A military ambulance carrying the charcoaled body of USMC lance corporal William Danforth Jr., a Marine who allegedly died in a car accident trying to avoid a deer, explodes. It's a cleverly staged non-accident, designed to let the medics survive, and cover up the body was not Danford's. Corporal Kenneth Merrill, his best friend since childhood, lies about a fight the previous evening, but dad Dandord is his alibi. Yet forensics come up with surprises. Written by
Did You Know?
Corporal Merrill mentions eating out at a restaurant named The Gold Monkey. Tales of the Gold Monkey
was a short lived TV series produced by Donald Bellisario and Belisarius Productions. See more
The oxygen tanks in the back of the ambulance are labeled 'Flammable Gas'. Oxygen is not flammable. Oxygen will accelerate a fire, but doesn't burn in and of itself. See more
[after Gibbs sits down in the Director's chair, right after catching her in his chair questioning his team
Dramatic. But duly noted, Agent Gibbs. I get it.
References Singin' in the Rain
Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
Courtesy of Addax Music Company See more