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Yeah, I knew the beginning part, so I felt good about that.

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Mm-hmm.

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Well, I didn't have enough time for both of the essays,

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but I still think I did really well.

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I'll call you back.

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I think what we're looking for in...

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Hey, everybody. Right this way. Right...

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Single file.

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Oh, crap.

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I forgot today was her annual career-day dog-and-pony show.

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Detective Rizzoli,

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These are the students

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from the Elizabeth bishop middle school.

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Are we almost done? I've got a lot of homework.

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Who here wants to be a detective?

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They must all want to be doctors.

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I wanted to go to Tweenbeat magazine,

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but that was full.

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Okay.

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Well, welcome.

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Over here, uh, we have a...

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a shoe print from a crime scene.

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So we made a plaster cast...

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Was it a murder?

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Uh, yes.

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Awesome. Was it disgusting?

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What's that?

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That's the shot alert.

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And that computer software

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can triangulate the sound of a gunshot

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and find its precise location.

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Gunshots at Boston Cambridge university.

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What?!

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Awesome. Somebody else is dead.

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Wait, no, Jane, I'm going with you.

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BCU is my Alma mater.

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What about them?

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They... wanted to be at some tween magazine, anyway.

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Let's go find your parents.

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Ugh. Speaking of parents...

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What is it, ma?

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No, I can't. I'm working.

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Your father left me stranded on the side of the road.

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Just get in the car, ma.

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I'm sure he got stuck at a job or something, okay?

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Why do you always take his side?

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Here we go.

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I'm not taking his side.

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He's too busy to fix my car.

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He's got so many other better things to do!

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Can we talk about this when I'm not working?

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So, you know, I never told you,

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but I'd be really good at solving cases.

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Well, the forensic sciences can be quite complicated.

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A little common sense goes a long way.

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I've read so many crime novels,

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and I always know who did it.

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Thank you, Agatha Christie.

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Stay in the car.

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I won't embarrass you.

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30 years of experience says otherwise.

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College campuses are like a foreign country to me.

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You went to junior college.

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That's like 13th, 14th grade.

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But, Jane, you know so much.

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So why doesn't it feel like enough?

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Oh, hey! Ho! Ho! Ho!

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You're trampling on a crime scene. You got tape?

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No, ma'am.

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Go into my car.

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In the trunk, there's tape. Get it.

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And, hey, tell the woman who's in there to stay put.

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In the... trunk?

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No, in the car!

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White female, approximately 20.

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Gunshot wound to the chest.

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No vitals.

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Barney Fife was first on scene?

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Yeah.

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No witnesses.

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Broad daylight, thousands of students, no witnesses?

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Hey, they're all taking finals. And look where she is.

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You wanna go back to being partners, just say so.

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Can you please get a gun dog

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and look through all the dumpsters,

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the trash cans, and the bushes?

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Padding for a laptop, but no computer.

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Maybe she didn't have one.

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Nobody really goes to college without one.

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Maybe the shooter stole it.

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"Danielle Davis".

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Hey, hey, hey. Have her dorm room sealed off.

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Look at this.

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Maybe it's hers.

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All the texts have been deleted.

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Get a subpoena to the DA's office

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for her phone records, all right?

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A piece of plastic.

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Get this to the crime lab.

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No. No, no.

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No, no, no, no.

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You look like my mother,

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but she's supposed to be waiting for me in the car.

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It's a tragedy.

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She's somebody's baby.

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How do you do this every day?

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Okay, I'm gonna have a unit take you home.

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It's senseless.

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Yes, it is. Go on.

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Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey!

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Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey!

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Okay. Okay. Come on. Come on. Come on.

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Just stay right here, okay?

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Right here. Right here. Did you know her?

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She's my best friend!

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When was the last time you saw her?

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We had lunch yesterday at south campus...

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Okay.

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Is there anybody you can think of

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that would have reason to do this?

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Did she have a boyfriend?

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She wasn't seeing anyone.

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I can't believe she's gone!

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- I'm sorry.
- Okay. All right.

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No computer. Somebody's got her laptop.

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Wonder what this opens?

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Uh, her locker at the gym.

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I'm Lucas Bilton. I was Danielle's RA.

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Resident advisor. They look after kids in the dorm.

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How well did you know her?

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Not that well.

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She ever come by and talk to you

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about having a problem with anybody?

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She stopped by once or twice about classes.

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She was usually either studying or playing soccer.

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All right.

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Here's my card.

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If you think of anything, can you give me a call, please?

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I'm Danielle's father.

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She wanted to get into BCU since she was a little kid.

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The day she found out was the best day of her life.

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When was the last time you spoke to your daughter?

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Two days ago.

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She, uh,

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she sounded pretty tired, but she had a lot on her plate.

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Straight-A student. Played division-1 soccer.

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They recruited her. Full scholarship.

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You must have been very proud of her.

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Oh, her mother and I were very proud, yeah.

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Her mother died when she was 15.

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I didn't know how I was gonna be able to afford to send her.

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She did it all herself.

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Would you like one of my officers to drive you home?

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Yeah.

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I just want you to find out who did this to my baby.

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Two centimeter, singular gunshot wound, mid-chest.

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I bet we're looking for a 9-millimeter.

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I'll have ballistics confirm. I just like to guess.

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And I'm usually right.

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Gunned down at one of the best universities in the country.

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I loved every minute there.

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Well, maybe not protein biochemistry.

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Shooter was close.

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I found a hair on her body.

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Give it to the crime lab. See if they find DNA.

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Well-developed quadricep femoris.

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Yeah, she was a division-1 soccer player.

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Did you play sports?

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Ballet and fencing.

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Those aren't sports.

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Yes, they are.

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- What did you play?
- Field hockey. I was an attacker.

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I'm sure you were very aggressive.

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"Attacker" is a position.

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Maura...

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She died from a gunshot wound to the chest.

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Since when is the chest bone connected to the ankle bone?

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The anterior inferior tibiofibular

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syndesmotic ligament is ruptured.

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Sounds painful.

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Probably hurt her to walk.

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It's an unusual injury.

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You see it in professional athletes.

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Her doctors missed it. She needed surgery.

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Then how was she playing division-1 soccer?

