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Donnie or Marie 

Election day has arrived and the detectives have traced the City Hall key card to someone in councilor Richmond's office. Realizing they are about to be arrested, they make a deal with ... See full summary »

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Election day has arrived and the detectives have traced the City Hall key card to someone in councilor Richmond's office. Realizing they are about to be arrested, they make a deal with Mayor Adams: they will keep quiet about the doctored photo that led to Richmond's arrest if he will call off the police and let them finish their investigation. They soon have it down to two suspects, whom they've dubbed Donnie and Marie. Security camera recordings seem to give them the culprit. Meanwhile, Mitch is back home but having trouble re-adjusting to the environment. She learns about the house Stan bought just before their daughter's death. He sees the house the house as a new beginning; she sees moving from their current house as abandoning Rosie. Written by garykmcd

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10 June 2012 (USA)  »

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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Can We Trust a Single Soul
22 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Richmond campaign is now in a dead heat. His suicide announcement has made him more human plus moving away from suspicions of Rosie's death. Now the bulldogs are Sarah and Stephen as they wend their way through the Mayor's office and finagle favors because they threaten the release of evidence. Stan comes home and Mitch is there. She is embraced by one son but the older one won't talk to her. The conflict continues. Remember that Stan was buying a house. He suggests that they move there, but she sees it as a betrayal of Rosie. She would rather bathe herself in pity. The detectives are finally able to see the security tapes of the elevator on the night Rosie lost her life. They make an amazing discovery.


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