While Timothy Lang's family demands answers about his death, Fitz and the police focus on one of the boy's teachers, Nigel Cassidy, who they feel is a latent homosexual. Fitz may have met his match, however, and too late realizes he may have made a mistake. DCI Bilborough is distressed because his wife is about to have his baby. Fitz's relationship with Jane Penhaligon moves to a new plane when she asks him to go on holiday with her. Written by
garykmcd/Peter Brandt Nielsen
Did You Know?
Do you remember those Hamlet cigar ads? I had a great one: The guy tried to gas himself, right, singularly unsuccessful because it's natural gas, right? So he decides to console himself by lighting a Hamlet cigar. He lights it up, boom the whole house blows up. Then as the dust settles the camera goes in, finds the packet, and it says, "Smoking can seriously damage your health."