The detectives investigate the apparent murder of a Zen master when his remains are found during excavation at a construction site. He has obviously been there for quite some time and they focus on the man's former acquaintances who all seem to have something to hide. Charlie is advised that Internal Affairs and the DA no longer consider him the prime suspect in the murder of Carl Ames and are now looking elsewhere for a suspect. With inside help, Crews gets a copy of Jack Reese's service record and from it now knows the identity of the man who killed the Seybolt family. Written by
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(at around 39 mins) When the female computer tech shoves the envelope against Charlie's chest in the elevator, the flap is inward. When the elevator doors open it is outward, and when they close and the camera shows inside the elevator again, the flap is inward again. See more
I'm not here. You like that, don't you?
If only that were true.
Written by Mick Jagger
and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones See more