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[ indistinct shouting, gunshots ]

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[ panting ]

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[ gunfire ]

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[ gunfire stops ]

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[ shouting continues ]

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[ gunfire resumes ]

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Stop!

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[ breathing shakily ]

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[ metal clanks ]

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[ grunts ]

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Aaaah!

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Careful.

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Okay.

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This is truly magnificent.

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I don't know what to say.

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I do ... yuck.

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Cavanaugh's gonna kill you for
dragging this hunk of junk in here.

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This is a Gia Dupont original.

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I should've brought you
to more museums.

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Then maybe
you'd appreciate art.

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What, so a decomposing pinto
is art?

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Least you bought american.

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You know,
I bet you could've gotten

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a Ted Williams original
for what you spent.

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I don't know that artist.

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[ sighs ]

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He drove a home run 502 feet
into the bleachers at fenway.

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You put that ball on display,
you'd have grown men weeping.

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[ cellphones ring, vibrate ]

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Ohh! It's too bad we have a case.

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- I could stare at this for hours.
- Me too.

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Don't touch.

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[ police radio chatter ]

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[ camera shutters clicking ]

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[ sighs ]
I hate taggers.

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That's not tagging.
It's graffiti.

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- Same thing.
- No, it is not.

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Wow. What a powerful
piece of street art.

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What a powerful example
of felony vandalism.

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Jane, this is contemporary art.

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Says the woman who paid
$50,000 for old pinto parts.

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[ chuckles ]

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Banksy's street art
starts at $100,000.

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You don't know who that is.

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Yes, I do.
He's an urban artist.

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And I wouldn't pay
for his old pinto parts, either.

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- Frankie?
- Yeah?

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Come take photos
of all this vandalism

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for the graffiti task force,
all right?

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You got it.

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He a witness?

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Says he was working late in
his gallery, heard some yelling.

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I just thought it was
a couple of homeless vets,

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you know, squabbling
over a shopping cart.

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Why were you working late?

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I'm preparing
for a big showing of my art.

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Oh. Detective Rizzoli
would want to attend that.

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She's a budding art enthusiast.

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- For real?
- For not real.

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Wh... go help Korsak.

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We just saw this
in a different medium.

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You've seen my work?

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So, you're admitting
to felony vandalism?

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No. I did not put those...
posters up.

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We catch you
defacing property,

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you won't have another
art show, okay, pal?

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Korsak: Survived Fallujah
to die in the streets of Boston.

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Victim is Bernard Avery, 29.

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He's still warm.
Rigor hasn't presented.

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Some nasty wounds.

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Vultures go through his stuff already?

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Sad.

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We've got about 300 homeless
vets on the streets of Boston.

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Sharp-force trauma ...

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Chop wounds,
puncture wounds.

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Well, hey, look at you. Bold.

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You ready to call the weapons?

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- You thinking two weapons?
- Maybe two killers.

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No, there's only
one set of shoe impressions.

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Right.

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Those couldn't possibly be
bloody footprints.

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<i>Rondo! Yo!
Vanilla! Over here!</i>

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<i>Come on, man!</i>

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<i>Rondo!
Come back here!</i>

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I got a tip on your murder,

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but your 5-0 bro trying to act
like we ain't even family here!

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What's up?

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This better be good, Rondo.

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You are gonna want to promote
me to homicide, Vanilla.

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One of my C.I.S knows
who the killer is.

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Wh...
how many you got?

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As many as you need, baby.
[ chuckles ]

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Yo, Justin.

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- General Rondo.
- Perimeter's clear, my man.

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"General"?

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You sure she's not Taliban, sir?

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You can trust her.
She works for me.

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- Don't you, private?
- Wh...

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Work with me, Vanilla.

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Yes. General Rondo here...

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tells me that you can I.D. the killer?

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Lance Corporal Justin Brown,
ma'am. Yes, I can.

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Sergeant Avery was K.I.A.'d

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by an insurgent...
dressed in force recon.

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Take this.
It contains classified intel.

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Really?

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I'm telling you ...
he saw something.

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The kid was a marine special ops.

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I got you, my man.

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Your intel is safe with me.

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Man, homicide's hard-up.

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Economy's getting to
you, too, huh, Vanilla?

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You know what? When you
bring me a real witness,

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I'll bring you some real money.

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Centimeter and a half deep.
Help me turn him over.

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Mm-hmm.

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So, let's see.

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Stab wounds, bruises, gashes ...

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that could be
three different weapons.

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Not necessarily.

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The bruises here were likely
caused by a rounded instrument.

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Yeah, that could be
from the handle of a hammer.

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The stab wounds
could be from the claw,

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but it doesn't explain
these massive gashes.

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The gashes are consistent
with a cleaver.

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Or an... ax.
Maura...

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What if the murder weapon
had an ax on one side

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and, like, a narrow spike
on the other?

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What does that look like?

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Does that look like
a tomahawk to you?

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Well, there hasn't been
a murder in Boston by tomahawk

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since the Pequot tribe
attacked the colonists.

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Yeah, but our victim is a vet.
He's a marine.

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They issue tactical
tomahawks to marines.

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Would that explain these injuries?

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Got a fresh one for you, Dr. Isles.

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Guy collapsed in a cab
on his way to Logan.

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EMTs pronounced him.

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Put him on this table.
Thank you.

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Dennis Rockmond, 37.

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Ooh. Kind of hot ...
for a dead guy.

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Hmm.

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Maura.

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- Maura!
- What?

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- His penis has a pulse.
- Oh, my go... he's alive!

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He has an obstruction
in his airway,

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it might be a bronchospasm.
Where are the EMTs?!

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How far away are you?

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Five minutes.
Maura, do something.

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Look, someone needs to perform
a cricothyrotomy.

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Oh. What about you?

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You're here.
You could do it.

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- [ sighs ] Find me a slender tube.
- Where?

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- In the drawer.
- You have a lot of drawers.

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Any tube that can create
an airway ... a-a straw.

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Straw.
You want a milkshake?

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- I need a tube!
- Okay! Okay! Um, okay.

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Pen. I got it!
I got a pen!

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Oh, god.
I hate working on live people.

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- What if I kill him again?
- Maura, just do it.

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Okay.

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[ blowing ]

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Oh, come on. Come on.

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Maura, look.
I think you did it.

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You're okay.
You're alive.

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2 milligrams Salbutamol.
He's having bronchospasms.

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[ police radio chatter ]

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Well, that was exciting.

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You think we should bump fists?

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[ both chuckle ]

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Oh. It is nice to save
someone that handsome.

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Wha... really?

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So if he was ugly,
you would have let him die?

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Of course not.

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Listen, get to work
on this other dead guy, okay?

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Oh, Maura, check his pulse first.

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[ chuckles ]

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[ elevator bell dings ]

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Well, I think our murder weapon
may be a tactical tomahawk.

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- We had them in 'Nam.
- To cut through the jungle?

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Pshh.
To cut through people.

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Maybe our victim had a tomahawk.

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The military started
reissuing them in 2004.

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Well, let's check his records.

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Hey, I heard you and Dr. Isles
brought a zombie back to life.

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[ chuckles ]
How'd you know?

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- News like that travels.
- Yeah ... hard and fast.

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[ laughs ]

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Does the fascination with
your ding-a-lings ever end?

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- Nope.
- Nope.

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[ chuckles ]

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I hope we're not looking
at a vet-on-vet murder.

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Here's Bernard's military record.

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It's clean. Right there ...

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three combat tours,
honorably discharged.

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Any arrests since he's been back?

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Trespassing, couple of street fights,

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public drinking, and disorderly.
No convictions, though.

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We got any pictures
of his marine squad?

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Yeah.

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There he is ...
holding his tomahawk.

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If he brought it back,
it wasn't in his shopping cart.

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Zoom in on the guy on his right.

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That looks like Rondo's C.I. Justin.

