Nick investigates the death of popular Seattle private prep school music teacher, who was bitten to death by rats in his car. The popular crowd suggest the only feasible suspect is recently suspended outsider Roddy Geiger, a gifted violinist but son of ruffian junk yard keeper Ephram. Near the fatal car are found cages used by Roddy to keep his pet rodents. As Nick recognizes the knave as feral rat, Monroe tries to give 'fatgerly' guidance. However when his father is falsely arrested and abused in jail, the boy snaps and sets a trap for the rich kids who constantly abuse and sometimes bully him. In his anonymous feline DJ mask, he lures them to an underground rage, where his biting army is ready for the kill. Written by
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The episode's title comes from Camille Saint-Saëns piece of music by the same name. It is also played by the musicians in the story. See more
Last time I protected someone for you, it was not a pleasant experience. How is that guy, by the way, were they able to sew his arm back on?
Uhm, I don't think he's going to be beating anybody up with it again.
Written by Wolfgang Gartner
Performed by Wolfgang Gartner See more