Patrick agrees to be the accused in a doctored grand jury procedure to determine if his deal not to be tried for murder in exchange for consulting with he FBI must be rescinded, to trap presumably corrupted jurors who let off a mob baron. The team is only informed after testimonies as hostile witnesses, which infuriates Lisbon, who still hasn't decided whether to follow agent Marcus Pike when he's promoted to Washington. Patrick realizes the real felon is none other then the haughty female prosecutor and provokes the mobster. Meanwhile Cho's crime scene investigation and Wylie's eye for what doesn't fit enable Jane to set a trap for the accomplices of the white slavers, who turn out to have a macabre 'medical' side business.
Did You Know?
The title "il tavolo Bianco" In Italian translates to "The White Table" in English. See more
When Fisher arrives to talk to the victim's mother, the headlights on her SUV are off. After she is seen walking up to the door, the headlights are on. See more
Do you recall the day of McAllister's death?
I do - big day. I had been chasing the man for eight years. Any of you know what it's like to be driven by a moral imperative?
[to various members of the jury
You do. And you. And you do. You all have strong jaw muscles.It's a sign of strength and character.
[to an older juror
You - I'm not so sure. Your eyes are a tad close to each other.