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<i>Stanley: No free refills. Got it?</i>

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<i>Give me another breakfast
special. Two eggs over easy.</i>

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Everything okay? Oh, you
haven't touched your bacon.

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That's bacon? [ chuckling ] Who knew?

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Well, it's turkey bacon.
It's got a lot less fat in it.

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- Try it. It's good.
- You got any ketchup?

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Hey! Do you see the
sign? No outside drinks!

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Officer: Easy, Stanley.

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Sorry.

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He made me throw mine away, too.

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Would you like a
cappuccino on the house?

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No, thanks.
I had enough coffee.

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Stanley: Rizzoli!
Where's the big tub of cream cheese?

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It had mold on it.

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So scrape it off! You
think I'm made of money?

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[ coughing ]

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[ gasps ]

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[ coughing continues ]

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Sir, are you all right?

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- Mr. Stanley, call for help!
- All you had to do was open the café.

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- What did you do to him?
- Nothing! Call 911!

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- Sergeant! Get in here and help!
- Korsak: What going on?

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He just fell over. I
don't know what to do.

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Get the CPR mask.

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<i>We need an ambulance
at 3 Schroeder Plaza.</i>

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Oh.
So you come faster if it's a cop?

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Keep people out of the café.

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- No, it's a fat guy.
- Oh, god.

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He's dead.
[ gasps ]

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- Drink.
- Thank you.

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Mm!
[ spits ]

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Instant?
You served me instant?

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I'm so tired, you're lucky
I didn't serve you drano.

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Ugh! God.
Where's the baby?

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Tommy took the last shift.

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[ baby coos ]

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Why would people have
more than one of these?

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How'd you get him to stop crying?

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I did this for two hours.
My arms are wrecked.

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[ sighs ]

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- He'd be better if he was breast-fed.
- Don't look at me.

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Newborns need a lot of human
contact to properly attach.

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- Take him out of the car seat.
- No, he was almost falling asleep.

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Okay.
Come here.

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Hello. How good.

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- His name's Mario.
- No, you can't name him Mario!

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Why not? It's latin.
It means "manly."

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- Yeah. So there.
- Hey, Maura, you ready to swab me?

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What ... do you two
want some privacy?

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I'm gonna find out if he's
my kid today. Let's do this.

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Wait ... is this gonna hurt?

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Oh, my god. Tommy, it's
a giant cotton swab.

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Open.

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Okay.
Okay, now it's Mario's turn.

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You're not a Mario.
He looks just like you, Tommy.

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We should name him T.J., for "Tommy Jr."

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It's weird that
she's so good with babies.

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Yeah. It is a little surprising.
Wasn't it wonderful

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the way we tag-teamed
the feedings all night?

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You know, baby elephants are raised

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by the female
relatives in the herd ...

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The aunts, the sisters, grandmothers.

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Mm.

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Don't repeat this 'cause I'll deny it,

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but I wish we were elephants
so we could keep him.

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- Maybe me and Lydia could share him.
- No, Lydia abandoned him.

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Well, technically,
she didn't abandon him.

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- She left him with family.
- Which is why I can't arrest her.

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Maybe she was just scared.

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[ cellphone vibrates ]

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[ cellphone beeps ]

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Wow! One hand! Can I try?

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No!

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That doesn't make any sense.

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"Suspicious death at
the Division 1 café"?

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I hope Ma's all right.

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[ speed-dialing ]

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It's going straight to voicemail.

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Maura, come on. We've got to go.

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But I'm in my robe, and you're
in your mother's pyjamas.

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Yeah, so, we'll change
in the car. Come on.

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Wait ... w-what
do I do with him?

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Use two hands.

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[ baby crying ]
W... I ... alone?

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- Jane.
- Shh!

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Wait. I can't.
Jane?

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- Two hands.
- Jane!

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[ baby cries ]

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You sure you're okay?

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[ sighs ]

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He was enjoying his breakfast special,

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and, boom ... he just drops dead.

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[ sighs ]

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- How's the baby?
- He's fine.

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You're sure you've never
seen this person before?

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No, never.

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You don't think it's
something he ate here

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that got him sick, do you?

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Botulinum causes death
in 2 to 10 hours.

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Hey, you heard her ...
we never saw him before.

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He brought whatever killed
him with him.

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- How'd he die?
- I'm not sure.

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The hemoptysis suggests
all kinds of causes.

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We don't even serve hemoptysis.

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Hemoptysis simply means
he coughed up blood.

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Ohh.

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His credit cards,
cash, photo of this boy.

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Hey, Korsak, look at this.

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What the hell?

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Victim had my name and
phone number in his wallet.

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- Do you recognize him?
- No.

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Phil Taylor, 45.

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Worked at Jericho
pharmaceutical supplies.

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I'd like to test the food he was eating.

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Okay.
Hey, Ma, where's his plate?

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I, uh... I don't know.

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Stanley, where's the
dead guy's last meal?

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Why are you asking me?
Do I look like a busboy?

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Jane, he ordered the breakfast special.

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A-and he didn't eat the turkey bacon.

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Oh, but wait.

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- He asked for ketchup.
- Thank you, Ma. That's very helpful.

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[ sighs ] Ohh.

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[ gasping ]

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Mr. Stanley? Are you okay?

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Check on him.
Make sure he isn't faking.

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Frost: I'll call the paramedics back.

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Are you feeling any discomfort
or tightness in your chest?

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[ sighs ] Maybe some.

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Okay, Ma, this is serious.
It's a suspicious death.

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The food that you gave
the dead guy is evidence.

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You think Stanley could
have gotten rid of it?

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Oh, he wouldn't do that, Jane.

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I hope not, 'cause if he
did, he's going to jail.

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[ baby cooing ]

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[ knocking on door ]

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Oh. Oh, thank god, bro.
Thanks for coming.

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I got to get back to
work. Is the baby okay?

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Yeah. I-I think so.

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You think so?
I fell asleep on the couch.

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H-he was sleeping on my chest,
and... Frankie, he rolled off.

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Oh, my god.
Did he hit his head?

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- No, he landed on a pillow.
- Oh, Tommy.

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I know! What if he can
never ride a bike now?

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God, I can't be a dad!

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What?

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[ baby cries ]
And now he hates me!

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[ knock on door ]

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Oh, crap.

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What if the neighbors
called social services?

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Calm down, would you?

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- Lydia?
- Hey, Tommy.

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Oh! I'm sorry.

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I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Oh, Tommy Jr.

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Oh, I love you so much.

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- "Tommy Jr."?
- I wanted to call him Mario.

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Can you forgive me?
Can you forgive mommy?

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- Looks like he does.
- You think?

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Lydia, you abandoned that baby.

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According to my probation officer,

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all she did was leave
him with his father.

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- You the father?
- No.

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- How about you?
- I might be.

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Okay.
Now we're getting somewhere.

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Can't just leave a baby on a doorstep

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and then waltz back in
when you feel like it.

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- Did he get Frostbite?
- What?! No, but he ...

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Paperboy hit him with a paper?

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Raccoons chew his little arms off?

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No.

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Okay, then. There you
go. He wasn't abused.

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Let's go, Lydia.
[ baby cries ]

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Wait ... wait a minute!
Frankie, do something!

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Will you arrest her?!
Not Lydia, though.

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I can't.
There's no legal grounds.

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We can't prove abuse.

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Technically, all she did
is leave him with family.

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So, move ...
unless you're gonna shoot us.

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[ sighs ]

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I'm sorry.

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I thought he might be
better off with the Rizzolis.

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But I... I can't.

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- I can't. He's my baby.
- Well, he might be my baby, too.

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You know, I-I was up all night
with him, taking care of him.

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Hey, leave her alone. She's
been up bawling all night.

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Now, come on, Lydia.

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And don't think you're
getting out of child support.

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I'm sorry for all the trouble.

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We're just gonna go.
[ baby cries ]

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[ door closes ]

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Cuckoo birds are brood parasites.

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You desperately need some sleep.

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I'm thinking of creative
child-rearing solutions.

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Okay, what do cuckoo birds do?

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They lay their eggs
in a host bird's nest,

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and then they let that
bird raise the babies.

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However, they first destroy
the host bird's eggs.

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So, all we'll need to do is sneak
into some nice family's home,

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drop off T.J., and get
rid of the other kids.

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Maybe elephants are a better example.

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Ooh. Very nice.
Barely digested stomach contents.

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Mm-hmm.
What is it ... eggs?

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Good for you! Yes!
Can you tell what that is?

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Only if there's a prize.
Pancake.

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[ gasps ]
Excellent.

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Ew.

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I wonder what this is.

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- Smell it.
- I'm good.

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It's a mint leaf.
And this is chocolate.

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- And this could be whipped cream.
- Maybe from a milkshake?

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No, it was a coffee
drink ... likely frozen.

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But Ma doesn't serve frozen,
chocolate, minty cappuccinos.

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"Frappuccino" is a portmanteau
of "frappé" and "cappuccino."

