While Mac recuperates at home after being injured, he witnesses a mysterious briefcase exchange that leads to a murder, and unexpectedly brings him in contact with his former girlfriend, Peyton Driscoll. Written by
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Peyton is a very upper class English woman, but at one point she says "I'm going to the pharmacy" yet the word commonly used in the UK is chemist, even though she might have spent time in New York. See more
When Mac looks up Peyton's phone number and tries to call her, he receives an automated message that the number is no longer in service. The recording, however, sounds like those typically used in the United States. Since Peyton's phone number is British, a British recording should have been employed, with different tones and a voice with an English accent. See more
Detective Lindsay Monroe
Did you just use "take a leak" and "altercation" in the same sentence?
[Flack nods, smirking
References Rear Window