Stark believes as soon as recently released schizophrenic Hannah Morton's naked corps is found, slashed and murdered his way, no forensic leads, it is the work of his daughter Julie's stalker, Wayne Callison, who is signing his book 'The Hunted Man' on how he beat Sebastian in court. Julie is tickled pink to be invited by her former headmaster to a prestigious summer school in Manhattan, near her ma, but pa has doubts as it leads to Porter Prep school there. Jessica Devlin leaves the L.A. prosecution office after fifteen years now Cutler defeated her. The forensic resemblance of Hannah's cuts with previous victims is inadmissible, but when Dan Tompko witnesses he saw a man in a car there, both fitting Wayne, Stark charges him; his publisher posts the fat bail. Sebastian has the team examine every possible detail of Wayne's past to sketch a killer's portrait to the jury. When Casey and Isaac find Hannah's fellow patient Jeffrey Wharton has a violent past and was obsessed with her, ... Written by
In this episode, the case against Wayne Callison hinges on the victim having the same ritualistic cuts on her inner thigh as the victims in the previous episode "Wayne's World". While the victims in that episode were cut during their torture, they did not have the inner thigh cuts. This is the first time they are seen. See more »
Talk to the victim's family; see if she had a link to Callison. Then tell Isaac to find someone, anyone who could have seen what happened here last night. Get me a search warrant to Chez Psycho.
Callison's house? What are we going to use for probable cause?
The fact that he's a serial killer would come in handy, don't you think?
Callison's acquittal put those five murders out of bounds.
You listen to me: You need probable cause, you manufacture it. We had this guy by the throat. We let him go. ...
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The whole first season is absolutely and deeply touching. I've never watched such TV series. "Shark" is easy watching and daily drama at same. It describes the life of a hardworking man and a good father. Sebastian Stark is the SHARK at work, he is the best in the team, he is the guy with the ideas, he is the one with the ironic dictionary. But maybe one of the best thing in the whole movie are those father-daughter moments. He may be "Shark" at work, but at home he is the victim of his daughter, which is the "shark" that he really never can stop. Sometimes he is tough with her, but i like mostly the moments when Jules "stoned" him. And this James Woods Face is so... Looking at the same point and understanding that in this little kid lives a wise girl or better told woman.
The last episode is so to say the best when we talk about script. At the end man can really understand why its named "Shark". At first when you think that Wayne's gonna go free for second time i thought wow now thats a "shark" so to say a predator, which can't be stopped. Then after Jessica pushed him to the limits i thought that she is better than everybody in this building , also better than Stark, so that makes her bigger "Shark". But After watching the end dialogue between Sebastian and Wayne... no. The "SHARK" is only one and this is Sebastian Stark. The whole plan, the whole story ending, no way. And the ending scene with his daughter...I think that it also take an important part in the episode and in the whole season. After the win over Wayne, Sebastian sitting outside with Jules and understanding that his best win ever is going to leave. Now this is real movie
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