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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:07,753 --> 00:00:10,063 A murder board, we call it. 2 00:00:10,088 --> 00:00:12,258 Lots of pieces of evidence 3 00:00:12,291 --> 00:00:14,431 that hopefully bring you to a conclusion. 4 00:00:15,594 --> 00:00:17,494 But let me back up. 5 00:00:17,562 --> 00:00:20,732 So I said to Jim, "Honey, I respect your job, 6 00:00:20,766 --> 00:00:22,266 "you respect my job, 7 00:00:22,301 --> 00:00:25,241 "but we have to keep our date night sacred." 8 00:00:25,270 --> 00:00:26,970 So do you know what he had to say? 9 00:00:27,005 --> 00:00:28,835 Rebecca! 10 00:00:28,907 --> 00:00:30,107 Do you have a phone? 11 00:00:30,142 --> 00:00:31,242 Call 911! 12 00:00:32,277 --> 00:00:33,947 A heart attack. 13 00:00:33,979 --> 00:00:35,919 Not something you'd see on a murder board, right? 14 00:00:41,753 --> 00:00:42,953 Over the next four years in St. Ben, 15 00:00:42,988 --> 00:00:45,758 there were some seemingly unrelated deaths. 16 00:00:45,791 --> 00:00:49,001 A car accident, a fall down the stairs. 17 00:00:49,027 --> 00:00:50,927 Nothing that would've seemed criminal. 18 00:00:59,705 --> 00:01:01,835 Then a man went missing, 19 00:01:01,873 --> 00:01:04,603 and that brought us in. 20 00:01:04,643 --> 00:01:06,883 Okay, we are gonna find Chuck Westerly. 21 00:01:06,945 --> 00:01:08,845 My pop, Jim Quinn, 22 00:01:08,880 --> 00:01:10,380 St. Benedict Chief of Police. 23 00:01:10,449 --> 00:01:12,849 State police are lending us a diving team. 24 00:01:12,884 --> 00:01:14,284 Bill, you're running point on this one. 25 00:01:14,319 --> 00:01:15,619 You bet, Jim. 26 00:01:15,654 --> 00:01:17,884 Bill Duncan, my pop's best friend. 27 00:01:17,956 --> 00:01:19,056 And take Wyn with you. 28 00:01:19,124 --> 00:01:21,654 Detective Wynton Russo. 29 00:01:21,693 --> 00:01:23,623 I've known him since kindergarten. 30 00:01:23,662 --> 00:01:26,532 Meanwhile, we need a full forensics workup on his boat. 31 00:01:26,565 --> 00:01:27,625 Frankie. 32 00:01:27,666 --> 00:01:28,613 On it, Pop. 33 00:01:28,633 --> 00:01:31,063 Yours truly, Francesca Quinn. 34 00:01:32,404 --> 00:01:35,004 And I stayed on it, Wyn and me. 35 00:01:35,040 --> 00:01:38,080 We connected all the seemingly unrelated deaths 36 00:01:38,143 --> 00:01:39,513 and came to a conclusion. 37 00:01:49,087 --> 00:01:50,187 Hey. 38 00:01:58,230 --> 00:01:59,530 Well, you're in early. 39 00:02:01,066 --> 00:02:02,596 Made progress on the drowning? 40 00:02:02,667 --> 00:02:04,367 This is bigger than the drowning. 41 00:02:07,672 --> 00:02:09,012 Megan Quinn, 42 00:02:09,040 --> 00:02:12,010 my high school English teacher who married my pop, 43 00:02:12,043 --> 00:02:14,003 soon to be known as the St. Ben killer. 44 00:02:14,045 --> 00:02:15,915 So, are we completely riveted-? 45 00:02:15,947 --> 00:02:17,047 Megan. - To what you're-? 46 00:02:17,082 --> 00:02:18,096 You have the right to remain silent. 47 00:02:18,116 --> 00:02:19,386 Anything you say or do 48 00:02:19,418 --> 00:02:21,018 can be used against you in a court of law. 49 00:02:21,052 --> 00:02:22,792 You have the right to an attorney. 50 00:02:22,854 --> 00:02:24,954 If you cannot afford one, one will be provided for you. 51 00:02:25,023 --> 00:02:27,283 Do you understand these rights as I have said them to you. 52 00:02:27,359 --> 00:02:29,959 But our conclusion was just the beginning. 53 00:02:31,096 --> 00:02:32,426 My wife has been arrested, 54 00:02:32,464 --> 00:02:36,734 which is why I am resigning from the police force 55 00:02:36,768 --> 00:02:37,968 effective immediately. 56 00:02:39,371 --> 00:02:40,541 Detective Russo will answer any questions 57 00:02:40,572 --> 00:02:41,772 regarding the case. 58 00:02:43,041 --> 00:02:44,241 Who's next in line? 59 00:02:44,276 --> 00:02:46,776 Megan Quinn is being charged in six homicides 60 00:02:46,812 --> 00:02:48,052 over the last four years. 61 00:02:49,714 --> 00:02:50,629 That'll be all for today. 62 00:02:50,649 --> 00:02:51,949 Thank you for coming. 63 00:02:54,486 --> 00:02:56,116 You were great out there. 64 00:02:56,154 --> 00:02:58,084 'Cause I knew you were beside me. 65 00:02:59,591 --> 00:03:00,731 Hey, you two. 66 00:03:01,793 --> 00:03:03,123 Carl? 67 00:03:03,161 --> 00:03:05,931 Carl Wiseman, my high school sweetheart. 68 00:03:05,964 --> 00:03:07,424 Successful writer. 69 00:03:07,466 --> 00:03:09,796 He'd come back to write about Megan and the trial. 70 00:03:09,835 --> 00:03:11,235 Hey. 71 00:03:11,269 --> 00:03:12,769 What are you doing in town? 72 00:03:12,804 --> 00:03:14,664 Came back to cover this whole thing. 73 00:03:16,475 --> 00:03:18,845 It's good to see you, Frankie. 74 00:03:18,910 --> 00:03:20,110 And I compared 75 00:03:20,145 --> 00:03:21,745 the water samples in Mr. Dunbar's lungs 76 00:03:21,780 --> 00:03:23,020 with the water samples in the lake, 77 00:03:23,081 --> 00:03:24,321 and when they didn't match, 78 00:03:24,349 --> 00:03:25,949 I knew he'd been drowned and moved. 79 00:03:25,984 --> 00:03:27,144 We began to look 80 00:03:27,185 --> 00:03:28,785 at suspicious deaths in the community, and. 81 00:03:28,820 --> 00:03:30,620 Started to see connections around the school. 82 00:03:30,655 --> 00:03:31,825 And it was around this time 83 00:03:31,857 --> 00:03:33,987 we realized someone was accessing our files. 84 00:03:34,025 --> 00:03:37,295 And we discovered that to be Detective Bill Duncan. 85 00:03:37,329 --> 00:03:38,799 Detective Duncan's actions 86 00:03:38,830 --> 00:03:41,530 led us to take a closer look at Megan Quinn. 87 00:03:41,600 --> 00:03:45,040 The people who should be on trial here 88 00:03:45,103 --> 00:03:47,033 are my stepdaughter, Frankie, 89 00:03:47,105 --> 00:03:51,535 and her secret boyfriend, Wynton Russo. 90 00:03:51,610 --> 00:03:53,150 Megan was convicted, 91 00:03:53,178 --> 00:03:54,478 but her life wasn't the only thing 92 00:03:54,513 --> 00:03:56,783 that got destroyed out of all of that. 93 00:03:56,815 --> 00:04:00,015 Wyn and I thought we'd be happy with Megan locked up. 94 00:04:00,051 --> 00:04:02,191 But a lot has changed in the past year. 95 00:04:13,698 --> 00:04:14,828 Hey. 96 00:04:16,201 --> 00:04:17,571 Sorry. 97 00:04:17,636 --> 00:04:18,866 Who you texting? 98 00:04:19,804 --> 00:04:21,204 You, actually. 99 00:04:24,075 --> 00:04:25,345 In the middle of my party. 100 00:04:27,078 --> 00:04:28,248 So I read your novel. 101 00:04:30,215 --> 00:04:31,129 So what'd you think? 102 00:04:31,149 --> 00:04:32,249 You can't publish that. 103 00:04:33,485 --> 00:04:35,015 What, you don't buy the narrative? 104 00:04:35,053 --> 00:04:37,313 It's not the narrative, Carl, it's my life. 105 00:04:37,355 --> 00:04:38,136 And yours. 106 00:04:38,156 --> 00:04:39,186 And Wyn's? 107 00:04:43,595 --> 00:04:46,195 Couldn't help but notice the bracelet you're wearing. 108 00:04:46,231 --> 00:04:47,271 Mo anam cara; 109 00:04:49,100 --> 00:04:50,400 My soulmate. 110 00:04:51,169 --> 00:04:52,439 Wyn gave that to you, right? 111 00:04:53,705 --> 00:04:55,275 It's a good detail for my next draft. 112 00:05:32,277 --> 00:05:33,377 Hello? 113 00:06:10,248 --> 00:06:11,278 Hello? 114 00:06:15,687 --> 00:06:16,787 Carl? 115 00:06:33,338 --> 00:06:35,138 Some night, huh? 116 00:06:35,173 --> 00:06:36,633 Body in the club? - Yep. 117 00:06:36,675 --> 00:06:39,045 Someone cut the power, but we just got it fixed. 118 00:06:39,110 --> 00:06:40,450 Murder weapon's gone, 119 00:06:40,478 --> 00:06:42,048 but coroner says it was probably a hunting knife, 120 00:06:42,113 --> 00:06:43,343 eight inches. 121 00:06:44,783 --> 00:06:46,223 Hey Wyn, hold up. 122 00:06:48,486 --> 00:06:50,316 Deceased is Carl Wiseman. 123 00:06:52,057 --> 00:06:53,157 Okay. 124 00:06:53,191 --> 00:06:54,661 Frankie's in there. 125 00:06:54,693 --> 00:06:56,233 She's the one that found him. 126 00:06:56,294 --> 00:06:57,308 So I was wondering- 127 00:06:57,328 --> 00:06:58,728 Wondering what, Beatrice? 128 00:06:58,797 --> 00:07:00,127 Well, before I got assigned to St. Ben, 129 00:07:00,165 --> 00:07:01,146 I heard that you and Frankie- 130 00:07:01,166 --> 00:07:02,196 Were together? 131 00:07:02,233 --> 00:07:02,981 We were. 132 00:07:03,001 --> 00:07:04,301 And like you said, 133 00:07:04,335 --> 00:07:05,535 it was before you were assigned here, 134 00:07:05,570 --> 00:07:06,640 so that would classify it as ancient history. 135 00:07:09,340 --> 00:07:10,640 I'm sorry, I... 136 00:07:12,544 --> 00:07:13,744 I had a weird night. 137 00:07:15,346 --> 00:07:16,876 I was asleep when you called. 138 00:07:18,349 --> 00:07:20,349 Why don't you take the lead with her, Bea? 139 00:07:20,385 --> 00:07:21,515 I got you. 140 00:07:37,102 --> 00:07:38,172 Hey Frankie. 141 00:07:38,203 --> 00:07:39,873 I'm sorry for your loss. 142 00:07:39,904 --> 00:07:41,204 Can you tell us what happened? 143 00:07:43,174 --> 00:07:45,344 The power was out, I figured the storm, 144 00:07:45,376 --> 00:07:47,776 so I went to get my phone and. 145 00:07:50,248 --> 00:07:51,848 I'm sorry. - It's okay. 146 00:07:53,284 --> 00:07:54,065 How'd you get in? 147 00:07:54,085 --> 00:07:55,555 We both had keys. 148 00:07:55,587 --> 00:07:59,387 We'd rented the restaurant for a birthday party for Carl. 149 00:07:59,424 --> 00:08:01,084 Party was tonight? - Yeah. 150 00:08:04,062 --> 00:08:05,272 How many people were here? 151 00:08:06,397 --> 00:08:07,597 Around 50. 152 00:08:07,632 --> 00:08:09,742 We'll need all those names and numbers. 153 00:08:09,768 --> 00:08:10,938 What time did you leave? 154 00:08:10,969 --> 00:08:12,709 It was around 9:00. 155 00:08:12,737 --> 00:08:14,537 And what time did it begin? 156 00:08:14,572 --> 00:08:15,612 8:00. 157 00:08:17,041 --> 00:08:18,281 Short party. 158 00:08:18,309 --> 00:08:20,449 I'm not exactly sure when it ended. 159 00:08:21,379 --> 00:08:22,260 I left early. 160 00:08:22,280 --> 00:08:24,450 We had to fight, me and Carl. 161 00:08:24,482 --> 00:08:25,592 What about? 162 00:08:27,719 --> 00:08:29,459 "Love, Comma, Murder." 163 00:08:29,487 --> 00:08:30,468 His new manuscript; 164 00:08:30,488 --> 00:08:31,469 That's the title. 165 00:08:31,489 --> 00:08:33,059 Why were you fighting about it? 166 00:08:33,091 --> 00:08:36,801 It's autobiographical in ways that made me uncomfortable. 167 00:08:40,098 --> 00:08:43,398 Okay Frankie, I have to ask- - Alibi? 168 00:08:43,434 --> 00:08:44,894 I, I went driving. 169 00:08:44,936 --> 00:08:46,136 I was alone; 170 00:08:46,171 --> 00:08:47,471 No one to verify that. 171 00:08:47,505 --> 00:08:50,435 Got home after 11:00, decided to call Carl, 172 00:08:50,475 --> 00:08:53,405 and realized I left my phone at the party. 173 00:08:54,913 --> 00:08:56,483 I thought you stopped wearing that. 174 00:09:00,585 --> 00:09:01,645 I did. 175 00:09:03,655 --> 00:09:04,955 I started again. 176 00:09:14,465 --> 00:09:15,735 I'm sorry, Allison. 