The team reopens the 1998 homicide of a 15-year-old high school girl, with a reputation for being promiscuous, after a piece of her clothing is found.

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Carrie Swett '98
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Tina Quinn '98
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Nathan O'Donnell
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The team reopens the 1998 homicide of a 15-year-old high school girl, with a reputation for being promiscuous, after a piece of her clothing is found.

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30 September 2007 (USA)  »

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The title "That Woman" comes from then-U.S. President Bill Clinton saying "I did not have sex with that woman, Miss Lewinsky." Footage of this is seen when Carrie's box is first put on the shelf, and is later referenced by Tina in a club meeting. See more »

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The police originally investigating the case should have solved it the first time, as the only piece of new evidence the team had did not lead anywhere significant. See more »

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Sex and Candy
Performed by Marcy Playground
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That Woman
20 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I honestly did not feel the episode tarred all conservative Christians with one brush; the plot line clearly concerned this particular group of people. Nor did the episode you mentioned about the Amish libel people because of their religion. One has to accept that regardless of what group one belongs to -- I, for example, am both Jewish and gay -- that not every member of that group is perfect, morally or otherwise. I am not Jewish in the manner of David Berkowitz nor gay in the manner of Jeffrey Dahmer. I think that you, as a conservative Christian, are being oversensitive. You cannot deny that there are members of your group who are motivated by hate and judgment rather than love and compassion; it is people such as that which the episode depicted.


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