The next number the machine dispenses is for Ian Murphy, a young man who lives off his investments. Years earlier he was a struggling college student who inherited $100,000 which he now has in a diverse portfolio of investments. Reese and Shaw initially follow him on a date. While Reese decides to check out his apartment, Shaw continues her tail. What they both find leads them to believe that Murphy is the perpetrator, stalking then killing the long list of women he meets through online means and of whom he has been keeping detailed dossiers. There is at least one woman dead already, Dana Wellington, and another, Jenna Lakritz, missing. Reese devises a plan to trap Murphy using the feminine wiles of their slightly expanded team of Carter, Shaw, and Zoe Morgan. The one of the three that Murphy eventually chooses finds a story a little more complicated than they originally thought. Meanwhile, Root knows that someone will soon be coming to kill her. Using information from the machine, ... Written by
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Lakritz happens to be the German word for Licorice See more
Near the end when Root Shoots Hersh, his gun is visible on the floor. In the very next shot of the same scene, when Root leaves, the gun is not visible anymore. See more
The guy went from blue blood to hipster faster than you can say ironic facial hair.
I don't understand anything you just said.
Give Me Everything
Written by Pitbull
(as Armando Christian Perez), Ne-Yo
(as Shaffer Smith), Afrojack
(as Nick L. Van de Wall)
Performed by Pitbull
& Nayer See more