177 00:09:16,668 --> 00:09:18,298 Do you know who she is? 178 00:09:18,336 --> 00:09:21,306 Josie Neusted, pharmaceutical rep from the Twin Cities. 179 00:09:21,339 --> 00:09:22,439 It's all in my report. 180 00:09:46,030 --> 00:09:47,800 What am I supposed to do, Frankie? 181 00:09:49,467 --> 00:09:52,207 Well, if you wanna file for divorce, you have cause. 182 00:09:52,237 --> 00:09:54,237 We have two kids. 183 00:09:54,305 --> 00:09:56,375 19 years, we've been married. 184 00:09:56,407 --> 00:09:58,377 I, I just- - Hoped you were wrong? 185 00:10:02,680 --> 00:10:04,320 How could this have happened? 186 00:10:04,349 --> 00:10:05,689 We all have secrets. 187 00:10:06,551 --> 00:10:07,591 Things we hide. 188 00:10:08,853 --> 00:10:10,353 Even from the people we trust. 189 00:10:12,423 --> 00:10:13,523 And love. 190 00:10:18,930 --> 00:10:20,170 So you think everyone 191 00:10:20,198 --> 00:10:22,498 keeps secrets from the people they love? 192 00:10:22,533 --> 00:10:23,833 Don't you? 193 00:10:28,373 --> 00:10:29,713 When I met your stepmother- 194 00:10:29,741 --> 00:10:31,111 Ex-stepmother. 195 00:10:32,744 --> 00:10:33,844 Megan. 196 00:10:35,546 --> 00:10:38,076 On our first date, she actually said, 197 00:10:38,116 --> 00:10:41,746 "Secrets are how to keep a relationship alive." 198 00:10:41,786 --> 00:10:43,086 You never told me that. 199 00:10:43,121 --> 00:10:45,291 Yeah well, can you blame me? 200 00:10:45,356 --> 00:10:48,226 I mean, she was laying it out right from the start. 201 00:10:48,259 --> 00:10:50,529 Of course, I thought she was talking about 202 00:10:50,561 --> 00:10:52,571 secret shopping trips or, I don't know. 203 00:10:54,799 --> 00:10:57,639 Anyway, what she said on that first date came back to me 204 00:10:57,702 --> 00:11:00,372 when you and Wyn walked me through 205 00:11:00,405 --> 00:11:04,405 the secret she'd been keeping. 206 00:11:06,444 --> 00:11:09,574 Two years, two years. 207 00:11:10,782 --> 00:11:12,552 Think I'd be able to talk about it. 208 00:11:12,583 --> 00:11:13,713 You are talking about it. 209 00:11:15,486 --> 00:11:18,586 Still bothers me that I never suspected. 210 00:11:18,623 --> 00:11:19,893 I mean, what kind of cop? 211 00:11:19,924 --> 00:11:21,754 The kinda cop who trusted his wife. 212 00:11:25,496 --> 00:11:26,544 Top you off, Jim? 213 00:11:26,564 --> 00:11:27,412 Thanks, Sally. 214 00:11:27,432 --> 00:11:29,442 Another Americano, Frankie? 215 00:11:29,467 --> 00:11:31,967 Tempting, but I'm working on knowing my limits. 216 00:11:32,003 --> 00:11:34,443 That sounds like great advice for all of us. 217 00:11:38,643 --> 00:11:41,613 Speaking of secrets, did you hear that Sally and-? 218 00:11:41,646 --> 00:11:43,276 Wyn. 219 00:11:43,314 --> 00:11:44,414 Yeah. 220 00:11:44,983 --> 00:11:46,023 Who told you? 221 00:11:46,084 --> 00:11:47,414 Sally. 222 00:11:47,452 --> 00:11:49,692 I guess she didn't know that Wyn and I. 223 00:11:52,623 --> 00:11:54,953 For what it's worth, I don't think it's goin' anywhere. 224 00:11:59,597 --> 00:12:00,667 How you doing, honey? 225 00:12:02,467 --> 00:12:04,537 You know, pretty terrible. 226 00:12:06,971 --> 00:12:08,771 Sheryl Wiseman called. 227 00:12:08,806 --> 00:12:12,646 She wants to meet me at the office. 228 00:12:12,677 --> 00:12:13,777 Carl's sister. 229 00:12:14,479 --> 00:12:15,679 You think she-? - Wants to hire me? 230 00:12:15,713 --> 00:12:17,013 Yeah, I do. 231 00:12:18,950 --> 00:12:20,820 You wanna know what I think about that? 232 00:12:20,852 --> 00:12:23,662 That I'm too close to the case to investigate it. 233 00:12:26,324 --> 00:12:27,724 And Wyn isn't? - Yeah. 234 00:12:28,893 --> 00:12:30,723 Yeah, I told him that already, but he didn't listen. 235 00:12:34,565 --> 00:12:35,795 And I guess you won't either. 236 00:12:57,588 --> 00:12:58,336 Did I get the time wrong? 237 00:12:58,356 --> 00:12:59,456 I'm early. 238 00:13:04,662 --> 00:13:06,832 You look good, Frankie. 239 00:13:06,864 --> 00:13:08,524 So do you, Sheryl. 240 00:13:08,566 --> 00:13:10,896 I don't, but you're sweet to say so. 241 00:13:12,036 --> 00:13:13,136 Come on in. 242 00:13:16,107 --> 00:13:17,307 Here, take a seat. 243 00:13:22,847 --> 00:13:24,617 I know you think you should stay out of it 244 00:13:24,682 --> 00:13:27,222 because you and Carl were engaged, 245 00:13:27,251 --> 00:13:30,391 or because you and Wynton used to be together. 246 00:13:30,421 --> 00:13:33,631 But that's exactly why you should be involved. 247 00:13:33,691 --> 00:13:35,131 Because you're invested. 248 00:13:40,231 --> 00:13:41,431 Or maybe you're not. 249 00:13:44,602 --> 00:13:45,872 Carl said you probably weren't 250 00:13:45,903 --> 00:13:47,863 gonna go through with the marriage. 251 00:13:47,905 --> 00:13:49,005 He did? 252 00:13:49,807 --> 00:13:51,277 At his party. 253 00:13:51,309 --> 00:13:55,479 He said you were really upset about the new manuscript 254 00:13:55,546 --> 00:13:56,646 and what it implied. 255 00:14:00,952 --> 00:14:02,822 He was so in love with you, Frankie. 256 00:14:02,887 --> 00:14:03,917 I know. 257 00:14:06,557 --> 00:14:07,687 Were you? 258 00:14:08,559 --> 00:14:10,099 Gonna break things off with him? 259 00:14:11,429 --> 00:14:12,499 Does it matter now? 260 00:14:13,931 --> 00:14:14,971 I guess not. 261 00:14:16,634 --> 00:14:20,134 But either way, can I hire you to find out who killed him? 262 00:14:20,171 --> 00:14:21,271 No. 263 00:14:22,273 --> 00:14:23,913 I'll do it for free. 264 00:14:23,941 --> 00:14:27,411 Thank you, Frankie. 265 00:14:31,349 --> 00:14:32,689 I'll be in touch, okay? 266 00:14:52,103 --> 00:14:54,843 Yeah, I'd already been working on Carl's murder. 267 00:14:54,872 --> 00:14:56,642 But it helped to have a client, 268 00:14:56,674 --> 00:14:58,804 along with three suspects. 269 00:14:58,843 --> 00:15:01,383 Kara McRae, Carl's ex-wife. 270 00:15:01,445 --> 00:15:03,545 Pam Gelbaum, Carl's agent that he'd fired 271 00:15:03,614 --> 00:15:05,044 right before he was murdered. 272 00:15:05,116 --> 00:15:07,146 Christopher Bell, Carl's former protege 273 00:15:07,185 --> 00:15:09,785 who showed up uninvited to Carl's party. 274 00:15:09,820 --> 00:15:10,960 It's open. 275 00:15:17,161 --> 00:15:18,701 Guess my pop called you. 276 00:15:19,730 --> 00:15:20,778 Sheryl hired me. 277 00:15:20,798 --> 00:15:21,998 I'll be heading to the Twin Cities 278 00:15:22,033 --> 00:15:24,303 to interview Pam Gelbaum and Christopher Bell. 279 00:15:24,335 --> 00:15:25,835 Both had motives. 280 00:15:25,870 --> 00:15:27,840 Both were cleared by hotel security camera footage. 281 00:15:27,872 --> 00:15:29,482 They were in their rooms at the time of the murder. 282 00:15:29,507 --> 00:15:30,737 Did you get an alibi for Carl's ex? 283 00:15:30,808 --> 00:15:32,678 Kara McRae was hosting a fundraiser 284 00:15:32,710 --> 00:15:34,880 for KM Foundation in Minneapolis. 285 00:15:34,912 --> 00:15:36,252 Multiple eyewitnesses. 286 00:15:36,314 --> 00:15:39,344 Yeah, she's rich, she could have hired a hitman. 287 00:15:39,383 --> 00:15:41,183 Carl was home by 10:25. 288 00:15:41,219 --> 00:15:43,559 Neighbor walking his dog verified this. 289 00:15:43,588 --> 00:15:46,188 Someone lured him back to the restaurant half an hour later. 290 00:15:46,224 --> 00:15:47,484 Kinda thing a hitman would do. 291 00:15:47,525 --> 00:15:49,395 D'you ever find Carl's phone? 292 00:15:49,427 --> 00:15:51,327 No, but we know that he was texting a burner 293 00:15:51,362 --> 00:15:52,702 with an unlisted number. 294 00:15:52,730 --> 00:15:54,500 You subpoenaed the contents of the text? 295 00:15:54,532 --> 00:15:55,842 We only got Carl's part. 296 00:15:55,866 --> 00:15:56,847 The burner was encrypted. 297 00:15:56,867 --> 00:15:58,097 You mean the kind of thing 298 00:15:58,169 --> 00:15:59,769 that a professional killer could pull off, 299 00:15:59,837 --> 00:16:01,537 as well as cutting off power to the restaurant 300 00:16:01,572 --> 00:16:03,742 so that no security cameras would capture the murder? 301 00:16:03,774 --> 00:16:05,674 But what would be Kara's motive? 302 00:16:06,711 --> 00:16:08,911 Wyn knows the answer to that. 303 00:16:08,946 --> 00:16:09,760 Jealousy. 304 00:16:09,780 --> 00:16:11,180 Carl had divorced her. 305 00:16:11,215 --> 00:16:13,845 And was engaged to his high school sweetheart. 306 00:16:13,884 --> 00:16:14,914 Yep. 307 00:16:14,952 --> 00:16:16,362 Kara said she never heard of you. 308 00:16:17,521 --> 00:16:19,891 She didn't even know Carl was engaged. 309 00:16:19,924 --> 00:16:20,871 She look like she was telling the truth? 310 00:16:20,891 --> 00:16:22,861 I spoke with her on the phone. 311 00:16:22,893 --> 00:16:24,893 She flew to Europe the day after the murders. 312 00:16:24,929 --> 00:16:25,843 And that wasn't suspicious. 313 00:16:25,863 --> 00:16:26,744 What do you want, Frankie? 314 00:16:26,764 --> 00:16:28,064 You wanna join forces? 315 00:16:30,901 --> 00:16:32,771 He tell you about the last case we worked together? 316 00:16:32,803 --> 00:16:34,763 Of course, the St. Ben killer. 317 00:16:34,805 --> 00:16:37,075 But Frankie, you're a material player in this. 318 00:16:37,108 --> 00:16:38,778 I was a material player in that. 319 00:16:38,809 --> 00:16:41,409 So was Wyn, who's also a material player in this! 320 00:16:41,445 --> 00:16:42,745 Frankie, we're doing all we can to solve it. 321 00:16:42,780 --> 00:16:44,150 You just have to trust me. 322 00:16:48,319 --> 00:16:49,759 I just have to trust you. 323 00:16:51,489 --> 00:16:52,929 You're throwing that back at me now. 324 00:16:52,957 --> 00:16:54,787 Come on, Frankie, I didn't- - You should go. 325 00:17:11,509 --> 00:17:12,979 Wyn. 326 00:17:13,010 --> 00:17:14,980 You wanna tell me what that was about? 327 00:17:15,946 --> 00:17:17,116 During Megan's trial, 328 00:17:17,148 --> 00:17:18,448 she tried to cast doubt on me and Frankie 329 00:17:18,482 --> 00:17:20,452 by outing our relationship. 330 00:17:20,484 --> 00:17:21,784 Lovely. 331 00:17:21,819 --> 00:17:23,759 We're lucky it didn't hurt the case. 332 00:17:25,423 --> 00:17:27,933 We shouldn't have kept it a secret. 333 00:17:27,958 --> 00:17:31,098 Anyway, after Megan's conviction, 334 00:17:31,128 --> 00:17:34,768 Frankie thought it would be best if she left the department. 335 00:17:34,799 --> 00:17:36,139 I couldn't help but notice 336 00:17:36,167 --> 00:17:38,037 it was the same time Carl moved back into town. 337 00:17:38,836 --> 00:17:40,006 I had reason to believe 338 00:17:40,037 --> 00:17:41,267 it wasn't just platonic between them, 339 00:17:41,305 --> 00:17:42,535 so I confronted her, she denied it, 340 00:17:42,606 --> 00:17:43,976 and she said, "You have to trust me." 341 00:17:44,942 --> 00:17:46,182 So when you said that back there- 342 00:17:46,210 --> 00:17:47,880 Thought I was mocking her, yeah, but I wasn't. 343 00:17:48,813 --> 00:17:49,983 You didn't trust her. 344 00:17:51,315 --> 00:17:53,315 So Frankie's not wrong about you being connected. 