A young girl lands on the windshield of the car. Her feet tells Stella that she was a dancer. Lindsay Monroe works solo on the death of an old tram driver. She soon realizes that her case ... See full summary »

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A young girl lands on the windshield of the car. Her feet tells Stella that she was a dancer. Lindsay Monroe works solo on the death of an old tram driver. She soon realizes that her case is related to the first. The third case involves the death of a fish merchant. He died from a fatal wound caused by a swordfish. Written by Ploy P.

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Murder vic Kia Rowe's first and last names are military acronyms: Killed in Action (K.I.A.) and Rules of Engagement (R.O.E.) See more »

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Detective Lindsay Monroe: [to Vivian Claven] You know, bruises age in a very specific way. First they're red, the color of the blood underneath. A day later, they darken to a bluish-purple. Then they turn green, then they fade to a yellowish-brown. Yours is just black. Too black. Wipe it off!
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Written by Ciara, Missy Elliott, and Jazze Pha (as Phalon Alexander)
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Lots of Material In This Episode
22 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The episode opens in very dramatic fashion as a body comes suddenly crashing down on a young couple's windshield. Apparently she had been killed and thrown off an overpass onto the street. She was a dancer, it is surmised, and that's the main clue to find out who murdered her. That, and a winning Lotto ticket. Mac, Stella and Eddie all combine to work on this case.

The second story begins when Danny and Sheldon are called to an alleyway and find a dead smelly (fish odor) body that has a big bullet hole through the man's chest. It turns out the hole has been made by a swordfish impaling the man. This part was the most interesting of the three cases.

A third story, over 16 minutes into the episode, occurs when Lindsay is assigned to find out why a tram operator died. That death winds up related to the dancer and has so many twists and turns it would make your head spin.

In truth, this whole episode is a bunch of ups, downs, suspects, twists and turns.


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