With only six gunshots three persons have been killed in the subway.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Arthur Lazar
Artie Lazar
Alberto Fuentes
Philip Davenport


Lindsay is assigned a case in which three people were gunned down on a BART train. With pressure from the mayor's office to make an arrest to quell rising fear from the public about riding the subway, the team tries to figure out which victim was the main target and which just happened to be at the wrong place. Finding the murder weapon goes a long way towards this goal. Meanwhile Lindsay meets Tom's new girlfriend Heather, unexpectedly; and Jill and Luke's relationship heats up. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






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19 October 2007 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Lindsay Boxer: [to witness she's trying to get to talk] I will not call ATF on you, I promise.
Lindsay Boxer: [later after they got their information]
[in disbelief]
Lindsay Boxer: You're going to call ATF on that guy?
Warren Jacobi: Well you can't; you promised.
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Written by Bob Mair, Joel Wachbirt and Francisco Garcia
Performed by Paco
Courtesy of Black Toast Records
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James Patterson returns
20 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am a big fan of Kathy Reichs. I was anxiously awaiting her books coming to TV in "Bones." Unfortunately, it was on Fox, and they dumbed her down considerably and gave her some WB-type partner. I watch occasionally, but only when there is nothing else on.

Not so with Women's Murder Club. This show, after two episodes, features characters that look and act as if they are taken directly from James Patterson's books.

I am really glad to see Angie Harmon back. I miss Abbie from "Law and Order." She is great as Inspector Boxer. While I liked Pam Grier in 1st to Die, I can live with Paula Newsome as Dr. Washburn. Laura Harris makes a great Jill, and Aubrey Dollar is a great Cindy.

I really like the casting of Tyrees Allen as Jacobi.

Like 1st to Die, watching this show is like reading Patterson's books. A real pleasure.

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