The killer: Cindy Vernon, a popular music teacher at a prestigious music conservatory, and the girlfriend of the conservatory's head, Dean Teller. The victim: Tracy Blaine, the wife of Steven Blaine, who owns his own natural juice company, which is going through problems if only because of a class action lawsuit against it the result of tainted juice which led to the deaths of three people. Tracy's dead body is found in Central Park, her body impaled by a live tree branch. Betty rules that the death could not have been accidental, and that Tracy was pushed onto the branch. The nature of the case takes on some urgency when the detectives learn that Tracy was at the park with her stepson, Owen Blaine, who is now missing. The jogger that found the body is able to confirm Owen's presence at the park and that he willingly left with another woman (who indeed is Cindy). So first and foremost, they have to find out what happened to Owen, before he becomes another statistic in an abducted ...
Did You Know?
When she is on the run, Cindy checks in at the motel under the name of Ellen Ripley, the heroine of the Alien movie series played by Sigourney Weaver. See more
I Fought the Law
Written by Sonny Curtis
[Cindy's students are playing the song when Dean Teller and Mr. Soo enter the room] See more