Henry and Jo discover there is a fine line between pleasure and pain when the death of a successful businessman and devoted husband points to a form of ritualized punishment. Henry learns it may be all a question of trust. The man's "domination therapist" comes under scrutiny as a murder suspect, who also wants to help Henry work through his own issues. Flashbacks reveal Henry's emotional story of betrayal after he shares his secret with his first wife, Nora. Meanwhile, Abe is flabbergasted when the object of his intense passion - Maureen Delacroix - his two-time ex-wife, reappears with a tempting offer.
Did You Know?
Lucas, a reader of comic books, mentions to Henry about Michael Jordan missing "over 9000" jump shots in his career. "Over 9000" is a common reference to the Japanese manga Dragonball Z. See more
Our body feels pain to warn us of danger, but it also reminds us that we're alive. That we still feel. That's why some of us seek it out, while others choose to numb it.
Referenced in Forever: Memories of Murder
Carmen Suite No. 2 Habanera
By Georges Bizet
Performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra See more