A woman is found in the river. They discover she bled out but there's no blood where they found her. They learn that she was poisoned. They learn she's a pharmaceutical rep. They learn that... See full summary »




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
Molly Anderson
Chris Quinn
Dr. David Cryer
Ben Allen


A woman is found in the river. They discover she bled out but there's no blood where they found her. They learn that she was poisoned. They learn she's a pharmaceutical rep. They learn that she was having an affair with a married doctor. He tells them she died while they were together. He was afraid so he threw her body in the river and cleaned up where they were. When he tells them how she died helps them to find out what happened to her. And Megan is making a room for her daughter but is not asking her what she wants. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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15 November 2011 (USA)  »

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When Peter speaks on the phone with a fake Australian accent, it is in fact much closer to the real speaking voice of Australian actor Nic Bishop than the American accent that he uses for the character. See more »


After they find the room in the house where Amy lost all her blood they smell bleach, which indicates that someone cleaned the room. They use Luminol to find the blood stains on the floor and walls. But if someone uses bleach to clean up blood, you would see smears from where they cleaned as Luminol reacts with bleach as well. But the Luminol shows no such smears, just the original blood stains. This would indicate that no cleaning was done. See more »


Dani Alvarez: Maybe she's a vampire
Ethan Gross: Yeah, but see, vampires have blood in their veins
Dani Alvarez: Not if another vampire sucks it out of them
Ethan Gross: You're perfect!
Dani Alvarez: What?
Ethan Gross: What? Eh, either way, you know, vampires can't drown, so...
Curtis Brumfield: What is this? A "twilight" convention?
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References Twilight (2008) See more »


Performed by Blood Orange
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The Snake Did It ***
13 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Enough already with Megan's constant battling with her mother, the judge. We already have well established what that woman is like.

Well, Megan's ex- is finally ending his affair with her current boss. What it took to get to this part.

As for the central story here, any time an asp is involved in a killing, the situation becomes awkward at best. A story with the kind of dimensions presented here needed a better ending. A jilted ex-boyfriend putting a snake in the victim's bag? Come on now, one would know what to expect to happen. How can you call this a mere tragic prank?

What's with Office Baker? She is so hostile when she questions a suspect. It is as if she gets her claws in you.

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