345 00:17:53,351 --> 00:17:54,991 You know I knew Carl, I already told you that, 346 00:17:55,019 --> 00:17:57,859 but I haven't had anything to do with him in a long time. 347 00:17:57,888 --> 00:17:59,688 And we are going to catch his killer. 348 00:18:12,703 --> 00:18:13,803 Francesca. - Hey Pop, 349 00:18:13,838 --> 00:18:15,138 I'm working this divorce case 350 00:18:15,172 --> 00:18:16,882 and I need someone to handle surveillance. 351 00:18:16,907 --> 00:18:18,577 You free for a few days? 352 00:18:18,642 --> 00:18:19,812 So Sheryl hired you. 353 00:18:19,844 --> 00:18:20,825 She did. 354 00:18:20,845 --> 00:18:21,875 I'm on my way to the Twin Cities. 355 00:18:21,912 --> 00:18:22,982 What do you say? 356 00:18:24,014 --> 00:18:25,414 Whatever you need, honey. 357 00:18:26,317 --> 00:18:27,387 Thanks, Pop. 358 00:18:32,556 --> 00:18:33,656 Morning. 359 00:18:34,392 --> 00:18:36,002 Hey. 360 00:18:36,026 --> 00:18:37,926 You wanna have Sally's for coffee? 361 00:18:37,995 --> 00:18:39,195 We've got a new 1082. 362 00:18:40,598 --> 00:18:42,868 Sandman? - Yep. 363 00:18:42,900 --> 00:18:44,200 All right. 364 00:18:48,939 --> 00:18:50,839 And you heard nothing, Mr. O'Connor? 365 00:18:50,875 --> 00:18:52,005 Well, like I told the officers, 366 00:18:52,042 --> 00:18:53,452 I'm usually a light sleeper, 367 00:18:53,511 --> 00:18:54,681 but with Paula and the kids away, 368 00:18:54,712 --> 00:18:56,222 I guess I musta crashed really hard. 369 00:18:56,247 --> 00:18:58,217 I notice you have an alarm system. 370 00:18:58,249 --> 00:18:59,519 Right. 371 00:18:59,550 --> 00:19:00,920 I usually put it on before I go to bed. 372 00:19:00,951 --> 00:19:02,391 Guess I forgot. 373 00:19:02,420 --> 00:19:04,090 Do you remember what time you fell asleep? 374 00:19:04,121 --> 00:19:05,169 Around 10:00, maybe? 375 00:19:05,189 --> 00:19:06,289 I was watching a movie 376 00:19:06,357 --> 00:19:07,927 and then I fell asleep in my recliner. 377 00:19:09,226 --> 00:19:12,126 Listen, I've been reading the paper about this Sandman guy 378 00:19:12,196 --> 00:19:14,366 who robs people while they're at home sleeping. 379 00:19:14,398 --> 00:19:15,346 You think this is him? 380 00:19:15,366 --> 00:19:16,436 Could be. 381 00:19:17,034 --> 00:19:18,894 You know one weird thing? 382 00:19:18,936 --> 00:19:21,036 Whoever it was stole some of my family photos. 383 00:19:33,984 --> 00:19:34,899 Hi, Kara in? 384 00:19:34,919 --> 00:19:36,119 Yes, do you have an? 385 00:19:36,153 --> 00:19:37,953 Wait, you can't do that! 386 00:19:37,988 --> 00:19:39,928 How's it going, Kara? 387 00:19:39,957 --> 00:19:41,057 I'm Frankie Quinn. 388 00:19:41,091 --> 00:19:43,001 Miss McRae, I am so sorry. 389 00:19:43,060 --> 00:19:44,460 It's cool, Janine. 390 00:19:44,495 --> 00:19:46,165 I'll call Bill. - Thanks. 391 00:19:48,499 --> 00:19:49,939 So do you know who I am? 392 00:19:49,967 --> 00:19:51,467 Sure. 393 00:19:51,502 --> 00:19:52,972 Then why'd you tell police you'd never heard of me. 394 00:19:53,003 --> 00:19:54,503 Because I hadn't. 395 00:19:54,572 --> 00:19:56,682 Obviously I know who the St Ben killer is 396 00:19:56,740 --> 00:19:58,240 and Carl's connection to her, 397 00:19:58,275 --> 00:19:59,575 but Carl never mentioned 398 00:19:59,610 --> 00:20:01,280 that Megan Quinn had a stepdaughter 399 00:20:01,312 --> 00:20:03,182 who'd been his high school sweetheart. 400 00:20:04,348 --> 00:20:06,648 Carl liked to keep secrets. 401 00:20:06,684 --> 00:20:08,014 I'm sure you know that. 402 00:20:08,085 --> 00:20:09,415 So you're claiming 403 00:20:09,453 --> 00:20:10,913 you had no idea Carl and I were engaged. 404 00:20:10,955 --> 00:20:12,615 No idea. 405 00:20:12,656 --> 00:20:14,186 And you were at a fundraiser the night that he was killed. 406 00:20:14,258 --> 00:20:16,158 I was. - What time did it end? 407 00:20:16,193 --> 00:20:17,593 Around 9:00? 408 00:20:17,628 --> 00:20:19,298 You still coulda got to the restaurant by 11:20. 409 00:20:19,330 --> 00:20:21,930 Yeah, except I went straight home. 410 00:20:21,966 --> 00:20:23,136 Can anyone vouch for that? 411 00:20:23,167 --> 00:20:25,097 My head of security. 412 00:20:25,135 --> 00:20:26,305 Here he is. 413 00:20:30,207 --> 00:20:31,277 Uncle Bill? 414 00:20:34,211 --> 00:20:35,781 Frankie's dad and I were close. 415 00:20:37,014 --> 00:20:38,314 Until we weren't. 416 00:20:38,349 --> 00:20:40,119 You happy someone here knows you? 417 00:20:41,452 --> 00:20:42,522 Bill. 418 00:20:42,553 --> 00:20:43,434 Let's go, Frankie. 419 00:20:43,454 --> 00:20:45,184 You're throwing me out? 420 00:20:45,222 --> 00:20:46,992 Bill asked nicely. 421 00:20:47,024 --> 00:20:48,684 But if you'd like to be thrown. 422 00:20:48,726 --> 00:20:51,156 Don't you care about who killed Carl? 423 00:20:51,195 --> 00:20:53,125 That's what the police are for. 424 00:20:53,163 --> 00:20:55,623 Should I call them and tell them that you're trespassing? 425 00:20:55,666 --> 00:20:56,766 Frankie. 426 00:21:04,475 --> 00:21:07,175 My dad know you're working as a bouncer to an heiress, 427 00:21:07,211 --> 00:21:08,125 Uncle Bill? 428 00:21:08,145 --> 00:21:09,245 Give me some credit, Frankie. 429 00:21:09,313 --> 00:21:11,053 I'm a little more than that. 430 00:21:11,081 --> 00:21:12,521 And you know your old man hasn't talked to me 431 00:21:12,550 --> 00:21:14,320 since what happened. 432 00:21:14,351 --> 00:21:16,021 But I don't blame him. 433 00:21:17,388 --> 00:21:19,258 Or you, for that matter. 434 00:21:19,323 --> 00:21:20,663 But it is good to see you. 435 00:21:20,691 --> 00:21:22,391 While you're throwing me out. 436 00:21:22,426 --> 00:21:24,656 Doing my job, same as you. 437 00:21:24,695 --> 00:21:27,865 You do realize that your boss has something to hide. 438 00:21:27,898 --> 00:21:28,968 Who doesn't? 439 00:21:30,734 --> 00:21:32,494 But I didn't kill your fiance. 440 00:21:34,071 --> 00:21:35,371 And I'm sorry that he was taken from- 441 00:21:35,406 --> 00:21:36,606 Save it. 442 00:21:36,674 --> 00:21:37,704 I'll see you. 443 00:21:54,625 --> 00:21:56,125 This is Pam Gelbaum. 444 00:21:56,193 --> 00:21:59,623 Hi Pam, this is Frankie Quinn, Carl Wiseman's- 445 00:21:59,697 --> 00:22:01,767 Frankie, of course. 446 00:22:01,799 --> 00:22:02,829 How are you? 447 00:22:03,367 --> 00:22:05,267 Hangin' in there, thanks. 448 00:22:06,637 --> 00:22:09,307 Listen, I'm in the Twin Cities on some business, 449 00:22:09,373 --> 00:22:11,083 and I know this is last minute, 450 00:22:11,108 --> 00:22:13,808 but would you be free to talk? 451 00:22:13,877 --> 00:22:16,447 I'm booked 'til 6:00, but do you wanna do dinner? 452 00:22:16,480 --> 00:22:18,120 Good for me. 453 00:22:18,148 --> 00:22:19,378 I'll text you the address. 454 00:22:19,416 --> 00:22:20,586 See you tonight. 455 00:23:01,925 --> 00:23:05,255 Every house he's hit, the Sandman's stolen family photos. 456 00:23:05,295 --> 00:23:06,965 In addition to thousands of dollars 457 00:23:06,997 --> 00:23:08,667 in jewelry, cash, and goods. 458 00:23:08,699 --> 00:23:12,869 I know, but why bother with the photos? 459 00:23:12,936 --> 00:23:13,966 Usuals. 460 00:23:15,005 --> 00:23:16,065 Wyn. 461 00:23:16,540 --> 00:23:17,740 Wyn, you paying? 462 00:23:19,276 --> 00:23:20,346 Sorry. 463 00:23:23,547 --> 00:23:24,647 You okay? 464 00:23:26,617 --> 00:23:27,331 Yeah, fine. 465 00:23:27,351 --> 00:23:29,221 Just a lot on my mind. 466 00:23:29,286 --> 00:23:30,556 Right. 467 00:23:30,621 --> 00:23:33,231 Well hey, if you, um, if you ever wanna talk. 468 00:23:34,558 --> 00:23:35,688 Got your number. 469 00:23:38,962 --> 00:23:40,302 My professional opinion? 470 00:23:40,330 --> 00:23:42,330 She'd like you to ask her out again. 471 00:23:48,472 --> 00:23:51,212 Listen, while we're waiting on forensics 472 00:23:51,241 --> 00:23:52,681 for the probable Sandman burglary, 473 00:23:52,710 --> 00:23:55,250 what do ya say we go meet with Kara McRae in person? 474 00:23:57,748 --> 00:24:00,388 You know, I have a contact in Minneapolis. 475 00:24:11,595 --> 00:24:12,855 Hi, Christopher Bell. 476 00:24:12,896 --> 00:24:14,596 You know what to do. 477 00:24:14,665 --> 00:24:16,395 Hi Christopher, this is Frankie Quinn. 478 00:24:16,433 --> 00:24:18,233 We met at Carl Wiseman's party. 479 00:24:18,268 --> 00:24:23,338 If you can give me a call, my number is 3-1-05-5-50-1-9-1. 480 00:24:24,108 --> 00:24:26,008 Thank you. 481 00:24:32,349 --> 00:24:34,349 Sorry, didn't mean to startle you. 482 00:24:34,384 --> 00:24:36,414 Beatrice Knutsen. - Ella Huntsman. 483 00:24:37,387 --> 00:24:38,402 This guy, I know. 484 00:24:38,422 --> 00:24:39,892 Good to see ya, buddy. 485 00:24:39,923 --> 00:24:41,223 You as well. 486 00:24:41,258 --> 00:24:42,239 Thank you for welcoming us to your jurisdiction. 487 00:24:42,259 --> 00:24:44,359 Yeah, it's the least I can do. 488 00:24:44,394 --> 00:24:47,424 He tell you he got me special commendation once upon a time? 489 00:24:47,464 --> 00:24:48,864 Yeah, well he did, 490 00:24:48,899 --> 00:24:51,969 with the help of a forensics investigator. 491 00:24:52,035 --> 00:24:53,865 How is Frankie, by the way? 492 00:24:53,904 --> 00:24:57,034 You two ever figure out you were made for each other? 493 00:24:57,074 --> 00:24:57,955 Yeah, it's late. 494 00:24:57,975 --> 00:24:59,905 We, we should get goin', huh? 495 00:25:01,411 --> 00:25:02,426 Okay. 496 00:25:02,446 --> 00:25:03,516 Follow me. 497 00:25:15,726 --> 00:25:16,996 Can I help you? 498 00:25:17,060 --> 00:25:18,660 Detective Huntsman, Minneapolis PD. 499 00:25:18,729 --> 00:25:20,399 We need to speak with Ms. McRae. 500 00:25:20,430 --> 00:25:21,600 Lemme see if she's available. 501 00:25:21,632 --> 00:25:22,579 That wasn't a request. 502 00:25:22,599 --> 00:25:24,239 Is she back this way? 503 00:25:24,268 --> 00:25:25,398 Bill? 504 00:25:26,904 --> 00:25:29,564 Well, deja vu all over again. 505 00:25:29,606 --> 00:25:31,406 Your better half was here a couple hours ago. 506 00:25:31,441 --> 00:25:33,011 My-? - Frankie. 507 00:25:34,812 --> 00:25:37,122 She had the same look on her face when she saw me. 508 00:25:38,348 --> 00:25:41,018 Detective Huntsman, Knutsen, Bill Duncan. 509 00:25:41,084 --> 00:25:42,414 He used to be on the job. 510 00:25:42,452 --> 00:25:43,662 We need to talk to your boss about Carl Wiseman. 511 00:25:43,687 --> 00:25:45,417 You're a little outside your jurisdiction. 512 00:25:45,455 --> 00:25:46,785 That's what I'm here for. 513 00:25:46,824 --> 00:25:47,984 Minneapolis PD. 514 00:25:49,259 --> 00:25:50,629 Fine. 515 00:25:50,661 --> 00:25:52,431 But she'll tell you the same thing she told Frankie. 516 00:25:52,462 --> 00:25:53,472 She has an alibi. 517 00:25:54,531 --> 00:25:56,441 And you're looking at him. 518 00:25:56,466 --> 00:25:58,436 Then I guess we'll be talking to you both. 519 00:26:10,514 --> 00:26:11,674 Frankie. 520 00:26:13,317 --> 00:26:15,787 I wasn't sure you'd wanna meet with me. 521 00:26:15,819 --> 00:26:16,959 Because Carl fired me? 522 00:26:16,987 --> 00:26:19,487 I was at his birthday party, wasn't I? 523 00:26:19,523 --> 00:26:21,533 Besides, he never put it in writing, 524 00:26:21,558 --> 00:26:25,398 so contractually, I'm still the agent for all his work, 525 00:26:25,462 --> 00:26:28,532 including his soon-to-be published final novel. 