Convicted sociopath Henry Dahl is shot ten times trough the head in his San Francisco motel room shortly after his release on account of faulty DNA evidence. Patrick is openly uninterested, while the attorney general's office is in PR panic. TV host Karen Cross, once the top prosecutor whose high-profile convictions included Henry, films Jane sleeping, but her company paid Dahl's motel as scheduled guest, now replaced by his victim Jenny's widower Max Winter, who claims to have reached reconciliation years ago, to devote himself to fine son Jackson. Wayne must watch Grace date dashing FBI agent Craig O'Laughlin, which makes him cockily competitive. Henry's art study and cocaine dealing mate Arty Mock is found hiding in his halfway-house. Henry had an admirer, Sean Meyers's wife Betsy. Patrick accepts Cross's live TV dare, but has to revise his conclusion.
Did You Know?
For this episode when Lisbon and Jane go to Karen Cross' talk show set, the production shot on the Ellen DeGeneres
stages at the Warner Brothers lot. See more
No one can issue a "summons" to mandate an appearance on a television series. Summons are only issued for civil and criminal proceedings. See more
Was it worth it?
Was what worth it?
The man that killed your wife no longer exists. The time you took pursuing him, the pain, the sacrifice. Was it worth it?
Yes, it was.
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