While Dr. Al Robbins is on duty, handsome genealogist Dan Traxler's naked corpse is found in his bed. Doc vehemently refuses to consider his wife Judy may have committed adultery, and indeed the evidence proves no sex between them, but with a blood relative. Dan's business partner helps Greg trace his Norwegian roots, all D.B.'s team work out Traxler's bloodline, a matter of dark but relevant family secrets. Written by
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The police car in front of Dr. Robbins's house in the opening scene is numbered "54", a possible nod to classic TV show "Car 54, Where Are You?". See more
Hodges reports to Sanders that the cat litter 'contained urine with alprazolam', then they engage in a discussion about why a cat would be given the antidepressant alprazolam. Alprazolam is a benzodiazepine anxiolytic used for anxiety, sleep or panic disorder, not classified as an antidepressant in any field of medicine or science. It is a central nervous system depressant. See more
Written by Marvin Gaye
, Odell Brown
, David Ritz
Performed by Marvin Gaye See more