Singer/pianist Danielle Marsh has her own grand piano flown to L.A. from New York claiming it's the only thing that calms her jittery nerves, and moves in with the Sloanes until her concert. Jesse hesitates to help med. student Ellie Rose meet her idol and present her own composition in her style. When Danielle comes for a medical check-up when Mark isn't in, she walks out after insulting Jesse; she's equally impossible at the theater and claims to have been chased in a red car by a man who had hassled her earlier in New York. Just when symptoms of memory loss have convinced Mark it was all in her head, someone shoots at her and him. . . Written by
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Have you ever seen this disease, Lieutenant? Up close? Do you know what it does to people? Their bodies goes on and on and their minds just fall apart. They can't dress themselves or feed themselves. They don't know how to use the simplest thing like a fork or napkin. They can't take a pill to make it go away; it is day in and day out. And the worst part is is they can see it coming. They see the madness settling into their brains. And they know the only way out IS out.