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Lance Corporal Justin Brown.

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Got his tomahawk strapped on.

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Yeah, we got our first suspect.
Print that.

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Bernard Avery's widow's
here to see you guys.

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Korsak, come on.

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Come on, Frankie. Come help
me pick up a murder suspect.

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Do you recognize any of the
other men in your husband's squad?

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That's Justin...
his best friend.

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A lot of his squad was from home.

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Makes it harder if you have to...

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see them die.

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Is that what happened
on the third tour?

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They were on patrol.
They only had a week left.

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And there was a suicide
bomber who blew himself up.

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- A lot of them died.
- I'm sorry.

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When Bernard came home, he
barely spoke, except to Justin.

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He tried to get a job,
but he was diagnosed with PTSD.

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Was he treated for it?

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[ voice breaking ] A friend
from my wives support group

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told me about this outreach center.

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[ sniffles ]

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- Did it help?
- It seemed like it.

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But he was kicked out
after a couple weeks.

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Did your husband come
back with any weapons?

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A tomahawk.

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- Is that what killed him?
- Maybe.

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[ voice breaking ]
I begged him to get rid of it.

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It scared me, it scared our son.

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But he said
he didn't feel safe without it.

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When did your husband
become homeless?

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[ sniffles ]

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About six months ago,
after one of his nightmares.

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He thought that there was
a suicide bomber in the house.

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He was looking
for his sniper rifle.

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- He said he had to kill him.
- Kill who?

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[ inhales sharply ] Ki...
kill our son.

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I knew I could lose him over there.

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I never thought I'd lose him
when he finally came home.

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[ sniffles ]

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I didn't know
you lost friends in Vietnam.

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I don't like to talk about it.
People don't like to hear it.

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What happened when you
approached the checkpoint?

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An I.E.D. went off ...
right in front of the Humvee.

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[ explosion, people screaming ]

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My sergeant's hit.

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Wow.
Virtual-reality therapy.

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We're taking fire.

254
00:12:34,282 --> 00:12:36,616
- It feels too real.
- But it isn't, Marlon.

255
00:12:36,650 --> 00:12:38,751
What you're seeing
is a virtual simulation,

256
00:12:38,786 --> 00:12:40,753
and this is
rob's experience in Iraq.

257
00:12:40,788 --> 00:12:42,622
It's not yours.
Yours will be different.

258
00:12:42,656 --> 00:12:44,123
[ breathing shakily ]

259
00:12:44,157 --> 00:12:46,325
Dude, it's bad at first,
but it gets a lot easier.

260
00:12:46,359 --> 00:12:49,361
- I don't know.
- Look, confronting your fears ...

261
00:12:52,198 --> 00:12:55,434
Rob, why don't you take Marlon
and go grab a cup of coffee?

262
00:12:56,369 --> 00:12:57,837
I'm Dr. Bacal.
How can I help you?

263
00:12:57,871 --> 00:12:59,472
Uh, Boston homicide.

264
00:12:59,506 --> 00:13:01,674
We'd like to ask you some
questions about Bernard Avery.

265
00:13:01,708 --> 00:13:04,410
Please don't tell me Bernard's
been involved in a homicide.

266
00:13:04,444 --> 00:13:06,446
Actually, he is the homicide.

267
00:13:06,480 --> 00:13:09,449
We found him hacked to death
in an alley this morning.

268
00:13:09,483 --> 00:13:10,851
What can you tell us about him?

269
00:13:10,885 --> 00:13:14,521
Um, not much. I, uh..
I tried to work with him,

270
00:13:14,556 --> 00:13:17,057
but he was suspicious
about psychologists.

271
00:13:17,091 --> 00:13:19,393
I had one of our vets, a Lieutenant
Colonel, work with him, as well.

272
00:13:19,427 --> 00:13:21,161
Uh, can we speak with him, please?

273
00:13:21,196 --> 00:13:23,564
Sure.
[ wheels clacking ]

274
00:13:23,598 --> 00:13:25,365
[ knock on door ]
Come in.

275
00:13:25,400 --> 00:13:28,468
Colonel, I have two detectives
here to talk about Bernard Avery.

276
00:13:28,502 --> 00:13:29,602
Sure.

277
00:13:32,172 --> 00:13:34,406
Colonel Jones!
How are you, sir?

278
00:13:34,441 --> 00:13:35,541
No complaints.

279
00:13:39,378 --> 00:13:42,113
Except I've got a sprained
ankle. You mind if I sit?

280
00:13:42,148 --> 00:13:44,115
No, please.

281
00:13:44,149 --> 00:13:47,485
- Hello, Jane.
- Hello, Colonel.

282
00:13:49,322 --> 00:13:51,289
Uh, we're here, uh...

283
00:13:51,324 --> 00:13:53,592
investigating the
murder of Bernard Avery.

284
00:13:54,660 --> 00:13:57,495
Well, damn.
What happened?

285
00:13:57,530 --> 00:13:59,297
Why was he kicked out of this program?

286
00:13:59,331 --> 00:14:00,831
We had no choice.

287
00:14:00,866 --> 00:14:04,068
We, uh, we had a new patient ...
a marine from Bernard's unit.

288
00:14:04,103 --> 00:14:06,237
They got into a physical fight

289
00:14:06,272 --> 00:14:08,040
over something
that happened in Fallujah.

290
00:14:08,074 --> 00:14:10,008
I had to ask them both to leave.

291
00:14:10,042 --> 00:14:11,643
Was his name Justin Brown?

292
00:14:11,678 --> 00:14:15,880
No. His name is Tyler Moore
... lives at the vet center.

293
00:14:18,784 --> 00:14:20,552
Thank you, Colonel.
Appreciate the help.

294
00:14:20,586 --> 00:14:21,553
Anytime.

295
00:14:22,455 --> 00:14:24,322
[ door opens ]

296
00:14:24,357 --> 00:14:27,559
Um, can you...
can you give me a minute?

297
00:14:27,593 --> 00:14:30,928
Sure.
I'll pull the car around.

298
00:14:35,300 --> 00:14:37,568
- What the hell, Casey?
- Jane ...

299
00:14:37,603 --> 00:14:40,271
- How long have you been back?
- A few months.

300
00:14:40,605 --> 00:14:44,542
And ... and you did...
you couldn't ...

301
00:14:44,576 --> 00:14:45,810
I've been really busy with
the veterans center and the...

302
00:14:45,844 --> 00:14:49,346
Oh. No. 'Cause the last
time that we talked...

303
00:14:49,381 --> 00:14:50,714
I told you
I was on a covert assignment,

304
00:14:50,749 --> 00:14:52,483
wasn't allowed to tell
you where I was sent.

305
00:14:52,517 --> 00:14:55,519
- Operation south Boston?
- It's a little complicated.

306
00:14:55,554 --> 00:14:57,855
- Try me.
- Things have changed, Jane.

307
00:14:57,889 --> 00:14:59,657
But it's good to see you.

308
00:15:01,526 --> 00:15:03,460
Can you close the door
on your way out?

309
00:15:08,499 --> 00:15:12,069
Yes, it's good to see you, too.

310
00:15:12,104 --> 00:15:13,904
[ door closes ]

311
00:15:26,630 --> 00:15:28,664
[ knock on door ]

312
00:15:28,698 --> 00:15:29,698
Hi.

313
00:15:29,732 --> 00:15:33,068
The cute boy with the erection is
being discharged from the hospital.

314
00:15:33,102 --> 00:15:34,636
He sent me these orchids.

315
00:15:34,670 --> 00:15:37,238
Good. I wish him and his
wang a speedy recovery.

316
00:15:38,107 --> 00:15:41,976
- What's the matter?
- I saw Casey.

317
00:15:42,010 --> 00:15:46,614
- What? Where? When?
- H-he's back... in Boston.

318
00:15:46,648 --> 00:15:49,184
Actually ... actually,
he's been here for a while.

