When a woman is found murdered in a hotel room with the same signature as an accused serial killer awaiting trial behind bars, Detectives believe it to be the work of a copycat. Considering that details of the case have been kept strictly under wraps, and the accused killer, Reddick, has had no visitors other that attorneys and psychiatrists, aids Detectives in limiting the suspect pool. Once Goren and Eames discover that Reddick is involved in a clinical study linking a brain lesion to rage killing, they grow to suspect that one of the doctors conducting the study committed the copycat killing, but find the reason shocking. Written by
Lynne Boris Johnston
Did You Know?
When Det. Goren asks who manages the building where Dr. Dwyer lives, the superintendent replies, 'Gump & Worsley.' Gump Worsley was the goaltender for the New York Rangers in 1952. See more
The two Doctors that are interviewed are supposed to be PHD's in Psychology, doing research in Psychology, but the symbols on their lab coats are for Veterinary Med. See more
Detective Robert Goren
[carefully slicing open his own palm with switchblade
Oh, look. I cut myself.