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Well, she wasn't.

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She wasn't playing soccer on this ankle for a while.

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So our scholar-athlete was lying.

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Why?

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Wow. She was a talented player.

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You know was my game-girl.

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No attitude. Hard worker.

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Was she having problems with any of her teammates?

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No, nothing I know of.

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Her biggest problem was a high ankle spring.

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Actually wasn't a spring, was a torn major legament.

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Oh. No wander that wasn't found in rehab.

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Could you tell us where her locker is?

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We would like to look inside.

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Not ours. We have combo locks.

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If you think to anything helpful, please give us a call.

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- Yeah.
- Thanks.

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I really liked her.

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Killed me to have to pull her scholarship.

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Wait, you cut her from the team when she got hurt?

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And pulled her scholarship?

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My hands where tied.

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Were they kicking around?

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No, her tuition was paid-off.

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How was that possible? Her scholarship was pulled.

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Straight from the bursar's office...

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paid it off herself in a lump sum.

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W... holy cr... $57,000 a year?!

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Includes room and board.

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That should include a car.

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That should include an all-expense-paid trip around the world.

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Hell of a lot of money to wear a toga and do jell-o shots.

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Right?

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Where'd you go to college, Korsak?

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Didn't.

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Watched "animal house" a few times.

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Course you did.

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Got something, Jane.

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That was a good place to kill someone.

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Camera's blocked. Our suspect knows the campus.

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What about the security officer?

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Barney Fife? Clean. No record.

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The cellphone company came back with Danielle's texts.

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All that money for school and that's how she writes?

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"2gtbt"?

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"Too good to be true. " It's called "texting. "

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It's so complicated my mother does it in a nursing home!

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I'm looking at her pages.

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This looks like more than a friend.

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Who's "b-bear"?

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There's a lot of texts from this guy.

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"Miss u". "Love u, babe".

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"Call me".

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"B-bear". Brandon Lewis.

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Sophomore.

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Now, why didn't Natalie tell me that she had a boyfriend?

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Because they broke up a month ago.

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Why?

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He was stressing her.

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What do you mean?

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She said she didn't have time for a boyfriend.

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And how did he feel about that?

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Brandon's a good guy...

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But?

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It was pretty sudden.

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He was pissed.

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I don't understand.

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She had even less time when she was playing soccer.

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How did you know she was cut from the team?

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How did you know?

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She told me.

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She was really sad.

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She said she felt like she lost herself.

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Why didn't you tell me about this?

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She didn't want her dad to know.

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Was she sad about breaking it off with Brandon?

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Ever since she got hurt playing soccer,

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she was sad about everything.

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Unh-unh. Boston homicide.

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Brandon Lewis here?

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- I thought this was a frat house.
- It is.

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We're getting ready for a party.

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00:15:23,923 --> 00:15:25,390
In the middle of the day?

270
00:15:25,425 --> 00:15:26,858
We just finished finals.

271
00:15:27,381 --> 00:15:28,629
Congratulations.

272
00:15:29,356 --> 00:15:31,531
Excuse us.

273
00:15:32,028 --> 00:15:33,204
Do you think their parents know

274
00:15:33,205 --> 00:15:36,100
they're spending $1,000 an hour for them to dress in foil?

275
00:15:36,135 --> 00:15:38,755
Hi. Can you get Brandon Lewis for us, please?

276
00:15:38,756 --> 00:15:40,072
Thank you.

277
00:15:42,041 --> 00:15:45,009
Okay, w... why are you aring this?

278
00:15:45,044 --> 00:15:46,077
ABC party.

279
00:15:47,546 --> 00:15:49,213
Anything but clothes?

280
00:15:53,817 --> 00:15:54,641
You Brandon?

281
00:15:54,676 --> 00:15:57,553
Yeah. Is this about Danielle?

282
00:15:59,488 --> 00:16:00,855
I'm not some gangbanger.

283
00:16:01,957 --> 00:16:03,357
I'm pre-law.

284
00:16:04,660 --> 00:16:06,393
We'll try to keep that in mind.

285
00:16:07,495 --> 00:16:09,396
When did you and Danielle break up?

286
00:16:10,464 --> 00:16:12,299
She broke up with me a month ago.

287
00:16:12,334 --> 00:16:13,765
- Why?
- I don't know.

288
00:16:13,800 --> 00:16:15,368
Dig a little...

289
00:16:16,069 --> 00:16:17,635
...pre-law.

290
00:16:17,670 --> 00:16:19,571
Must be teaching you some analytical skills.

291
00:16:19,605 --> 00:16:21,739
I said, "I don't know".

292
00:16:23,408 --> 00:16:24,809
Was she seeing someone else?

293
00:16:24,843 --> 00:16:25,609
No.

294
00:16:27,298 --> 00:16:29,279
Why? Do you know something?

295
00:16:29,834 --> 00:16:31,581
Come on, Brandon.

296
00:16:32,098 --> 00:16:34,316
A girl that looked like Danielle...

297
00:16:34,820 --> 00:16:36,451
they're not alone very long.

298
00:16:40,322 --> 00:16:42,085
How would you feel if she was seeing someone else?

299
00:16:42,120 --> 00:16:43,309
Really happy. What do you think?

300
00:16:43,310 --> 00:16:44,884
I think a man gets enraged

301
00:16:44,919 --> 00:16:47,022
and he does things that he regrets.

302
00:16:48,091 --> 00:16:50,459
I- I'm not some homicidal maniac!

303
00:16:50,493 --> 00:16:52,227
I- I loved her. Why would I kill her?

304
00:16:52,261 --> 00:16:53,795
I don't know, Brandon. Why would you?

305
00:16:54,409 --> 00:16:56,330
You can't pin this on me.

306
00:16:57,891 --> 00:16:58,965
I want a lawyer.

307
00:17:01,213 --> 00:17:02,368
Took him long enough.

308
00:17:11,244 --> 00:17:13,945
Is this from the good fridge or the dead-people fridge?

309
00:17:13,979 --> 00:17:16,013
Cold air is cold air.

310
00:17:17,816 --> 00:17:18,849
How old is it?

311
00:17:18,883 --> 00:17:21,451
No, don't tell me. I-I'm too hungry.