319
00:15:49,218 --> 00:15:51,119
Jane, I'm so sorry.

320
00:15:54,956 --> 00:15:58,459
Oh, my god. Did you
like him more than Dean?

321
00:15:59,994 --> 00:16:01,695
You did, didn't you?

322
00:16:01,729 --> 00:16:06,033
I've been waiting for him to get
back from Afghanistan, and...

323
00:16:06,067 --> 00:16:08,635
And he did.

324
00:16:08,670 --> 00:16:11,705
- What did he say?
- "Good to see you."

325
00:16:11,739 --> 00:16:15,608
- Uh-oh. That's bad.
- Maura.

326
00:16:15,643 --> 00:16:16,509
Ow! Ow!

327
00:16:16,544 --> 00:16:17,877
You want a real "ow"?

328
00:16:17,912 --> 00:16:20,280
Wait till your zombie says,
"oh, I'm really busy."

329
00:16:20,314 --> 00:16:22,782
[ cellphone vibrates ]
[ sighs ]

330
00:16:22,816 --> 00:16:25,985
- Maybe that's him.
- It's Korsak.

331
00:16:26,019 --> 00:16:29,521
He has our suspect in interroga...
I can't focus.

332
00:16:29,556 --> 00:16:30,923
Go interrogate.

333
00:16:30,957 --> 00:16:33,993
Studies show that the best antidote
for heartbreak is distraction.

334
00:16:34,928 --> 00:16:38,431
Okay. The only reason that I'm
going is because if I don't,

335
00:16:38,465 --> 00:16:40,599
I'm afraid I'm gonna spend
the rest of my life

336
00:16:40,634 --> 00:16:42,701
curled up in the fetal position
on your couch.

337
00:16:42,736 --> 00:16:45,104
And your couch blows.

338
00:16:45,138 --> 00:16:46,738
[ laughs ]

339
00:16:52,045 --> 00:16:53,780
Hello, Tyler.

340
00:16:53,814 --> 00:16:55,681
Private first class Tyler Moore,
United States marine corps.

341
00:16:55,716 --> 00:17:00,086
- Semper Fi.
- I didn't kill Bernard.

342
00:17:00,120 --> 00:17:02,588
Tyler, you're not a suspect,
but we would like to know

343
00:17:02,622 --> 00:17:04,023
why there was bad blood
between you.

344
00:17:04,057 --> 00:17:07,659
It's 'cause of what he did.
Or didn't do.

345
00:17:07,694 --> 00:17:11,663
- What didn't he do?
- We were on patrol.

346
00:17:11,697 --> 00:17:14,666
Bernard was covering our advance.

347
00:17:14,700 --> 00:17:16,801
He saw the suicide bomber
coming right toward us.

348
00:17:16,836 --> 00:17:19,872
- He didn't take the shot.
- Is that what put you in that chair?

349
00:17:21,241 --> 00:17:22,375
Yeah.

350
00:17:23,711 --> 00:17:27,314
Killed six guys. And Bernard
came home without a scratch.

351
00:17:27,348 --> 00:17:29,917
And if I wasn't in this chair,
I would've killed him.

352
00:17:29,951 --> 00:17:32,987
What about Justin Brown?
Does he feel the same way?

353
00:17:33,021 --> 00:17:36,557
Justin's brains were scrambled.
They were buddies.

354
00:17:36,591 --> 00:17:38,459
I hope they both go to hell.

355
00:17:38,493 --> 00:17:40,061
It won't make the pain
go away, Tyler.

356
00:17:40,095 --> 00:17:41,195
[ cellphone vibrates ]

357
00:17:41,230 --> 00:17:43,131
Excuse me.

358
00:17:45,968 --> 00:17:47,034
[ cellphone beeps ]

359
00:17:47,069 --> 00:17:48,302
What's up, Frost?

360
00:17:48,336 --> 00:17:50,070
We found Justin.

361
00:17:50,105 --> 00:17:52,106
<i>Is he still saying that Bernard
was murdered by insurgents?</i>

362
00:17:52,140 --> 00:17:54,208
He's not saying anything,
Jane.

363
00:17:55,543 --> 00:17:56,810
He's dead.

364
00:17:59,847 --> 00:18:03,184
Maura: Justin's injuries
are similar to Bernard's.

365
00:18:05,821 --> 00:18:08,924
So they were both killed
with a tactical tomahawk.

366
00:18:08,959 --> 00:18:11,794
You're fixated on Casey.
Why don't you just talk to him?

367
00:18:11,829 --> 00:18:14,498
I would rather
juggle your scalpels.

368
00:18:14,532 --> 00:18:16,634
- Don't you want to know?
- Oh, I know ... it's over.

369
00:18:16,668 --> 00:18:18,703
The University of Missouri
researchers do say

370
00:18:18,737 --> 00:18:20,771
that men avoid
intimate conversations, anyway.

371
00:18:20,806 --> 00:18:22,439
Really?
What a surprising outcome.

372
00:18:22,474 --> 00:18:24,675
He doesn't deserve you, Jane.

373
00:18:25,911 --> 00:18:27,678
Can you please distract me

374
00:18:27,713 --> 00:18:30,282
with some sort
of scientific mumbo jumbo?

375
00:18:30,316 --> 00:18:31,617
[ monitor beeps ]

376
00:18:31,651 --> 00:18:33,151
You see the scarring
in Bernard's lungs?

377
00:18:33,186 --> 00:18:35,521
I'm doing more testing,
but it could be war lung.

378
00:18:35,555 --> 00:18:37,055
We're seeing it in a lot of soldiers.

379
00:18:37,090 --> 00:18:39,251
Think of all the sad things
we'd avoid if men would

380
00:18:39,346 --> 00:18:42,128
just talk about their problems
instead of going to war.

381
00:18:42,163 --> 00:18:46,265
Here are Justin's lungs.
Huh. No sign of war lung.

382
00:18:46,368 --> 00:18:47,935
Well,
that doesn't make any sense.

383
00:18:47,969 --> 00:18:50,305
They served together, so they'd
be exposed to the same toxins.

384
00:18:50,339 --> 00:18:52,407
- Shouldn't they both have it?
- Yeah.

385
00:18:52,441 --> 00:18:53,875
[ cellphone rings ]

386
00:18:57,513 --> 00:19:00,915
Our medical miracle is
here to thank us. Come on.

387
00:19:00,950 --> 00:19:04,885
Ugh. I'm keeping my distance.
I'm afraid of that erection.

388
00:19:08,689 --> 00:19:12,592
He's a little sexier alive.

389
00:19:12,626 --> 00:19:14,727
Hello. I'm Dr. Isles.

390
00:19:14,761 --> 00:19:16,762
I remember you.
[ chuckles ]

391
00:19:17,831 --> 00:19:19,064
Are you checking his pulse?

392
00:19:20,300 --> 00:19:22,669
Thank you for saving my life.

393
00:19:23,370 --> 00:19:24,471
And you, too, detective.

394
00:19:24,505 --> 00:19:26,606
No way.
I'm... not a hugger.

395
00:19:26,641 --> 00:19:30,311
Oh. Okay.
Well, this is for you.

396
00:19:30,345 --> 00:19:31,646
Thank you.

397
00:19:31,680 --> 00:19:34,215
Well, I heard what you did
for me with that pen.

398
00:19:34,250 --> 00:19:35,584
Quick recovery.
How's your throat?

399
00:19:35,618 --> 00:19:38,754
It's a little sore.
Otherwise, I feel great.

400
00:19:39,489 --> 00:19:41,589
How did you get a Gia Dupont?

401
00:19:41,624 --> 00:19:44,459
Why? Are you shocked to
see such a contemporary

402
00:19:44,460 --> 00:19:47,294
masterpiece in a lowly police station?

403
00:19:47,329 --> 00:19:48,829
No.

