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Murmurs of the Heart 

Kovac finds himself in a tense confrontation with Curtis Ames, and Abby must act to protect her family. Meanwhile, Neela and Gates rush to get Meg to the hospital while Sam's new home is soon under threat from fire.

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Kovac finds himself in a tense confrontation with Curtis Ames, and Abby must act to protect her family. Meanwhile, Neela and Gates rush to get Meg to the hospital while Sam's new home is soon under threat from fire.

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Pastor Watkins: Isaiah knew when the spirit of God would unburden the brokenhearted. Give strength to the meek, open the prisons so the captives could go free.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: You sound like the love child of David Koresh and Al Sharpton. You realize that, right?
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Murmurs of the Heart (#13.14)
28 May 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Another great episode. One where they really manage go deep into stories and give us great performances with high emotions. The Curtis story made one feel horrible. One always felt bad for him, but in this episode when he took Luka on the ride to see what he lost, one could feel it even more for him. Forest Whitaker was amazing at it, one can see that man who lost it all and feels no hope. At least before his death he got Luka say he is sorry. And having him die was also heart breaking, but this was the best way they could wrap it up. They wouldn't be able to show us him getting his life back.

And another person who felt she lost everything also died in this episode. It was Meg, also greatly done. With Sarah at her bedside and Tony preparing her to the fact that her mother won't live anymore. Chloe Greenfield was also great, I guess she will be more regular on this show now as I am sure Tony will adopt her.


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