526 00:26:29,900 --> 00:26:31,000 What novel? 527 00:26:31,034 --> 00:26:32,664 "Love, Comma, Murder." 528 00:26:32,703 --> 00:26:34,343 It's about a woman in love with two men- 529 00:26:34,371 --> 00:26:35,471 Yeah, I know what it's about. 530 00:26:35,505 --> 00:26:36,835 That's a first draft. 531 00:26:36,874 --> 00:26:40,044 Well I know, but since what happened to him, 532 00:26:40,077 --> 00:26:42,507 there's a huge demand for his work. 533 00:26:42,546 --> 00:26:45,646 WeHo Press are re-releasing all of his titles in hard cover 534 00:26:45,682 --> 00:26:47,822 for the first time since the original printing. 535 00:26:47,851 --> 00:26:51,321 But they don't have the rights to "Love, Comma, Murder," 536 00:26:51,355 --> 00:26:54,485 so I'm gonna stage a bidding war for them. 537 00:26:54,524 --> 00:26:55,624 Thank you. 538 00:26:57,194 --> 00:26:59,054 Everything here is great. 539 00:26:59,096 --> 00:27:00,296 And this is on me. 540 00:27:04,868 --> 00:27:06,508 And as I told you when you called, 541 00:27:06,536 --> 00:27:08,036 I went straight home from the benefit around 9:00. 542 00:27:08,071 --> 00:27:09,711 And you were with her for how long? 543 00:27:09,740 --> 00:27:10,940 All night. 544 00:27:11,008 --> 00:27:12,738 Bill lives at my place. 545 00:27:12,776 --> 00:27:14,106 For my security? 546 00:27:14,177 --> 00:27:15,877 And you also have security cameras there? 547 00:27:15,913 --> 00:27:17,123 Sure. 548 00:27:17,180 --> 00:27:19,420 But the drive gets written over every week. 549 00:27:19,449 --> 00:27:21,519 Guess you'll just have to trust me. 550 00:27:34,097 --> 00:27:35,427 Is Duncan a dirty cop? 551 00:27:36,300 --> 00:27:37,470 Not so much dirty as weak 552 00:27:37,534 --> 00:27:40,304 and easily manipulated by a very bad woman. 553 00:27:40,370 --> 00:27:41,710 I knew I knew his name. 554 00:27:41,738 --> 00:27:43,538 He's the cop who was spying on your investigation, 555 00:27:43,573 --> 00:27:46,203 feeding intel of the St. Ben killer. 556 00:27:46,243 --> 00:27:48,483 Copped a plea to get outta jail time. 557 00:27:48,545 --> 00:27:49,775 That's him. 558 00:27:49,813 --> 00:27:51,613 The irony is that was her biggest mistake. 559 00:27:51,648 --> 00:27:53,218 Once we figured out what Bill was doing 560 00:27:53,250 --> 00:27:54,620 and who he was doing it for, 561 00:27:54,651 --> 00:27:56,961 we started looking at her as a suspect. 562 00:27:56,987 --> 00:27:57,901 Wasn't easy for Frankie. 563 00:27:57,921 --> 00:27:59,161 You know, she grew up with him, 564 00:27:59,222 --> 00:28:00,492 called him Uncle Bill and everything. 565 00:28:00,557 --> 00:28:01,827 So is this just a coincidence 566 00:28:01,892 --> 00:28:03,962 that Frankie's working the Wiseman homicide? 567 00:28:03,994 --> 00:28:06,094 Carl Wiseman was Frankie's fiance, 568 00:28:06,129 --> 00:28:08,099 and his sister just hired her. 569 00:28:08,131 --> 00:28:09,731 So I guess that answers my earlier question 570 00:28:09,766 --> 00:28:11,436 about the two of you. 571 00:28:11,468 --> 00:28:13,068 Although it does raise the question, 572 00:28:13,103 --> 00:28:16,013 are you the guy to be finding Wiseman's killer? 573 00:28:16,073 --> 00:28:17,943 Was hoping we could all do that together. 574 00:28:17,975 --> 00:28:20,345 You mind if I stay another night? 575 00:28:20,410 --> 00:28:22,610 I got a sofa with your name on it. 576 00:28:22,646 --> 00:28:23,627 Thanks Ell, but that works. 577 00:28:23,647 --> 00:28:25,577 I'll call you in the morning? 578 00:28:25,615 --> 00:28:26,563 Yeah, talk then. 579 00:28:26,583 --> 00:28:28,413 Beatrice, pleasure. 580 00:28:28,452 --> 00:28:29,492 All mine. 581 00:28:30,487 --> 00:28:31,987 We could get you a rental. 582 00:28:32,022 --> 00:28:33,292 I can stay, Wyn. 583 00:28:34,591 --> 00:28:36,931 The Sandman is obviously still active, so, you know, 584 00:28:36,960 --> 00:28:38,930 we shouldn't both be away from St. Ben. 585 00:28:44,334 --> 00:28:46,434 So why did Carl fire you? 586 00:28:46,470 --> 00:28:47,510 He didn't tell you? 587 00:28:48,939 --> 00:28:50,439 He thought I passed up an opportunity 588 00:28:50,474 --> 00:28:53,444 for him to be published by Rooney & Austin. 589 00:28:53,477 --> 00:28:54,507 It wasn't true, of course. 590 00:28:54,544 --> 00:28:56,004 Where'd he get that idea? 591 00:28:56,046 --> 00:29:00,046 He seemed to develop some trust issues. 592 00:29:00,117 --> 00:29:01,687 You know anything about that? 593 00:29:02,986 --> 00:29:05,956 Frankie, I know you read "Love, Comma, Murder." 594 00:29:05,989 --> 00:29:08,989 I'm assuming you were or still are in love with another man. 595 00:29:12,529 --> 00:29:13,729 How was yours? 596 00:29:13,797 --> 00:29:15,027 Mine was delicious. 597 00:29:23,807 --> 00:29:24,788 You're the second person 598 00:29:24,808 --> 00:29:26,678 to check in today from St. Ben. 599 00:29:27,677 --> 00:29:28,777 Frankie Quinn? 600 00:29:30,514 --> 00:29:31,714 She's a colleague. 601 00:29:32,382 --> 00:29:33,922 Nice. 602 00:29:33,984 --> 00:29:35,514 Well, the room next to her is available. 603 00:29:35,552 --> 00:29:36,862 Would that work for you? 604 00:29:38,388 --> 00:29:39,488 Sure. 605 00:29:41,525 --> 00:29:44,395 All right, and there you are. 606 00:29:44,428 --> 00:29:45,528 Thank you. 607 00:29:52,602 --> 00:29:53,712 Hi again. 608 00:29:53,737 --> 00:29:55,367 I counted; 609 00:29:55,405 --> 00:29:58,675 This is the 19th voicemail I've left since, you know. 610 00:30:01,211 --> 00:30:03,251 Anyway, I'll give you what you seem to want. 611 00:30:03,280 --> 00:30:04,750 This'll be my last message. 612 00:30:05,682 --> 00:30:08,422 I, I do love you. 613 00:30:09,619 --> 00:30:13,589 But if you don't trust me, well, anyway. 614 00:30:13,623 --> 00:30:18,523 I, I hope that whatever you're doing, you're happy. 615 00:30:50,760 --> 00:30:51,800 Hello? 616 00:30:54,064 --> 00:30:57,494 Hey! 617 00:31:03,406 --> 00:31:04,387 Wyn? 618 00:31:04,407 --> 00:31:05,677 Someone broke into my room! 619 00:31:05,742 --> 00:31:07,782 I got him. - I'll cut him off. 620 00:31:16,786 --> 00:31:21,756 Stop, police! 621 00:31:30,367 --> 00:31:31,437 Freeze! 622 00:31:39,676 --> 00:31:40,976 Christopher Bell? 623 00:31:41,011 --> 00:31:42,551 How'd you get in Frankie's room. 624 00:31:43,947 --> 00:31:44,828 I have my ways. 625 00:31:44,848 --> 00:31:46,348 What were you doin' in there? 626 00:31:47,184 --> 00:31:47,998 She called me; 627 00:31:48,018 --> 00:31:49,188 She wanted to talk. 628 00:31:49,219 --> 00:31:50,319 I told you to call me on my cell, 629 00:31:50,353 --> 00:31:51,983 not break into my hotel room. 630 00:31:52,022 --> 00:31:54,862 I saw from the caller ID that she was staying here. 631 00:31:54,891 --> 00:31:56,391 I didn't trust her. - Why? 632 00:31:58,828 --> 00:32:01,468 Carl was committed to blurbing my first novel. 633 00:32:01,498 --> 00:32:02,968 His endorsement was critical to my deal. 634 00:32:02,999 --> 00:32:04,839 And when he pulled it, 635 00:32:04,868 --> 00:32:08,208 my publishers became far less committed to my work. 636 00:32:08,238 --> 00:32:10,708 What, and you think I told Carl to stop supporting you? 637 00:32:10,740 --> 00:32:11,980 Yeah, I do. 638 00:32:13,643 --> 00:32:15,403 I was looking for the blurb on your computer. 639 00:32:15,478 --> 00:32:16,678 He never sent. 640 00:32:16,713 --> 00:32:17,727 My computer's password protected. 641 00:32:17,747 --> 00:32:18,917 Yeah, is it, though? 642 00:32:19,983 --> 00:32:21,353 I never saw Carl's blurb, 643 00:32:21,384 --> 00:32:22,814 and I certainly didn't tell him to pull it. 644 00:32:22,852 --> 00:32:23,892 Yeah, right. 645 00:32:24,888 --> 00:32:26,388 Why not just confront Frankie 646 00:32:26,423 --> 00:32:28,993 of your suspicions of her at the birthday party? 647 00:32:29,025 --> 00:32:30,855 Well I didn't suspect her then. 648 00:32:30,894 --> 00:32:32,024 When did that start? 649 00:32:32,996 --> 00:32:34,826 Like I said, when I got your message 650 00:32:34,864 --> 00:32:36,994 and I saw from the caller ID that you were in town, 651 00:32:37,033 --> 00:32:39,493 I realized it must be because you found out 652 00:32:39,536 --> 00:32:41,236 that my book was coming out after all. 653 00:32:42,672 --> 00:32:44,182 I didn't know that. 654 00:32:44,207 --> 00:32:47,677 Now, maybe you think it's immoral, or motive for murder, 655 00:32:47,711 --> 00:32:49,111 but I have an alibi. 656 00:32:50,714 --> 00:32:52,344 The security cameras in my hotel. 657 00:32:55,685 --> 00:32:57,785 You know, Detective, it dawns on me 658 00:32:57,854 --> 00:33:00,724 that it would make for a great publicity angle for my book 659 00:33:00,757 --> 00:33:03,427 if you were to have the Minneapolis PD arrest me. 660 00:33:03,460 --> 00:33:04,860 You're under arrest. 661 00:33:04,894 --> 00:33:06,424 Come on. 662 00:33:08,131 --> 00:33:09,301 Not gonna lie, 663 00:33:09,366 --> 00:33:11,736 it felt good to be working alongside Wyn. 664 00:33:11,768 --> 00:33:14,768 Good that we had each other's backs, at least for a minute. 665 00:33:14,804 --> 00:33:16,264 And then the clerk saw my ID, 666 00:33:16,306 --> 00:33:18,436 and they saw that I was from St. Ben, 667 00:33:18,475 --> 00:33:19,935 and they mentioned that someone else from St. Ben 668 00:33:19,976 --> 00:33:21,246 had just checked in. 669 00:33:21,278 --> 00:33:22,978 And then you asked to be put next to me. 670 00:33:23,046 --> 00:33:25,646 Maybe it was the only room available. 671 00:33:25,715 --> 00:33:27,415 And I'm supposed to believe that? 672 00:33:28,618 --> 00:33:29,788 Not really. 673 00:33:29,819 --> 00:33:31,119 Would you believe that it was 674 00:33:31,154 --> 00:33:32,714 the clerk's suggestion? - No. 675 00:33:32,756 --> 00:33:34,456 It, it was. 676 00:33:34,491 --> 00:33:35,761 It was. 677 00:33:35,792 --> 00:33:38,402 We can go confirm that right now. 678 00:33:38,428 --> 00:33:39,758 Yeah, yeah? - Okay. 679 00:33:39,796 --> 00:33:41,296 All right, all right, I believe you. 680 00:33:42,599 --> 00:33:43,899 You know, I'm glad you're next door, 681 00:33:43,933 --> 00:33:45,933 because when someone breaks into your room, 682 00:33:45,969 --> 00:33:47,269 I'm there to rescue you. 683 00:33:50,473 --> 00:33:51,573 Sounds like a plan. 684 00:33:55,979 --> 00:33:57,249 Hey listen. 685 00:33:58,982 --> 00:34:00,952 Thanks for hearing me out this morning. 686 00:34:03,186 --> 00:34:05,786 And I appreciate you pushing me. 687 00:34:07,590 --> 00:34:10,600 But you know what I'm gonna say now. 688 00:34:10,627 --> 00:34:12,827 That I should go back to St. Ben tomorrow. 689 00:34:12,862 --> 00:34:14,832 And you know what I'm gonna say now. 690 00:34:14,864 --> 00:34:16,094 That if you didn't get involved, 691 00:34:16,132 --> 00:34:17,642 I'd still be in St. Ben. 692 00:34:17,667 --> 00:34:21,937 And it is impossible for you to deny the truth of this. 693 00:34:21,971 --> 00:34:23,171 So you'll say nothing, 694 00:34:23,206 --> 00:34:25,606 and just stare deeply into your wine glass. 