404
00:19:48,863 --> 00:19:50,898
You should be, because I'd
like to dismantle it for parts.

405
00:19:50,932 --> 00:19:53,267
Official police business
coming through.

406
00:19:53,301 --> 00:19:54,668
[ clears throat ]
Uh, excuse me.

407
00:19:56,604 --> 00:19:57,938
[ chuckles ]

408
00:19:57,972 --> 00:19:59,105
[ chuckles ]

409
00:20:02,443 --> 00:20:04,344
Damn shame about Justin.

410
00:20:04,379 --> 00:20:07,247
Yeah, I'm sorry, Rondo.
Who's this?

411
00:20:07,281 --> 00:20:10,350
Oh, this is Sour Grapes,
another one of my C.I.S.

412
00:20:10,384 --> 00:20:11,751
We go way back.

413
00:20:11,785 --> 00:20:13,686
I played the blues with this dude.

414
00:20:13,721 --> 00:20:15,655
He could sing the panties
right off ya.

415
00:20:15,689 --> 00:20:18,625
Boston's Barry White...
[taps table] right here.

416
00:20:18,659 --> 00:20:20,227
That was another life.

417
00:20:20,261 --> 00:20:23,564
Hey, hey.
You're Raymond Washington.

418
00:20:23,598 --> 00:20:25,833
Oh, my god, Jane.
[ chuckles ]

419
00:20:25,867 --> 00:20:29,305
- It's true about the panties.
- Ma.

420
00:20:29,339 --> 00:20:33,309
Your father and I used to go see
him all the time at the Beehive.

421
00:20:33,343 --> 00:20:36,312
Tommy was conceived when ...
No, I think it was Frankie.

422
00:20:36,346 --> 00:20:38,981
Ma. Could we get these
gentlemen some coffee?

423
00:20:39,015 --> 00:20:40,649
Sure ...

424
00:20:40,684 --> 00:20:43,485
I'd prefer a glass of Shiraz
and a doughnut.

425
00:20:43,520 --> 00:20:46,421
Mmm, mmm, mmm.
Delish.

426
00:20:46,456 --> 00:20:48,323
Rondo, are you checking out
my mother's ...

427
00:20:48,357 --> 00:20:51,592
I see the apple bottom doesn't
fall far from the Rizzoli tree.

428
00:20:51,627 --> 00:20:52,760
- Stop.
- Okay.

429
00:20:54,146 --> 00:20:55,079
What did you see?

430
00:20:55,113 --> 00:20:57,381
- He killed Justin.
- Who?

431
00:20:57,415 --> 00:21:00,084
Pope John Paul.
Think it's the second one.

432
00:21:02,755 --> 00:21:05,591
You understand that "C.I." does
not mean "crazy individual"?

433
00:21:05,625 --> 00:21:07,626
It stands for
"confidential informant,"

434
00:21:07,661 --> 00:21:11,097
which means he provides
information to solve a homicide.

435
00:21:11,131 --> 00:21:13,299
But there's something here,
Vanilla.

436
00:21:13,334 --> 00:21:16,770
- I-I just don't know what it is.
- Okay.

437
00:21:16,804 --> 00:21:18,872
[ exhales slowly ]

438
00:21:18,906 --> 00:21:21,474
So, you're saying the man
you saw looked like the pope?

439
00:21:21,508 --> 00:21:26,345
No, I'm saying he is the pope,
cruising around in his popemobile...

440
00:21:26,379 --> 00:21:28,480
taking out homeless folks.

441
00:21:28,515 --> 00:21:30,516
It's nice to meet you, grapes.

442
00:21:30,550 --> 00:21:32,517
Whoa, whoa! Wait, wait!
T-that's it.

443
00:21:32,552 --> 00:21:33,986
There's this white dude ...

444
00:21:34,020 --> 00:21:36,655
self-appointed sheriff
of homeless town.

445
00:21:36,689 --> 00:21:39,558
He reminds me of that pope, too.

446
00:21:39,593 --> 00:21:40,993
Okay. Okay.
I'll check it out.

447
00:21:41,027 --> 00:21:44,897
Oh, hey.
Check this out, too.

448
00:21:44,931 --> 00:21:47,533
I got me a gut feeling
it means something.

449
00:21:47,567 --> 00:21:50,537
Justin's intel.
I'll check it out

450
00:21:50,571 --> 00:21:52,606
if you promise to sing for me
one day, Barry White.

451
00:21:52,640 --> 00:21:55,609
No. No, no.
I am not making that promise.

452
00:21:57,612 --> 00:22:00,046
Okay, well, give it to me.
I'll look into it.

453
00:22:03,116 --> 00:22:06,952
Okay?
Thank you, Rondo.

454
00:22:13,576 --> 00:22:17,313
It's beautiful.
Who's the artist?

455
00:22:17,347 --> 00:22:19,015
Um... me.

456
00:22:19,049 --> 00:22:23,186
I call it "the healing hand."
Seems fitting to give it to you.

457
00:22:23,220 --> 00:22:24,287
Thank you.

458
00:22:24,322 --> 00:22:27,391
Sculpting's just a hobby.
I actually talk for a living.

459
00:22:27,425 --> 00:22:29,260
Oh, I-I-I know ...

460
00:22:29,294 --> 00:22:32,130
"unleash your inner real winning self."

461
00:22:32,164 --> 00:22:33,999
[ chuckles ]

462
00:22:34,033 --> 00:22:36,402
I, um...
I googled you.

463
00:22:36,436 --> 00:22:38,037
[ both chuckle ]

464
00:22:38,071 --> 00:22:40,540
Well, then I guess you know
I was heading to Akron

465
00:22:40,574 --> 00:22:43,042
for a speaking engagement
before all this.

466
00:22:43,076 --> 00:22:45,411
Your vocal folds
are only temporarily inflamed.

467
00:22:45,445 --> 00:22:47,146
You likely had too much inderal.

468
00:22:47,180 --> 00:22:49,715
Wait.
How did you find that on google?

469
00:22:51,017 --> 00:22:52,484
Oh.

470
00:22:52,519 --> 00:22:55,087
Well, I-I-I had to look at
your, you know, medical records,

471
00:22:55,121 --> 00:22:57,556
uh, you know, just to, uh...
just fill out your paperwork,

472
00:22:57,590 --> 00:23:01,293
so...
[ chuckles ]

473
00:23:01,327 --> 00:23:02,927
Do you have plans tonight?

474
00:23:02,961 --> 00:23:04,162
Um...
[ chuckles ]

475
00:23:04,196 --> 00:23:05,530
Can I buy you dinner?

476
00:23:05,564 --> 00:23:08,299
If you promise
not to die on me again.

477
00:23:08,334 --> 00:23:09,401
[ chuckles ]

478
00:23:09,435 --> 00:23:11,203
- That's a deal.
- [ chuckling ] Okay.

479
00:23:12,538 --> 00:23:14,005
So, 7:00?

480
00:23:14,040 --> 00:23:16,142
Yeah.
I'll see you then.

481
00:23:16,176 --> 00:23:17,577
- Okay.
- Okay.

482
00:23:19,213 --> 00:23:20,480
Oh. Excuse me.

483
00:23:20,515 --> 00:23:23,050
[ sighs ]

484
00:23:23,084 --> 00:23:25,052
- Angela.
- Who was that?

485
00:23:26,254 --> 00:23:28,255
Look what I made ...

486
00:23:28,290 --> 00:23:31,359
<i>Cannoncini
alla crema pasticcera.</i>

487
00:23:31,393 --> 00:23:33,395
Yum.

488
00:23:33,429 --> 00:23:36,565
I wish Jane could meet
a tall drink of water like that.

489
00:23:36,599 --> 00:23:39,701
Maybe if she learned
how to make puff pastry...

490
00:23:39,736 --> 00:23:43,205
Oh. I know. Especially after
what happened with Casey.

491
00:23:44,407 --> 00:23:46,241
Start talking.

