Jane and Maura investigate the death of a young man, Graham Randall, who was killed in a prison washroom where he had gone to change after posting his bail. He was stabbed to death but while examining the body in the infirmary sees serial killer Charles Hoyt who is there for cancer treatment. He tells her a tale about a murder that occurred in 2005. Jane finds a cold case - a family of four that vanished into thin air - that could be what Hoyt was talking about. Maura's autopsy of Randall reveals something quite peculiar - teeth in his stomach that belong to the victims from 2005. Meanwhile Maura is fretting over what to buy Jane for her birthday and Frankie writes his detectives exam. Written by
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When Jane first talks to Charles Hoyt, on his bedside table is a book by Tess Geritsen, the author whose book series inspired this show. See more
Detective Sargent Korsak identifies the vehicle pulled from the lake as a 1996 Mercury wagon. It's actually a 2nd-generation 1992-1995 Mercury Sable wagon. Ford/Lincoln/Mercury completely redesigned the Taurus/Sable line for 1996. The 3rd-gen 1996-1999 Sable has no illuminated grille area, rounded headlamps, and significantly rounded hood and C- and D-pillar profiles, while the 2nd-gen model has lights spanning the full width of the nose, including the grille area, and straighter body lines. See more
Detective Jane Rizzoli
[angry at Warden Price
He called me hysterical.
Detective Barry Frost
I'm surprised his balls aren't in his throat.