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Do you ever worry that
you'll sound pretentious?

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No.
What about "tank"?

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Oh, my god.
It's gonna be a long day.

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Another portmanteau.
"Tommy" plus "frank" equals "tank."

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Hang on. We're being interrupted
by something relevant.

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Hello, Susie.

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Uh, hello, detective.
The victim's tox screen.

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This is strange.

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Phil Taylor had extremely high
levels of warfarin in his blood.

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- What's warfarin?
- An anticoagulant.

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Which Mr. Taylor's medical records
indicate that he wasn't taking.

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- Warfarin is also used in rat poison.
- When's the last time

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We had someone commit
suicide by rat poison?

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Never.

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Well, I think we have
ourselves a homicide.

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- Maura: Start in the kitchen firSt.
- Susie: Okay.

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Oh. Where do you think you're going?

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So, you weren't actually
having a heart attack, huh?

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- It was gas pains.
- Sorry to disappoint you.

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Okay, this is now a crime
scene, so I need the both

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of you out of the café so we
can collect evidence, please.

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- Was he murdered?
- He was poisoned.

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Ohh, how awful!

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I found this on a food-prep counter.

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So? Where
there's food, there's rats!

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It contains warfarin.

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Okay, that's rat poison, Stanley,
and that's what killed your customer.

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So if any of that ended up in his food,

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you'll be charged with
negligent homicide.

245
00:11:01,187 --> 00:11:02,387
Let's go.

246
00:11:02,422 --> 00:11:04,857
No, I'm an innocent
man, unjustly accused!

247
00:11:04,891 --> 00:11:06,392
And I need a statement.
One from you, too, Ma.

248
00:11:06,426 --> 00:11:09,227
You're not under arrest, so
sergeant Korsak will take yours.

249
00:11:09,262 --> 00:11:12,030
- Let's go.
- I have the right to remain silent!

250
00:11:12,097 --> 00:11:14,298
Anything I say can and
will be used against me.

251
00:11:14,332 --> 00:11:17,268
<i>Yeah, keep talking, Stanley.
I love a reason to arrest you.</i>

252
00:11:21,422 --> 00:11:25,124
- You'll be hearing from my lawyer!
- Okay. Nice talking to you, too.

253
00:11:25,159 --> 00:11:27,993
<i>You think this is the end
of this abusive use of power,</i>

254
00:11:28,028 --> 00:11:30,061
<i>you got another think coming, Rizzoli!</i>

255
00:11:30,095 --> 00:11:31,431
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

256
00:11:31,465 --> 00:11:33,466
I thought he was gonna
start shouting "Attica!"

257
00:11:33,501 --> 00:11:35,201
[ chuckles ]
Sure does a lot of protesting

258
00:11:35,269 --> 00:11:37,938
for a guy who knows nothing
about a missing breakfaSt.

259
00:11:37,972 --> 00:11:40,473
Mm-hmm. Okay, so, what do
we know about our victim?

260
00:11:40,507 --> 00:11:43,709
- He was single, he lived alone.
- But he had a son?

261
00:11:43,744 --> 00:11:46,211
No. According to his
family, that's not his kid.

262
00:11:46,246 --> 00:11:48,947
They don't know who it is or why
his photo was in Phil's wallet.

263
00:11:48,981 --> 00:11:50,315
Well, that's weird.

264
00:11:50,349 --> 00:11:52,216
Victim was a big
pharmaceutical executive.

265
00:11:52,251 --> 00:11:53,985
Lost his job five years ago.

266
00:11:54,019 --> 00:11:56,354
Was doing temp work for
a pharmaceutical distributor.

267
00:11:56,388 --> 00:11:58,689
And you have no idea why
he had your number, Korsak?

268
00:11:58,723 --> 00:11:59,990
Nope.

269
00:12:00,024 --> 00:12:01,525
Notepaper was from St. Avitus.

270
00:12:01,559 --> 00:12:03,559
They have an A.A.
meeting almost every day.

271
00:12:03,594 --> 00:12:05,528
There was one at 6:00 A.M.
this morning.

272
00:12:05,562 --> 00:12:08,263
Well, that's right nearby.
Maybe he came in early

273
00:12:08,298 --> 00:12:09,597
and had breakfast
while he waited for you.

274
00:12:09,632 --> 00:12:13,198
- Jane, can I talk to you?
- Yeah.

275
00:12:13,233 --> 00:12:15,966
Hey, Frost, come on.
Let's go check out St. Avitus.

276
00:12:16,000 --> 00:12:20,236
- What's the matter?
- [ sighs ] Lydia took the baby.

277
00:12:21,472 --> 00:12:23,172
<i>Hi. My name's Larry.
I'm an alcoholic.</i>

278
00:12:23,206 --> 00:12:24,507
<i>Hi, Larry. Hi, Larry.</i>

279
00:12:24,541 --> 00:12:26,375
<i>I spent so many nights
in the drunk tank,</i>

280
00:12:26,409 --> 00:12:29,511
<i>I thought I'd save some
money and get my law degree.</i>

281
00:12:29,545 --> 00:12:33,348
<i>It turned my life around.
Now I'm "Larry the cadillac lawyer."</i>

282
00:12:33,382 --> 00:12:34,982
[ laughter ]

283
00:12:35,017 --> 00:12:37,118
<i>Got my office in the trunk of my car.</i>

284
00:12:37,152 --> 00:12:39,519
<i>So, if you slip and fall,
you can come and find me ... </i>

285
00:12:39,554 --> 00:12:42,722
<i>and my caddie.
Thanks for letting me share.</i>

286
00:12:44,358 --> 00:12:47,626
- Five-minute coffee break, okay?
- Recognize anyone?

287
00:12:47,660 --> 00:12:50,628
She looks familiar, but...
I can't place her.

288
00:12:53,231 --> 00:12:54,531
Vince!

289
00:12:57,034 --> 00:12:58,234
Great seeing you, too.

290
00:12:58,269 --> 00:13:02,272
Oh, come on, Vinnie.
You really don't recognize me?

291
00:13:02,306 --> 00:13:05,508
- I... know we know each other.
- We did.

292
00:13:07,778 --> 00:13:10,345
Oh, god.
[ chuckles ]

293
00:13:10,380 --> 00:13:12,247
Oh.

294
00:13:14,283 --> 00:13:17,418
Detective Frost,
this is my first wife, Dana.

295
00:13:17,452 --> 00:13:20,021
- How do you do?
- Oh, hi. Wow.

296
00:13:20,055 --> 00:13:21,555
Uh, how do you forget your wife?

297
00:13:21,589 --> 00:13:24,091
Oh, it's okay. It's been a while.

298
00:13:24,125 --> 00:13:25,358
40 years.

299
00:13:25,393 --> 00:13:27,026
And we were only
married for three weeks.

300
00:13:27,060 --> 00:13:29,761
Well, it was a year, actually,
but I spent most of it in Vietnam.

301
00:13:29,795 --> 00:13:31,295
I still owe you an apology.

302
00:13:31,330 --> 00:13:32,730
Pfft.

303
00:13:32,764 --> 00:13:35,699
No need. It was so long ago.

304
00:13:35,733 --> 00:13:38,602
Dana, we need your help.

305
00:13:39,670 --> 00:13:42,705
Phil.
Is he in trouble?

306
00:13:42,740 --> 00:13:44,273
He's dead.

307
00:13:49,446 --> 00:13:52,383
- How?
- We don't know yet.

308
00:13:52,417 --> 00:13:54,451
He was just here this morning.

309
00:13:54,485 --> 00:13:56,586
He comes here almost every day.

310
00:13:56,621 --> 00:13:58,219
My name and number were in his wallet.

311
00:13:58,254 --> 00:14:00,689
- Did you give them to him?
- Yes.

312
00:14:01,624 --> 00:14:03,358
I talk about you sometimes.

313
00:14:05,495 --> 00:14:07,062
Let it go, Dana. I have.

314
00:14:07,097 --> 00:14:08,730
Why did you give him my number?

315
00:14:08,764 --> 00:14:12,533
He said he needed a cop he could
trust. But he didn't say why.

316
00:14:12,567 --> 00:14:14,701
Do you know who this is?

317
00:14:16,337 --> 00:14:21,708
- I have no idea. No.
- Was Phil close with anyone here?

318
00:14:21,742 --> 00:14:25,611
No. Not really.
Oh, wait. Wait.

319
00:14:25,645 --> 00:14:27,446
He had just started
hanging out with a woman.

320
00:14:27,480 --> 00:14:30,448
- I don't know her name.
- Can you give us a description?

321
00:14:30,483 --> 00:14:35,187
Mm, 40s, blond...
tall, thin, unhappy.

322
00:14:35,221 --> 00:14:40,492
- That's really all I know.
- Thanks.

323
00:14:42,628 --> 00:14:46,165
- Good to see you.
- You too.

324
00:14:46,200 --> 00:14:51,237
Oh, yeah, really good.
Hey, what was your name, again?

