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Ilene Clark
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Kent Clark
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D.A. Jill Ottinger
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Lightman is hired to investigate three high school students responsible for a fatal traffic accident, which takes a turn for the better when he finds the heroic paramedic who was first on the scene. Written by Fox Publicity

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Ilene says the jars of broken glass are from windshields. Windshields are made from laminated glass, two layers of glass with a sheet of very tough plastic inside. This is what keeps the glass together when the windshield is broken. The side windows are made from tempered glass which breaks into "diamonds" instead of the long sharp shards typical in house windows. See more »

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Emily Lightman: Are you trying to be annoying, or does it just come naturally?
Dr. Cal Lightman: It comes naturally.
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Brand New Day
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A Flawed Masterpiece
29 August 2011 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

The series was reaching its end when this offering was made (although the writers/cast may not have KNOWN that).

As usual, our twitchy hero acts everyone off the screen - but is let down by a major faux pas from the writers.

The plot involves a twist on the Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy which beggars belief, but is at least an ORIGINAL IDEA, which you will NOT see coming, I promise.

However, the writers failed to do their research. The devices the emergency services have, which trigger traffic signals to go green in front of them, only over-ride max times and computer instructions.

They DO NOT and CAN NOT over-ride the signals' basic safety protocols.

If, as shown in this episode, they caused green conflicts (greens in both directions) or even instant changes (no ambers or intergreens) the EMERGENCY vehicles would leave a series of COLLISIONS in their wake.

As you may have gathered, I am a retired traffic systems engineer.

However, that said, this episode is possibly the most exciting and unusual of the series. So WATCH it - but do not worry the next time you are driving.

If someone T-bones you at a signal-controlled crossing - they will merely be DRUNK.


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