In the present, John investigates a Gulf War veteran with PTSD accused of murdering his therapist. In the past, he is a civil war surgeon with a similar patient. He finally meets Dr. Dillane, but finds out she is married.

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Omar (as Stephen McKinley Henderson)
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Sgt. Harold Wilcox
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Detective Santori
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Dr. Macvittie
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Dr. Lewis Prender
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James Lucas
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Robert Camp
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Donny Amadee
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Walt Whitman
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Susan Lucas
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A homeless Gulf War veteran confesses to the grisly murder of a controversial psychiatrist, but Amsterdam is skeptical. While reviewing the psychiatrist's soon-to-be published book, Amsterdam contemplates the reliability of memories and the reasons people bury them. The murder also brings Amsterdam closer to finding "the one" who he believes will unlock his heart and make him mortal. Though he's certain the sparks he feels are real, he encounters the unexpected. Written by released info

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Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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10 March 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

John Amsterdam utters Dr. Gregory House's famous line, "everybody lies", during this episode. Orlando Jones, who plays the vet with PTSD, would later go on to appear on House in 2010, during season 6, episode 12. See more »

Goofs

When Amsterdam and Marquez are questioning Dr. Prender about his wife's murder, in the shots of Dr. Prender from the front he's not wearing glasses, but in the shots from behind he is. See more »

Quotes

John Amsterdam: I've never had a coronary over a woman before.
Omar: Sometimes a coronary is just a coronary. Face it, you've been eating omelets now for nigh on four hundred years.
John Amsterdam: I have the arteries of a 35 year old.
Omar: You keep telling yourself that.
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