695 00:34:33,316 --> 00:34:34,786 Tomorrow comes early. 696 00:34:34,818 --> 00:34:35,918 That it does. 697 00:34:36,619 --> 00:34:37,659 Night, Wyn. 698 00:34:41,725 --> 00:34:46,725 ♪ I'm the biggest pretender 699 00:34:48,998 --> 00:34:54,008 ♪ You should go 700 00:34:55,905 --> 00:34:58,735 ♪ You should go 701 00:35:14,557 --> 00:35:15,887 Okay, thanks. 702 00:35:15,925 --> 00:35:16,995 I'll see ya in a few. 703 00:35:18,161 --> 00:35:19,301 Morning. 704 00:35:20,730 --> 00:35:21,800 Hey. 705 00:35:22,332 --> 00:35:24,502 I'm meeting Ella in a half hour. 706 00:35:24,534 --> 00:35:26,164 You mean we're meeting Ella. 707 00:35:26,202 --> 00:35:29,042 So, I did a public records deed search 708 00:35:29,072 --> 00:35:30,912 to find out where Kara McRae lives. 709 00:35:30,940 --> 00:35:32,710 Ella can pull her driver's license. 710 00:35:32,742 --> 00:35:34,252 Well sure, but I'm glad I did this, 711 00:35:34,277 --> 00:35:35,547 because guess what. 712 00:35:36,112 --> 00:35:36,993 Do I have to? 713 00:35:37,013 --> 00:35:38,573 No, I'll just tell you. 714 00:35:38,615 --> 00:35:42,915 Kara McRae doesn't own property in Minneapolis. 715 00:35:42,952 --> 00:35:44,362 So she's in the suburbs. 716 00:35:44,387 --> 00:35:45,335 Well that was my first thought, 717 00:35:45,355 --> 00:35:46,885 but then I checked to see 718 00:35:46,923 --> 00:35:48,953 who owned the foundation building across the street. 719 00:35:49,025 --> 00:35:50,225 And? 720 00:35:50,260 --> 00:35:52,400 Owner is Lucian McRae, her billionaire daddy, 721 00:35:52,429 --> 00:35:55,469 who also owns the McMansion at 212 Crestview Drive. 722 00:35:55,532 --> 00:35:57,742 Wanna guess who lives there? 723 00:35:57,767 --> 00:35:59,267 Kara McRae. 724 00:35:59,302 --> 00:36:01,612 Found some old society page photos of her out the front, 725 00:36:01,638 --> 00:36:02,938 but also this. 726 00:36:05,975 --> 00:36:07,805 Father's selling her house. 727 00:36:07,877 --> 00:36:12,077 And he's selling the foundation building. 728 00:36:12,115 --> 00:36:15,315 Looks like all is not well in McRae land. 729 00:36:15,385 --> 00:36:16,485 Maybe, but I'm not sure 730 00:36:16,553 --> 00:36:18,763 how all this is connected to a homicide. 731 00:36:18,788 --> 00:36:20,088 Me neither. 732 00:36:20,123 --> 00:36:22,093 But like they say in my favorite movie. 733 00:36:23,626 --> 00:36:24,856 Follow the money. 734 00:36:36,439 --> 00:36:37,779 Morning, Beatrice. 735 00:36:37,807 --> 00:36:39,007 Hey Jim. 736 00:36:39,075 --> 00:36:40,405 Been a minute. 737 00:36:40,443 --> 00:36:41,973 I was just across the street at the post office. 738 00:36:42,011 --> 00:36:44,181 I saw you coming in, thought I'd pop over and say hi. 739 00:36:44,247 --> 00:36:45,094 Mornin' folks. 740 00:36:45,114 --> 00:36:46,174 Sorry, it's been busy. 741 00:36:46,249 --> 00:36:47,130 What can I get ya? 742 00:36:47,150 --> 00:36:48,990 Usual, Sally. - Wyn too? 743 00:36:49,018 --> 00:36:50,988 No need, thanks. - Jim? 744 00:36:51,020 --> 00:36:52,490 I'm already sufficiently caffeinated, 745 00:36:52,522 --> 00:36:53,992 but I will take one of your scones. 746 00:36:54,023 --> 00:36:55,083 Coming up. 747 00:36:57,160 --> 00:36:58,174 Wyn okay? 748 00:36:58,194 --> 00:37:00,094 Yeah, he's just outta town. 749 00:37:00,129 --> 00:37:01,629 Aren't you working two cases? 750 00:37:01,664 --> 00:37:03,624 Yeah, he's on one of them in Minneapolis. 751 00:37:03,666 --> 00:37:05,166 Frankie's in Minneapolis. 752 00:37:06,669 --> 00:37:07,769 I'm aware. 753 00:37:10,840 --> 00:37:12,180 I got your coffee. 754 00:37:12,208 --> 00:37:13,256 Thanks, Jim. 755 00:37:13,276 --> 00:37:14,806 Take care, Sally. - See ya. 756 00:37:17,313 --> 00:37:20,213 Did I hear that Wyn and Frankie are in Minneapolis together? 757 00:37:20,283 --> 00:37:21,553 Yeah, yeah, 758 00:37:21,618 --> 00:37:23,718 it's just, it's just a work thing. 759 00:37:23,786 --> 00:37:25,956 I know you and Wyn- - It's fine. 760 00:37:27,624 --> 00:37:28,654 Enjoy your scone. 761 00:37:37,033 --> 00:37:38,333 Hi. - Hello. 762 00:37:39,669 --> 00:37:41,469 Nice to get the band back together. 763 00:37:42,906 --> 00:37:46,036 So your intruder, Mr. Bell, made bail this morning. 764 00:37:47,043 --> 00:37:48,673 He turn it into a publicity stunt? 765 00:37:48,711 --> 00:37:50,551 Guy's piece of work. 766 00:37:50,580 --> 00:37:51,750 And I've got history with him. 767 00:37:51,814 --> 00:37:52,695 Five, six years ago, 768 00:37:52,715 --> 00:37:54,085 he worked for my cousin Chet 769 00:37:54,150 --> 00:37:56,520 who wanted me to arrest him for attempted extortion. 770 00:37:56,553 --> 00:37:58,423 Christopher Bell was the computer guy 771 00:37:58,488 --> 00:38:00,018 at Chet's security company. 772 00:38:00,056 --> 00:38:02,056 Yeah, he hacked my key card and laptop. 773 00:38:02,091 --> 00:38:03,072 Yeah, he's good. 774 00:38:03,092 --> 00:38:04,702 Anyway, he claimed he found a way 775 00:38:04,727 --> 00:38:07,427 to hack the feed from security cameras to the hard drive 776 00:38:07,497 --> 00:38:09,527 and alter security footage. 777 00:38:09,566 --> 00:38:11,996 He told Chet to pay up or he'd start telling customers. 778 00:38:12,035 --> 00:38:13,365 Bell had no record. 779 00:38:13,403 --> 00:38:14,713 That's because they didn't arrest him. 780 00:38:14,737 --> 00:38:15,907 There was no evidence. 781 00:38:15,939 --> 00:38:17,239 It was just his word against Chet's. 782 00:38:17,273 --> 00:38:19,203 But I made it clear there'd be no extortion. 783 00:38:19,242 --> 00:38:20,712 Bell's alibi for the night of the murder 784 00:38:20,743 --> 00:38:22,373 was the hotel security camera. 785 00:38:23,513 --> 00:38:26,283 Excuse me. 786 00:38:30,119 --> 00:38:31,789 So are you going after Bell? 787 00:38:31,854 --> 00:38:32,954 Lucian McRae first. 788 00:38:33,022 --> 00:38:33,903 Hey, do me a favor. 789 00:38:33,923 --> 00:38:35,253 Upload the hotel camera footage 790 00:38:35,291 --> 00:38:37,261 to the Minneapolis PD server. 791 00:38:37,293 --> 00:38:38,593 Ella's got an IT whiz here 792 00:38:38,628 --> 00:38:40,768 who can see if it was tampered with or not. 793 00:38:40,797 --> 00:38:42,067 On it. 794 00:38:42,098 --> 00:38:43,128 So, can we talk about the Sandman? 795 00:38:43,199 --> 00:38:44,299 Yeah, what's up? 796 00:38:44,367 --> 00:38:45,737 I was reading back over the statements 797 00:38:45,768 --> 00:38:47,538 in the Sandman burglaries from last year, 798 00:38:47,570 --> 00:38:48,910 and four outta the five victims 799 00:38:48,938 --> 00:38:50,878 reported they fell asleep early. 800 00:38:50,907 --> 00:38:52,577 Like with Mr. O'Connor yesterday. 801 00:38:53,943 --> 00:38:56,073 I know it's not much, but I thought I'd see 802 00:38:56,112 --> 00:38:59,252 if the same was true for the first victim, Rhonda Harper. 803 00:38:59,282 --> 00:39:01,152 That's a good plan. 804 00:39:01,217 --> 00:39:01,931 'Kay, I gotta jump. 805 00:39:01,951 --> 00:39:03,291 I'll call you later. 806 00:39:06,489 --> 00:39:08,759 Hey, Beatrice is uploading the footage. 807 00:39:08,791 --> 00:39:09,572 Good. 808 00:39:09,592 --> 00:39:10,832 Onto Lucian. 809 00:39:10,893 --> 00:39:11,774 Is it cool if I leave my truck here 810 00:39:11,794 --> 00:39:13,154 while I ride with you guys? 811 00:39:13,229 --> 00:39:14,143 Frankie, you're gonna have to sit this one out. 812 00:39:14,163 --> 00:39:15,663 Come on, 813 00:39:15,732 --> 00:39:16,713 I'm the one who brought you this Lucian information. 814 00:39:16,733 --> 00:39:18,473 You did, but Wyn's right. 815 00:39:18,501 --> 00:39:20,571 When we find out who killed Carl and bring it to trial, 816 00:39:20,603 --> 00:39:22,163 you'll be glad you didn't hand the defense 817 00:39:22,238 --> 00:39:23,668 the angle of the fiance 818 00:39:23,740 --> 00:39:26,080 who was inappropriately influencing the case. 819 00:39:38,488 --> 00:39:40,488 Thanks for making time for us, Mr. McRae. 820 00:39:40,523 --> 00:39:42,753 You're the police, what else would I do? 821 00:39:42,792 --> 00:39:44,302 Fair enough, sir. 822 00:39:44,327 --> 00:39:45,757 Detective Russo and I are looking into 823 00:39:45,795 --> 00:39:47,195 the murder of Carl Wiseman. 824 00:39:47,263 --> 00:39:48,493 Horrible business. 825 00:39:48,531 --> 00:39:51,771 I adored Carl, but I'm not sure how I can help. 826 00:39:51,801 --> 00:39:53,341 Well this may sound odd, 827 00:39:53,369 --> 00:39:55,669 but can you tell us why you're selling your daughter's house 828 00:39:55,705 --> 00:39:57,275 and her foundation property? 829 00:39:57,306 --> 00:40:00,476 The foundation my daughter founded is floundering. 830 00:40:00,510 --> 00:40:02,610 As is my daughter. 831 00:40:02,645 --> 00:40:05,475 I've grown tired of the aimless extravagance. 832 00:40:05,515 --> 00:40:08,215 Three months ago, I cut off her allowance 833 00:40:08,284 --> 00:40:10,444 in an effort to force her to make something of herself. 834 00:40:10,486 --> 00:40:14,126 But as fate would have it, she now has a fallback. 835 00:40:37,313 --> 00:40:38,973 Sorry to bother you, Ms. McRae. 836 00:40:39,015 --> 00:40:41,845 Yeah, we hate to interrupt your absorption of sunlight. 837 00:40:41,884 --> 00:40:44,184 You bring your trunks, detective? 838 00:40:46,756 --> 00:40:47,986 Excuse me. 839 00:40:48,024 --> 00:40:49,324 Actually, Bill, we need to talk to you too. 840 00:40:49,358 --> 00:40:51,198 And I need to deal with an intruder. 841 00:40:52,762 --> 00:40:53,832 Look familiar? 842 00:40:54,931 --> 00:40:55,745 I'll be right back. 843 00:40:55,765 --> 00:40:56,679 Don't worry. 844 00:40:56,699 --> 00:40:58,039 Won't jump in without you. 845 00:41:02,672 --> 00:41:03,712 Frankie. 846 00:41:05,341 --> 00:41:07,041 Are you attempting to get arrested for trespassing? 847 00:41:07,076 --> 00:41:08,576 I think the doorbell's broken. 848 00:41:08,611 --> 00:41:10,251 Ella told you to sit this one out. 849 00:41:10,279 --> 00:41:11,194 Well technically she told me 850 00:41:11,214 --> 00:41:12,244 to sit out the Lucian interview. 851 00:41:12,281 --> 00:41:13,162 How'd that go? 852 00:41:13,182 --> 00:41:14,352 Frankie. 853 00:41:14,383 --> 00:41:16,383 Wyn, I'm a licensed investigator 854 00:41:16,419 --> 00:41:17,589 with a client who hired me 855 00:41:17,620 --> 00:41:18,501 to find out who killed her brother. 856 00:41:18,521 --> 00:41:20,191 I'm not going anywhere. 857 00:41:20,223 --> 00:41:21,293 And if that means you have to arrest me, 858 00:41:21,357 --> 00:41:22,487 then go- - Stop. 859 00:41:23,292 --> 00:41:24,302 Come on. 860 00:41:28,131 --> 00:41:29,631 Okay, why don't we drop the introductions 861 00:41:29,699 --> 00:41:32,139 and any further pretense. 