Life (2007–2009)
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What They Saw 

A man is found murdered in his bed, with multiple witnesses telling different stories of who shot him.

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Charlie Crews
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Constance Griffiths
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Ted Earley
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Det. Carl Ames Ret.
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Neil Cudahy (as Rod Rowland)
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Drew Borns
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Stephanie Borns
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James White
Richard Augustine ...
Bud Smith
Beau Dremann ...
Cop #3
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Sheriff
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Tina
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Gina
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Storyline

Charlie and Dani investigate the murder of a man who was shot in his bedroom. They find a vagrant living in the woods just beyond the man's backyard but Charlie is quite sure the man had nothing to do with the murder. When the dead man's neighbor tells them something about her husband, they have a whole new line of inquiry to follow. Charlie's lawyer manages to unseal Rachel Seybolt's court records only to find that most of the information has been removed. He does obtain information that convinces him that she was in the house the night her parents and brother were killed and that she saw the murderer. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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24 October 2007 (Australia)  »

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The story for this episode centers around a gay couple, which many minor characters express their skepticism towards. Detective Reese (Sarah Shahi) is the voice of defense for the gays. Sarah portrayed a gay DJ in the series "The L Word." See more »

Quotes

Dani Reese: What's that smell?
Holt Easley: [from the back seat] That's humanity, baby.
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Seven
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Written by Will Derryberry
Performed by Will Derryberry
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