312
00:17:23,888 --> 00:17:26,155
Mm.

313
00:17:30,193 --> 00:17:32,193
I was at BCU.

314
00:17:32,228 --> 00:17:35,396
The sorority girls were dressed in foil.

315
00:17:36,311 --> 00:17:37,462
The ABC party.

316
00:17:37,497 --> 00:17:40,366
Such a rho zeta theta thing.

317
00:17:41,435 --> 00:17:43,302
You take it for granted that you know all that.

318
00:17:43,337 --> 00:17:45,738
Well, I didn't know "attacker" was a position.

319
00:17:45,772 --> 00:17:47,839
A gaping hole in your education.

320
00:17:50,576 --> 00:17:52,209
I try not to have regrets...

321
00:17:53,345 --> 00:17:54,611
But, I don't know.

322
00:17:54,646 --> 00:17:56,980
W- when I was on that campus, I...

323
00:17:57,508 --> 00:17:59,582
I felt like I missed out.

324
00:18:00,651 --> 00:18:03,319
Jane, you're a bright, accomplished woman.

325
00:18:03,353 --> 00:18:05,093
I peeked in the library.

326
00:18:05,522 --> 00:18:09,165
All the things I could have known if I'd gone to college.

327
00:18:10,759 --> 00:18:13,020
Something about being there was...

328
00:18:13,055 --> 00:18:14,095
It was inspiring, you know?

329
00:18:17,532 --> 00:18:20,066
But you know more about human beings than anyone I know.

330
00:18:20,100 --> 00:18:21,611
Bad human beings.

331
00:18:21,612 --> 00:18:23,802
We're all a mix of good and bad.

332
00:18:29,304 --> 00:18:31,576
Hey, ma. What is it now?

333
00:18:35,046 --> 00:18:36,814
Oof.

334
00:18:39,351 --> 00:18:40,684
What is this?

335
00:18:41,756 --> 00:18:45,923
Well, your father wouldn't help me, so I traded in my car.

336
00:18:47,978 --> 00:18:49,760
Were you semiconscious at the time?

337
00:18:49,795 --> 00:18:51,195
Don't be condescending.

338
00:18:51,229 --> 00:18:52,716
Oh, wow.

339
00:18:52,717 --> 00:18:56,600
It's a 429-cubic-inch, uh, V-8.

340
00:18:56,635 --> 00:18:58,469
It's a very efficient engine for its time.

341
00:18:59,027 --> 00:19:00,671
40 years ago.

342
00:19:01,148 --> 00:19:03,508
I- I-is this about teaching pop some lesson?

343
00:19:04,457 --> 00:19:06,777
Well, that... may have been part of it.

344
00:19:08,580 --> 00:19:10,674
Smoke, uh, is leaking

345
00:19:11,174 --> 00:19:13,511
from your valve-cover gasket,

346
00:19:13,512 --> 00:19:15,217
but I-I could replace that for you.

347
00:19:15,218 --> 00:19:17,220
But I-I do see some other problems.

348
00:19:17,254 --> 00:19:19,490
You're burning oil.

349
00:19:19,524 --> 00:19:22,792
I would suspect it's a ring job.

350
00:19:22,827 --> 00:19:23,793
How much?

351
00:19:25,989 --> 00:19:28,064
Uh, three, maybe four.

352
00:19:28,098 --> 00:19:28,831
Hundred?

353
00:19:29,388 --> 00:19:30,166
Thousand.

354
00:19:30,200 --> 00:19:31,266
Oh!

355
00:19:32,034 --> 00:19:34,502
Oh, God. Your father is gonna kill me.

356
00:19:34,536 --> 00:19:36,270
Tell him not to do it while I'm on call.

357
00:19:38,240 --> 00:19:40,475
Can you help me get the Buick back?

358
00:19:41,009 --> 00:19:43,311
They're crooks, and you're a police officer!

359
00:19:43,345 --> 00:19:44,525
I'm a homicide detective!

360
00:19:44,560 --> 00:19:47,148
Ma, wh... are you planning on killing the car dealer?!

361
00:19:47,182 --> 00:19:48,149
I might.

362
00:19:49,899 --> 00:19:51,385
Is it driveable?

363
00:19:51,908 --> 00:19:53,487
Maybe a few miles.

364
00:19:53,522 --> 00:19:55,723
- Fine. Let's call you a cab.
- Hey, hey.

365
00:19:55,757 --> 00:19:56,866
Ran down that barcode key

366
00:19:56,901 --> 00:19:59,259
we found in Danielle's dorm room.

367
00:19:59,294 --> 00:20:00,494
You found something.

368
00:20:00,528 --> 00:20:03,529
It opens a locker at a high-end gym in Somerville.

369
00:20:07,633 --> 00:20:11,503
Danielle stored a nice dress...

370
00:20:11,537 --> 00:20:13,071
and, uh...

371
00:20:14,306 --> 00:20:18,108
...some "do-me" heels in a secret locker.

372
00:20:19,543 --> 00:20:21,477
That was not her only secret.

373
00:20:22,813 --> 00:20:27,482
I think I know how our innocent sophomore made $57,000.

374
00:20:33,279 --> 00:20:34,769
Based on what she lost her scholarship

375
00:20:34,770 --> 00:20:36,337
and when tuition was due, I'm figuring

376
00:20:36,372 --> 00:20:39,585
that Danielle was turning tricks for no more than a month.

377
00:20:39,586 --> 00:20:41,966
How'd she put that kind of money together in a month?

378
00:20:42,001 --> 00:20:44,195
Well, I mean, she'd have to have some pretty high-end clients.

379
00:20:45,846 --> 00:20:46,624
Ugh.

380
00:20:46,659 --> 00:20:48,269
Come on. We're taking this.

381
00:20:48,838 --> 00:20:51,213
A little undercover field trip to an expert.

382
00:20:51,247 --> 00:20:52,648
A pimp?

383
00:20:52,682 --> 00:20:54,305
Yeah, well, she had to be working with someone

384
00:20:54,306 --> 00:20:56,284
to make that kind of cash, right?

385
00:20:56,318 --> 00:20:57,351
Can I drive?

