When a caretaker reports her 63-year-old cancer patient missing, Detectives Ayanna Corbin and Mike Cochran learn the woman has left behind a 15-year-old son. Detectives sift through false ... See full summary »
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When a caretaker reports her 63-year-old cancer patient missing, Detectives Ayanna Corbin and Mike Cochran learn the woman has left behind a 15-year-old son. Detectives sift through false sightings, deceitful witnesses and a missing mattress to solve a mystery in which nothing is as it seemed to be. Written by Anonymous

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9 June 2011 (USA)  »

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Detective Ayanna Corbin: Now, I guess we gotta go t' talk to Kathy again.
[Looks straight into the camera in her car]
Detective Ayanna Corbin: F**k, I'm never gonna eat or pee.
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Still firing on all cylinders
14 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Another excellent episode with a new team of detectives in a different district of Chicago. Like episode 1, these detectives act with diligence and compassion.

At times, I grew frustrated with Detective Corbin, wanting to scream at her, "Why are you wasting time and effort working on the assumption that the subject, Sarah, is still alive?#@! It's obvious that she was killed by her caretaker. Geez, spray Sarah's bedroom with Luminol, at least." Still, Corbin plodded along methodically.

Favorite moments: From Kathy Hicks' first suspicious answer, Detective Cochran has a look on his face like "Say what?". It's hilarious. Detective Corbin consistently responds to such answers by shooting a glance at Cochran.

I can't think of anything necessary to improve this episode.


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