Laurie breaks away from custody and reluctantly goes with Maria and Michael. They end up at her grandfather's house in Tucson where her aunt and uncle show her very little love. Meanwhile, Max enlists Liz's help to investigate the blue crystal that Michael found at Laurie's burial site. Valenti grows even more suspicious of Sorenson when he attacks Valenti in a momentary fit of rage. Valenti convinces FBI Agent Duff to investigate Sorenson further and she discovers an interesting pattern in his travel.
Did You Know?
Brendan Fehr and William Sadler were both in the 1998 movie, titled the same as this episode, Disturbing Behavior. Brendan only had a brief role as a motorhead. Sadler had a bigger role as the janitor, Dorian Newberry. See more
After Ms. DeLuca confiscates and uses Liz's cell phone, Liz places it (off-screen) on the end table. When Max arrives, Liz exits the room to get her purse and as they leave the cell phone is seen on the end table. Later in the next scene, Liz makes a call and takes the cell phone from her purse. See more
Do you know what these are, Liz?
Maria's long johns. Why would Maria leave her long johns and all of her other winter gear at home if she went camping in the middle of February? Here's a theory from someone who's had several hours to muse on it. She didn't go camping. She lied to her mother, just like she lied to me the other four times she took off for days on end, each time leaving out on the open road another piece of her innocence, and my Jetta. Liz, I consider you a friend... ...
Throw The Brick
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