386
00:21:01,120 --> 00:21:02,515
Yeah, knock yourself out.

387
00:21:21,631 --> 00:21:24,832
Maybe Danielle had, like, a very rich sugar daddy.

388
00:21:25,858 --> 00:21:28,402
Maybe b-bear found out why she didn't have time for him

389
00:21:28,436 --> 00:21:29,503
and killed her.

390
00:21:29,537 --> 00:21:31,338
Mm, mm, mm!

391
00:21:31,372 --> 00:21:34,540
I need me a little taste of this vanilla bitch right here.

392
00:21:35,428 --> 00:21:37,576
How much for a party?

393
00:21:38,210 --> 00:21:39,577
Three to five years.

394
00:21:39,612 --> 00:21:40,945
Oh, my bad.

395
00:21:40,980 --> 00:21:43,214
But 5-0 looking fine!

396
00:21:43,249 --> 00:21:44,349
- Get out of here.
- Uh-huh.

397
00:21:46,812 --> 00:21:49,585
Leave it to my mother to trade her Buick in for a pimpmobile.

398
00:21:53,287 --> 00:21:54,757
Okay, there's my expert.

399
00:21:54,791 --> 00:21:57,057
He was a really good source when I worked this sector.

400
00:21:57,092 --> 00:21:57,726
Maybe he can tell us

401
00:21:57,760 --> 00:21:59,580
how Danielle was hooking up with her johns.

402
00:21:59,581 --> 00:22:00,715
Hey, man.

403
00:22:00,716 --> 00:22:02,050
Oh, it's Rizzoli.

404
00:22:02,566 --> 00:22:03,831
Who died?

405
00:22:03,865 --> 00:22:06,795
Detective Frost, this is Mo Monee.

406
00:22:07,297 --> 00:22:09,090
Your, uh, your ride needs work.

407
00:22:09,603 --> 00:22:10,837
It's my mother's.

408
00:22:10,871 --> 00:22:14,205
Oh, damn. Mama's got some gangsta.

409
00:22:15,307 --> 00:22:16,674
She one of yours?

410
00:22:16,708 --> 00:22:20,608
I wish. Girl like that could earn.

411
00:22:20,978 --> 00:22:22,461
Maybe she had a pimp.

412
00:22:22,496 --> 00:22:24,093
Maybe you could find out for us.

413
00:22:25,537 --> 00:22:26,808
She was a college student.

414
00:22:26,809 --> 00:22:28,826
Man, it ain't like it used to be.

415
00:22:29,452 --> 00:22:32,398
Bitches be trippin' now, gettin' their own websites.

416
00:22:32,399 --> 00:22:34,782
All kinds of amateurs up in this game.

417
00:22:34,783 --> 00:22:36,177
Maybe she was solo.

418
00:22:36,178 --> 00:22:39,358
No, if she was working regular, she had herself a daddy.

419
00:22:39,392 --> 00:22:40,625
And a book.

420
00:22:41,102 --> 00:22:42,443
You check her book?

421
00:22:43,729 --> 00:22:44,762
We didn't find one.

422
00:22:45,952 --> 00:22:47,571
She had a book.

423
00:22:47,833 --> 00:22:49,666
I mean, this whole damn world's gone crazy,

424
00:22:49,700 --> 00:22:52,001
but hoes still need to keep schedule.

425
00:23:03,980 --> 00:23:05,211
Hello.

426
00:23:05,690 --> 00:23:06,746
You've got a great eye.

427
00:23:06,781 --> 00:23:08,615
This one's in tip-top...

428
00:23:12,044 --> 00:23:12,919
Okay, what's this about?

429
00:23:14,439 --> 00:23:17,023
That is your car.

430
00:23:17,058 --> 00:23:19,413
This is my mother's car.

431
00:23:22,008 --> 00:23:23,608
Yeah, I'm afraid I can't do that.

432
00:23:23,609 --> 00:23:25,168
That lemon that you sold her

433
00:23:25,203 --> 00:23:26,598
needs thousands of dollars of work.

434
00:23:26,599 --> 00:23:29,095
According to the law, we're not responsible

435
00:23:29,130 --> 00:23:31,768
for abuse, negligence, or accident

436
00:23:31,802 --> 00:23:34,203
once the car leaves our lot.

437
00:23:34,238 --> 00:23:37,106
Right, the law.

438
00:23:37,141 --> 00:23:38,708
Hmm.

439
00:23:38,742 --> 00:23:41,644
How about you showing me all your 140-58 documents

440
00:23:41,678 --> 00:23:44,183
that shows that you have the bonds for all these cars?

441
00:23:44,218 --> 00:23:46,101
Also, let's get out your titles

442
00:23:46,136 --> 00:23:47,984
so we can verify the VIN numbers.

443
00:23:48,019 --> 00:23:50,117
What do you say, uh, Roger?

444
00:23:53,756 --> 00:23:56,923
We want all our customers to have a satisfactory experience.

445
00:23:56,957 --> 00:23:59,157
I'm sure we could rescind the sale.

446
00:23:59,192 --> 00:24:01,292
Throw in a new alternator, all right?

447
00:24:01,976 --> 00:24:03,628
I don't think that will be a problem.

448
00:24:03,662 --> 00:24:05,096
And floor mats.

449
00:24:07,163 --> 00:24:08,771
It'll be our pleasure.

450
00:24:14,639 --> 00:24:18,041
I didn't think that you talked like that to anybody but me.

451
00:24:19,110 --> 00:24:21,411
Is that mom-speak for "thank you"?

452
00:24:35,322 --> 00:24:37,489
Uh... oh.

453
00:24:37,523 --> 00:24:41,660
Dr. Maura Isles, knuckle-deep in germy bar snacks?

454
00:24:41,661 --> 00:24:42,490
I'm shocked.

455
00:24:42,524 --> 00:24:45,424
Oh, I had representative samples tested.

456
00:24:45,458 --> 00:24:47,825
Bacteria count fell within acceptable limits.

457
00:24:48,560 --> 00:24:49,927
You want one?

458
00:24:49,961 --> 00:24:51,995
It must be very complicated to be you.

459
00:24:52,029 --> 00:24:53,329
You have no idea.

