Day after day, the overworked team, which also has to cope with bereavement and work in new forensic colleague Riley Adams, is confronted with another bizarre death in a public place. It becomes clear that all victims, who have very little in common, must have been murdered in a gas-chamber, moved and staged like macabre artwork. Indeed a critic proves key to the case. Written by
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In the scene at Skagg's studio, he's working on a painting of a dead man lying in a red convertible with his arm trailing along the edge of the door. The pose Jerzy's model is in is a homage to 'The Death of Marat', a 1793 painting by Jacques-Louis David. Jean-Paul Marat was a political figure in the French Revolution before his assassination in 1793. Art imitating life imitating Art. See more
When Brass holds out the photos of the two dead guys towards Jeffrey Tambor Jeffrey Tambor when they're at the craft services table at Tambor's art studio, Brass has the photos in his hand with his arm outstretched but his arm changes positions in between shots to where the picture is closer to his body. See more
[arriving at a crime scene where the body is propped up in an upright position
She forget to fall down?