Dr. Langston confronts Nate Haskell one more time during his murder trial. Meanwhile, Nick faces an old teenage nemesis, Jason McCann, who is seeking revenge for his brother's death.



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Kip Woodman
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Nick isn't killed by a booby trap because of a call he gets from Jason McCann, whose beloved big brother he got convicted for murder. However the knave was watching and his cult leader is murdered, but that crime site proves a minefield even bomb squad expert Kip Woodman finds impossible to defuse safely. Army-trained accomplice Timothy Johnson enters the field. Serial killer Nate Haskell is finally on trial and fires his appointed attorney to plead his own defense, a controversial genetic defect, ignoring Langston has the same mutation. Written by KGF Vissers

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17 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Nutty Nate & The Teen Idol
17 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dr. Langston" has to deal with the insane killer "Nate Haskell" once again when the latter is on trial.

Bill Irwin does a great job of playing the highly intelligent-but-nuts "Haskell." He is riveting in all his scenes.

Meanwhile, teen idol Justin Bieber ("Jason McCann") is back playing a kid seeking revenge on the death of his older brother (see episode one of this season's series.) Nick, primarily, deals with him. Bieber actually does decent job of acting in here, although his wholesome looks just don't go with his character in this story.

Between the two stories, the episode as a whole is an interesting one.

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