Sara and Jake investigate when skeletal remains are found carefully posed in a downtown park. Using missing person reports, they determine that the remains are those of Gina Maris, a model employed by Dominique Boucher. Slowly, Sara begins to realize that the woman's death and Boucher are somehow related to the Witchblade. She is shocked when she interviews Karen Bronte, Gina's roommate, only to find a photo of a woman and a young child whom Karen claims is her mother and grandmother. The grandmother could be Sara's identical twin. Irons informs Sara that Dominique Boucher was a one-time possessor of the Whitchblade and she may want it back and that Karen might be the next bloodline inheritor. Written by
Did You Know?
Nottingham says, 'cherchez le femme'. This phrase originated in the 1864 Alexandre Dumas novel 'The Mohicans of Paris'. The implication of the line is that whenever there is trouble, a woman is behind it; to solve any problem, look for that woman. For what it is worth, Dumas spouted this misogynistic bon mot after humiliatingly failing to attract women with his money and fame. See more