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Heart of Glass 

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.

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Lindsay Monroe (credit only)
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Adam Ross (as AJ Buckley)
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Kennedy Gable
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Colleen Ballard
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Russell Ballard
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Emery Gable
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Rebecca Monin
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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.

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14 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

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 »

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When we see the credit card opening the door in the flashback, VISA is spelled backwards. See more »

Quotes

Det. Jessica Angell: Did it sound like it came from the apartment across the hall?
Elliott Bevins: I assumed it didn't.
Detective Danny Messer: Why would you assume that?
Elliott Bevins: Because I know my neighbor is out of town. He's in Boston.
Detective Danny Messer: So you know D.J. Melvoy?
Elliott Bevins: No.
Det. Jessica Angell: But you just said he was in Boston.
Elliott Bevins: No, I said my neighbor is in Boston.
Detective Danny Messer: Yeah, D.J. Melvoy.
Elliott Bevins: No.
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Just In Time
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Written by Stacey K. Black
Performed by Stacey K. Black
Courtesy of Hear Me Roar Music Publishing
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Far-Fetched But Fun
19 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hate it when it's obvious who the killer is, right from the start. Usually, that's not the case but I thought it was here in one of these two crimes scenes: the one where we see a guy bash his head into a fish tank. However, what I didn't foresee was the weird twist in the story, which is very cool and one that nobody would ever see.

The other murder involves a woman stalker who is found in a man's apartment, dead in the bathtub. How she exactly died is another strange mystery. Some on the case think it was no homicide; others do. It turns to be even more impossible-to-guess than the other story!

So....you get two far-fetched answers to mysteries but at least they were kind of cool.

Meanwhile, it appears we are going to have a continuing subplot involving Stella, who gets cut with some glass at one of the murder scenes. The glass had blood from an HIV-positive guy, so Stella could have caught that. She gets tested right away.....but tells no one! Why wouldn't she tell her boss-friend "Mac" about it? I guess this is the writer's way of making a small soap opera out of it, something to draw us back. Heck, I would back anyway.


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