Two puzzling murders share a surprising link that could be the key to finding the perpetrators. Meanwhile, Jane and Casey come to a crossroad and Maura assumes caretaker for Patrick Doyle, Sr. who is being released from prison.
Did You Know?
Maura tells Jane that the drowning victim had a 0.01 blood alcohol level, as well as a high level of "cannibis." Jane reacts as if the combination of the two made it easy for the victim to be held underwater. However, a BAC of 0.01 is extremely low - the legal limit in Massachusetts is 0.08. The writers probably meant to have Maura say that the BAC was 0.10, which would be considered quite high and legally drunk. See more
References Strangers on a Train
Written by Richard Wolf
and Mike Constantini See more