During a performance of the world famous circus-act "Cirque du Soleil" the young investor Robert O'Brien's body is found dead on stage, apparently having shot himself. The gun belonged to co-investor Joe Hirschoff, who inherits his Eclipse shares and was deep in debt; however a rare muscular disease can explain O'Brien's finger position. In the Las Vegas club Ka, the young Celia Noel's body is found on stage; security cameras noticed her slip in back-stage with Arnie Clifton. Brass receives a high-profile honor, but puts the plaque away considering he committed an unforgivable rookie's error. The next morning Catherine wakes up naked in a bedroom, neither hurt nor robbed, but takes the evidence in rape-cases from herself. Written by
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For Season Seven, the Cirque d'Soleil was given special thanks in the closing credits for this episode arc. See more
In the miniature version of the crime scene, the mayo is shown to be Hellman's on the label, which is not available west of the Rockies, unless he had it shipped in, it is Best Foods west of the Rockies. The label of the mayo jar is not one of either brand however. See more