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To the Boy in the Blue Knit Cap 

While Goren and Eames discover that the deaths of twin brothers is connected to a bitter feud over the ownership of a popular website, Goren's mandated therapy comes to an end.

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While Goren and Eames discover that the deaths of twin brothers is connected to a bitter feud over the ownership of a popular website, Goren's mandated therapy comes to an end.

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Alexandra Eames: True love. We all want to believe.
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Bittersweet - Review Contains Spoilers
24 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

There's a lot going on in this episode. Obviously, it's the last episode in this series. And while it's not the best concluding episode ever. It's better than most. Better because it gives us something we want to see. That "Bobby" will find peace in his life. There is a complicated storyline that is the bulk of the episode. It's a pretty good story. It involves a internet threat of intellectual property storyline, that ends in murder. There are a number of people who could be responsible. And Goren and Eams wrap the case in a satisfying manner. Going in you know this is the last episode. I for one spent the bulk of episode trying to figure out how the story was going to be involved in the closing of the series. It turns out, it's not. But, I think most people will be happy with the conclusion. Bobby's future is not spelled out in an awkward way. But, it does allow us to come to an obvious conclusion about what may happen. I was happy with it.


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