Viktor Mendelssohn, diamond cutter to the stars, is murdered at home, the only testimony coming from neighbor Betty Fulford. Although a hallucinogen in his tea pot gives Patrick Alice in Wonderland style visions of his late, murdered daughter Charlotte, he deciphers those cryptic observations and investigates. Viktor was about to treat a rare huge, blue stone, later found in his eager, devoted assistant Julian Gallego's bag, which rival master cutter Fahad Ranjani was after. Written by
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After Jane leaves the hospital, in various shots his shirt sleeves are rolled up and his cuffs aren't visible; then a moment later in a different shot, his cuffs are visible. See more
Grace Van Pelt
Preliminary forensics report. There were no useable prints on the teapot or bowl. Well, except for Jane's prints.
Smudging finger prints. Drinking evidence. He's like a drunk uncle.