Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of undergraduate Bridget Kaylin, who is found dead in her college's library. They learn from campus authorities that there have been a number of attacks on female students recently, so they check out an ex-boyfriend and several of her friends, but that leads to nothing. A credit-card receipt leads them to a posh restaurant, where one of the workers recognizes her photo and is convinced that she working as a high-class prostitute. The detectives set up a sting, and one of Bridget's classmates admits that several of them have been working as high-class call girls, organized by Shelley Taggert with the tacit approval - if not more - of her father, businessman Barry Taggert. After Taggart's daughter flees to Europe, ADA McCoy uses racketeering statutes against Taggert to force her to return. Written by
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When Lennie and Rey are questioning the second john in his pizza restaurant, Tom's Restaurant is visible across the street. Tom's Restaurant is the inspiration for Suzanne Vega's song "Tom's Diner," and its exterior was also used for the restaurant the characters frequent in Seinfeld. See more
Crack open the piggy bank. See what tumbles out.
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