492
00:23:47,310 --> 00:23:49,578
Hey, we know
any neighborhood watch guys

493
00:23:49,612 --> 00:23:50,979
that look like the pope?

494
00:23:51,014 --> 00:23:53,415
- Benedict?
- No, John Paul II.

495
00:23:53,449 --> 00:23:55,350
I got a witness who says

496
00:23:55,384 --> 00:23:57,585
he saw our suspect
rousting homeless guys.

497
00:23:57,619 --> 00:24:00,054
We have all the neighborhood
watch volunteers on file.

498
00:24:00,088 --> 00:24:01,255
Let's look.

499
00:24:04,158 --> 00:24:08,028
Jane: Can you do a split-screen
of a picture of that guy

500
00:24:08,063 --> 00:24:09,230
and one of the pope?

501
00:24:09,264 --> 00:24:11,232
Jeff Miller.

502
00:24:13,670 --> 00:24:14,536
Hmm.

503
00:24:14,571 --> 00:24:18,474
- See what he drives.
- Pulling his DMV record.

504
00:24:20,910 --> 00:24:24,513
Drives a white Dodge van
with a bubble-top sunroof.

505
00:24:24,547 --> 00:24:27,650
Your witness say that the bad
guy drove the popemobile, too?

506
00:24:27,684 --> 00:24:29,251
Why, yes, he did.

507
00:24:29,286 --> 00:24:32,621
Maybe Jeff Miller went
from volunteer to vigilante.

508
00:24:39,162 --> 00:24:41,029
[ chuckles ]

509
00:24:41,063 --> 00:24:43,131
All this
reminds me of an agora.

510
00:24:43,165 --> 00:24:47,302
- An ancient Greek marketplace.
- Not many people know that.

511
00:24:47,336 --> 00:24:52,639
Oh! I bet you the Greeks didn't
have chili dogs like these.

512
00:24:52,674 --> 00:24:54,241
These are the best in Boston.

513
00:24:54,275 --> 00:24:56,042
You know, hot dogs are made

514
00:24:56,076 --> 00:24:58,978
from the gonads, intestines,
and eyeballs of hooved animals.

515
00:24:59,012 --> 00:25:01,580
Well...
they're still amazing.

516
00:25:01,614 --> 00:25:03,182
[ chuckles ]
Okay, fine.

517
00:25:03,216 --> 00:25:04,950
Let's take a look at the art first.

518
00:25:04,985 --> 00:25:06,252
[ chuckling ] Okay.

519
00:25:06,286 --> 00:25:07,954
I'm sorry.

520
00:25:07,988 --> 00:25:09,621
[ chuckling ] No.

521
00:25:12,592 --> 00:25:13,925
Wow.

522
00:25:13,960 --> 00:25:16,161
What an exceptional piece.

523
00:25:16,196 --> 00:25:19,598
And you have exceptional hands.

524
00:25:20,500 --> 00:25:22,168
I would love to sculpt them.

525
00:25:24,237 --> 00:25:27,439
What's the wildest, most
outrageous thing you've ever done?

526
00:25:27,473 --> 00:25:30,441
Umm... hmm.

527
00:25:30,476 --> 00:25:35,612
I... I rode nude on a horse
at an equine dressage event.

528
00:25:35,647 --> 00:25:37,413
Wow. [ chuckles ]

529
00:25:37,448 --> 00:25:40,817
Well, I was protesting budget
cuts to my college equestrian team.

530
00:25:42,286 --> 00:25:44,053
Come on.

531
00:25:44,088 --> 00:25:47,624
I think it's time for you to do
something outrageous again.

532
00:25:47,659 --> 00:25:49,226
[ chuckling ] What?

533
00:25:57,002 --> 00:25:59,371
- That's impressive.
- Come on.

534
00:26:06,212 --> 00:26:08,881
Oh. Wow.

535
00:26:08,915 --> 00:26:11,282
What a beautiful view of the city.

536
00:26:11,317 --> 00:26:14,185
Hey, be my lookout.

537
00:26:14,219 --> 00:26:15,519
Wha...

538
00:26:15,554 --> 00:26:16,854
[ cans rattling ]

539
00:26:16,888 --> 00:26:19,957
No. No, you ... you can't
do that. That's illegal.

540
00:26:19,991 --> 00:26:21,324
Art is not a crime.

541
00:26:21,359 --> 00:26:23,926
Come on.
Take a walk on the wild side.

542
00:26:23,961 --> 00:26:26,196
It's not like
we're killing anyone.

543
00:26:26,230 --> 00:26:27,431
[ sighs ]

544
00:26:27,465 --> 00:26:29,232
All right.

545
00:26:29,266 --> 00:26:30,366
Take that.

546
00:26:30,401 --> 00:26:32,369
Uh...No, no, no.
I-I-I can't do that.

547
00:26:32,403 --> 00:26:33,836
I-I am
the chief medical examiner

548
00:26:33,871 --> 00:26:35,271
of the commonwealth
of Massachusetts.

549
00:26:35,306 --> 00:26:37,607
Well, tonight,
you are a street artist.

550
00:26:39,477 --> 00:26:41,111
[ chuckles ]

551
00:26:41,145 --> 00:26:42,479
[ chuckles ]

552
00:26:42,514 --> 00:26:44,315
<i>[ siren wails ]
Drop the can!</i>

553
00:26:46,218 --> 00:26:48,520
<i>Hands on top of your head.
Turn around slowly.</i>

554
00:26:48,554 --> 00:26:50,989
Uh-oh.
That's not good.

555
00:26:51,023 --> 00:26:53,325
Oh, you have no idea.

556
00:26:54,428 --> 00:26:56,229
[ sighs ]

557
00:26:58,232 --> 00:26:59,399
[ car door closes ]

558
00:26:59,434 --> 00:27:01,168
"Get the human trash
off our streets."

559
00:27:01,202 --> 00:27:03,003
I think we found
"Mr. Neighborhood" watch.

560
00:27:03,038 --> 00:27:04,438
Man: Piece of scum!

561
00:27:04,472 --> 00:27:06,240
You leave my people alone.

562
00:27:06,274 --> 00:27:09,175
Keep your jackets on, guys.
I got this.

563
00:27:09,210 --> 00:27:12,145
Hyyyyy...
Unh!

564
00:27:12,179 --> 00:27:13,346
"Hyah" to you, too, dirtbag.

565
00:27:13,380 --> 00:27:15,481
Okay, step back, sir.

566
00:27:15,515 --> 00:27:17,516
Take this homeless sack of junk to jail.

567
00:27:17,550 --> 00:27:19,885
- You okay?
- Can't even feel it.

568
00:27:19,919 --> 00:27:20,985
Where were you two nights ago?

569
00:27:21,020 --> 00:27:22,353
I was doing your job ...

570
00:27:22,388 --> 00:27:23,955
chasing down scum
with citizen crime fighters.

571
00:27:23,989 --> 00:27:25,456
They'll vouch for me.

572
00:27:25,491 --> 00:27:27,458
If you think you're gonna pin
these homeless murders on me,

573
00:27:27,493 --> 00:27:29,861
then you guys
got another think coming.

574
00:27:29,895 --> 00:27:31,179
Okay, so we start with
an arrest for assault

575
00:27:31,180 --> 00:27:32,464
and battery with a dangerous weapon.

576
00:27:32,498 --> 00:27:36,034
- What dangerous weapon?
- That leg is damn dangerous.

577
00:27:37,603 --> 00:27:39,604
Thank you.

578
00:27:41,374 --> 00:27:45,443
- You look nice.
- Thank you.

579
00:27:45,478 --> 00:27:48,179
So, your heart's
on the mend, I guess?

580
00:27:48,214 --> 00:27:50,182
Oh, my go...
Maura told you about Casey?

581
00:27:50,216 --> 00:27:52,451
I can't believe Charles would
treat you like that.