862 00:41:32,201 --> 00:41:33,571 Ms. McRae, Detective Huntsman and I, 863 00:41:33,603 --> 00:41:35,143 we met with your father about an hour ago. 864 00:41:35,204 --> 00:41:36,904 He said he cut you off financially, 865 00:41:36,939 --> 00:41:38,379 but you're not sweating it, 866 00:41:38,407 --> 00:41:40,747 'cause you have a fallback plan as Carl's next of kin. 867 00:41:40,777 --> 00:41:42,607 No, she wouldn't be his next of kin, they're divorced. 868 00:41:42,645 --> 00:41:44,245 Well, that's what he told you and everyone else, 869 00:41:44,280 --> 00:41:45,420 but she never signed the paperwork, 870 00:41:45,448 --> 00:41:47,318 which certainly gives you motive. 871 00:41:47,383 --> 00:41:49,313 I just never got around to it. 872 00:41:49,385 --> 00:41:50,545 You didn't know 873 00:41:50,586 --> 00:41:51,716 that she'd been kicked off the gravy train? 874 00:41:51,754 --> 00:41:53,054 Did you know that daddy won't be giving her 875 00:41:53,089 --> 00:41:54,789 a cent from the sale of this house? 876 00:41:54,824 --> 00:41:56,124 That looks like a no. 877 00:41:56,159 --> 00:41:58,499 You might wanna update your resume, Uncle Bill, 878 00:41:58,561 --> 00:42:00,671 and start looking for a new place to live. 879 00:42:00,730 --> 00:42:02,800 Carl was successful, but he wasn't a billionaire, 880 00:42:02,832 --> 00:42:06,602 and I suspect she'll burn through his estate fast. 881 00:42:06,636 --> 00:42:08,306 Am I under arrest? 882 00:42:09,839 --> 00:42:11,079 Right. 883 00:42:11,107 --> 00:42:12,407 Thought so. 884 00:42:12,441 --> 00:42:13,481 Bill? 885 00:42:17,113 --> 00:42:18,483 Frankie's right, Bill. 886 00:42:18,514 --> 00:42:20,274 That woman will drop you without a second thought, 887 00:42:20,316 --> 00:42:21,816 so why lie to protect her? 888 00:42:21,851 --> 00:42:24,161 I wasn't lying about the security tapes. 889 00:42:24,187 --> 00:42:25,317 They're wiped. 890 00:42:25,354 --> 00:42:27,354 You've got more to say, don't you? 891 00:42:34,363 --> 00:42:37,163 Come clean, and we'll try to keep your name outta things 892 00:42:37,200 --> 00:42:38,470 until you've found a new gig. 893 00:42:42,305 --> 00:42:45,105 She asked me to stay at a hotel that night at the benefit. 894 00:42:45,141 --> 00:42:47,881 I thought maybe she wanted some privacy. 895 00:42:47,944 --> 00:42:49,374 Wouldn't be the first time. 896 00:42:49,445 --> 00:42:52,875 But before going to bed, I realized I forgot my insulin. 897 00:42:52,949 --> 00:42:54,319 So I came back. 898 00:42:54,350 --> 00:42:55,550 I got my own entrance over there, 899 00:42:55,618 --> 00:42:58,158 so I figured shouldn't be a big deal. 900 00:42:58,187 --> 00:43:00,487 But I get here, and the house is dark. 901 00:43:01,724 --> 00:43:03,454 Check the garage, her car was gone. 902 00:43:03,492 --> 00:43:04,802 What time was that? 903 00:43:04,827 --> 00:43:05,927 Midnight. 904 00:43:06,696 --> 00:43:08,296 I go back to the hotel. 905 00:43:08,331 --> 00:43:09,501 When I show up for work the next morning, 906 00:43:09,532 --> 00:43:12,472 she tells me to wipe the security tapes 907 00:43:12,501 --> 00:43:13,801 and not to look at them. 908 00:43:16,505 --> 00:43:18,835 But you did look at them, didn't you? 909 00:43:21,077 --> 00:43:22,507 She got in after 2:00 am. 910 00:43:23,646 --> 00:43:25,316 That's enough time to get to St. Ben and back. 911 00:43:25,348 --> 00:43:26,418 Yes it is. 912 00:43:26,482 --> 00:43:27,592 Thanks, Bill. 913 00:43:27,650 --> 00:43:30,150 I should have said something yesterday. 914 00:43:30,186 --> 00:43:31,916 And listen, Frankie. 915 00:43:31,988 --> 00:43:33,388 I'm sorry for your loss. 916 00:43:34,323 --> 00:43:36,023 I didn't know Carl very well, 917 00:43:36,058 --> 00:43:38,058 but he recommended me for this job. 918 00:43:39,228 --> 00:43:40,528 Whoa, how did that happen? 919 00:43:42,498 --> 00:43:43,568 You don't know? 920 00:43:46,102 --> 00:43:47,712 Your stepmother introduced us. 921 00:43:52,408 --> 00:43:53,438 Megan? 922 00:43:54,510 --> 00:43:56,010 When? 923 00:43:56,045 --> 00:43:57,515 After her conviction. 924 00:43:57,546 --> 00:43:59,246 You visited Megan in prison. 925 00:44:00,583 --> 00:44:02,953 Bill, when was the last time you made contact with her? 926 00:44:03,019 --> 00:44:04,519 That visit. 927 00:44:04,553 --> 00:44:06,213 You can check the prison log if you don't believe me. 928 00:44:06,255 --> 00:44:07,525 Why did you go see her? 929 00:44:10,626 --> 00:44:12,396 She asked. 930 00:44:12,428 --> 00:44:13,798 And I saw no harm. 931 00:44:13,863 --> 00:44:16,473 She's a psychopath who murdered six people. 932 00:44:16,532 --> 00:44:17,572 None of them were innocent. 933 00:44:17,600 --> 00:44:19,070 That's up for the law to decide. 934 00:44:19,101 --> 00:44:20,241 What did Megan want? 935 00:44:21,570 --> 00:44:23,570 You really don't know? 936 00:44:23,606 --> 00:44:24,906 Know what? 937 00:44:24,941 --> 00:44:27,411 She wanted to introduce me to someone, 938 00:44:27,443 --> 00:44:29,373 a writer who needed my help 939 00:44:29,412 --> 00:44:31,422 with a book he was writing about murder. 940 00:44:33,482 --> 00:44:34,592 Carl. 941 00:44:35,918 --> 00:44:36,948 He didn't tell you. 942 00:44:38,587 --> 00:44:40,417 Can't say that I blame him. 943 00:44:41,490 --> 00:44:44,960 But yeah, your fiance was a weekly visitor 944 00:44:44,994 --> 00:44:46,654 at the Correction Center for Women. 945 00:44:52,501 --> 00:44:54,511 According to the warden, Megan's been a model prisoner. 946 00:44:54,570 --> 00:44:55,740 She runs the book club, 947 00:44:55,771 --> 00:44:58,081 and yes, Carl's visited her dozens of times, 948 00:44:58,107 --> 00:44:59,677 but our other person of interest 949 00:44:59,742 --> 00:45:02,112 has visited her a couple times too. 950 00:45:02,144 --> 00:45:02,959 Christopher Bell. 951 00:45:02,979 --> 00:45:04,519 Time to bring him in. 952 00:45:04,580 --> 00:45:06,020 Harding. 953 00:45:06,082 --> 00:45:10,692 Take Bookman, pick this guy up, and get him in here now. 954 00:45:11,821 --> 00:45:13,521 Bell's first visit was five months ago. 955 00:45:13,589 --> 00:45:16,159 The second was the week before Carl's murder. 956 00:45:16,192 --> 00:45:18,002 When's the last time Carl visited Megan? 957 00:45:18,027 --> 00:45:19,627 Last year, September 15. 958 00:45:21,197 --> 00:45:23,327 That's around the time he moved back to St. Ben. 959 00:45:23,366 --> 00:45:25,196 Carl didn't tell you he talked to her. 960 00:45:26,469 --> 00:45:27,669 I need to call my father. 961 00:45:30,773 --> 00:45:31,983 Yeah, I knew. 962 00:45:32,008 --> 00:45:32,955 Carl told me. 963 00:45:32,975 --> 00:45:34,505 You're kidding. 964 00:45:34,543 --> 00:45:36,103 Well he said it was for, for research, for his book. 965 00:45:36,145 --> 00:45:37,675 Why didn't you tell me about this? 966 00:45:37,713 --> 00:45:39,873 He asked me not to tell you about it, 967 00:45:39,949 --> 00:45:40,989 said he'd talk to you about it. 968 00:45:41,017 --> 00:45:42,187 Well, he didn't. 969 00:45:44,787 --> 00:45:45,957 I'm sorry, hon. 970 00:45:46,989 --> 00:45:48,689 But he also said he was done seeing Megan. 971 00:45:48,724 --> 00:45:51,124 Said that he didn't feel he could trust her. 972 00:45:52,561 --> 00:45:53,961 Well how'd he figure that out? 973 00:45:56,699 --> 00:45:57,799 Hang on, Jim. 974 00:45:57,833 --> 00:45:59,033 Huntsman. 975 00:45:59,068 --> 00:46:00,638 Thanks. 976 00:46:00,669 --> 00:46:01,909 Bell's in the interview room. 977 00:46:01,971 --> 00:46:03,571 I gotta go, Pop. - Francesca. 978 00:46:05,541 --> 00:46:06,681 I'm sorry. 979 00:46:06,709 --> 00:46:07,490 I know. 980 00:46:07,510 --> 00:46:08,710 I'll talk to you later. 981 00:46:13,649 --> 00:46:15,919 Yes, I went to see Megan Quinn. 982 00:46:16,685 --> 00:46:18,255 Why? 983 00:46:18,320 --> 00:46:20,660 My novel is about a serial killer. 984 00:46:20,689 --> 00:46:23,029 I went there asking for advice on my manuscript, 985 00:46:23,059 --> 00:46:24,559 and she gave it to me. 986 00:46:24,593 --> 00:46:26,093 What was her price? 987 00:46:26,162 --> 00:46:29,202 Couldn't it just be for the pleasure of reading my work? 988 00:46:29,231 --> 00:46:30,571 Chris? 989 00:46:30,599 --> 00:46:31,647 You don't mind if I call you Chris. 990 00:46:31,667 --> 00:46:32,681 Actually I- - You remember 991 00:46:32,701 --> 00:46:33,901 when we first met? 992 00:46:35,104 --> 00:46:36,704 You forgot? 993 00:46:36,739 --> 00:46:38,909 My cousin Chet wanted me to arrest you for extortion 994 00:46:38,941 --> 00:46:41,951 over you altering security camera footage. 995 00:46:42,011 --> 00:46:45,051 So imagine my surprise when Detective Russo tells me that 996 00:46:45,081 --> 00:46:49,091 your alibi for murder hinges on security camera footage. 997 00:46:49,118 --> 00:46:51,518 Our IT guys are taking a closer look 998 00:46:51,554 --> 00:46:53,684 at that hotel camera security footage right now, 999 00:46:53,722 --> 00:46:55,592 the night Carl was killed, 1000 00:46:55,624 --> 00:46:57,594 which gives us a reason to hold you. 1001 00:46:57,626 --> 00:46:59,526 Maybe you think that'd be good press? 1002 00:46:59,562 --> 00:47:01,372 But all our cells are full downstairs, 1003 00:47:01,397 --> 00:47:05,037 so we'd have to take you to county and put you in gen pop. 1004 00:47:05,067 --> 00:47:07,367 Might get some insights from the guys in there too. 1005 00:47:09,071 --> 00:47:10,371 What was Megan's price? 1006 00:47:14,977 --> 00:47:17,717 She wanted me to crash Carl's birthday party. 1007 00:47:17,746 --> 00:47:19,416 And stab him to death. - No! 1008 00:47:20,783 --> 00:47:22,623 She just wanted me to show up 1009 00:47:23,819 --> 00:47:25,789 and come back and tell her what I saw. 1010 00:47:27,156 --> 00:47:28,586 So I did. 1011 00:47:28,624 --> 00:47:30,484 Did she give you her insights? 1012 00:47:30,559 --> 00:47:32,729 You didn't like them? 1013 00:47:32,761 --> 00:47:35,731 They were useless. 1014 00:47:36,665 --> 00:47:37,835 Yeah, even Pam agreed. 1015 00:47:38,634 --> 00:47:39,794 Pam Gelbaum? 1016 00:47:41,604 --> 00:47:43,064 My agent, yeah. 1017 00:47:43,105 --> 00:47:46,005 Since when is she your agent? 1018 00:47:46,075 --> 00:47:48,675 She signed me after we met at Carl's party. 1019 00:47:53,082 --> 00:47:54,622 Mrs. Harper? - Yes. 1020 00:47:54,650 --> 00:47:55,820 I'm Detective Knutsen. 1021 00:47:55,851 --> 00:47:57,761 I was here a while back after the break in. 1022 00:47:57,786 --> 00:47:59,286 Yes, Detective. 1023 00:47:59,321 --> 00:48:00,791 Have you caught the Sandman? 1024 00:48:00,823 --> 00:48:02,663 Not yet. - Shoot. 1025 00:48:02,691 --> 00:48:04,191 Well, I don't care about the jewelry, 1026 00:48:04,260 --> 00:48:06,630 but I'd sure like to get back those photos that he stole. 1027 00:48:07,796 --> 00:48:09,666 Do you have a few minutes to talk? 1028 00:48:09,698 --> 00:48:11,198 I'm retired, Detective. 1029 00:48:11,267 --> 00:48:12,767 I have all the time you need. 1030 00:48:18,541 --> 00:48:19,321 I just brewed this. 1031 00:48:19,341 --> 00:48:21,011 It's Sally's dark roast. 