During Cho and Van Pelt's drug joint stake-out, a mildly shot-wounded girl missing a shoe and her memory stumbles onto them. Her tracks trace to a barn with the bloody corpses of hikers couple Michel and Janine Langham, shot up close, presumably accidental witnesses, and tween Shoshone Indian Leonard Railton from Storm River Reservation, an ex-con, shot from far like Jane Doe. He was in the same marijuana growing gang as park ranger Tisdale and his baby suffered from poisoning. Rigsby and van pelt are ordered to decide whether to split up our volunteer one of them to be reassigned. Written by
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The episode's name "Aingavite Baa" means "Red Water" in Shoshoni. See more
[to Rigsby, Van Pelt & Lisbon
You work together, you develop feelings. Nothing wrong with that. But you know very well it's against CBI rules, and like I tell my kids: rules are rules. If you want to stay together that's your choice, but one of you has to transfer out of the unit. If you both want to stay in the unit, then you can't be together. That's what it is. Give me your decision by tomorrow at the latest... Questions?
Grace Van Pelt