Jordan and Detective Lois Carver team up to investigate the death of a senator's daughter and cross paths with a pushy reporter. Bug and Nigel try to respect Jewish law while looking into the death of a man involved in an automobile accident. Macy wrestles with spirituality vs. legality in the case of a transvestite with a special request upon her death. Written by
Did You Know?
When the body's gut explodes Nigel Townsend (Steve Valentine) compares it to a hamster in a microwave. See more
Several times, Jordan refers to the impressions on the victim's leg as lividity marks. However there are two problems. First, there is no discoloration. Lividity displays itself as a dark purple discoloration of the body and can also be referred to as Livor Mortis or Post Mortem Hypostasis. These marks are just skin impressions. Second, the marks wrap around the victim's leg more than 180 degrees. We later discover the cause of the impressions to be bathroom tiles where the victim was laying down for hours. A flat surface is not consistent with the wrapped nature of the marks. See more
Written by Patty Griffin
Performed by Patty Griffin
From the album "Living With Ghosts" (1996)
Played at the end of the episode See more