Lisbon eagerly leaves Dr. Roy Carmen's therapy to answer an anonymous call leading to the corps of recently released William 'Bill' McTeer. Catching him for seven child molestation made Lisbon's reputation, then as SFPD inspector, then under Bosco. The last victim's pa Dreyer Whelan swore to kill Bill. Jane and the team find several logical suspects, but Lisbon's print in on the murder gun, so Minelli transfers the case- to Bosco. Written by
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The scene in Lisbon's apartment gives us interesting insight into the character. You see a baseball in a glove on the shelf and a red sports shirt with a 17 on it along with some trophies which could indicate that Lisbon was in a successful baseball team at college or high school. You also see a lot of post-its on the wall and a basket with knitting stuff along with a lot of books about "Leadership". The photo of her three younger brothers seems to be older, which could indicate that Lisbon doesn't see them very often anymore. See more
When Lisbon is taking the polygraph, one of the data streams on the display is her EKG. Polygraphs measure heart rate, respiration rate, and galvanic skin response (related to moisture/sweat on the skin). There are no EKG sensors, and no measurement of EKG. See more
You know for a cop, you made a very convincing lunatic. Jane must be proud.
Maybe it's not good police work. But I have to confess, I enjoyed it. Letting loose for once.
References Hell's Kitchen