When a young girl goes missing, they try to find her. They find her dead. They try to find out who killed her. DNA on her body is matched to a man in CODIS. The man is not the killer but the killer's brother. They ask him who his brother is but he can't tell them because he doesn't know. It seems like he was adopted and he doesn't know who his biological father is. He knows who his mother is but has never met her. They go to see her and she says the father is a man she had an affair with who was married and he has two sons so they think it could be one of them. So they go check his sons but they are not a match. They learn that the father was with many women. And they eventually find a woman who has three sons and one of them could be the one. Dodds finds working the case a little unnerving.
Did You Know?
This episode is the fictionalized account of the murder of Yara Gambirasio in Italy. See more
In the beginning, when examining the body of the young girl, the forensic mentions DNA under the fingernails AND semen on the girls thigh, this and the fact that the girls clothes had been torn. In the end, when the man guilty was interrogated, he mentions holding over her mouth and shaking her in the back of his van, causing her head to bump against the floor and her passing out. But no one mentioned the semen found on the girl. Not a goof: the officers get a confession about the death (the most important aspect). The interrogation is not necessarily over when Olivia gets up from the table. See more
Paperwork can wait.
Yeah. Lily's parents... they're never gonna get over this, are they?
Losing a child? No.
You have a kid. That's gotta make this job harder.
Yeah, it does. You know, Dodds, I'm gonna tell you something that I wish somebody had told me after my first tough case. Go home. Talk to somebody you love, and don't make this job your whole life.