Patrick reluctantly helps his brother-in-law with whom he has an uneasy relationship, when one of his marks in an investment scam turns up dead and he claims to be innocent.



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Heather Rade (as Emily Foxler)


Wealthy San Francisco investment broker Landon Wale (45) was shot in the Sacremento company K-Ram's HQ. Patrick is criticizing the questioning technique of the detective Reece, who arrested him, holding the smoking murder weapon, having responded to a call for help from his own, dodgy brother in law Danny Ruskin. The SPD was responding to an anonymous call. Widow Concetta Wale realizes a solid golden Aphrodite statue is missing from their home safe. K-ram was a fake company, part of one of Danny's financial scams. Patrick is released in Lisbon's custody but dumps her to find and protect Danny first while the team tracks down the financial scams. Written by KGF Vissers

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30 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Jane's wife's name is revealed to be "Angela Ruskin Jane". Up to this point, she's only referred to as Jane's wife; also Jane's daughter is revealed as "Charlotte Anne Jane". See more »


The Sacramento County Fair happens annually in June. From the season premiere, we know that it's already fall. See more »


Teresa Lisbon: Detective, can you uncuff this one now please?
Detective Reece: He's still a suspect.
Teresa Lisbon: He is not gonna leave town; release him into my custody, you know he's not good for it, zero connection to the victim.
Patrick Jane: Nada, niente, zip, nought... I could go on.
Teresa Lisbon: I am reaching out to you Detective, I know this man and I know he's telling the truth about what happened.
Teresa Lisbon: [Outside] The truth, now!
Patrick Jane: Beg your pardon?
Teresa Lisbon: Talk or I will give you back to Detective Reece, seriously!
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References Cagney & Lacey (1981) See more »

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