A body is found, wrapped in a hotel sheet, at a laundry facility prompting Taylor and Bonesara to go through a list of NY hotels to find the owner of the sheet. Messer and Burn investigates the death of a 'living statue' found in a local park against Taylor's order. Written by
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[the suspect, Robert Costa, is a trade representative from Tescara, a small island in the Atlantic
I'm as American as you are. Andover, Columbia undergrad, and a master's from Yale.
Det. Don Flack
Yeah? Guess what? Where I come from, still makes you a foreigner.
References Groundhog Day