325
00:14:54,408 --> 00:14:58,110
No, I understand.
Thanks for your help, Dan.

326
00:14:58,145 --> 00:15:01,647
Okay. That was the A.D.A.
It's what I thought ...

327
00:15:01,681 --> 00:15:03,648
As his mother, Lydia has a legal claim.

328
00:15:03,682 --> 00:15:06,216
- She holds all the cards.
- What about Tommy?

329
00:15:06,251 --> 00:15:07,818
We didn't get the
paternity test back yet.

330
00:15:07,852 --> 00:15:10,119
A relative can file a motion
for temporary guardianship.

331
00:15:10,154 --> 00:15:11,387
Okay.

332
00:15:11,455 --> 00:15:13,656
But it's a three-month
wait for a hearing.

333
00:15:13,690 --> 00:15:16,825
- Which means T.J. goes into foster care.
- We can't do that to him.

334
00:15:16,860 --> 00:15:19,461
Lydia does seem a bit hapless,
but she doesn't seem evil.

335
00:15:19,495 --> 00:15:21,930
I mean, I don't like her,
but T.J.'s definitely better

336
00:15:21,931 --> 00:15:24,365
off with her than being
bounced around in the system.

337
00:15:24,399 --> 00:15:25,733
[ sighs ]

338
00:15:25,801 --> 00:15:27,468
Frankie, you don't think
she'd hurt him, do you?

339
00:15:27,502 --> 00:15:28,902
No way ... I wouldn't
have let her take him

340
00:15:28,937 --> 00:15:30,304
if I thought something
was gonna happen to him.

341
00:15:30,338 --> 00:15:33,374
Well, what about Lydia's mother?
Lydia said that she doesn't like babies.

342
00:15:33,408 --> 00:15:34,675
Maybe we should try to get him.

343
00:15:34,709 --> 00:15:37,411
What?
You would like to raise T.J.?

344
00:15:37,445 --> 00:15:38,779
Sort of, yeah.

345
00:15:38,813 --> 00:15:42,482
I mean, not full time.
Just... some of the time.

346
00:15:43,284 --> 00:15:44,817
I don't know! We should tell Ma.

347
00:15:44,852 --> 00:15:46,352
Well, Tommy wants to tell her

348
00:15:46,387 --> 00:15:47,454
once he gets the
paternity-test results.

349
00:15:47,488 --> 00:15:49,222
Susie: Stomach-contents results

350
00:15:49,256 --> 00:15:51,391
came back positive for
high levels of warfarin.

351
00:15:51,425 --> 00:15:56,294
Which means that the portal of
entry is the food that he ate.

352
00:15:56,329 --> 00:15:59,164
Okay, so we need to get that food.

353
00:15:59,198 --> 00:16:01,666
Frankie, will you get the CSRU
techs, go through the garbage?

354
00:16:01,700 --> 00:16:04,267
Ma said the victim had
a breakfast special.

355
00:16:04,302 --> 00:16:06,436
You want me to look for his scrambled
eggs and half-eaten pancakes?

356
00:16:06,470 --> 00:16:07,770
Are you kidding me?

357
00:16:07,805 --> 00:16:11,409
- It doesn't look like she is.
- Please?!

358
00:16:11,444 --> 00:16:13,245
[ sighs ]

359
00:16:13,280 --> 00:16:15,280
The culprit could also be the coffee,

360
00:16:15,348 --> 00:16:17,816
although the café doesn't
serve chocolate-mint coffee.

361
00:16:17,850 --> 00:16:20,318
Okay, so put a disposable coffee cup

362
00:16:20,352 --> 00:16:23,687
on your treasure-hunt list.
Thank you!

363
00:16:23,721 --> 00:16:25,789
[ door opens ]

364
00:16:25,823 --> 00:16:27,757
[ door closes ]

365
00:16:27,792 --> 00:16:29,425
Okay, is that why you
moved the bookshelf?

366
00:16:29,460 --> 00:16:31,294
So you could see all
the dead bodies come in?

367
00:16:31,328 --> 00:16:33,761
Yes. Isn't it convenient?

368
00:16:36,299 --> 00:16:38,433
Oh, yes.
I'm forgetting all my troubles.

369
00:16:45,871 --> 00:16:47,872
I'm sorry.
I don't recall your name.

370
00:16:47,906 --> 00:16:49,473
Alex. Alex Simmons.

371
00:16:49,507 --> 00:16:51,976
I haven't been doing
many shifts lately ...

372
00:16:52,010 --> 00:16:54,378
not since I started medical school.

373
00:16:54,412 --> 00:16:56,079
Wonderful. Congratulations.

374
00:16:56,114 --> 00:16:58,748
Thank you. It's a lot of work, but
it's what I always wanted to do.

375
00:17:00,817 --> 00:17:04,520
Dr. Isles, is that
a Casandra Strickenberg?

376
00:17:06,827 --> 00:17:09,466
Uh, why, yes, it is.
[ chuckles ]

377
00:17:09,500 --> 00:17:11,167
How did you know?

378
00:17:11,201 --> 00:17:13,035
Her giveaway is the trapunto
effect in the appliqués.

379
00:17:13,069 --> 00:17:16,505
Love the hand-stitching.
Such gorgeous fabric.

380
00:17:16,539 --> 00:17:18,440
[ clears throat ]
With an eye like that,

381
00:17:18,474 --> 00:17:20,675
maybe you should've considered
[ chuckling ] fashion design.

382
00:17:20,710 --> 00:17:22,143
Actually, I love to sew.

383
00:17:22,178 --> 00:17:24,512
I'm lucky ...
great fine motor skills.

384
00:17:24,546 --> 00:17:26,447
I also knit, crotchet, and bead.

385
00:17:26,481 --> 00:17:28,449
- Bead?
- Yeah.

386
00:17:28,483 --> 00:17:29,483
Cool.

387
00:17:30,985 --> 00:17:32,619
So, Alex, why don't you
tell us about the victim?

388
00:17:32,653 --> 00:17:35,155
Lucy Cox, 32. Found dead in
her apartment in Dorchester.

389
00:17:35,189 --> 00:17:37,090
No signs of visible trauma.

390
00:17:39,026 --> 00:17:42,161
Bloody mucus. I'll have to do
a gram stain for the sputum.

391
00:17:42,195 --> 00:17:44,096
The paramedics note
how long she was ill?

392
00:17:44,130 --> 00:17:48,032
A week? Neighbor said she was at
home from work with a bad cough.

393
00:17:48,066 --> 00:17:50,867
Significant pleural effusion.

394
00:17:52,603 --> 00:17:56,840
Splinter hemorrhages.
Oh, no.

395
00:17:56,874 --> 00:17:58,908
I'm gonna tell you both
something very frightening,

396
00:17:58,943 --> 00:18:01,177
but I don't want either
of you to panic, all right?

397
00:18:01,211 --> 00:18:03,012
Maura, what is it?

398
00:18:03,046 --> 00:18:04,480
Hold your breath and move as
fast as you can to the crime lab.

399
00:18:04,514 --> 00:18:05,614
We have a code red.

400
00:18:05,648 --> 00:18:07,115
Go now!

401
00:18:07,149 --> 00:18:09,250
[ alarm blaring ]

402
00:18:19,826 --> 00:18:21,794
Come on. I'm asking you
to list the possibilities.

403
00:18:21,828 --> 00:18:24,529
- All right? That's not guessing.
- Jane, try to stay calm.

404
00:18:24,563 --> 00:18:27,231
I am calm.
It's my imagination that's hysterical.

405
00:18:27,265 --> 00:18:30,734
Is it Ebola or Leprosy or
die-before-lunch syndrome?

406
00:18:30,768 --> 00:18:35,805
Ebola is a possibility.
So is Sars, Anthrax, Dengue fever,

407
00:18:35,840 --> 00:18:39,008
west Nile virus,
drug-resistant tuberculosis...

408
00:18:41,178 --> 00:18:43,745
<i>[ muffled ] I'm Captain
Green, incident commander.</i>

409
00:18:43,780 --> 00:18:45,247
<i>I need to know your level
of exposure.</i>

410
00:18:45,281 --> 00:18:47,483
Limited physical contact,
possible aspiration.

411
00:18:47,517 --> 00:18:49,952
<i>Remove your clothing.
Place it in these bags.</i>

412
00:18:49,986 --> 00:18:52,955
<i>Shower with the decontamination soap.</i>

413
00:18:52,989 --> 00:18:55,157
<i>Change into the Tyvek suit.</i>

414
00:18:55,191 --> 00:18:57,625
Ohh. I've only worn this
Casandra Strickenberg once.

415
00:18:57,659 --> 00:19:00,159
- Oh, how awful.
- Yeah, it's a real tragedy.

416
00:19:00,194 --> 00:19:01,761
You need to take
a decontamination shower.

417
00:19:01,795 --> 00:19:02,795
Wh...

418
00:19:05,265 --> 00:19:06,765
Where's the stall?

