The victim: Dawn Richards, a member of the Frenemies in the women's professional roller derby league. The killer: psychiatrist Dr. Henry Price. This case starts off unusually when Dr. Price comes into the police station to report to Oscar that he believes one of his patients, Peter Carver, is displaying homicidal tendencies, the description provided by Price about what Carver would do matching Dawn's case. A connection is made between Carver and Dawn, he who was one of her biggest fans. Dawn is found dead by her roommate and teammate Stacey Edmonds in her bedroom one morning with Dawn having multiple stab wounds by scissors to the neck. After she and Angie interview Stacey, Paula, without disclosing the full reason, has reason to believe Stacey is the murderer. When Oscar points the detectives in Carver's direction, Betty discovers a string of pearls in Dawn's throat. It is then that Paula provides full disclosure of why she had believed Stacey to be the killer: the murder mimics down...