Gunter specifically asks to work on the case of Klaus, a boy who shot dead his young adult sitters while his single mother went out for her first date in years. Klaus, whose mother says he is a good boy, seems like he is undergoing some sort of drug induced psychosis. His urine test does show designer drugs in his system. With those sorts of drugs, it can only be traced back to one of either two people. Still, Gunter, who can only see what he knows, believes otherwise. Meanwhile, Tannhauser has to figure out to to correct a mistake, and use his "improving" chess skills in getting the upper hand over Racken. And Martine needs to talk to Gunter about the baby.
Did You Know?
Think how many entertaining movies there are thanks to Hitler. Without him, would Sophie have a choice? Would Schindler have a list? Would Jurassic have a park?
References Sophie's Choice
Ride of the Valkyries
Composed by Richard Wagner
Arranged by Gareth Rhys Jones See more