419
00:19:06,799 --> 00:19:08,967
Well, now is no time to be modest, Jane.

420
00:19:09,001 --> 00:19:12,170
The longer you delay, the more
chance you have of becoming infected.

421
00:19:15,173 --> 00:19:16,773
Well, this is awkward.

422
00:19:16,808 --> 00:19:17,941
[ yawns ]

423
00:19:18,943 --> 00:19:21,510
Sorry. Medical school.

424
00:19:21,545 --> 00:19:23,212
I'm exhausted. It's killing me.

425
00:19:26,015 --> 00:19:28,016
But ...

426
00:19:36,959 --> 00:19:38,159
What?!

427
00:19:43,231 --> 00:19:44,665
[ yawns ]

428
00:19:49,905 --> 00:19:53,007
- You want your Tyvek now?
- Yeah. I can't wait to wear it.

429
00:19:53,041 --> 00:19:55,042
I would also like about a
hundred more of these tiny towels.

430
00:19:55,076 --> 00:19:56,076
[ yawning ] Mm.

431
00:19:56,111 --> 00:19:59,546
Okay.
I am officially offended.

432
00:19:59,580 --> 00:20:00,680
[ computer beeps ]

433
00:20:00,715 --> 00:20:03,650
- This is interesting.
- Wha...

434
00:20:07,588 --> 00:20:10,056
<i>What? That Alex fell
asleep while I was naked?</i>

435
00:20:11,725 --> 00:20:13,158
He's obviously not into women.

436
00:20:13,193 --> 00:20:14,693
[ scoffs ]

437
00:20:14,728 --> 00:20:16,161
No, I'm talking to an
official from the CDC.

438
00:20:16,195 --> 00:20:19,831
No reports of any hemorrhagic
viruses anywhere in Massachusetts.

439
00:20:19,865 --> 00:20:21,666
That's great news.

440
00:20:21,700 --> 00:20:24,168
But there's an outbreak of
bacterial meningitis in Boston.

441
00:20:24,202 --> 00:20:25,769
- Is that treatable?
- Yes.

442
00:20:25,804 --> 00:20:28,039
There's a gram stain
test coming back soon.

443
00:20:28,073 --> 00:20:31,008
- Alex! Are you okay?
- I'm fine, babe.

444
00:20:31,944 --> 00:20:33,678
Oh. So he's not into women?

445
00:20:33,712 --> 00:20:35,813
<i>Hello? I'm the one that
has to supervise him.</i>

446
00:20:35,848 --> 00:20:37,982
I did a striptease in
front of my morgue tech.

447
00:20:38,016 --> 00:20:39,817
Oh, no worries.
He wasn't watching.

448
00:20:40,886 --> 00:20:41,986
I didn't know you two were together.

449
00:20:42,020 --> 00:20:45,622
<i>We've been keeping it a secret.
I hope that's okay.</i>

450
00:20:45,656 --> 00:20:47,190
<i>There's no policy in place
about dating coworkers.</i>

451
00:20:47,258 --> 00:20:49,858
[ chuckling ] Oh, yeah, no.
You can shower in front of them.

452
00:20:49,893 --> 00:20:51,126
Frost: You guys okay?

453
00:20:51,160 --> 00:20:55,363
- Maura: We're fine. Thank you.
- Yes, we're fine. Just peachy.

454
00:20:55,397 --> 00:20:57,164
I love being Jane the bubble girl.

455
00:20:57,198 --> 00:20:58,999
Frankie, you didn't tell Ma
about me or the baby, right?

456
00:20:59,033 --> 00:20:59,999
You kidding me?

457
00:21:00,034 --> 00:21:03,002
- Did you find the food?
- No. I'm sorry.

458
00:21:03,037 --> 00:21:04,937
[ sighs ]

459
00:21:04,972 --> 00:21:07,740
Bring me up to speed on the case.

460
00:21:07,774 --> 00:21:09,174
Jane, it can wait.

461
00:21:10,310 --> 00:21:15,380
- Susie, is that the gram stain test?
- It's bacterial meningitis, Dr. Isles.

462
00:21:15,414 --> 00:21:17,048
- Oh, that's wonderful.
- Yay?

463
00:21:18,917 --> 00:21:22,184
- You are free to go.
- Yes! Whoo!

464
00:21:22,218 --> 00:21:25,687
Thank you. That's...
far enough.

465
00:21:26,722 --> 00:21:28,189
Thank you.

466
00:21:28,223 --> 00:21:29,890
Captain Green, you didn't
by any chance happen to keep

467
00:21:29,958 --> 00:21:31,858
the Casandra Strickenberg, did you?

468
00:21:32,793 --> 00:21:34,093
My skirt.

469
00:21:34,128 --> 00:21:38,030
Ah. It was just about to be autoclaved.
I stopped them.

470
00:21:38,065 --> 00:21:40,032
Oh, thank you.
[ chuckles ]

471
00:21:40,067 --> 00:21:43,002
- Good job.
- Yes. What a relief.

472
00:21:46,239 --> 00:21:49,240
[ chuckles ]

473
00:21:49,275 --> 00:21:50,975
Welcome back.

474
00:21:51,009 --> 00:21:53,744
You think it's weird for a guy
not to recognize his ex-wife?

475
00:21:53,812 --> 00:21:56,980
- Not if he's had a head injury.
- That explains so many things.

476
00:21:57,014 --> 00:21:59,415
Stop, would you? It's
almost 40 years ago.

477
00:21:59,450 --> 00:22:00,783
She looked different.

478
00:22:00,817 --> 00:22:03,319
Oh! Okay. I get it now.

479
00:22:03,353 --> 00:22:04,653
She doubled in size.

480
00:22:04,688 --> 00:22:07,321
- Where's Detective Cooper?
- The drug unit borrowed her back.

481
00:22:07,356 --> 00:22:11,024
- For how long?
- Mm. A while.

482
00:22:11,059 --> 00:22:12,726
Riley must be bummed.

483
00:22:12,760 --> 00:22:13,760
<i>Angela: Jane!</i>

484
00:22:14,695 --> 00:22:17,330
- I found it.
- You found what?

485
00:22:17,365 --> 00:22:21,666
Okay, you know how Mr. Stanley
has a "no outside drinks" policy?

486
00:22:21,701 --> 00:22:23,735
I have not memorized the
café's penal code, no.

487
00:22:23,770 --> 00:22:26,238
Well, I remembered
the dead man told me

488
00:22:26,272 --> 00:22:29,073
Mr. Stanley made him
throw out his coffee.

489
00:22:29,108 --> 00:22:34,277
And I found his mint-chocolate
fro-cap in the lobby garbage.

490
00:22:34,312 --> 00:22:35,678
Ma, this ... this is great.

491
00:22:35,713 --> 00:22:37,113
[ cellphone vibrates ]
Um...

492
00:22:37,147 --> 00:22:38,180
[ cellphone beeps ]

493
00:22:38,214 --> 00:22:41,081
- Okay, Maura's got something.
- What the heck?

494
00:22:43,084 --> 00:22:44,952
It's Dana. She wants to
talk about Phil's murder.

495
00:22:53,156 --> 00:22:55,257
<i>Dana: I've really been
wrestling with myself. </i>

496
00:22:55,292 --> 00:22:58,795
A.A. works because
everything you say is safe.

497
00:22:58,829 --> 00:23:02,032
- It can't be repeated.
- Dana, Phil Taylor was murdered.

498
00:23:02,066 --> 00:23:04,067
It's possible the killer was someone
he met at one of those meetings.

499
00:23:05,536 --> 00:23:08,738
- Phil said he ruined a life.
- Whose life? Did he say?

500
00:23:08,772 --> 00:23:11,474
A little boy's.
When he shared last night,

501
00:23:11,508 --> 00:23:14,743
he said he was finally ready
for justice to take its course.

502
00:23:14,777 --> 00:23:17,812
Do you think maybe he was coming
here to turn himself in to me?

503
00:23:17,846 --> 00:23:21,883
I don't know.
He was scared.

504
00:23:21,917 --> 00:23:24,152
Dana, exactly what did he say?

505
00:23:26,188 --> 00:23:28,890
He said he had blood on his hands,

506
00:23:28,924 --> 00:23:32,293
that he made another terrible
mistake ... worse than the boy.

507
00:23:32,327 --> 00:23:35,930
He said he couldn't live with
himself until he made it right.

508
00:23:36,998 --> 00:23:39,166
That's all he said.

509
00:23:39,201 --> 00:23:42,136
Any idea how long he'd
been coming to meetings?

510
00:23:42,170 --> 00:23:46,072
- We just gave him his five-year chip.
- Thanks. That helps a lot.

511
00:23:47,308 --> 00:23:48,308
Vince.

512
00:23:49,343 --> 00:23:54,045
I'm really sorry I didn't wait for you.
It's my biggest regret.

513
00:23:54,080 --> 00:23:58,382
A lot of guys got "Dear John" letters.
It's okay, Dana.

