Da Vinci and Homicide investigate the death of 15-year old Jodie French at an unsupervised house party. The death was caused by a single gunshot wound to the heart, the gun in Jodie's lifeless hand. Although an initial look at the evidence indicates that it was a suicide, rumors float around Jody's school that a boy by the name of Peter Florick and Jody had an argument prior to her death. There are however conflicting stories of Peter's whereabouts when the death happened. On questioning, Peter admits that he and Jodie had a special and intimate friendship with most of their conversations, verbal or otherwise, in special code only known to the two of them. Information surfaces that their relationship was much like Romeo and Juliet, with each family disapproving of the relationship. Both the authorities and Jodie and Peter's classmates are on opposing sides, half of whom think Jodie killed herself, the other half who think Peter killed her. Of their classmates who think Peter killed ... Written by
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We found traces of ecstasy too.
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I can remember when ecstasy was Sophia Loren.
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