Megan and Tommy are investigating the death of a convicted murderer who was recently released because of a technicality. So they first check out the husband of the woman he killed. But he ... See full summary »

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Megan and Tommy are investigating the death of a convicted murderer who was recently released because of a technicality. So they first check out the husband of the woman he killed. But he has an alibi. Tommy's uncertain if it's important to find out who killed him. But Mrgan reminds him they have to be objective. Later another murderer, who was also released because of a technicality, was also killed. They talk to the wife of the victim and she too has an alibi. They later learn that both the husband and wife go to the same therapist. They think that they conspired to kill the person they want dead but when that doesn't pan out. They realize that they should look at the therapist. And when Megan's mom plans to sell her house, she has Megan come over to get anything she wants and it's while going through the things she learns a secret her mother kept from her. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Megan Hunt: [Enters autopsy] Move! Please
Tommy Sullivan: What's with you?
Megan Hunt: Nothing
Tommy Sullivan: That's a whole lot of something
Megan Hunt: If you must know, my mother is selling the house
Tommy Sullivan: What house? Oh, "the house" house
Megan Hunt: Hm-hmm
Tommy Sullivan: I remember that place, well, some of it, shower, kitchen counter, mudroom
Ethan Gross: [Just entered] Ugh! I'm gonna do my best to un-remember that
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3.7 is ***
21 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An eye for an eye principle is adequately explained here. When two people, who played roles in the deaths of others, are killed themselves, it first appears that it's a Strangers on the Train-like situation. That was the 1950 Alfred Hitchcock thriller where a man tried to get someone to kill someone so that he in return would do the same for him. When that suspicion was eliminated, I immediately thought of the therapist. Obviously, he was the doctor for both of the suspects.

Of course, you had to look into his psyche to discover why he would do something as dastardly as this. Naturally, he had a history as well, which would account for his actions.

Nice to see our Jeri Ryan running for political office. With her vague generalities, she just might get elected. Wendell Middlebrooks continues to have practically nothing to do in these episodes. Why? Even, Ethan was dormant in this one as well.

Anyone see that Megan's mother looks her daughter's age or even younger? What's with the make-up artist? Was Megan's father's death really a suicide?


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