Mary helps her latest witness, a homeless man who's struggling with the program, find his birth parents. But the search could cause more problems than she anticipated. Elsewhere, Scott asks to borrow more money, raising a red flag for Brandi. Written by
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When Walter first talks about trying to find his birth-mother they talk about his being born in California and so it was a closed adoption, but Walter says that with his research at the library he was able to find his "original" birth certificate. If it was a "closed adoption" the original birth certificate would be sealed with the other original files by the courts and therefore unavailable except under court order, i.e. the "closed" part of the adoption. See more
Do you realize the statistical odds of a birth mother getting married to the birth father thirty-two years after the fact?
If I lied and said yes, would you stop talking?
References The Bourne Identity