Brenda and her team investigate the death of Michael Thompson, a no-nonsense judge who had, no doubt, made many enemies among those he convicted. Found shot in Griffith Park, Thompson was returning home from a poker game at a friend's house when his car was hijacked. Missing is his son, Keith, an autistic teenager who lived with his father and whose divorced mother lived in Phoenix. As Brenda delves into the judge's past looking for the perpetrator, Keith is found alive, and his penchant for numbers and the GPS in his father's car provide the keys to solving the case. Meanwhile, Brenda and Fritz continue dating, but she doesn't seem very comfortable with the idea of them as boyfriend and girlfriend. Written by
garykmcd / revised by statmanjeff
Did You Know?
Brenda Leigh Johnson
Low-functioning autistics have no language skills; they cannot survive independently by themselves. Keith is not like that. According to his school records, he's very intelligent but he does have issues : he's unemotional, frequently says inappropriate things, he's literal-minded, he gets fixated on minor details, he gets agitated when his routine is altered and he's extremely uncooperative when anything or anyone gets in the way of him doing what he wants.
Det. Andy Flynn
Does he have a Georgia accent?
References Rain Man