514
00:23:58,416 --> 00:23:59,883
I'm glad you got help,
straightened your life out.

515
00:24:07,191 --> 00:24:09,425
It's safe.

516
00:24:09,459 --> 00:24:12,461
It is so clean in here,
you can eat off the tables.

517
00:24:12,495 --> 00:24:14,162
Let's not, Maura.

518
00:24:14,196 --> 00:24:17,164
Bacterial meningitis doesn't
survive its host's death.

519
00:24:17,199 --> 00:24:18,799
Results on the contents
of the coffee cup.

520
00:24:18,833 --> 00:24:21,066
It tested positive for
high levels of warfarin.

521
00:24:21,101 --> 00:24:22,335
Thank you.

522
00:24:22,369 --> 00:24:26,305
- Alex is very nice.
- Yeah, he said the same about you.

523
00:24:26,339 --> 00:24:29,340
He couldn't believe how comfortable
you were being naked around him.

524
00:24:29,375 --> 00:24:31,008
Really? He noticed?

525
00:24:31,043 --> 00:24:33,343
This might be a little too
much information for my boss,

526
00:24:33,378 --> 00:24:35,345
but we met at a nudist retreat.

527
00:24:35,380 --> 00:24:36,880
Oh!

528
00:24:36,914 --> 00:24:38,414
If you want to join us
sometime, that would be...

529
00:24:39,349 --> 00:24:42,318
Well, many illnesses can
be improved with nudity

530
00:24:42,353 --> 00:24:45,154
and some vitamin "D."
Psoriasis, for instance.

531
00:24:45,189 --> 00:24:46,956
- Is there hiking?
- Hiking?

532
00:24:46,990 --> 00:24:48,257
Well, less likely to
contract Lyme disease

533
00:24:48,291 --> 00:24:49,391
if you're not wearing any clothing.

534
00:24:50,393 --> 00:24:52,260
Thank you.
That sounds heavenly, Susie.

535
00:24:52,294 --> 00:24:53,461
We'll let you know.

536
00:24:55,196 --> 00:24:58,199
Really?
Aren't you the one that was worried

537
00:24:58,233 --> 00:25:00,201
about stripping in front
of your morgue tech?

538
00:25:00,235 --> 00:25:03,537
- Well, now that I know he's a nudist...
- Results, please.

539
00:25:04,972 --> 00:25:07,507
The cup tested positive for warfarin.

540
00:25:07,541 --> 00:25:09,943
That is how our victim was poisoned.

541
00:25:09,977 --> 00:25:11,611
Too bad. I was really
hoping to arrest Stanley.

542
00:25:11,645 --> 00:25:13,513
[ chuckles ]
Not today.

543
00:25:13,548 --> 00:25:16,856
Okay, so, Phil guzzles
rat poison in his fro-cap.

544
00:25:16,891 --> 00:25:18,959
I'm guessing he didn't taste it

545
00:25:18,994 --> 00:25:20,461
because of all the
chocolate and the mint?

546
00:25:20,495 --> 00:25:23,396
1,500 calories in a mint fro-cap?

547
00:25:23,430 --> 00:25:25,531
No wonder he has so much adipose tissue.

548
00:25:25,565 --> 00:25:27,399
[ computer beeps ]

549
00:25:27,433 --> 00:25:33,471
50 Boston Joes in the city.
Which one sold him his fro-cap?

550
00:25:33,505 --> 00:25:35,406
Phil must have been talking about this boy.

551
00:25:35,440 --> 00:25:38,308
Why else would he have
this photo in his wallet?

552
00:25:38,376 --> 00:25:41,144
Well, he started going
to A.A. five years ago.

553
00:25:41,178 --> 00:25:43,412
Right about the time he lost
that big pharmaceutical gig.

554
00:25:43,447 --> 00:25:45,014
Maybe his company knew something.

555
00:25:45,048 --> 00:25:46,882
Frost, did you check
Phil's driving record?

556
00:25:46,916 --> 00:25:48,984
Yeah. It was clean.

557
00:25:49,018 --> 00:25:51,352
Rizzoli: Looks about 8 years old.
Maybe we try

558
00:25:51,353 --> 00:25:53,588
running hit-and-runs
over the last five years.

559
00:25:53,622 --> 00:25:55,222
Look for one that involves a young boy.

560
00:25:55,257 --> 00:26:01,028
Okay.
So, Vince, how'd it go with Dana?

561
00:26:01,062 --> 00:26:02,562
What's that supposed to mean?

562
00:26:02,597 --> 00:26:05,965
- It means, did you remember her?
- Oh. Yeah.

563
00:26:05,999 --> 00:26:07,500
We made love on the
interview-room table.

564
00:26:07,534 --> 00:26:11,170
Why would you put that
image inside my head?

565
00:26:11,204 --> 00:26:13,138
Okay, here we go ...

566
00:26:13,173 --> 00:26:16,443
Hit-and-run five years
ago on Phil's block.

567
00:26:16,477 --> 00:26:19,579
The victim was an 8-year-old
boy ... Jimmy Flores.

568
00:26:19,614 --> 00:26:22,315
- Look at the newspaper photo.
- Mm-hmm.

569
00:26:22,350 --> 00:26:25,151
- What happened to Jimmy?
- He was paralyzed.

570
00:26:25,186 --> 00:26:28,052
Was Phil ever a person of
interest in the hit-and-run?

571
00:26:28,087 --> 00:26:30,055
Pulling up the police report.

572
00:26:30,089 --> 00:26:33,525
Police interviewed Phil once.
Says his lawyer was with him.

573
00:26:33,559 --> 00:26:36,427
Lawyer told police
Phil's car was stolen.

574
00:26:39,164 --> 00:26:40,297
Jane, uh ...

575
00:26:41,232 --> 00:26:42,600
[ clears throat ]

576
00:26:42,634 --> 00:26:44,669
Tommy wants us to meet at
your apartment after work.

577
00:26:44,703 --> 00:26:46,270
Frankie, we're in the
middle of a homicide.

578
00:26:46,304 --> 00:26:49,206
Fine.
Then don't blame me

579
00:26:49,241 --> 00:26:51,409
when you're investigating
Tommys homicide tomorrow.

580
00:26:51,443 --> 00:26:52,543
You probably should go.

581
00:26:52,577 --> 00:26:56,947
Okay. I will be there.
Thank you.

582
00:26:56,981 --> 00:26:59,616
So, Phil confesses to
having blood on his hands

583
00:26:59,650 --> 00:27:02,018
and needing to make something right.

584
00:27:02,052 --> 00:27:05,253
And the next day, he's dead.
So, what did he mean?

585
00:27:06,656 --> 00:27:09,690
Let's start with his fro-cap.

586
00:27:09,725 --> 00:27:10,991
[ keyboard clacking ]

587
00:27:11,025 --> 00:27:12,392
[ computer beeps ]

588
00:27:12,427 --> 00:27:14,594
There's a Boston Joe's
right next to St. Avitus.

589
00:27:14,629 --> 00:27:17,964
Go. I'll keep digging.
Take Korsak.

590
00:27:17,998 --> 00:27:21,466
He needs a minty fro-cap
after working up a sweat

591
00:27:21,501 --> 00:27:23,067
with that wife
he couldn't remember.

592
00:27:23,135 --> 00:27:25,502
[ laughs ]

593
00:27:27,672 --> 00:27:31,173
<i>Dana dumped you when
you were in Vietnam?</i>

594
00:27:31,207 --> 00:27:34,575
- She met somebody.
- Okay, that's terrible.

595
00:27:34,643 --> 00:27:37,377
And I'm glad she doubled in size.
[ chuckles ]

596
00:27:37,411 --> 00:27:39,111
Hi. Can I help you?

597
00:27:39,145 --> 00:27:41,379
Hi. Boston homicide.
Do you recognize this man?

598
00:27:41,414 --> 00:27:43,481
Oh, sure. That's
"five-pump minty extra."

599
00:27:44,516 --> 00:27:46,250
Five pumps with extra chocolate.

600
00:27:46,284 --> 00:27:49,419
- Was he in here early this morning?
- He's here early every day.

601
00:27:49,454 --> 00:27:50,754
Did you see "five-pump" with anyone?

602
00:27:50,788 --> 00:27:53,056
Yeah ... "double-tall,
non-fat, no-foam latte."

603
00:27:53,091 --> 00:27:55,659
[ sighs ] And what does
"double-tall, nonfat" look like?

604
00:27:55,694 --> 00:27:58,062
Tall, skinny blonde.
Sourpuss.

605
00:27:58,096 --> 00:27:59,430
Dana mentioned a woman

606
00:27:59,464 --> 00:28:01,331
that Phil hung out with
at A.A. meetings ...

607
00:28:01,366 --> 00:28:03,000
blond, tall, thin, unhappy.

608
00:28:03,034 --> 00:28:06,202
Yeah, she's always complaining.
Says she can taste caramel in her latte,

609
00:28:06,237 --> 00:28:08,337
so she has me make it again
'cause she doesn't do sugar.

