Crews and Reese investigate the apparent murder of Dr. Auerbach, a cancer researcher who is found frozen solid in his laboratory. The immediate focus of their investigation is Betsy, the head of an animal rights group who sent threatening letters to the man. Their suspicion grows when they learn she may have had another reason for wanting the man dead. In the ongoing investigation into his own false conviction, Charlie has Rachel Seybolt safely tucked away in a hospital but she refuses to speak. Dani also accuses her father of sending an innocent man to prison. Charlie agrees to act as a reference for Ted who is line for a teaching position.
Did You Know?
In the opening scene they find Dr. Auerbach "frozen solid" and we are told it is due to his breathing liquid nitrogen. If the Dr. had inhaled liquid nitrogen it would have immediately frozen his lungs, therefore preventing it from traveling throughout his body in order to freeze the rest of it, not to mention that if it had begun to enter his blood stream via the lungs it would have frozen the blood and traveled no further. However if someone had submersed him in liquid nitrogen it would have had the general effect shown; but he would have quickly begun to thaw had he not been maintained in a below 32 degrees Fahrenheit temperature space. Since nothing else in the room is frozen, nor do we see the standard reactions to cold, i.e. visible breath, then the temperature in the lab must be well above 32 degrees Fahrenheit and so Dr. Auerbach should not appear to be "frozen". See more
Capt. Brian Tidwell
Human nature. Men and women working together *always* end up bangin', and most people are killed by the person they're bangin'.
Well that's just not true.
Capt. Brian Tidwell
Yeah, it is. It's a fact. Come on, Crews, back me up on this.
Well, you two work together. When you have sex, who's gonna kill who?
If I have sex with him, you're gonna kill *me* immediately.
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