An aging actress is suspected of murdering her husband in order to pursue her dream.
Did You Know?
In this episode's opening scene, middle-aged socialite (and would-be actress) Marion Whitney is struggling to assay the role of Shakespeare's Juliet. In fact, Claire Bloom
once starred in an acclaimed Old Vic Theatre stage production of "Romeo and Juliet" -- some fifty years prior. See more
Goren suggests that Marion Whitney's husband was murdered by mixing a pesticide with "a base, like petroleum jelly," then applying the jelly to a medical oxygen regulator. In reality when pure oxygen comes into contact with an oil-based product spontaneous combustion occurs. If this hypothesis had been correct the husband would have survived or been killed in the ensuing oxygen fire. See more
[referring to her son
He thinks they care about him. They don't care. How could they? I mean, he sweats; that thing with his face...