The next reappearing convict is Paxton Petty, a sick Korean war veteran who became a serial landmine murderer. He was tortured in Alcatraz by the brutal doctor and made a deal with Dr. Lucy Banerjee for the whereabouts of the last bomb. Now he wants revenge, especially on Hauser, whom he manages to lure into a minefield. The team must crack the clues in a poem preserved in his prison file.
Did You Know?
After she gets Petty out of her car, Madsen pulls her hammerless gun and points it at Petty. Yet another gun cocking sound is heard, something that is impossible for a hammerless gun such as hers. Likewise, after Hauser shoots Petty and then threatens him with his gun, the gun cocking sound is heard. Hauser's gun having been fired was already cocked. It was likely the same hammerless gun he had used earlier, but either way it would be impossible for him to make the sound heard. See more
Detective Rebecca Madsen
Transparency isn't one of Hauser's strong suits.
[Dr. Soto snorts with laughter
Dr. Diego Soto
I just pictured him in a transparent suit. It's pretty gross.
These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)
Music by Jack Strachey
and Harry Link
Lyrics by Eric Maschwitz
Performed by Billie Holiday See more