Xander Harrington is fatally stabbed in the neck at the party where he was presented by pa, media tycoon Alexander, as new chief of the newspaper Daily Observer. Missing from his desk is the list of accompanying planned lay-offs. Concerned journalist Heather Evans's bloody shoes betray she stole the folder, and admits Xander's headstrong brother Ed tipped her off. The paper was investigating Bret Stiles's cult Visualise. Bret's deputy Steven Wench leaks widow Sadie, the TV branch manager, was an adulteress fearing her prenuptial. Her secretary Elizabeth Stanfeld, a Visualize member, calls a bomb threat at the Harrington home. Jane's insight saves Lisbon and Sadie's daughter Ella. Written by
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Towards the end of the episode, when Jane and Mr. Harrington are playing a board game and talking, in the mirror on the wall behind them, you see Rigsby adjust his suit jacket. Cut to Rigsby on the couch with the little girl and his arm is hanging straight out off the arm of the couch. Cut real quick back to Jane and you can see Rigsby still adjusting his suit jacket in the mirror messing with his jacket. See more
Ellis Harrington is the owner of the 7th largest media conglomerate in the world.
And you don't want to disappoint a man who owns 200 TV Stations and a national newspaper.
Don't Kiss Me There
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