460
00:24:54,864 --> 00:24:56,733
I had to get out of the office.

461
00:25:00,143 --> 00:25:01,644
Me too.

462
00:25:01,679 --> 00:25:04,180
I feel guilty taking a break. We don't have a solid lead.

463
00:25:04,214 --> 00:25:05,514
We might.

464
00:25:06,067 --> 00:25:07,145
I got the lab results back

465
00:25:07,180 --> 00:25:09,288
from that hair sample I found on Danielle.

466
00:25:09,886 --> 00:25:12,688
It's synthetic. From a toupee.

467
00:25:12,722 --> 00:25:15,755
Danielle was selling herself to a guy with a plastic rug?

468
00:25:15,790 --> 00:25:16,425
Ugh!

469
00:25:16,459 --> 00:25:18,993
Maybe he took it off, you know, during.

470
00:25:19,028 --> 00:25:21,048
God, a child at the college of her dreams,

471
00:25:21,083 --> 00:25:21,996
and she's turning tricks.

472
00:25:22,030 --> 00:25:24,933
To stay. You know, she lost her scholarship.

473
00:25:24,968 --> 00:25:25,832
She was trying to pay for school.

474
00:25:25,867 --> 00:25:29,335
How about a loan? Hell, some people even flip burgers.

475
00:25:29,369 --> 00:25:31,704
- Not possible.
- Why?

476
00:25:31,738 --> 00:25:34,990
Because there are only 8,760 hours in a year,

477
00:25:35,025 --> 00:25:38,281
and to pay for school, she needed to work 9,500 hours.

478
00:25:38,648 --> 00:25:39,849
You're defending her.

479
00:25:39,850 --> 00:25:43,013
Your fancy French boarding school warped your young mind.

480
00:25:43,047 --> 00:25:46,322
In Europe, women make all kinds of arrangements with men.

481
00:25:46,357 --> 00:25:47,917
And both parties get what they need.

482
00:25:47,951 --> 00:25:51,586
No shame, no pimps, no victims.

483
00:25:52,772 --> 00:25:55,055
I'm sure it was terrible for Danielle to resort to that.

484
00:25:55,090 --> 00:25:56,123
She had other choices.

485
00:25:56,157 --> 00:25:57,591
Apparently she didn't think so.

486
00:25:57,625 --> 00:25:59,626
She couldn't go to her father.

487
00:26:02,463 --> 00:26:03,596
Jane, what is it?

488
00:26:04,493 --> 00:26:04,730
You're right.

489
00:26:04,765 --> 00:26:07,650
H- her father was very upset that he couldn't

490
00:26:07,685 --> 00:26:10,535
keep her in that school without that scholarship.

491
00:26:19,000 --> 00:26:19,918
You know that piece of plastic

492
00:26:19,919 --> 00:26:21,485
you found at the crime scene?

493
00:26:21,851 --> 00:26:24,721
It's acrylonitrile butadiene styrene.

494
00:26:27,191 --> 00:26:28,724
From a computer.

495
00:26:30,610 --> 00:26:32,882
Danielle's missing laptop.

496
00:26:32,883 --> 00:26:35,013
I bet the person who stole it dropped it.

497
00:26:37,240 --> 00:26:40,992
And I bet the campus computer store can tell us who that is.

498
00:26:41,508 --> 00:26:43,294
Wait, what are you gonna do?

499
00:26:43,329 --> 00:26:45,796
Sit outside and wait for it to open?

500
00:26:45,831 --> 00:26:48,198
Yeah, I might. I'll see you later.

501
00:26:55,321 --> 00:26:56,706
Anybody bring in a laptop for repairs

502
00:26:56,740 --> 00:26:59,519
- within the past 24 hours?
- Uh, yeah.

503
00:26:59,554 --> 00:27:01,017
Can I see the repair slips, please?

504
00:27:07,294 --> 00:27:08,569
That's this morning's.

505
00:27:09,730 --> 00:27:11,547
You need yesterday's, too?

506
00:27:11,582 --> 00:27:13,753
Yes, please.

507
00:27:20,191 --> 00:27:21,458
Hey, officer Kelly.

508
00:27:29,999 --> 00:27:31,700
Get him! Get him! Get him!

509
00:27:31,734 --> 00:27:33,802
Don't run from the cops!

510
00:27:33,836 --> 00:27:36,037
Oh, look at this.

511
00:27:38,116 --> 00:27:39,781
Laptop-repair slip.

512
00:27:41,050 --> 00:27:43,321
You want to bet it's Danielle's?

513
00:27:50,146 --> 00:27:52,180
I didn't kill her.

514
00:27:52,214 --> 00:27:53,534
You had her laptop.

515
00:27:53,569 --> 00:27:55,700
- I found it.
- After you killed her.

516
00:27:55,701 --> 00:27:57,378
She was dead when I got there.

517
00:27:57,379 --> 00:27:59,814
I grabbed it, put it in the cruiser,

518
00:27:59,848 --> 00:28:01,526
and then I went to call it in.

519
00:28:04,389 --> 00:28:07,756
So your only crime is stealing from the dead girl?

520
00:28:08,919 --> 00:28:09,886
Look...

521
00:28:10,368 --> 00:28:12,121
It stinks that she's dead.

522
00:28:12,155 --> 00:28:14,222
But she's not gonna miss the laptop, right?

523
00:28:22,843 --> 00:28:24,231
You're gonna miss your bed.

524
00:28:25,840 --> 00:28:27,085
Take him to lockup.

525
00:28:35,774 --> 00:28:38,607
Cheez doodles or chewy bears?

526
00:28:39,910 --> 00:28:41,110
So hard to choose.

527
00:28:41,145 --> 00:28:43,877
You better have the protein bar, detective.

528
00:28:44,489 --> 00:28:45,517
Thanks a lot.

529
00:28:45,518 --> 00:28:46,780
You told me to remind you.

530
00:28:48,349 --> 00:28:51,250
I think I found Danielle's hooker book.

531
00:28:51,285 --> 00:28:53,285
It's on her laptop.

532
00:28:53,320 --> 00:28:56,488
That's her calendar. See all these entries?

533
00:28:56,522 --> 00:28:59,991
I think they're code for johns she was meeting.

