Detectives Crews and Reese investigate the murder of Anna Silvers, who was killed on her wedding night in her hotel room. They arrest her husband who is found by the pool, drunk and covered in blood. Their lieutenant tells them to find the evidence to convict him but Crews isn't convinced they have the right man in custody. Photos taken at the wedding provide the clue needed to solve the case. Crews continues to investigate his own false conviction and the policeman in charge of that case, Carl Ames, now retired, is convinced that he was the killer regardless of what any DNA evidence might now say. Crews visits the scene of the crime and realizes that a key piece of information was left out of - or removed from - the police report.
Did You Know?
In the beginning when the detectives confront the bloodied husband, the suspect then attacks Detective Crews and they fall into the pool. His partner takes the taser from a uniformed officer, inserts the prongs into the pool and "zaps" the pool effectively tasing the suspect and her partner. The problem is that both were under water. Electrical currents don't run through water, only over the surface. So nobody would have been tased and the fight would have continued until they tired or drowned. See more
At the end of the episode when firing his revolver, the gun audibly fires several times but there is no revolving of the cylinder in the image. See more
Why can't you talk like a normal person.
When exactly was the last time you met a "normal" person?
Written by Allen Collins
and Ronnie Van Zant
Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd See more