In this first part of a two-part episode, a girl and two boys go missing from a school trip. Logan and Barek team up with Goren and Eames to find them. The trail leads the detectives to a sexual predator who likes to brag about his exploits in his Internet blog, and who turns out to be rather well-connected.
Did You Know?
When Judge Garret finds out his son made a plea bargain with the DA's office he shouts to him "You traitor, you Iago! Iago!". He is referring to a character in William Shakespeare's play "Othello". The two main characters in the play are Othello and Iago, at first Othello and Iago are friends, they are both soldiers who have fought along side each other for many years. Othello is Iago's captain and Iago hopes to get a promotion and become Othello's lieutenant and second in command. However Othello believes Iago's talents would be better served by remaining a solider since he is a skilled warrior. Iago becomes jealous and resents being passed over for promotion by his friend and devises a scheme to make Othello believe his wife is having an affair with the man Othello picked for the promotion Iago wanted. So Iago allows jealously to turn him into a liar and a traitor. See more
At 1 hour 37 minutes into Part 1 on TV, just after Judge Garrett ( Colm Meaney) first shows up to represent his son, ADA Carver tells the detectives to relax because they are about to enter, "into the eye of the hurricane," implying that things are going to become difficult. The eye of a hurricane is actually the calmest part of a hurricane. See more
Four detectives on a Mickey Mouse gambling charge and he doesn't say boo?
Judge Garrett knows better than to let on what he's thinking. Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves. We're flying into the eye of the hurricane.