Carrie and Al investigate the death of a public defender, only to discover that the killer has a larger plan which may lead to a second murder.

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Joe Williams
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Carrie and Al investigate the death of a public defender, only to discover that the killer has a larger plan which may lead to a second murder.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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8 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Poppy Mongomery (Carrie) and Gillian Alexy (Laura) are born in Australia See more »

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Towards the end Carrie is telling the conclusion of the story about her childhood. They show a close up of her as a child and she has light blue-Gray eyes, however adult Carrie has hazel/brown eyes. See more »

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14 Days
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Unusual Suspect Scene Rip Off Very Annoying *Spoilers*
1 November 2013 | by (Watching a Hammer Movie!) – See all my reviews

Ya, this show is just OK. I mean, it is vaguely entertaining. The premise is interesting but it really is a one trick pony type of deal. The ongoing story of the 20 murder mystery is nothing new and is not suspenseful in the least.

I guess that is why the writer and producers of this particular episode decided to rip off outright a classic scene from a classic movie in one of the lamest moves I have ever seen in a TV show.

Do they really have such a lack of ideas that they have to resort to obvious plagiarism? I am seriously unimpressed and now don't care if this show continues or not.

Also, the motives of the villain in this episode are so cliché and overused it is beyond annoying, it's just plain boring.

Ya, this show is boring. Mediocre and boring. Par for the course.


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