In Beachwood, NJ, Eric Fisher's recently divorced father, high-school teacher Jack Fisher, goes berserk while driving the boy back to his adulterous ex. He even hurts him under influence of rohypnol-poisoned LSD which has also affected other users. The team profiles an elaborate revenge plot by a clever social outcast with substance access. Written by
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Both JJ and the nurse at the ER use the term "psychosomatic" to refer to cases of food poisoning that might not be real. The term they should have used was "psychogenic," which is often confused with "psychosomatic." The term "psychogenic" is interchangeable with "functional," which means that the patient believes that signs and symptoms are genuine, but the affected anatomy and/or physiology are "functioning" normally. Colloquially, most people refer to this type of illness as "being all in your head." The term "psychosomatic" refers to signs and symptoms of illness that may have had their origin in psychological trauma or belief of some sort but then begin to manifest as true physical signs of illness or disease. See more
We know there are four types of poisoners who target multiple victims.
There's the true believer, the political terrorist/religious cult.
There's the extortionist, product tamperer who holds a business hostage in exchange for money.
Or the prankster, usually a younger offender who doesn't mean any harm and it's basically just a big practical joke.
And the avenger. Someone with a personal vendetta who choses poison as their weapon.
So we need to find out as quickly as possible which type he is, ...
Written by Christopher Karloff / Sergio Pizzorno
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