1032 00:48:21,043 --> 00:48:22,303 Do you go to Sally's? 1033 00:48:22,344 --> 00:48:23,844 Only every day. 1034 00:48:23,879 --> 00:48:25,879 I had no idea how important local roasting was 1035 00:48:25,948 --> 00:48:27,478 until Sally explained it to me. 1036 00:48:27,516 --> 00:48:29,886 But you didn't come here to talk about coffee. 1037 00:48:32,188 --> 00:48:33,988 I was going back over your statement, 1038 00:48:34,023 --> 00:48:35,633 but the officer never noted 1039 00:48:35,658 --> 00:48:37,798 what time you went to bed that night. 1040 00:48:37,826 --> 00:48:39,656 Now, I realize it was a long time ago. 1041 00:48:39,695 --> 00:48:41,295 No, I remember it well. 1042 00:48:41,330 --> 00:48:43,900 Or rather I don't, if you get my drift. 1043 00:48:43,966 --> 00:48:45,036 I'm not sure I do. 1044 00:48:46,502 --> 00:48:48,512 Well, I can't tell you exactly what time I went to bed 1045 00:48:48,537 --> 00:48:53,207 because I fell asleep with the TV on, which I never do. 1046 00:48:53,242 --> 00:48:54,812 And, well actually, 1047 00:48:54,843 --> 00:48:58,173 I fell asleep with my coffee cup in my hand, and. 1048 00:48:59,348 --> 00:49:01,848 Where did you fall asleep? 1049 00:49:01,884 --> 00:49:03,184 Well, let me show you. 1050 00:49:07,423 --> 00:49:09,493 In my defense, that is not red wine. 1051 00:49:09,525 --> 00:49:11,095 I was having a cup of decaf coffee 1052 00:49:11,160 --> 00:49:14,060 from a special roast sample Sally gave me. 1053 00:49:14,096 --> 00:49:17,166 Here we are talking about coffee again. 1054 00:49:17,199 --> 00:49:19,169 Do you remember what time you started watching TV 1055 00:49:19,201 --> 00:49:21,271 or what you were watching? 1056 00:49:21,337 --> 00:49:22,837 The Mariners game. 1057 00:49:22,871 --> 00:49:24,711 They were tied with the Rangers when I fell asleep, 1058 00:49:24,740 --> 00:49:26,910 so that should give you a good idea. 1059 00:49:26,942 --> 00:49:29,212 You know, I thought I'd have trouble sleeping 1060 00:49:29,245 --> 00:49:32,445 after the break in, but I really haven't. 1061 00:49:32,514 --> 00:49:34,444 I guess my age has finally got up to me. 1062 00:49:41,523 --> 00:49:43,883 When we had dinner, Pam said nothing about repping Bell. 1063 00:49:43,926 --> 00:49:46,256 The security footage is her alibi too. 1064 00:49:46,295 --> 00:49:48,895 Maybe Pam and Bell are in it together. 1065 00:49:48,931 --> 00:49:50,301 How long for your IT guy to go through it? 1066 00:49:50,366 --> 00:49:52,096 A lotta bytes, hopefully a day or two, he says. 1067 00:49:52,134 --> 00:49:54,134 We need to check Bell's story with Pam. 1068 00:49:54,203 --> 00:49:55,373 And with Megan Quinn. 1069 00:49:57,906 --> 00:49:59,106 I can go talk to her. 1070 00:50:00,042 --> 00:50:02,882 No, we have the history with her. 1071 00:50:14,323 --> 00:50:19,333 My my, the agents of my reckoning. 1072 00:50:21,563 --> 00:50:23,893 So do we, do we begin with hellos, 1073 00:50:23,932 --> 00:50:27,342 or shall we dispense of banal niceties? 1074 00:50:27,403 --> 00:50:28,473 Let's. 1075 00:50:32,574 --> 00:50:34,174 No gold band on that finger. 1076 00:50:36,845 --> 00:50:40,145 Did something happen to your ever so romantic secret-? 1077 00:50:40,182 --> 00:50:41,622 Megan- - Frankie. 1078 00:50:44,086 --> 00:50:45,156 How's your father? 1079 00:50:45,954 --> 00:50:47,984 Happily divorced. 1080 00:50:49,658 --> 00:50:51,458 How I have missed that sharp tongue of yours, my dear. 1081 00:50:51,493 --> 00:50:53,293 I'm not your anything, Megan. 1082 00:50:56,965 --> 00:50:58,995 Why did Carl Wiseman stop visiting you? 1083 00:51:00,436 --> 00:51:01,606 Dear Carl. 1084 00:51:03,605 --> 00:51:06,975 You know, I've had thousands of students over the years, 1085 00:51:07,009 --> 00:51:08,309 but only one of them went on 1086 00:51:08,344 --> 00:51:11,444 to become a very brilliant and successful writer. 1087 00:51:13,015 --> 00:51:15,315 Please don't take that as a slight to you two, 1088 00:51:15,351 --> 00:51:16,891 my praise of Carl. 1089 00:51:16,952 --> 00:51:18,192 We'll survive. 1090 00:51:20,389 --> 00:51:22,889 You know, I wondered whether or not you would. 1091 00:51:24,993 --> 00:51:26,093 Survive. 1092 00:51:27,329 --> 00:51:28,969 Please. 1093 00:51:29,998 --> 00:51:31,538 Take it easy, 1094 00:51:31,567 --> 00:51:34,237 there's nothing more dangerous here than a story. 1095 00:51:39,141 --> 00:51:43,181 He was discovered by his fiance, Francesca Quinn. 1096 00:51:45,047 --> 00:51:46,977 That must have been harrowing, Frankie. 1097 00:51:48,550 --> 00:51:50,590 I mean, surely you must realize that 1098 00:51:50,652 --> 00:51:54,262 you're the reason Carl broke off contact with me. 1099 00:51:56,024 --> 00:51:59,854 He returned to St. Ben to reunite with his first great love. 1100 00:51:59,895 --> 00:52:02,995 I did tell him she was spoken for. 1101 00:52:04,867 --> 00:52:06,897 But I guess that's all past tense now. 1102 00:52:09,938 --> 00:52:11,438 How'd it feel, Megan, 1103 00:52:11,507 --> 00:52:12,937 when your beloved student who'd been visiting you for weeks 1104 00:52:13,008 --> 00:52:15,178 suddenly broke things off? 1105 00:52:15,210 --> 00:52:16,250 Wynton. 1106 00:52:17,446 --> 00:52:21,546 How did it feel to see Frankie engaged to another man? 1107 00:52:21,583 --> 00:52:22,913 Answer my question. 1108 00:52:22,951 --> 00:52:25,021 Quid pro quo. 1109 00:52:25,053 --> 00:52:26,913 I felt like a fool. 1110 00:52:26,955 --> 00:52:28,015 Your turn. 1111 00:52:30,025 --> 00:52:32,595 As you both know, I never had any children of my own. 1112 00:52:34,029 --> 00:52:36,199 Although I did consider all of my students my children, 1113 00:52:36,231 --> 00:52:38,471 which included you both. 1114 00:52:39,701 --> 00:52:41,001 And Carl. 1115 00:52:45,073 --> 00:52:47,273 The year cancer took his mom, 1116 00:52:47,309 --> 00:52:48,949 he wrote to me from college 1117 00:52:48,977 --> 00:52:51,047 and said that he was gonna be all right, 1118 00:52:51,079 --> 00:52:52,949 because he still had me. 1119 00:52:55,050 --> 00:52:56,290 Did you know that, Frankie? 1120 00:52:58,554 --> 00:52:59,584 Well now that you do, 1121 00:52:59,621 --> 00:53:01,061 you might imagine how I felt 1122 00:53:01,089 --> 00:53:03,589 when he said he wouldn't be seeing me ever again. 1123 00:53:06,962 --> 00:53:08,572 He broke my heart. 1124 00:53:08,597 --> 00:53:10,467 Prison logs say that you were visited twice 1125 00:53:10,499 --> 00:53:11,799 by Christopher Bell. 1126 00:53:12,601 --> 00:53:14,671 Dear sweet Christopher. 1127 00:53:14,736 --> 00:53:18,106 He asked me to read his novel and give him some notes. 1128 00:53:19,141 --> 00:53:20,941 Except he didn't really take very kindly 1129 00:53:20,976 --> 00:53:22,146 to what I had to say, 1130 00:53:22,177 --> 00:53:25,077 and he hasn't contacted me since. 1131 00:53:26,315 --> 00:53:29,015 I guess as the jilted protege, 1132 00:53:29,084 --> 00:53:31,354 he is a suspect in Carl's homicide? 1133 00:53:33,689 --> 00:53:34,789 You know, it's funny. 1134 00:53:35,958 --> 00:53:40,198 He just seems so pathetic and ineffectual. 1135 00:53:41,797 --> 00:53:43,997 But if I have taught you two nothing else, 1136 00:53:44,032 --> 00:53:45,472 I have taught you this: 1137 00:53:46,802 --> 00:53:50,012 Who among us isn't capable of murder? 1138 00:54:07,890 --> 00:54:10,060 Detective Ella Huntsman. 1139 00:54:10,125 --> 00:54:12,695 Sounds like a fictional detective's name. 1140 00:54:12,728 --> 00:54:14,128 Well, it's real. 1141 00:54:14,162 --> 00:54:16,202 Which makes it perfect for fiction. 1142 00:54:17,165 --> 00:54:18,365 Ms. Gelbaum, 1143 00:54:18,400 --> 00:54:20,170 I'm helping Detective Wynton Russo of the SBPD 1144 00:54:20,202 --> 00:54:22,012 on the Carl Wiseman homicide. 1145 00:54:22,037 --> 00:54:23,567 Okay. 1146 00:54:23,639 --> 00:54:25,579 I understand that you represent Christopher Bell, 1147 00:54:27,142 --> 00:54:30,312 and that you signed him after Mr. Wiseman was murdered. 1148 00:54:32,147 --> 00:54:34,517 Detective Ella Huntsman does her homework. 1149 00:54:35,918 --> 00:54:37,388 So how did that go down? 1150 00:54:37,419 --> 00:54:38,719 You signing Mr. Bell. 1151 00:54:40,155 --> 00:54:42,055 Well, I knew of Christopher through Carl, 1152 00:54:42,090 --> 00:54:45,200 but we never met until that night at Carl's party. 1153 00:54:45,227 --> 00:54:46,727 Neither of us was invited. 1154 00:54:48,196 --> 00:54:50,426 Carl was upset with me, and Christopher was upset with Carl, 1155 00:54:50,499 --> 00:54:52,099 which made Carl upset with Christopher. 1156 00:54:52,167 --> 00:54:55,507 It's an emotional field we're in, Detective. 1157 00:54:56,338 --> 00:54:57,668 I can kinda relate. 1158 00:54:57,706 --> 00:54:59,076 I'll bet. 1159 00:54:59,107 --> 00:55:02,247 Anyway, there we were, two party crashers. 1160 00:55:02,277 --> 00:55:05,547 So I suppose you could say we bonded over chutzpah. 1161 00:55:05,581 --> 00:55:08,191 Christopher already had a publisher for his novel. 1162 00:55:08,216 --> 00:55:10,246 He got that without an agent. 1163 00:55:10,285 --> 00:55:11,715 My guy's a hustler. 1164 00:55:11,753 --> 00:55:14,053 He gave me his manuscript to read. 1165 00:55:14,089 --> 00:55:17,759 I devoured it that night and signed him in the morning. 1166 00:55:17,793 --> 00:55:20,603 Before or after Detective Russo told you Carl was dead? 1167 00:55:21,863 --> 00:55:22,893 After. 1168 00:55:23,899 --> 00:55:25,369 Does that make me look more guilty? 1169 00:55:29,638 --> 00:55:30,968 Sounds like Mr. Bell and his agent 1170 00:55:31,039 --> 00:55:32,479 are both still very much on the board. 1171 00:55:32,541 --> 00:55:34,211 Along with Kara McRae. 1172 00:55:34,242 --> 00:55:35,612 Why do I feel like 1173 00:55:35,644 --> 00:55:36,874 we've only gotten further from figuring this out? 1174 00:55:36,912 --> 00:55:39,082 Because we have. 1175 00:55:39,114 --> 00:55:40,214 I think my room service is here. 1176 00:55:40,248 --> 00:55:41,488 I'll call you in the morning. 1177 00:55:49,992 --> 00:55:51,262 You're not room service. 1178 00:55:52,127 --> 00:55:53,197 Nope. 1179 00:55:54,129 --> 00:55:55,329 Can we talk? 1180 00:55:55,397 --> 00:55:57,497 Think we've proven we're capable of that. 1181 00:56:04,172 --> 00:56:05,412 Would you like something heinously overpriced 1182 00:56:05,440 --> 00:56:06,288 from the mini fridge? 1183 00:56:06,308 --> 00:56:07,438 I'm fine. 1184 00:56:11,079 --> 00:56:12,249 Seeing Megan was- 1185 00:56:12,280 --> 00:56:13,320 Awful. 1186 00:56:15,117 --> 00:56:17,847 A reminder of something I was saying to a client 1187 00:56:17,919 --> 00:56:18,959 just the other day. 1188 00:56:20,322 --> 00:56:21,762 We all have secrets. 1189 00:56:23,592 --> 00:56:25,262 Even from the people we care about. 1190 00:56:32,334 --> 00:56:34,334 You have a secret you wanna share? 1191 00:56:41,309 --> 00:56:44,309 Do you think I stopped loving you? 1192 00:56:46,948 --> 00:56:49,118 Frankie, you were going to get married. 1193 00:56:49,151 --> 00:56:50,291 Was I? 1194 00:56:53,121 --> 00:56:54,361 You had a ring. 1195 00:56:57,559 --> 00:56:58,829 I also had a bracelet. 