Megan and Tommy are investigating the murder of a patient at a psychiatric hospital. When they rule out that someone came in, it means it was someone on the inside. So they talk to the ... See full summary »

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Megan and Tommy are investigating the murder of a patient at a psychiatric hospital. When they rule out that someone came in, it means it was someone on the inside. So they talk to the other patients. Eventually one of the patients asks to talk to them privately and she claims that she was the intended target because the girl who was killed was in the room across from hers. She claims her mother committed her because she says her mother lied about what happened when her sister died. Megan tries to get the girl released but the mother and doctor taking care of her refuse. But she escapes and goes to Megan who decides to look into her sister's death. Megan tries to get her father's body exhumed but her mother refuses to help her. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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In this episode, nearly half of the cast have also appeared on "Boston Legal": Dana Delany, Jeri Ryan, Mark Valley, Craig Bierko, Jude Ciccolella, Hannah Leigh, Sharon Lawrence, and Joanna Cassidy. See more »

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Committed ***1/2 Even Dr. Hunt Can Be Wrong on Occasion
25 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unbelievable! Dr. Hunt was completely wrong in determining the killer of a 5 year old child. With all signs pointing to the mother and therapist, Dr. Hunt went along what appeared to be the obvious. As is the case in many of these mystery shows, the obvious always doesn't play out to be true.

Geri Ryan, who is fast becoming superfluous on this show, doesn't even appear in this episode.

Anyone can fall for the actions of a teenager with emotional problems. They can wrench anything out of you. By the way, where was the father in this episode? He was quite conspicuous by his absence.


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