A woman is found dead in a bathtub and a bullet is found, but she has no entry or exit wounds. And Stella possibly gets infected with HIV-positive blood while investigating a second murder scene.
Did You Know?
Danny: "Whoa, who's on first here, huh?" As Danny and Detective Angell are inquiring a neighbor about the tenant of the apartment where the woman died, there's a confusion about that person's identity. Each answer the neighbor gives gets the detectives more confused, until Danny alludes to "Who's on first?", a comedy routine around baseball players with double-meaning names that was made famous by Abbott and Costello, Bud Abbott
and 'Lou Costello', and has been mentioned in a number of shows and movies. See more
Det. Taylor holds up the victim's credit card and refers to it as a 'universal key'. He previously held up the card to the lock and it is clearly a dead bolt. The entire purpose of a dead bolt is to prevent 'shimming' opening in this manner. The only way the victim could have entered with a credit cards is if the door was unlocked to begin with. See more
Detective Don Flack
I thought this was your night off.
Detective Mac Taylor
[referring to Peyton at another crime scene
My dinner date dumped me for a dead body.
Just In Time
Written by Stacey K. Black
Performed by Stacey K. Black
Courtesy of Hear Me Roar Music Publishing See more