----- MAJOR SPOILER WARNING ----- This episode did not rely on my pet peeve with the series where the case is closed when the perp, after going years or decades covering their crime, confesses under questioning of the detectives and no lawyer in sight. At least in this episode there was actual forensic evidence.
But it is a real stretch to believe someone could switch identities after two people are killed in an explosion. The deaths were investigated by the PDP in 1981 not Sheriff Bart in Blazing Saddles. They didn't have dna evidence back then but they would have other ways to try to identify the bodies. And even if the police didn't discover the change, weren't there people that knew Sarah and Johanna? With all that said, I enjoyed the episode and especially the Dylan songs. I wondered if they would use Like A Rolling Stone since it is not a three minute pop song and I knew the ending would not last 7 minutes. So after complimenting them for using the entire My Back Pages from The Byrds they cut off LARS after about three minutes. Oh well! Still a great series.
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