This episode starts with Jonathan, & Jennifer, on a fun bike ride that leads to a race home, & the two bursting into the kitchen where Max is preparing breakfast. Jennifer is shopping & unaware of a man watching her. She gets in the Rolls, not noticing the driver behind her is the man who watched her. He pulls up next to her at a stop light & when said light turns green he drives ahead, then pulls directly in front of the Rolls, & stops. Jennifer hits his car. The man goes to a hospital where he dies, & Jennifer is sued for 2 million. There are other characters in the episode that conduct illegal acts, & involve innocent characters without immediate awareness. Jennifer has strong feelings over the accident & death. Jonathan does some investigating that leads to information he shares with Jennifer. Max gets personally involved, & unbeknownst to him puts himself in the path of being the next to die. All the elements that make the show great are here, along with a personal connection. I strongly disagree with 1 other review & feel it's opinion is more related to legal issues & highly strays from an actual episode review.