While Goren begins seeing a therapist, he and Eames investigate the death of a bank executive who was in charge the Catholic Church in New York's funds that go to abuse victims.
Did You Know?
The riddle that Goren mentions in the psychiatrist's office is solved by asking either guard which door the other guard would tell you to enter, and then doing the opposite. The one who always tells the truth will tell you that the one who always lies would tell you to enter the door to hell, since that would be his lie. The one who always lies would falsely tell you the one who tells the truth would point you towards the same door, meaning you shouldn't believe him and should pick the opposite door. See more
Detective Goren tells the M.E. that the olive oil and balsam found on the victim are the components of "myrrh", but they are actually the components of "chrism", which is used for anointing during certain rites in the Catholic Church. See more
With that suicide note, no D.A. in his right mind would file.
Joe, don't be a moron. We have legit suspects.
You give us the room a minute?
Bobby, I appreciate you coming back. I really do. But this doesn't work. I know what you do. And you know what I do. I've got your back, and you respect my face and don't get in it.
References Bell Book and Candle