534
00:29:00,025 --> 00:29:03,127
Uh, that looks like a college student making notes to herself.

535
00:29:03,161 --> 00:29:05,428
Except she wasn't taking art history.

536
00:29:07,323 --> 00:29:08,598
I don't know. M-maybe he's right.

537
00:29:08,632 --> 00:29:12,067
Look, she, uh, she records historical dates,

538
00:29:12,102 --> 00:29:14,569
but always as "1700," "1800."

539
00:29:14,604 --> 00:29:16,738
That's... that's military time.

540
00:29:16,772 --> 00:29:18,072
Look at this one... "2100."

541
00:29:18,107 --> 00:29:20,357
She was probably taking "future U. S. history,"

542
00:29:20,392 --> 00:29:22,009
right, Korsak?

543
00:29:22,607 --> 00:29:25,245
Her texts to Brandon stopped about a month ago.

544
00:29:25,279 --> 00:29:28,581
That's... that's right when these entries begin.

545
00:29:30,295 --> 00:29:31,493
Look at this.

546
00:29:31,952 --> 00:29:33,452
The night before she died...

547
00:29:33,486 --> 00:29:36,821
"Windgate act passed by A. H., 2100."

548
00:29:36,856 --> 00:29:38,890
Yeah, there's a Windgate hotel downtown.

549
00:29:39,391 --> 00:29:40,621
Maybe A. H. stayed there.

550
00:29:40,622 --> 00:29:42,159
Wild-goose chase, you ask me.

551
00:29:42,193 --> 00:29:44,427
No one's asking you. I'll go, Jane.

552
00:29:44,462 --> 00:29:45,462
Okay.

553
00:29:50,146 --> 00:29:52,177
Hotel-security footage.

554
00:29:52,178 --> 00:29:54,780
That him? The bad rug?

555
00:29:56,082 --> 00:29:58,724
Wild-goose chase, huh, Korsak?

556
00:29:58,759 --> 00:30:00,190
Didn't find anything.

557
00:30:00,191 --> 00:30:01,241
Oh, except...

558
00:30:01,953 --> 00:30:03,458
...one of Danielle's johns.

559
00:30:03,493 --> 00:30:05,388
But we're probably not interested

560
00:30:05,423 --> 00:30:07,356
in the guy she was with the day she was murdered.

561
00:30:07,391 --> 00:30:08,831
All right, you've had your fun.

562
00:30:08,832 --> 00:30:11,626
I was wrong, okay? So, sue me.

563
00:30:11,660 --> 00:30:14,931
"A. H." Is professor Andrew Hilliard?

564
00:30:14,966 --> 00:30:17,632
Hilliard sold his house in Cambridge last month.

565
00:30:17,666 --> 00:30:19,600
Been renting cheap, school-owned housing

566
00:30:19,634 --> 00:30:20,767
for the past few months.

567
00:30:20,802 --> 00:30:22,068
Sold his house?

568
00:30:22,847 --> 00:30:25,737
You think Danielle was shaking him down for tuition money?

569
00:30:34,092 --> 00:30:37,047
Like she's trying to wipe away what she'd become.

570
00:30:37,081 --> 00:30:40,783
Tell Rizzoli. She'll be delighted to get this creep.

571
00:30:43,351 --> 00:30:44,486
Professor Hilliard.

572
00:30:44,520 --> 00:30:46,521
Boston P. D. We're coming in.

573
00:30:47,423 --> 00:30:48,389
Oh!

574
00:30:50,262 --> 00:30:51,159
We got a deco.

575
00:30:51,193 --> 00:30:52,965
Smells a lot like day two.

576
00:30:55,196 --> 00:30:56,897
You gonna hurl again?

577
00:30:56,931 --> 00:30:59,232
You want me to kiss him on the lips?

578
00:31:00,802 --> 00:31:02,035
Glock 26.

579
00:31:03,090 --> 00:31:04,926
It's the same gun that got Danielle.

580
00:31:06,107 --> 00:31:08,398
Serial numbers are filed.

581
00:31:08,433 --> 00:31:10,743
Why did he kill Danielle? Jealousy?

582
00:31:10,777 --> 00:31:12,144
Maybe.

583
00:31:12,178 --> 00:31:15,213
Then he kills himself 'cause he can't live with what he did.

584
00:31:15,247 --> 00:31:16,414
Except...

585
00:31:18,041 --> 00:31:19,133
Except?

586
00:31:19,168 --> 00:31:20,450
Except it's a setup.

587
00:31:23,373 --> 00:31:24,486
Hardly any blood on his gun hand.

588
00:31:24,521 --> 00:31:26,523
Yeah, there's none on the slide either.

589
00:31:29,035 --> 00:31:30,360
This isn't a suicide.

590
00:31:38,034 --> 00:31:39,100
Hey.

591
00:31:40,118 --> 00:31:41,877
Hi. I'm going to the crime lab.

592
00:31:41,878 --> 00:31:43,019
I'll ride with you.

593
00:31:43,020 --> 00:31:45,061
Maura measured the entrance and the exit wounds.

594
00:31:45,096 --> 00:31:46,081
Hilliard didn't kill himself.

595
00:31:46,082 --> 00:31:47,707
He was shot by somebody right next to him.

596
00:31:47,741 --> 00:31:48,707
Huh.

597
00:31:48,741 --> 00:31:49,908
His broker confirmed

598
00:31:49,942 --> 00:31:52,916
Hilliard's been withdrawing $15,000 a month.

599
00:31:52,951 --> 00:31:55,246
That's $180,000... for what?

600
00:31:55,280 --> 00:31:56,847
No idea.

601
00:31:57,384 --> 00:31:59,016
But it's been going on for a year and a half.

602
00:32:00,151 --> 00:32:03,186
So, the professor starts seeing student prostitutes...

603
00:32:03,220 --> 00:32:04,755
And somebody starts blackmailing him.

604
00:32:06,457 --> 00:32:08,258
Huh.

605
00:32:08,292 --> 00:32:10,567
Yeah, but I-it couldn't have been Danielle.

606
00:32:10,568 --> 00:32:13,028
She'd been a scholarship soccer player up until the last month.