582
00:27:52,485 --> 00:27:53,986
Ma.

583
00:27:54,020 --> 00:27:57,390
I wish you would confide
in me. I-I'm right here.

584
00:27:57,424 --> 00:27:59,759
- Really?
- Really.

585
00:28:01,162 --> 00:28:03,430
I'm thinking of becoming a nun.

586
00:28:06,634 --> 00:28:07,534
Aw, baby.

587
00:28:19,172 --> 00:28:22,074
Why would you tell
my mother about Casey?

588
00:28:22,108 --> 00:28:23,409
Sorry.
Jane, look!

589
00:28:23,443 --> 00:28:26,413
Oh, okay.
No problem. Not mad.

590
00:28:26,447 --> 00:28:28,848
Why don't you tell her
I got a vibrator, too?

591
00:28:28,883 --> 00:28:30,751
Frankie wrote you up for vandalism?

592
00:28:30,785 --> 00:28:32,519
Maura, you were tagging?

593
00:28:32,553 --> 00:28:34,221
[ sighs ]
I was with Dennis.

594
00:28:34,255 --> 00:28:36,790
Never date a zombie.
They have no respect for the law.

595
00:28:36,825 --> 00:28:40,194
Jane, I have a confession.
I liked it.

596
00:28:41,129 --> 00:28:43,296
I liked it.
I liked breaking the law.

597
00:28:43,331 --> 00:28:44,831
It made me feel like
who I used to be ...

598
00:28:44,866 --> 00:28:46,634
someone who took chances.

599
00:28:46,668 --> 00:28:48,636
Someone who commits felonies
and can't keep her mouth shut.

600
00:28:48,670 --> 00:28:51,239
- That's great.
- I just said I was sorry.

601
00:28:51,273 --> 00:28:52,473
[ knock on door ]
Sorry to interrupt.

602
00:28:52,508 --> 00:28:54,108
Oh, that's okay ...
we're just discussing

603
00:28:54,142 --> 00:28:56,911
the case of the lovesick,
blabbermouth tagger.

604
00:28:56,945 --> 00:28:58,546
Oh. [ chuckles ]

605
00:28:58,580 --> 00:29:01,082
You have the results from
Bernard Avery's lung biopsy?

606
00:29:01,116 --> 00:29:02,951
Yes.
It wasn't war lung.

607
00:29:04,687 --> 00:29:08,490
Toluene, acetone,
propane, and butane.

608
00:29:08,524 --> 00:29:09,991
Was he huffing?

609
00:29:10,026 --> 00:29:11,426
No.
It's spray paint.

610
00:29:11,460 --> 00:29:13,261
He was exposed to a lot of it

611
00:29:13,296 --> 00:29:15,531
over the course of months ...
maybe years.

612
00:29:15,566 --> 00:29:16,999
You think Bernard was a tagger?

613
00:29:17,034 --> 00:29:19,268
Maybe that's why
he was in the alley.

614
00:29:19,303 --> 00:29:21,771
- This is a street beef.
- Is that a food truck?

615
00:29:21,805 --> 00:29:25,375
Bernard was spray-painting
over another tagger's.

616
00:29:25,409 --> 00:29:27,377
And he always
had his tomahawk with him.

617
00:29:28,612 --> 00:29:31,448
Well, I wish that I could
help you solve these murders,

618
00:29:31,483 --> 00:29:33,284
but, um...
I'll be in jail.

619
00:29:33,318 --> 00:29:36,654
Give me that.
Use a tomahawk on my brother.

620
00:29:36,688 --> 00:29:38,456
[ sighs ]

621
00:29:40,259 --> 00:29:41,826
It could be a rival tagger, right?

622
00:29:41,860 --> 00:29:43,127
Yeah.

623
00:29:43,162 --> 00:29:45,830
These are all the graffiti photos
Frankie took at the crime scene.

624
00:29:45,864 --> 00:29:48,765
"Ra nad om."

625
00:29:48,800 --> 00:29:50,534
You think
yogis are tagging now?

626
00:29:50,568 --> 00:29:51,701
[ chuckles ]

627
00:29:51,736 --> 00:29:53,437
It's "random," bro.
It says "random."

628
00:29:53,471 --> 00:29:55,205
"Random." Huh.

629
00:29:55,240 --> 00:29:57,807
Frankie. Get in here.

630
00:29:57,842 --> 00:29:59,976
- Ooh! Am I in trouble?
- Yes.

631
00:30:01,211 --> 00:30:03,346
You're charging the chief
medical examiner with tagging?

632
00:30:03,381 --> 00:30:05,181
[ laughs ]

633
00:30:05,215 --> 00:30:07,683
Okay, can you two
turn your heads, please?

634
00:30:07,717 --> 00:30:09,084
I need to "hyah" my brother.

635
00:30:09,119 --> 00:30:10,486
It's bogus.
My sergeant was there.

636
00:30:10,520 --> 00:30:12,244
I wrote it up
to get her and her...

637
00:30:12,302 --> 00:30:14,389
boyfriend the hell off the street.

638
00:30:14,423 --> 00:30:16,758
Meant to tell her.
Sorry.

639
00:30:16,792 --> 00:30:18,726
I'll tell her.

640
00:30:21,297 --> 00:30:23,397
Keep seeing this one
over and over ... "penance."

641
00:30:23,431 --> 00:30:24,732
Mm.

642
00:30:24,766 --> 00:30:26,300
There's no match in the graffiti
task force database.

643
00:30:26,335 --> 00:30:28,836
And this one, too ...
"blister."

644
00:30:28,870 --> 00:30:30,638
"Dizzy monocles."

645
00:30:30,672 --> 00:30:33,308
"Dizzy monkey," dude.
Can't you read?

646
00:30:33,342 --> 00:30:34,409
Not graffiti.

647
00:30:34,444 --> 00:30:36,278
"Blister's" name is Steve Bogart.

648
00:30:36,312 --> 00:30:38,848
He was a tagger. Now he's
a documentary filmmaker.

649
00:30:38,882 --> 00:30:41,551
Been shooting Boston's graffiti
scene for the last year.

650
00:30:41,585 --> 00:30:42,785
We ever pick him up?

651
00:30:42,820 --> 00:30:44,387
[ keyboard clacking ]

652
00:30:44,422 --> 00:30:47,490
Doesn't look like it.
Wait. This is interesting.

653
00:30:47,525 --> 00:30:49,793
He's listed on a police report
as a victim.

654
00:30:49,827 --> 00:30:51,528
Of assault and battery.

655
00:30:51,562 --> 00:30:54,397
Look who the assailant was ...
Bernard Avery.

656
00:30:54,431 --> 00:30:56,432
How did we miss that?
We ran Bernard's record.

657
00:30:56,466 --> 00:30:57,700
Bernard wasn't charged.

658
00:30:57,734 --> 00:30:59,769
Steve Bogart refused to prosecute.

659
00:30:59,804 --> 00:31:02,839
Maybe because he wanted
to handle it himself ...

660
00:31:02,873 --> 00:31:04,307
with a tomahawk.

661
00:31:04,342 --> 00:31:06,977
Maybe. I'll get a warrant.
We'll go pick him up.

662
00:31:10,247 --> 00:31:11,714
<i>Frankie: Let's do this.</i>

663
00:31:23,427 --> 00:31:24,861
- Watch yourself.
- Even with a warrant?

664
00:31:24,895 --> 00:31:26,529
Yeah, when he swings
that tomahawk at your head,

665
00:31:26,563 --> 00:31:28,698
just hold up that piece of paper.

666
00:31:28,732 --> 00:31:30,333
I hate these loft apartments.

667
00:31:38,375 --> 00:31:39,474
Clear!

668
00:31:40,477 --> 00:31:41,878
Clear!

669
00:31:45,215 --> 00:31:48,818
They weren't just looking for something.
They broke all his equipment.

