When a car careens out of control over an embankment, killing a middle-aged man in the driver's seat, Megan learns that all is not well on a pretty suburban cul-de-sac. Looking past the ... See full summary »

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Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
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Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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When a car careens out of control over an embankment, killing a middle-aged man in the driver's seat, Megan learns that all is not well on a pretty suburban cul-de-sac. Looking past the perfect picket fences, she and her team are startled by the lives spinning out of control and the ever-changing suspect roster. Written by ABC Publicity

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Trivia

Dana Delany as Megan Hunt makes two references to her role in Desperate Housewives (2004) in which she played Katherine Mayfair. The first is early in this episode when she tells Peter that she used to live in a cul-de-sac just like this. Near the end she tells Ethan Gross that he couldn't handle a Desperate Housewife. Furthermore in the trivia section of Desperate Housewives it reads: "According to Marc Cherry, the ABC chairman asked him to write Katherine out of the show so Dana Delany could lead Body of Proof (2011)". See more »

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Detective Bud Morris: [Holding up a pair of fur lined handcuffs] I just love it when suspects provide their own handcuffs, don't you?
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Swing You Sinners ***
21 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We know we're in for full blast when at the very beginning of the show, Megan's boss walks out of her ex-husband's home.

When a car accident proves otherwise, Megan sets out to discover what is going on. Wow! In an affluent neighborhood, the young couples are having a swinging time but swapping partners. All right, it's 2011 and the morality there is lower than ever.

As in previous shows, we start going around to find suspects. Believe it or not, I found the ending to be a cop out. Toxic wastes and murder have not always been my cup of tea, but the preparation of methadone and the resulting murder is a little too much to put with.


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