607
00:32:16,699 --> 00:32:18,132
Striations match.

608
00:32:18,167 --> 00:32:20,501
Same gun killed Danielle and Hilliard.

609
00:32:21,299 --> 00:32:24,104
Tracing this gun is our best hope of finding the shooter.

610
00:32:24,698 --> 00:32:25,838
How?

611
00:32:26,340 --> 00:32:27,606
Serial numbers were filed off.

612
00:32:27,640 --> 00:32:30,046
Just because your bright, shiny objects can't do it

613
00:32:30,081 --> 00:32:31,321
doesn't mean it can't be done.

614
00:32:31,810 --> 00:32:33,310
Hey, Maura.

615
00:32:33,345 --> 00:32:34,644
Let's get to the university.

616
00:32:34,679 --> 00:32:36,748
Danielle's friends are throwing her a candlelight vigil.

617
00:32:36,782 --> 00:32:37,964
I want to get there early, all right?

618
00:32:37,999 --> 00:32:39,993
Oh, I'd like to come with you, pay my respects,

619
00:32:40,028 --> 00:32:42,321
maybe help you look for the bad guy.

620
00:32:42,356 --> 00:32:44,790
They like to see the results of their work.

621
00:32:44,825 --> 00:32:47,760
I know because I had two years of forensic psychiatry.

622
00:32:47,794 --> 00:32:49,257
It took you two years

623
00:32:49,258 --> 00:32:51,796
to figure out that bad guys were screwed up?

624
00:33:14,352 --> 00:33:16,319
I think that's her dad there.

625
00:33:16,354 --> 00:33:18,121
It's beautiful...

626
00:33:18,156 --> 00:33:19,590
In a sad way.

627
00:33:19,624 --> 00:33:22,059
Just keep looking at faces.

628
00:33:28,099 --> 00:33:29,767
Hello, detective.

629
00:33:32,434 --> 00:33:33,925
Some turnout, huh?

630
00:33:35,540 --> 00:33:38,675
Yeah, it's a tribute to the kind of person your daughter was.

631
00:33:42,046 --> 00:33:45,711
We are doing our best. I promise.

632
00:33:46,879 --> 00:33:48,045
Thanks.

633
00:33:52,680 --> 00:33:53,846
Excuse me.

634
00:33:57,888 --> 00:33:58,748
You got something?

635
00:33:58,749 --> 00:34:00,950
Yeah. The numbers off the gun.

636
00:34:01,508 --> 00:34:04,485
It's registered to Scott Bilton, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

637
00:34:06,907 --> 00:34:09,876
Bilton? Lucas, the RA, Bilton?

638
00:34:09,911 --> 00:34:11,121
<i>His stepfather.</i>

639
00:34:12,060 --> 00:34:14,761
<i>Be careful. He's got three other guns registered.</i>

640
00:34:14,796 --> 00:34:15,996
Okay. Thanks.

641
00:34:37,764 --> 00:34:41,420
Murder weapon's traced to the RA.

642
00:34:41,450 --> 00:34:43,318
That kid's the killer?

643
00:34:44,553 --> 00:34:47,425
Of course... RAs keep tabs on their floors.

644
00:34:47,426 --> 00:34:49,557
And he would know that she lost her scholarship,

645
00:34:49,558 --> 00:34:50,855
that she was desperate.

646
00:34:52,557 --> 00:34:54,587
Looks like his part-time job was pimping.

647
00:34:55,723 --> 00:34:57,052
Let's wait till this thing is over.

648
00:34:57,087 --> 00:34:58,382
We'll get him when he's alone, okay?

649
00:34:58,383 --> 00:35:01,062
- Maura, stay here.
- Okay.

650
00:35:13,206 --> 00:35:15,073
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

651
00:35:15,107 --> 00:35:17,641
Look at the bracelet. It's the same as Danielle's.

652
00:35:18,743 --> 00:35:20,911
Natalie was hooking, too.

653
00:35:22,947 --> 00:35:24,848
I loved Danielle.

654
00:35:25,713 --> 00:35:29,197
Anything I can say about this remarkable person

655
00:35:29,232 --> 00:35:32,682
won't come close to describing who she was.

656
00:35:34,958 --> 00:35:35,791
Gun!

657
00:35:37,794 --> 00:35:38,794
Drop it!

658
00:35:39,428 --> 00:35:40,496
You killed Danielle!

659
00:35:41,464 --> 00:35:43,664
She couldn't keep her mouth shut.

660
00:35:44,632 --> 00:35:47,066
- Don't think I won't kill you, too.
- Please.

661
00:35:54,172 --> 00:35:56,140
Jane, go! I got her!

662
00:36:07,084 --> 00:36:08,384
Lucas!

663
00:36:08,418 --> 00:36:10,719
She was a whore, and she was a whiner!

664
00:36:11,955 --> 00:36:14,890
I gave her 57 grand, and she didn't want to do it anymore?!

665
00:36:14,924 --> 00:36:16,124
You work it off, bitch!

666
00:36:16,159 --> 00:36:18,293
Just put the gun down! We can talk about this!

667
00:36:19,995 --> 00:36:22,432
Or I'll just blow your head off.

668
00:36:22,467 --> 00:36:24,231
He's running!

669
00:36:32,973 --> 00:36:33,940
Frost.

670
00:36:33,974 --> 00:36:35,207
I'm with you.

671
00:37:29,119 --> 00:37:32,887
<i>Dr. Davis, telephone please.</i>

672
00:37:32,922 --> 00:37:35,604
Well... Good to see you with your eyes open.

673
00:37:36,284 --> 00:37:38,140
It's good to be going home.

674
00:37:40,061 --> 00:37:41,302
How you feeling?

675
00:37:41,303 --> 00:37:43,530
Eh, my ribs are a little sore.

676
00:37:43,999 --> 00:37:45,132
Bullet was a through and through.

677
00:37:46,468 --> 00:37:48,035
It's better than most case scenarios.

678
00:37:48,069 --> 00:37:49,202
I know.

679
00:37:49,237 --> 00:37:51,271
Bullet broke two ribs, came right back out.

680
00:37:52,439 --> 00:37:54,807
I guess I passed out from shock.