610
00:28:08,372 --> 00:28:10,405
So explain to me why she was
pouring all that sugar in today.

611
00:28:10,440 --> 00:28:13,141
Did she take "five-pump
minty's" drink, too?

612
00:28:13,176 --> 00:28:15,610
I think so.
Excuse me.

613
00:28:15,644 --> 00:28:17,546
<i>I have a triple-tall,
no-foam, extra-whip,</i>

614
00:28:17,580 --> 00:28:20,081
<i>half-chocolate, half-caramel
fro-cap at the bar.</i>

615
00:28:20,115 --> 00:28:21,182
[ sighs ]

616
00:28:21,216 --> 00:28:23,367
I'm guessing that wasn't
sugar that "double-tall"

617
00:28:23,368 --> 00:28:25,519
was pouring into
"five-pump minty's" fro-cap.

618
00:28:32,456 --> 00:28:36,125
- Jane: Ma, I'm so sorry.
- I just don't understand.

619
00:28:36,159 --> 00:28:39,194
We just can't walk away
from that baby.

620
00:28:39,228 --> 00:28:44,065
- I talked to Lydia.
- Is she gonna share custody?

621
00:28:44,099 --> 00:28:47,500
No, she says she can't forgive
herself for abandoning Mario.

622
00:28:47,535 --> 00:28:49,469
"Mario"?
You named him Mario?

623
00:28:49,504 --> 00:28:53,372
- Ma!
- Lydia named him Thomas Sparks Jr.

624
00:28:53,407 --> 00:28:55,040
"T.J."

625
00:28:56,443 --> 00:29:00,846
- The paternity test came back.
- And?

626
00:29:04,082 --> 00:29:05,115
[ voice breaking ]
He's mine.

627
00:29:05,149 --> 00:29:06,383
[ laughter ]

628
00:29:06,417 --> 00:29:09,819
- Tommy's a baby daddy.
- I-I told you what I did.

629
00:29:09,854 --> 00:29:13,155
I mean, I can't be a father
to him. He almost got killed.

630
00:29:13,189 --> 00:29:16,958
Oh, Tommy.
He rolled off your chest.

631
00:29:16,992 --> 00:29:19,761
- I dropped you once.
- Oh, my god!

632
00:29:19,795 --> 00:29:22,362
- Is that what happened to him?
- What's that supposed to mean?

633
00:29:22,397 --> 00:29:28,433
I was rocking him, and I fell asleep.
You were fine.

634
00:29:28,467 --> 00:29:32,436
You, uh... bumped your lip.
I cried. You cried.

635
00:29:32,471 --> 00:29:34,039
And look ... it's all okay.

636
00:29:34,073 --> 00:29:37,849
Tommy, it's all right, okay?
[ smooches ] We'll all help you.

637
00:29:37,884 --> 00:29:39,284
Yeah. Come on, Tommy.
Man up.

638
00:29:39,318 --> 00:29:40,885
Lydia's mom says
they're coming after you

639
00:29:40,919 --> 00:29:42,120
for child support, anyway.

640
00:29:42,154 --> 00:29:44,189
Well, I'm gonna pay child support.
I'm no deadbeat Dad.

641
00:29:44,223 --> 00:29:45,390
Okay, good.

642
00:29:45,424 --> 00:29:48,159
But I don't have a steady job,
and Lydia and I aren't a couple.

643
00:29:48,193 --> 00:29:52,830
Tommy, we want T.J. in our lives.

644
00:29:53,932 --> 00:29:56,232
- So do I.
- All right.

645
00:29:57,167 --> 00:29:59,168
So you fight for joint custody.

646
00:30:01,337 --> 00:30:06,174
Tommy...
there's another way to do this.

647
00:30:10,112 --> 00:30:12,346
Well, if she says she has
a plan, she has a plan.

648
00:30:12,381 --> 00:30:15,049
Yeah, but I think we all know
about my mother's planning.

649
00:30:15,084 --> 00:30:17,285
That's where Tommy got
his "planning" abilities.

650
00:30:17,320 --> 00:30:18,819
Oh, if it doesn't work out,

651
00:30:18,854 --> 00:30:21,221
you can always use
defense condition one.

652
00:30:21,255 --> 00:30:23,890
Um, I-it's much cooler
if you say "Defcon one."

653
00:30:23,924 --> 00:30:26,626
- Def... Con... One.
- Much cooler.

654
00:30:29,230 --> 00:30:31,164
- Morning, sweetheart.
- Morning, Ma.

655
00:30:31,198 --> 00:30:32,265
Morning, Stanley.

656
00:30:36,136 --> 00:30:39,238
- Arrest me.
- What's the charge ...

657
00:30:39,272 --> 00:30:41,507
Felony or misdemeanor
asshole-ish-ness?

658
00:30:41,541 --> 00:30:43,376
- Jane!
- Stay out of this, Rizzoli.

659
00:30:43,410 --> 00:30:46,378
- Felony.
- I need to confess,

660
00:30:46,412 --> 00:30:48,446
and I'd prefer to do it
in the proper surroundings.

661
00:30:48,481 --> 00:30:51,382
Oh, I can't wait to hear
what you have to say.

662
00:30:51,417 --> 00:30:54,118
Yeah, let's go ... upstairs.

663
00:30:59,624 --> 00:31:00,891
That camera better be on,

664
00:31:00,925 --> 00:31:02,626
because I don't want
you twisting my words.

665
00:31:02,660 --> 00:31:04,761
I'm old enough to remember
the Watergate tapes.

666
00:31:04,795 --> 00:31:07,263
Talk. We're in the middle
of a murder investigation.

667
00:31:07,297 --> 00:31:10,433
- I did it!
- You killed Phil Taylor?

668
00:31:10,467 --> 00:31:12,268
I hid key evidence in
a homicide investigation.

669
00:31:12,302 --> 00:31:14,470
I should be punished to
the full extent of the law.

670
00:31:14,504 --> 00:31:17,540
You took the food?
Where is it?

671
00:31:17,574 --> 00:31:18,941
[ sighs ]

672
00:31:22,312 --> 00:31:25,280
- Why did you take it?
- I panicked!

673
00:31:25,314 --> 00:31:26,548
I didn't want the café to
be blamed, so I grabbed it.

674
00:31:26,582 --> 00:31:28,449
And then,
when it became a murder ...

675
00:31:28,483 --> 00:31:30,284
No, this is very serious, Stanley.

676
00:31:30,319 --> 00:31:32,620
I hope you have a very,
very good legal team.

677
00:31:32,654 --> 00:31:33,921
[ sighs ]

678
00:31:34,923 --> 00:31:38,825
Division 1 café was my life's work.
You people are...

679
00:31:39,960 --> 00:31:41,494
You're family.

680
00:31:42,362 --> 00:31:45,929
- No kidding? Family?
- Just like in a real family,

681
00:31:45,964 --> 00:31:47,933
you don't always like
all your relatives.

682
00:31:47,967 --> 00:31:50,002
Yeah, I know exactly what you mean.

683
00:31:50,036 --> 00:31:51,536
God, I wish there was something
we could charge him with.

684
00:31:51,571 --> 00:31:53,905
- What?
- [ sighs ] You're free to go.

685
00:31:53,939 --> 00:31:55,206
- I am?
- Yeah.

686
00:31:55,241 --> 00:31:58,143
Yeah, on one condition.
Two conditions.

687
00:31:58,177 --> 00:32:01,412
You give Mrs. Rizzoli a raise

688
00:32:01,446 --> 00:32:04,747
and you stop calling her
[ as Stanley ] "Rizzoli!"

689
00:32:07,119 --> 00:32:09,487
[ normal voice ]
Hmm? [ sighs ]

690
00:32:09,521 --> 00:32:12,489
<i>Frost: This is from the
doorway into the Boston Joe's.</i>

691
00:32:12,524 --> 00:32:13,557
Okay, that's Phil.

692
00:32:13,592 --> 00:32:17,093
- Yeah, and see the woman?
- Yeah. Who's she?

693
00:32:17,128 --> 00:32:20,029
I'll see what I can do
with facial recognition.

694
00:32:20,064 --> 00:32:21,831
[ computer beeping ]

695
00:32:21,865 --> 00:32:24,067
Okay, I'd like to know what
they're arguing about, too.

696
00:32:24,101 --> 00:32:25,968
No help there. No audio.

697
00:32:26,003 --> 00:32:28,304
[ sighs ]

698
00:32:28,338 --> 00:32:29,939
- Hey, Frankie?
- Yeah?

699
00:32:30,007 --> 00:32:31,006
Come in here.

700
00:32:31,041 --> 00:32:33,842
- Frankie can read lips.
- Really?

701
00:32:33,877 --> 00:32:35,343
Yeah, he spent a lot
of time on the bench

702
00:32:35,378 --> 00:32:37,045
when he started little league...
reading coaches' lips.

703
00:32:37,079 --> 00:32:38,246
I got really good at it.