670
00:31:48,852 --> 00:31:51,420
[ whirring ]

671
00:31:51,454 --> 00:31:54,556
- You hear that?
- Yeah.

672
00:31:54,591 --> 00:31:56,725
It's coming from over there.

673
00:31:59,463 --> 00:31:59,795
Frankie!

674
00:32:00,797 --> 00:32:02,865
Frankie, let's wait
for the hazmat team!

675
00:32:03,733 --> 00:32:04,566
Oh!

676
00:32:04,601 --> 00:32:06,268
Must have...

677
00:32:06,303 --> 00:32:08,471
snuck up and clunked him
over the head.

678
00:32:08,505 --> 00:32:10,339
Didn't even get to drink his beer.

679
00:32:10,374 --> 00:32:11,774
Does it look like Steve Bogart?

680
00:32:11,808 --> 00:32:13,776
Uh...

681
00:32:13,810 --> 00:32:15,878
Looks kind of like
corned beef and cabbage.

682
00:32:15,913 --> 00:32:18,080
Ugh!

683
00:32:20,484 --> 00:32:23,353
I love Humboldt fog.

684
00:32:23,388 --> 00:32:25,655
I'm so glad
that you're not mad at me

685
00:32:25,690 --> 00:32:27,657
for getting you into trouble.

686
00:32:27,692 --> 00:32:29,092
[ chuckles ]

687
00:32:29,127 --> 00:32:30,461
Well, Jane is looking into it for us.

688
00:32:30,495 --> 00:32:32,530
I'm hoping that we can do
community service.

689
00:32:32,564 --> 00:32:35,466
Ah, I wouldn't worry. I know
several prominent defense attorneys.

690
00:32:35,500 --> 00:32:37,902
[ chuckling ]
I hope that's not necessary.

691
00:32:37,936 --> 00:32:43,374
Oh! Um, I-I can turn the
air on if it's warm in here.

692
00:32:43,409 --> 00:32:44,943
Oh. No, it's fine.

693
00:32:44,977 --> 00:32:48,612
Wow. You really do
have good circulation.

694
00:32:48,647 --> 00:32:50,281
[ chuckles ]

695
00:32:50,315 --> 00:32:52,483
I'm sorry. I hope I'm...
not making you uncomfortable.

696
00:32:52,517 --> 00:32:55,085
I just thought that
since I'm asking you to be nude

697
00:32:55,120 --> 00:32:57,988
that, you know...
I should be, too.

698
00:33:09,533 --> 00:33:12,202
Um...

699
00:33:12,236 --> 00:33:14,237
Pablo Picasso did say,
"art is dangerous."

700
00:33:14,271 --> 00:33:16,171
[ chuckles ]

701
00:33:16,206 --> 00:33:19,075
Why not?
We're going to jail anyway.

702
00:33:25,549 --> 00:33:28,250
The skull has gaping wounds ...

703
00:33:28,285 --> 00:33:31,053
likely produced from the
blade of a heavy weapon.

704
00:33:31,087 --> 00:33:34,758
Could it be... from ...
oh, I don't know ...

705
00:33:34,865 --> 00:33:36,424
...a tomahawk?
Just a wild guess.

706
00:33:36,458 --> 00:33:38,626
Well, perhaps
I could confirm the weapon

707
00:33:38,660 --> 00:33:41,328
if you told me what
my future wardrobe is ...

708
00:33:41,363 --> 00:33:44,465
forest-green jumpsuit
for my prison stay

709
00:33:44,499 --> 00:33:45,666
or the fluorescent orange

710
00:33:45,701 --> 00:33:47,569
for my court-mandated
trash-collecting?

711
00:33:47,603 --> 00:33:49,237
Does the zombie
want to know, too?

712
00:33:49,271 --> 00:33:52,173
Oh. I forgot to tell you ...
he sculpts in the nude.

713
00:33:52,208 --> 00:33:54,142
I want to hear everything.

714
00:33:54,176 --> 00:33:57,412
A-after we catch the
tomahawk killer. Focus.

715
00:33:57,446 --> 00:34:01,516
I can't concentrate. The thought
of my impending incarceration ...

716
00:34:01,551 --> 00:34:02,650
Stop!

717
00:34:03,619 --> 00:34:05,253
Okay, you're right.
You're right.

718
00:34:05,288 --> 00:34:06,722
Martha Stewart
flourished in jail.

719
00:34:06,756 --> 00:34:09,158
But she was
in a minimum-security prison.

720
00:34:09,193 --> 00:34:10,293
Where do taggers go?

721
00:34:10,327 --> 00:34:14,731
Oh! Can you please just tell
me if the wounds on Steve Bogart

722
00:34:14,766 --> 00:34:18,969
are from the same weapon
that killed Justin and Bernard?

723
00:34:20,504 --> 00:34:23,273
[ sniffing ]

724
00:34:23,308 --> 00:34:25,142
Let me guess ...
he smells?

725
00:34:25,176 --> 00:34:26,443
Yes!

726
00:34:26,477 --> 00:34:28,745
I really am preoccupied.
Don't you smell it?

727
00:34:28,780 --> 00:34:30,446
It's acetic acid.

728
00:34:30,481 --> 00:34:32,348
Huh.

729
00:34:32,383 --> 00:34:33,383
Cool?

730
00:34:33,417 --> 00:34:34,784
Well, it is,
because it tells me

731
00:34:34,818 --> 00:34:36,552
he was killed
more than 72 hours ago.

732
00:34:36,587 --> 00:34:38,354
What ... three days ago?

733
00:34:38,388 --> 00:34:43,025
Wait, so, Steve here was killed
before Justin and Bernard?

734
00:34:44,827 --> 00:34:46,428
Oop!
I forgot something.

735
00:34:46,462 --> 00:34:48,830
The summons that Frankie
wrote you was a fake.

736
00:34:48,865 --> 00:34:51,400
You can wear your McQueen on
your next date with the zombie.

737
00:34:51,434 --> 00:34:53,168
[ sighing ] Oh, my god.
I'm so relieved.

738
00:34:53,202 --> 00:34:55,737
I can feel my cortisol level dropping.

739
00:34:55,772 --> 00:34:58,606
Wait!
W-why did you let me suffer?

740
00:34:58,640 --> 00:35:02,576
- Trying to scare you straight.
- I will never tag again.

741
00:35:02,611 --> 00:35:07,281
- Just don't gossip with my mother.
- That, too.

742
00:35:10,119 --> 00:35:12,587
The killer
was looking for something.

743
00:35:12,621 --> 00:35:14,689
Maybe Bogart caught something on tape.

744
00:35:14,724 --> 00:35:17,392
Yeah, but what? He didn't
catch either murder on tape.

745
00:35:17,426 --> 00:35:20,228
Yeah. Yeah, he was already
cooking in his jacuzzi

746
00:35:20,262 --> 00:35:22,230
when Bernard and Justin
were whacked.

747
00:35:22,265 --> 00:35:24,799
What are you doing with
this busted-up keyboard here?

748
00:35:24,834 --> 00:35:25,767
[ groans ]

749
00:35:25,802 --> 00:35:27,536
It was Justin's.
Let me see it.

750
00:35:27,570 --> 00:35:31,573
He said it contained
"classified intel."

751
00:35:34,377 --> 00:35:36,979
Bernard trusted him.
Maybe...

752
00:35:42,686 --> 00:35:45,421
Maybe the killer was looking for this.

753
00:35:45,456 --> 00:35:47,623
See what's on it.

754
00:35:55,639 --> 00:35:58,074
[ Distinct conversations ]

755
00:36:07,918 --> 00:36:09,718
Thanks.

756
00:36:18,428 --> 00:36:20,329
Canvases are selling for $25k each.

757
00:36:20,364 --> 00:36:21,664
They'll be worth triple that

758
00:36:21,699 --> 00:36:23,600
once my posters
have been mass-marketed.