681
00:37:54,842 --> 00:37:56,442
It just hurts to laugh or cough.

682
00:37:56,477 --> 00:37:58,364
Well, at least you'll have a cool scar.

683
00:37:58,399 --> 00:38:00,048
Doctor said just two pucker marks.

684
00:38:00,082 --> 00:38:02,817
Oh, good. So then you can continue to wear foil bikinis.

685
00:38:03,886 --> 00:38:05,086
Oh.

686
00:38:06,507 --> 00:38:07,455
Don't make me laugh.

687
00:38:07,490 --> 00:38:09,724
Sorry.

688
00:38:09,758 --> 00:38:11,058
Here. These are for you.

689
00:38:11,093 --> 00:38:13,427
- Thanks.
- You're welcome.

690
00:38:13,976 --> 00:38:15,095
Let's get you out of here.

691
00:38:20,235 --> 00:38:21,936
Are you gonna tell my parents?

692
00:38:22,525 --> 00:38:24,297
That you got shot?

693
00:38:24,973 --> 00:38:26,808
Well, I think they already know.

694
00:38:31,283 --> 00:38:32,549
Thank you.

695
00:38:36,518 --> 00:38:39,186
I was really desperate, and...

696
00:38:39,718 --> 00:38:41,989
and it was really stupid.

697
00:38:43,667 --> 00:38:45,626
Well, everybody does stupid things.

698
00:38:46,281 --> 00:38:47,327
That stupid?

699
00:38:49,531 --> 00:38:51,825
Okay, no. Maybe not that stupid.

700
00:38:51,860 --> 00:38:54,242
But you're here.

701
00:38:55,072 --> 00:38:57,073
And you get a second chance.

702
00:38:58,142 --> 00:39:00,209
When do you go back to school?

703
00:39:00,790 --> 00:39:02,091
I don't.

704
00:39:02,846 --> 00:39:04,216
I can't pay.

705
00:39:04,251 --> 00:39:07,136
And I can't do what I was doing...

706
00:39:07,684 --> 00:39:09,018
...ever.

707
00:39:11,421 --> 00:39:13,055
Oh. Here.

708
00:39:13,556 --> 00:39:14,924
- What's this?
- Open it.

709
00:39:25,000 --> 00:39:26,501
Weird, huh?

710
00:39:27,431 --> 00:39:28,336
I talked to the bursar's office.

711
00:39:28,370 --> 00:39:31,405
They said you were paid all the way up to your senior year.

712
00:39:31,440 --> 00:39:33,340
How... but...

713
00:39:33,375 --> 00:39:40,085
There's always a little

714
00:39:36,590 --> 00:39:38,034
leftover scholarship money for hardship cases.

715
00:39:38,069 --> 00:39:39,479
I argued that your case was a major hardship.

716
00:39:42,708 --> 00:39:43,651
Thank you.

717
00:39:43,686 --> 00:39:45,554
- You study hard, okay?
- Yeah.

718
00:39:51,561 --> 00:39:54,029
See you soon. Take care.

719
00:40:11,066 --> 00:40:13,458
So, what was it like working on a live victim?

720
00:40:15,756 --> 00:40:17,171
Terrifying.

721
00:40:19,055 --> 00:40:20,974
And exhilarating.

722
00:40:22,690 --> 00:40:24,725
Natalie confirmed your theory though.

723
00:40:24,759 --> 00:40:27,829
Lucas had about a half-dozen girls working off tuition.

724
00:40:27,863 --> 00:40:29,764
Yeah. Lucas was the company store.

725
00:40:29,798 --> 00:40:31,532
Fronted the money to Danielle.

726
00:40:31,567 --> 00:40:34,202
Maybe she found out that he was blackmailing the professor,

727
00:40:34,236 --> 00:40:35,570
and he killed her.

728
00:40:35,604 --> 00:40:37,823
Yeah. She probably thought she could get out

729
00:40:37,824 --> 00:40:39,407
if she threatened to go public.

730
00:40:40,152 --> 00:40:42,744
That poor father. What he must be going through.

731
00:40:46,147 --> 00:40:47,548
I applied to BCU.

732
00:40:51,486 --> 00:40:52,662
It's very hard to get into.

733
00:40:52,663 --> 00:40:54,062
I got in.

734
00:40:57,293 --> 00:40:58,293
Why didn't you go?

735
00:40:58,877 --> 00:41:00,796
Wanted to be a cop.

736
00:41:03,511 --> 00:41:05,167
What's the real reason?

737
00:41:06,304 --> 00:41:08,171
My father would have sold everything to send me there.

738
00:41:08,205 --> 00:41:09,505
I couldn't do that to him.

739
00:41:11,937 --> 00:41:13,442
Did you ever tell him?

740
00:41:13,476 --> 00:41:16,011
Nope. That would make him too sad.

741
00:41:20,082 --> 00:41:22,416
Well, I wonder what's gonna happen to Natalie.

742
00:41:22,988 --> 00:41:24,688
She's going back to school.

743
00:41:24,723 --> 00:41:26,568
What?

744
00:41:26,603 --> 00:41:28,989
Made a little deal with the Chancellor.

745
00:41:29,023 --> 00:41:31,057
We keep a lid on it, they go back to school.

746
00:41:31,604 --> 00:41:33,035
On the university's expense.

747
00:41:33,036 --> 00:41:35,178
Mm-hmm, 'cause, you know, if this got out,

748
00:41:35,179 --> 00:41:36,829
people might be judgmental.

749
00:41:42,242 --> 00:41:44,602
What are you gonna tell Danielle's father?

750
00:41:48,187 --> 00:41:49,091
All he needs to know

751
00:41:49,126 --> 00:41:50,974
is that his daughter loved him very much.

752
00:41:53,077 --> 00:41:54,944
Aww, Jane.

753
00:41:54,978 --> 00:41:56,011
What?

754
00:41:56,046 --> 00:41:58,247
I think that's really...

755
00:41:58,281 --> 00:41:59,581
That's really sweet.

756
00:41:59,616 --> 00:42:02,050
Oh, gross. Okay. Gimme the wine.

757
00:42:02,084 --> 00:42:03,051
What? Really! Mnh. Okay.

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