In Naples, Italy, Harm and Tracy use criminal profiling to find the killer of four prostitutes murdered in Mediterranean liberty ports during visits by a certain US destroyer. Sturgis works with Bud, and Harriet tries to work with Loren.

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Sarah MacKenzie (credit only)
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RAdm. Chegwidden diverts Harm to Naples, Italy, on his way back from Seahawk (in the Arabian Sea), and he sends Tracy there also to join him - to find a serial killer who an Interpol officer believes to be aboard a certain US destroyer. Four prostitutes have died in Mediterranean liberty ports under bizarre circumstances. Criminal profiling works well; however, after Harm and Tracy first search unsuccessfully in the obvious direction, then they suddenly by surprise find the offender, who does indeed fit the predicted profile. Tracy fluently converses with an Italian inspector in his own language, and she tells him that her father came from Milan. Meanwhile Sturgis works with Bud, and Harriet tries to work with Loren, who has decided to get an abortion. Written by DocRushing

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26 November 2002 (USA)  »

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One of the suspect sailors name is Benjamin Holt. The Benjamin Holt was a liberty ship during WWII (Benjamin Holt (1849 - 1920) was an American inventor who developed Richard Hornsby's design for one of the first practical caterpillar tracks for use in tractors.) See more »

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Twice Harm and Tracy fail to return salutes from a petty officer -- when he approaches them, and when he leaves - outdoors and while wearing their covers (headgear). To do so is a breach of courtesy. That's generally regarded as a gesture of rudeness toward the sailor. See more »

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Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Manetti: Most serial killers fit a basic profile. Single white male, young, father absent from his life. Usually distant from his mother and a lack of a committed relationship with a woman...
[Manetti notices Harm's facial expression]
Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Manetti: What is it, sir?
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Well, I was just thinking that, uh, could describe me.
Lt. Cmdr. Tracy Manetti: You're too old to fit the profile, Commander.
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Oh. Well, I don't know whether to be insulted or relieved.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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