704
00:32:38,280 --> 00:32:39,480
Got good at benchwarming, too, huh?

705
00:32:39,514 --> 00:32:40,580
[ clears throat ]

706
00:32:40,615 --> 00:32:42,949
- Tell him.
- Tell me what?

707
00:32:43,017 --> 00:32:44,250
- Aw, doesn't matter.
- Yes, it does!

708
00:32:44,284 --> 00:32:46,018
He was an amazing ballplayer,

709
00:32:46,052 --> 00:32:47,520
and he was on his way
to the professionals.

710
00:32:47,554 --> 00:32:50,122
Wow. I'm sorry.

711
00:32:50,156 --> 00:32:51,957
Blew out my arm.
Thrower's elbow.

712
00:32:52,025 --> 00:32:56,528
- So, what do you need?
- Tell us what he's saying.

713
00:32:56,562 --> 00:33:01,198
Uh, okay. He's saying...
"I didn't sign up for this."

714
00:33:01,232 --> 00:33:03,935
- Didn't sign up for what?
- Looks like he's saying...

715
00:33:03,969 --> 00:33:06,170
"I didn't know men in
tights would kill people."

716
00:33:06,905 --> 00:33:10,406
A-mazing.
How does he do it?

717
00:33:10,441 --> 00:33:11,307
Wait. No.

718
00:33:13,910 --> 00:33:16,944
"I didn't know mennonites
would kill people."

719
00:33:17,045 --> 00:33:18,479
Well, there's a mennonite
killer out there.

720
00:33:18,513 --> 00:33:20,113
Not helping, Frost.

721
00:33:20,148 --> 00:33:21,281
[ monitor beeps ]

722
00:33:21,315 --> 00:33:24,517
Whoa. This is.
Got a hit on facial recognition.

723
00:33:24,552 --> 00:33:27,521
Alice Vanderbilt.
Let's go pick her up.

724
00:33:30,326 --> 00:33:34,061
- Frost: Alice has a nice house.
- Korsak: It's in foreclosure.

725
00:33:38,300 --> 00:33:41,536
Jane: Hey, guys.
That's car exhaust.

726
00:33:45,273 --> 00:33:46,306
[ coughing ]

727
00:33:46,340 --> 00:33:48,640
Frost: Engine's running.

728
00:33:50,676 --> 00:33:54,279
I need an ambulance at
1429 Pinecrest Drive.

729
00:33:55,281 --> 00:33:59,150
She's dead.
She's dead.

730
00:34:05,219 --> 00:34:07,386
Cause of death is carbon
monoxide poisoning.

731
00:34:07,420 --> 00:34:11,555
Okay, Alice's fingerprints were on
the car keys, the hose, the doors.

732
00:34:11,590 --> 00:34:13,857
- It's a suicide, isn't it?
- Yes.

733
00:34:13,892 --> 00:34:15,592
All right, so maybe we're
looking at a murder-suicide.

734
00:34:15,627 --> 00:34:18,295
Phil and Alice, they hook up at A.A.

735
00:34:18,329 --> 00:34:20,563
Phil dumps her.
She kills him.

736
00:34:22,599 --> 00:34:24,200
- Hello, Alex.
- Alex: Dr. Isles.

737
00:34:24,234 --> 00:34:26,568
Hey, Susie said you
might be joining us camping.

738
00:34:26,603 --> 00:34:30,939
Huh? No. I can't.
My skin burns so easily.

739
00:34:31,007 --> 00:34:34,509
It does not.
So, Alex, what do we have here?

740
00:34:34,544 --> 00:34:37,245
Victim ... Brian Radcliff, 31.

741
00:34:37,279 --> 00:34:40,181
I think it might be another
case of bacterial meningitis.

742
00:34:41,483 --> 00:34:43,117
I think you might be right.

743
00:34:43,152 --> 00:34:45,919
The CDC is reporting more
cases of meningitis in Boston.

744
00:34:45,954 --> 00:34:47,554
Meningitis. Oh, my god.

745
00:34:47,588 --> 00:34:51,223
<i>Frankie wasn't saying
"men in tights" or "mennonites."</i>

746
00:34:51,257 --> 00:34:54,192
Jane?
Jane?

747
00:34:56,462 --> 00:34:58,263
Jane: Right there.

748
00:34:58,297 --> 00:35:00,331
He's saying, "I didn't know
meningitis would kill people."

749
00:35:00,365 --> 00:35:02,266
That's why he wanted to talk to me.

750
00:35:02,300 --> 00:35:05,435
I'm still not getting how
the mennonites in tights

751
00:35:05,469 --> 00:35:07,069
killed the people with meningitis ...

752
00:35:07,104 --> 00:35:08,604
Or what that has to do
with you, Korsak.

753
00:35:08,638 --> 00:35:11,936
- Yeah, me either.
- You got me. Let's go through it again.

754
00:35:11,971 --> 00:35:14,272
Phil Taylor was a big
pharmaceutical executive,

755
00:35:14,306 --> 00:35:17,175
gets fired, takes a crap job
distributing pharmaceuticals.

756
00:35:17,209 --> 00:35:19,544
Alice Vanderbilt was
a quality-control lab tech

757
00:35:19,578 --> 00:35:21,512
at Rampvex pharmaceutical industries.

758
00:35:21,546 --> 00:35:23,413
Alice had an M.D.?

759
00:35:23,448 --> 00:35:24,882
May that's how she was able
to afford that nice house.

760
00:35:24,916 --> 00:35:26,383
That's in foreclosure.

761
00:35:26,418 --> 00:35:28,552
Her bio says she was
a successful anesthesiologist

762
00:35:28,586 --> 00:35:31,955
- before she closed her practice.
- To become a lab tech?

763
00:35:31,989 --> 00:35:35,556
What did Alice do?
Is her medical license still current?

764
00:35:35,591 --> 00:35:37,124
[ keyboard clacking ]

765
00:35:40,361 --> 00:35:42,428
No. She hasn't
renewed it since 2009.

766
00:35:42,463 --> 00:35:45,531
But she keeps an open
application on file.

767
00:35:45,566 --> 00:35:49,201
Okay. Did our two
victims with meningitis

768
00:35:49,235 --> 00:35:51,002
have any connection to each other?

769
00:35:51,036 --> 00:35:54,171
Both were young professionals
who worked in the financial district.

770
00:35:55,206 --> 00:35:57,507
I found a needle-puncture
wound with a contusion

771
00:35:57,575 --> 00:36:00,542
on the right bicep of the
man who died of meningitis.

772
00:36:00,577 --> 00:36:03,044
So you're saying he
was injected? With what?

773
00:36:03,079 --> 00:36:04,946
A flu vaccine.

774
00:36:06,648 --> 00:36:08,915
Okay, wait a minute.
This is starting to make sense.

775
00:36:08,950 --> 00:36:11,451
Does Rampvex manufacture
flu vaccines?

776
00:36:11,485 --> 00:36:12,952
Yeah.

777
00:36:12,986 --> 00:36:15,155
So, maybe Alice contaminated
the flu vaccines.

778
00:36:15,190 --> 00:36:16,994
And Phil distributed them.

779
00:36:17,029 --> 00:36:19,930
But why would you infect people with
bacterial meningitis? It's treatable.

780
00:36:19,965 --> 00:36:22,566
Same reason somebody tainted
tylenol ... create fear?

781
00:36:22,600 --> 00:36:24,267
No, I don't think so.

782
00:36:24,301 --> 00:36:26,202
Maura, why would two healthy,
young professionals die

783
00:36:26,237 --> 00:36:27,937
if it's a treatable illness?

784
00:36:27,972 --> 00:36:30,240
Well, they only died because
they had underlying problems ...

785
00:36:30,274 --> 00:36:31,541
compromised immune systems.

786
00:36:31,575 --> 00:36:33,576
Otherwise, it would've
just made them very ill.

787
00:36:33,610 --> 00:36:36,011
Pain and suffering ...
plus, they can't work,

788
00:36:36,045 --> 00:36:37,479
all because of a bad flu vaccine?

789
00:36:37,513 --> 00:36:40,281
And Rampvex, the
manufacturer, has deep pockets?

790
00:36:40,315 --> 00:36:41,649
But who's gonna sue?

791
00:36:41,683 --> 00:36:43,417
Neither of our two dead
victims were married.

792
00:36:43,452 --> 00:36:47,521
Oh, you're worth a lot more ill or gravely
injured than dead when you're single.

793
00:36:47,555 --> 00:36:50,190
So, Phil and Alice created
their own class-action lawsuit.

794
00:36:50,225 --> 00:36:53,010
But they were the bad guys.
They couldn't file the lawsuit.

795
00:36:53,327 --> 00:36:56,963
They could if they had one
more partner ... a lawyer.

796
00:36:56,997 --> 00:36:59,465
Hey, Frost, is Phil's lawyer's
name in the hit-and-run report?

797
00:36:59,499 --> 00:37:01,233
[ keyboard clacking ]

798
00:37:01,268 --> 00:37:02,335
No.