759
00:36:23,634 --> 00:36:25,435
You'll have to wait in line.

760
00:36:25,469 --> 00:36:28,137
I think it's time
we told this fancy crowd

761
00:36:28,171 --> 00:36:31,006
who this talented artist is.

762
00:36:31,041 --> 00:36:32,474
They know. It's me.

763
00:36:32,508 --> 00:36:34,009
Go ahead, Frost!

764
00:36:36,145 --> 00:36:38,713
<i>Bogart:
Why do you paint that boy?</i>

765
00:36:40,983 --> 00:36:42,050
What is this?

766
00:36:42,084 --> 00:36:44,452
Steve Bogart's last documentary.

767
00:36:44,486 --> 00:36:46,354
<i>Bernard:
To give him peace.</i>

768
00:36:46,388 --> 00:36:50,526
<i>You know how they make an
8-year-old boy a suicide bomber?</i>

769
00:36:50,560 --> 00:36:55,131
<i>They tell him that the
infidels will die but he won't.</i>

770
00:36:55,165 --> 00:36:57,500
[ people murmuring ]

771
00:36:57,535 --> 00:37:00,237
<i>He was staring right at me
when his face blew apart.</i>

772
00:37:02,007 --> 00:37:03,274
<i>So calm.</i>

773
00:37:05,511 --> 00:37:07,512
[ crying ] That's why
he was so haunted.

774
00:37:07,546 --> 00:37:10,014
He couldn't kill that little boy.

775
00:37:10,049 --> 00:37:12,650
<i>You've depicted that pain
in your art.</i>

776
00:37:12,685 --> 00:37:14,919
<i>It's not art!</i>

777
00:37:14,954 --> 00:37:18,256
<i>And you can tell that guy
that he can't have it!</i>

778
00:37:18,290 --> 00:37:20,625
<i>You can't have it!
It's not for sale!</i>

779
00:37:24,062 --> 00:37:26,697
<i>I let my friends die.</i>

780
00:37:27,799 --> 00:37:32,036
<i>Stop recording.
Stop recording!</i>

781
00:37:32,071 --> 00:37:33,905
<i>Look,
give me the video card!</i>

782
00:37:33,940 --> 00:37:36,242
<i>Give me ...
give me the video card!</i>

783
00:37:36,977 --> 00:37:39,144
<i>Justin, take it ...</i>

784
00:37:42,515 --> 00:37:43,983
You couldn't break through as an artist.

785
00:37:44,017 --> 00:37:47,120
You didn't have the talent.
But Bernard did.

786
00:37:47,154 --> 00:37:48,721
He just showed up,

787
00:37:48,756 --> 00:37:50,456
started painting million-dollar
art in your alley.

788
00:37:50,491 --> 00:37:51,524
You're crazy.

789
00:37:51,559 --> 00:37:53,659
Triple homicide ...
that's crazy.

790
00:37:53,694 --> 00:37:56,596
You killed steve Bogart because
he had footage of Bernard painting.

791
00:37:56,630 --> 00:37:57,997
Bernard didn't want your money.

792
00:37:58,031 --> 00:37:59,465
You had to kill him
to get these canvases.

793
00:37:59,499 --> 00:38:00,867
They were
in his shopping cart, right?

794
00:38:00,901 --> 00:38:02,702
And you killed Justin
because he was a witness.

795
00:38:02,736 --> 00:38:04,003
You can't prove anything!

796
00:38:04,037 --> 00:38:06,105
Oh, I think we can.

797
00:38:06,139 --> 00:38:09,041
Note to self ... always get rid
of the murder weapon.

798
00:38:09,076 --> 00:38:11,710
You're gonna be famous
after all. Cuff him.

799
00:38:11,745 --> 00:38:13,846
Come on.

800
00:38:19,019 --> 00:38:20,586
Thank you.

801
00:38:35,403 --> 00:38:37,804
I've been having this conversation
in my head for a long time.

802
00:38:37,839 --> 00:38:39,573
Jane, it's not a good time to talk.

803
00:38:39,607 --> 00:38:41,641
No, I-I understand that
it's not a good time to talk

804
00:38:41,676 --> 00:38:44,010
when you're 6,000 miles away
and people are shooting at you.

805
00:38:44,545 --> 00:38:47,080
But you came home,
and you didn't tell me.

806
00:38:47,115 --> 00:38:48,882
And I don't understand why.

807
00:38:48,916 --> 00:38:50,684
I don't want to have
this conversation.

808
00:38:50,718 --> 00:38:54,020
Casey, you and I have been
friends since high school.

809
00:38:54,054 --> 00:38:55,488
[ sighs ]

810
00:38:55,522 --> 00:38:58,757
And then,
w-when we saw each other again,

811
00:38:58,792 --> 00:39:00,926
I wasn't some goofy freshman

812
00:39:00,960 --> 00:39:03,829
and ... and you weren't
Mr. Big man on campus anymore.

813
00:39:03,863 --> 00:39:06,632
We ... we were just people.

814
00:39:06,666 --> 00:39:10,537
Two people that had ...
had been through some bad things.

815
00:39:10,571 --> 00:39:11,972
[ sighs ]

816
00:39:13,808 --> 00:39:15,910
I-I fell in love with you.

817
00:39:17,913 --> 00:39:19,514
Jane, please.

818
00:39:19,549 --> 00:39:23,085
And I know you did.
I know it.

819
00:39:23,119 --> 00:39:28,389
Because they sent you to some
godforsaken, war-torn desert,

820
00:39:28,423 --> 00:39:31,726
and you kept calling me
to hear my voice.

821
00:39:31,760 --> 00:39:33,194
And then I stopped, didn't I?

822
00:39:34,964 --> 00:39:38,332
I have your phone number.
If I'd wanted to see you, I ...

823
00:39:40,135 --> 00:39:41,869
[ sighs ]

824
00:39:41,903 --> 00:39:44,805
If I had anything to offer you,
I would have reached out.

825
00:39:44,839 --> 00:39:47,575
But I didn't, and I don't.

826
00:39:47,609 --> 00:39:52,838
The only people in my life I have
room for are these wounded vets.

827
00:39:53,783 --> 00:39:59,622
- I'm sorry, Jane.
- I'm sorry, too.

828
00:40:21,044 --> 00:40:22,711
You're a fool.

829
00:40:55,713 --> 00:40:57,514
[ clears throat ]

830
00:40:57,549 --> 00:40:59,049
Well, that was a great idea.

831
00:40:59,083 --> 00:41:01,084
[ voice breaking ] He said I was
the girl of his dreams.

832
00:41:01,119 --> 00:41:05,022
Maybe it's just too hard for him
to be in a relationship right now.

833
00:41:05,056 --> 00:41:06,957
Yeah ... with me, ever.

834
00:41:06,991 --> 00:41:08,092
[ sniffles ]

835
00:41:08,126 --> 00:41:10,495
Jane, I'm so sorry.

836
00:41:10,529 --> 00:41:11,829
[ sighs ]

837
00:41:11,864 --> 00:41:15,667
- Let's go do something crazy.
- You feel like tagging?

838
00:41:15,701 --> 00:41:20,739
[ laughing ] No.
God, no. Not that crazy.

839
00:41:20,774 --> 00:41:22,675
[ laughing ]
Oh. Oh. Oh.

840
00:41:22,709 --> 00:41:24,010
So, you mean like

841
00:41:24,044 --> 00:41:27,013
"graham crackers
and canned frosting" crazy?

842
00:41:27,047 --> 00:41:28,614
And a box of Shiraz.

843
00:41:28,648 --> 00:41:30,416
[ chuckles ]

844
00:41:30,450 --> 00:41:32,818
It's a little too peppery
and full-bodied ...

845
00:41:32,853 --> 00:41:34,853
- Work with me.
- Okay.

846
00:41:34,888 --> 00:41:36,822
Okay.
[ chuckles ]

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