually. Bronx marble.
Det. Lindsay Monroe: What's that?
Danny Messer: It's linoleum.
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At Your Filthy Toes
Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Tonal
Under License from Wall Lizard Music LLC
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Dolls & A Doll Face
2 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's winter time and some punks are throwing ice-balls and passing motorists. One hits the driver side window of a truck and the driver gets out and chases one guy down the street. However, that has nothing really to do with the story. What it leads to is thits: when the kid being chased ducks into a store out-of-sight, he discovers a room full of dolls and the store owner laying dead in a pool of blood. He is clutching one of the dolls. What does that mean? There is no sign of burglary, so what happened here in this "hospital" for dolls. There are broken doll limbs and blood spatter everywhere. Mac, Flack, Lyndsay and Danny take the case.

On the second case, a beautiful young girl is found dead in her bed. She looks like a health food addict with all the vitamin pills and organic food in the house. To Sheldon's shock, she is wearing a wig. It turns out the girl has cancer and the hair loss was from chemotherapy. What happened to her? Suicide? Sheldon and Stella investigate.

Once again, this show provides a number of interesting twists to each case and they stick to just that - the case. So far, there haven't been any personal melodramas that take away from the stories, and I like that.


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