799
00:37:03,670 --> 00:37:06,705
But Alice's medical-license
application lists her lawyer.

800
00:37:06,740 --> 00:37:08,474
[ computer beeps ]

801
00:37:08,508 --> 00:37:10,576
What do you know?

802
00:37:12,279 --> 00:37:14,713
It's a lawyer we've met, Frost.

803
00:37:16,783 --> 00:37:19,183
<i>Hi. My name's Larry.</i>

804
00:37:19,218 --> 00:37:20,484
<i>Hi, Larry. Hi, Larry.</i>

805
00:37:20,519 --> 00:37:22,052
And I'm an alcoholic.

806
00:37:22,087 --> 00:37:24,120
Why don't you tell
them the truth, Larry?

807
00:37:24,155 --> 00:37:27,224
- You came here to troll for clients.
- Hey, I'm in the middle of my share.

808
00:37:27,258 --> 00:37:28,558
What is going on?

809
00:37:28,593 --> 00:37:30,160
Larry here isn't actually an alcoholic.

810
00:37:30,194 --> 00:37:31,527
He just likes taking
advantage of people who are

811
00:37:31,562 --> 00:37:34,464
- trying to make their lives better.
- What the hell?

812
00:37:34,498 --> 00:37:36,532
You met Phil and Alice here
and came up with a great scheme.

813
00:37:36,566 --> 00:37:38,534
Hand over the keys to
that big cadillac outside.

814
00:37:38,569 --> 00:37:40,269
We need to have a look at your "office."

815
00:37:40,303 --> 00:37:44,339
- Let me see a warrant.
- Let me see the keys.

816
00:37:45,575 --> 00:37:48,576
- Korsak: It's like christmas.
- Hey, those are private mementos.

817
00:37:50,579 --> 00:37:53,414
"Did a bad flu vaccine
give you meningitis?

818
00:37:53,449 --> 00:37:55,149
Larry the lawyer can help."

819
00:37:55,184 --> 00:37:58,486
Yeah. Helped two young, innocent
people into an early grave.

820
00:37:58,520 --> 00:38:00,421
Let's see what's in Phil's file.

821
00:38:00,455 --> 00:38:02,189
Huh.

822
00:38:02,223 --> 00:38:05,225
You think that's from the
night he ran over Jimmy Flores?

823
00:38:05,259 --> 00:38:07,027
Oh, you are sentimental.

824
00:38:07,061 --> 00:38:09,562
You kept the license plate
from Phil's "stolen" car.

825
00:38:09,596 --> 00:38:12,265
What mementos
did you save from Alice?

826
00:38:12,299 --> 00:38:14,066
No, he handled Alice's malpractice suit

827
00:38:14,100 --> 00:38:16,134
after her drinking killed
a few of her patients.

828
00:38:16,168 --> 00:38:18,436
Hey, I was trying to help my
clients. They were desperate.

829
00:38:18,470 --> 00:38:20,404
Yeah, desperate to get
their livelihoods back.

830
00:38:20,438 --> 00:38:22,172
Too bad your scheme
went a little haywire

831
00:38:22,207 --> 00:38:24,308
when you and Alice realized
Phil had a conscience.

832
00:38:24,342 --> 00:38:26,343
Yeah, Alice had one, too...
she killed herself

833
00:38:26,377 --> 00:38:28,812
when people started dying
from your tainted vaccine.

834
00:38:28,846 --> 00:38:31,381
This looks like the lot
number for the bad vaccine.

835
00:38:31,415 --> 00:38:36,286
It's such a good thing that you
lawyers keep such tidy records.

836
00:38:36,320 --> 00:38:38,421
I'll call public health,
make sure they seize them.

837
00:38:38,456 --> 00:38:40,389
You're under arrest for murder

838
00:38:40,424 --> 00:38:43,259
and conspiracy to commit
murder, Mr. Bukowski.

839
00:38:48,198 --> 00:38:49,832
[ doorbell rings ]

840
00:38:49,866 --> 00:38:51,733
[ sighs ]

841
00:38:53,769 --> 00:38:56,136
- Hello.
- Hi.

842
00:38:56,171 --> 00:38:57,304
[ baby coos ]

843
00:38:57,338 --> 00:38:59,272
Nice to finally meet you in person.

844
00:39:00,341 --> 00:39:04,344
I don't know how to apologize enough
for all that I've put you through.

845
00:39:04,378 --> 00:39:08,349
- [ chuckles ] What about me?
- You too.

846
00:39:08,383 --> 00:39:11,087
Okay. Let's start fresh.

847
00:39:11,121 --> 00:39:12,188
[ baby cooing ]

848
00:39:14,257 --> 00:39:16,692
We are so glad that you
could join us for dinner.

849
00:39:16,726 --> 00:39:20,568
Yeah, what are we having?
I don't like spicy.

850
00:39:21,530 --> 00:39:23,164
[ sighs ]

851
00:39:23,198 --> 00:39:25,098
Think you're gonna like
being called "grandma"?

852
00:39:25,133 --> 00:39:30,203
By Tommy Jr.?
Yeah. I think I'm gonna like it.

853
00:39:30,271 --> 00:39:31,637
[ chuckles ]

854
00:39:31,672 --> 00:39:33,266
I like getting another shot at this.

855
00:39:33,300 --> 00:39:37,244
Yeah, I didn't do so
bad with Lydia, did I?

856
00:39:37,279 --> 00:39:43,584
This baby provides us an
opportunity to, uh... start new.

857
00:39:45,820 --> 00:39:48,855
- Yeah.
- Can we get you something to drink?

858
00:39:50,624 --> 00:39:54,393
Water for me.
Which one of you is the doctor?

859
00:39:54,427 --> 00:39:55,861
I am.

860
00:39:55,895 --> 00:40:00,128
I need that stuff ... uh,
makes you sick if you drink.

861
00:40:00,163 --> 00:40:03,365
Antabuse. I can write
you a prescription.

862
00:40:03,399 --> 00:40:07,802
Can you believe it?
All because of this little guy.

863
00:40:07,837 --> 00:40:10,471
If you get tired or you need to
go to the bathroom or anything,

864
00:40:10,506 --> 00:40:12,273
I'd be happy to hold Tommy Jr.

865
00:40:12,307 --> 00:40:16,143
Oh ... "T.J."
Here.

866
00:40:16,177 --> 00:40:19,145
He likes it when you mush
him against your breasts.

867
00:40:19,179 --> 00:40:20,813
I bet he does. Still like that.

868
00:40:20,848 --> 00:40:22,214
- Tommy.
- What?

869
00:40:22,249 --> 00:40:28,453
- What do you do for a living?
- Uh... lots of things.

870
00:40:28,487 --> 00:40:31,621
[ chuckling ] Yeah. That
means you don't do nothing.

871
00:40:31,656 --> 00:40:34,224
Oh, well.
Least your Ma's nice.

872
00:40:34,259 --> 00:40:36,693
- Tommy's a good guy.
- Yeah. He is.

873
00:40:36,727 --> 00:40:41,430
And I just want to say...
I'm here for T.J.

874
00:40:41,464 --> 00:40:45,800
- We all are.
- Oh, my gosh. [ chuckles ]

875
00:40:45,835 --> 00:40:48,702
You said you wanted the
baby to be around family.

876
00:40:48,737 --> 00:40:50,904
For better or for worse,
we're family.

877
00:40:50,939 --> 00:40:52,572
[ laughter ]

878
00:40:52,607 --> 00:40:54,671
You're not getting out
of child support.

879
00:40:54,706 --> 00:40:55,909
- Mom.
- Shall we sit down and eat?

880
00:40:55,943 --> 00:40:59,745
I never turn down a free meal.

881
00:41:02,749 --> 00:41:05,450
[ baby cooing ]

882
00:41:05,484 --> 00:41:07,618
So, you ever been to
opening day at Fenway?

883
00:41:07,653 --> 00:41:08,853
- Every year.
- Yeah?

884
00:41:08,888 --> 00:41:11,288
Think how much fun we're gonna have

885
00:41:11,323 --> 00:41:15,815
at Thanksgiving and
Christmas and New Year's.

886
00:41:18,429 --> 00:41:20,430
T.J.'s gonna be a Red Sox fan.

887
00:41:20,464 --> 00:41:22,865
Oh, I'd like to teach him how to fence.

888
00:41:22,900 --> 00:41:24,633
[ gasps ]

889
00:41:24,668 --> 00:41:27,269
If you do, I will teach him
how to sew and knit and bead.

890
00:41:27,303 --> 00:41:28,603
Really?
I want to take classes with you.

891
00:41:28,638 --> 00:41:30,905
- Stop.
- What? It'd be so fun.

892
00:41:30,940 --> 00:41:32,540
Can we please just
get through this meal?

893
00:41:35,643 --> 00:41:37,210
Who's hungry?

894
00:41:37,245 --> 00:41:39,479
<i>Rene: I don't like spicy.</i>

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