After witnessing a murder, Jonathan hits his head and loses his memory. As he tries to recover his memory, he starts to suspect he may have had a mistress -- and killed her.

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After witnessing a murder, Jonathan hits his head and loses his memory. As he tries to recover his memory, he starts to suspect he may have had a mistress -- and killed her.

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Better than the debut for season 2, with a long way to go
10 March 2007 | by (Washington state) – See all my reviews

Jonathan witnesses a murder, then contracts amnesia and must recover in order to capture the killer. For whatever reason(s), Robert Wagner looks terrible in this episode, both around the eyes and lack of his usual well-coiffured hair. As it turns out, the murderer is a friend of the Harts, and he attempts to get rid of Hart by using drugs that he cons the access to from his wife the doctor, who conveniently carries a stockpile at home. That's hard to fathom, as is the fact that Jonathan will get into a car after he experiences the effects of the drugs his "friend" gives to him, which include blurred vision and not feeling well. It would've been better had the effects ensued after he started driving the car. Still, it's clever that his friend chooses a restaurant that's high on a hill, allowing for the predictable wild ride down the curved road, missing all cars and obstacles. Lastly, the most unbelievable part of this episode is that the parking enforcement staff only issued one parking ticket to the Harts' car and didn't tow the car that sat there overnight!


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