Jane and Maura investigate the murder of a young woman who was found beaten, raped and strangled outside a gay bar. At the scene they find a flyer from an anti-gay organization and their first thought is that they are dealing with a hate crime. The victim was married and her same-sex spouse says everything was fine between them, though the fact that she was out at a bar alone suggests she may have been cheating. The victim had a resemblance to Jane who goes undercover at the bar, with Maura working there as a waitress to collect fingerprint samples from anyone Jane might meet. Meanwhile, Jane goes with someone from her yoga class - Maura encourages her he doesn't quite meet expectations. Written by
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Maura Isles mentions a devotion to Leonhard Euler and an admiration of the mathematical constant 'e' (the base for natural logarithms). However, she mispronounces his name. She pronounces it as "yooler" (as if it rhymed with "ruler") when, in fact, it is correctly pronounced "oiler". Someone who was in awe of 'e' would surely know the correct way to say "Euler". See more
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