1196 00:57:06,301 --> 00:57:07,341 Hold on. 1197 00:57:16,344 --> 00:57:18,004 There's plenty of food, if you're- 1198 00:57:18,046 --> 00:57:19,716 You broke up with me, Wyn. 1199 00:57:22,184 --> 00:57:23,484 And you broke my heart, Frankie. 1200 00:57:23,518 --> 00:57:26,888 I will tell you again, 1201 00:57:26,922 --> 00:57:28,262 and you can trust me or not. 1202 00:57:28,323 --> 00:57:31,183 There was nothing going on between me and Carl 1203 00:57:31,226 --> 00:57:33,026 at that point. 1204 00:57:33,061 --> 00:57:35,071 And yes, when you told me that you couldn't trust me 1205 00:57:35,097 --> 00:57:36,267 and you ended us, 1206 00:57:38,233 --> 00:57:41,033 Carl was just there. 1207 00:57:42,337 --> 00:57:44,607 And we fell back into what we had in high school. 1208 00:57:45,841 --> 00:57:48,751 And it was nice and easy. 1209 00:57:49,945 --> 00:57:51,045 And I needed easy. 1210 00:57:54,249 --> 00:57:55,849 And then he proposed. 1211 00:57:57,753 --> 00:57:58,763 And I said yes. 1212 00:58:01,289 --> 00:58:02,359 But I shouldn't have. 1213 00:58:04,693 --> 00:58:06,233 Because I didn't wanna marry him. 1214 00:58:08,096 --> 00:58:09,426 Because I didn't love him. 1215 00:58:11,266 --> 00:58:12,466 Not like that. 1216 00:58:14,803 --> 00:58:16,213 Carl figured that out. 1217 00:58:17,372 --> 00:58:18,812 "Love, Comma, Murder," 1218 00:58:18,874 --> 00:58:20,904 the reason why you got in a fight at his party? 1219 00:58:20,942 --> 00:58:23,112 I read the manuscript last week. 1220 00:58:23,145 --> 00:58:25,575 Of course you did. 1221 00:58:26,948 --> 00:58:29,988 That fight was barely even a fight. 1222 00:58:30,051 --> 00:58:31,451 It was more just me feeling awful 1223 00:58:31,486 --> 00:58:33,756 because I'd broken his heart. 1224 00:58:35,457 --> 00:58:36,627 Like I guess I did yours. 1225 00:58:37,626 --> 00:58:39,456 No, it, it wasn't only you. 1226 00:58:40,395 --> 00:58:42,065 Carl, he got the ball rolling. 1227 00:58:44,499 --> 00:58:46,239 After you left the department, 1228 00:58:46,268 --> 00:58:50,138 he sent me, "The Foolish Policeman," with a personal note. 1229 00:58:51,339 --> 00:58:54,239 Dear Wyn, Frankie thinks this is based on you. 1230 00:58:54,276 --> 00:58:55,806 Smart girl, Carl. 1231 00:58:55,844 --> 00:58:57,504 Why didn't you tell me about this? 1232 00:58:57,579 --> 00:58:59,019 I don't know, a little piece of me didn't trust you, 1233 00:58:59,080 --> 00:59:00,980 and this made it worse. 1234 00:59:03,785 --> 00:59:07,685 He sent these in the coming weeks. 1235 00:59:07,756 --> 00:59:10,486 This one, the last one. 1236 00:59:13,662 --> 00:59:15,302 Frankie and I are in love. 1237 00:59:15,330 --> 00:59:17,130 Be a man, step aside. 1238 00:59:18,366 --> 00:59:21,936 I read that and I drove over to Carl's to confront him, 1239 00:59:21,970 --> 00:59:23,470 and you were there. 1240 00:59:23,505 --> 00:59:25,105 Having coffee, nothing more. 1241 00:59:25,140 --> 00:59:26,980 Doesn't matter if you were together or not. 1242 00:59:27,008 --> 00:59:28,448 Carl, he was in my head. 1243 00:59:28,476 --> 00:59:29,806 But this isn't Carl. 1244 00:59:29,845 --> 00:59:31,375 I know you think he's a sweet guy- 1245 00:59:31,446 --> 00:59:32,946 No no no, the handwriting. 1246 00:59:32,981 --> 00:59:35,321 It's close, but it's a forgery. 1247 00:59:35,350 --> 00:59:36,490 I'm a forensics expert. 1248 00:59:36,518 --> 00:59:38,288 I know Carl's handwriting. 1249 00:59:38,320 --> 00:59:39,720 He did not write these notes. 1250 00:59:41,289 --> 00:59:42,529 Someone was... 1251 00:59:45,560 --> 00:59:47,160 Someone was trying to break us up. 1252 00:59:54,803 --> 00:59:56,373 Detective. - Hey, Tommy. 1253 00:59:56,404 --> 00:59:57,734 You call Detective Russo? 1254 00:59:57,806 --> 00:59:59,576 Wyn says it probably wasn't the Sandman 1255 00:59:59,641 --> 01:00:00,741 because he's not home. 1256 01:00:05,881 --> 01:00:08,051 Neighbor heard the crash, called 911. 1257 01:00:09,484 --> 01:00:11,244 Looks like they didn't take 1258 01:00:11,319 --> 01:00:13,089 any of Wyn's most prized possessions. 1259 01:00:13,154 --> 01:00:15,354 No, just the TV, I think. 1260 01:00:15,390 --> 01:00:18,230 But um, there's something you need to see. 1261 01:00:39,447 --> 01:00:41,347 Hey, you're early. 1262 01:00:41,383 --> 01:00:43,523 There was a break in at my place last night. 1263 01:00:43,551 --> 01:00:44,566 The Sandman? 1264 01:00:44,586 --> 01:00:45,856 A change in his MO. 1265 01:00:47,022 --> 01:00:48,562 Listen, Ella just called, 1266 01:00:48,590 --> 01:00:50,530 and she wants to meet with just me at the precinct. 1267 01:00:50,558 --> 01:00:52,198 Is she trying to cut me out? 1268 01:00:52,227 --> 01:00:53,897 You know what, I'll ask her myself. 1269 01:01:01,569 --> 01:01:02,839 I said just you. 1270 01:01:05,040 --> 01:01:06,940 Frankie, can you please wait outside? 1271 01:01:07,943 --> 01:01:09,083 Sure. 1272 01:01:14,249 --> 01:01:16,119 What's going on, Bea? 1273 01:01:27,462 --> 01:01:28,632 What's going on? 1274 01:01:29,497 --> 01:01:31,837 I'm being framed for Carl's murder. 1275 01:01:31,900 --> 01:01:33,240 I have to take him back to St. Ben. 1276 01:01:33,268 --> 01:01:34,215 I'm sorry. 1277 01:01:34,235 --> 01:01:35,505 Beatrice! - Frankie. 1278 01:01:35,570 --> 01:01:36,610 Bea's just doing her job. 1279 01:01:38,506 --> 01:01:39,836 What just happened? 1280 01:01:39,908 --> 01:01:41,108 Beatrice asked me to call him in; 1281 01:01:41,142 --> 01:01:42,152 She had a warrant for his arrest. 1282 01:01:42,177 --> 01:01:43,577 Based on what? 1283 01:01:43,611 --> 01:01:45,181 There was a break in at Wyn's place last night. 1284 01:01:45,246 --> 01:01:47,476 In the midst of the search, Beatrice found some things. 1285 01:01:47,515 --> 01:01:48,430 What things? 1286 01:01:48,450 --> 01:01:49,230 You need to let this play- 1287 01:01:49,250 --> 01:01:50,450 Ella, what things? 1288 01:01:55,490 --> 01:01:56,830 The blood matches Carl's. 1289 01:01:56,858 --> 01:01:58,598 Wyn's prints are on the handle. 1290 01:01:58,626 --> 01:02:00,526 And the cell phone Carl was using, 1291 01:02:00,595 --> 01:02:03,095 and the burner he was texting to the night he was killed. 1292 01:02:03,131 --> 01:02:03,845 No, no, no, no, no. 1293 01:02:03,865 --> 01:02:05,595 I'm sorry, Frankie. 1294 01:02:05,633 --> 01:02:06,663 I'm as shocked as you are. 1295 01:02:06,701 --> 01:02:07,582 He wouldn't do this. 1296 01:02:07,602 --> 01:02:08,612 He couldn't. 1297 01:02:08,636 --> 01:02:09,651 He's innocent. 1298 01:02:09,671 --> 01:02:10,911 I'm gonna prove it. 1299 01:02:18,713 --> 01:02:20,473 There is no way Wyn did this. 1300 01:02:20,515 --> 01:02:22,045 I know, Pop. 1301 01:02:22,117 --> 01:02:24,317 I mean, just forget for a second that he has a moral code 1302 01:02:24,352 --> 01:02:25,862 and murder isn't part of it. 1303 01:02:25,887 --> 01:02:27,787 He's too smart to hang onto evidence of a crime. 1304 01:02:27,822 --> 01:02:29,292 He would've destroyed both phones. 1305 01:02:29,324 --> 01:02:31,324 And melted down that knife. - Agreed. 1306 01:02:33,561 --> 01:02:35,031 You coming back to St. Ben? 1307 01:02:35,063 --> 01:02:37,533 No, I'm gonna work a few angles here. 1308 01:02:37,565 --> 01:02:39,495 What do you need me to do? 1309 01:02:39,534 --> 01:02:41,134 Get back to St. Ben. 1310 01:02:41,169 --> 01:02:43,369 Call Mickey Cole on your way. 1311 01:02:43,405 --> 01:02:44,505 Yeah. 1312 01:02:52,881 --> 01:02:54,181 Detective Huntsman. 1313 01:02:54,215 --> 01:02:55,845 Can you let us into Wynton Russo's room? 1314 01:03:08,563 --> 01:03:09,593 Okay, this. 1315 01:03:09,664 --> 01:03:10,994 This proves Wyn is being- 1316 01:03:11,032 --> 01:03:12,672 All this proves 1317 01:03:12,700 --> 01:03:13,581 is that someone is trying to break you and Wyn up. 1318 01:03:13,601 --> 01:03:14,771 Creating a motive for Wyn. 1319 01:03:14,836 --> 01:03:15,750 Revenge. 1320 01:03:15,770 --> 01:03:16,840 You and Wyn split when? 1321 01:03:16,871 --> 01:03:18,071 A year ago. 1322 01:03:18,106 --> 01:03:19,236 And I know you're gonna say, well, why wait? 1323 01:03:19,274 --> 01:03:20,604 Why not kill Carl then? 1324 01:03:20,675 --> 01:03:21,656 That is what I was gonna say. 1325 01:03:21,676 --> 01:03:23,176 The engagement. 1326 01:03:23,211 --> 01:03:24,611 Maybe the killer was waiting for the stakes to be raised. 1327 01:03:24,679 --> 01:03:25,749 That's pretty shaky. 1328 01:03:25,780 --> 01:03:27,450 But even if so, why wait another week 1329 01:03:27,515 --> 01:03:28,615 to plant the evidence at Wyn's house? 1330 01:03:28,683 --> 01:03:30,283 Well they needed him to leave town. 1331 01:03:30,351 --> 01:03:32,791 No way they could stage a burglary with him home. 1332 01:03:32,854 --> 01:03:35,014 That's a lotta leaps with zero evidence. 1333 01:03:36,191 --> 01:03:37,261 Not zero. 1334 01:03:38,526 --> 01:03:39,756 These books. 1335 01:03:39,794 --> 01:03:40,924 Right, yeah, 1336 01:03:40,962 --> 01:03:41,876 we'll run the handwriting analysis. 1337 01:03:41,896 --> 01:03:43,096 No, no, no, they're hardcover. 1338 01:03:43,131 --> 01:03:45,131 They haven't been out in hardcover for years. 1339 01:03:45,967 --> 01:03:47,637 Okay, see this? 1340 01:03:48,636 --> 01:03:50,106 That mean something? 1341 01:03:50,138 --> 01:03:51,608 When an author publishes, they get a bunch of copies, 1342 01:03:51,639 --> 01:03:53,439 all numbered as part of their contract. 1343 01:03:53,475 --> 01:03:55,135 So that would mean this is the 71st? 1344 01:03:55,210 --> 01:03:56,650 Yeah. 1345 01:03:56,711 --> 01:03:58,281 But doesn't that make the case that it came from Carl? 1346 01:03:58,313 --> 01:03:59,723 Except Carl made a point 1347 01:03:59,747 --> 01:04:01,617 of never having his own books in his house. 1348 01:04:01,649 --> 01:04:03,649 So maybe he kept them in storage somewhere. 1349 01:04:03,718 --> 01:04:04,748 Yeah. 1350 01:04:04,786 --> 01:04:05,956 With his agent. 1351 01:04:19,901 --> 01:04:21,001 She usually this late? 1352 01:04:24,305 --> 01:04:25,805 Frankie Quinn. 1353 01:04:27,675 --> 01:04:31,675 And Detective Ella Huntsman, together in my office. 1354 01:04:31,746 --> 01:04:33,016 The plot thickens. 1355 01:04:34,282 --> 01:04:35,852 We need to talk to you about this. 1356 01:04:37,152 --> 01:04:38,762 Okay, come on in. 1357 01:04:44,826 --> 01:04:45,926 Have a seat. 1358 01:04:53,868 --> 01:04:55,768 Hang on, you're the one who bought this? 1359 01:04:55,803 --> 01:04:56,963 Bought it? 1360 01:04:57,005 --> 01:04:58,265 Yeah, I remember the number. 1361 01:04:58,306 --> 01:04:59,876 I sold it to someone using a pseudonym. 1362 01:04:59,941 --> 01:05:01,141 Sold it? 1363 01:05:01,176 --> 01:05:03,546 Okay, I'm confused. 1364 01:05:03,611 --> 01:05:04,811 How did you get the book? 1365 01:05:04,846 --> 01:05:07,816 No, how 'bout you just tell us who bought it. 1366 01:05:07,849 --> 01:05:10,849 Someone emailed me, asked if I had a hardcover edition, 1367 01:05:10,885 --> 01:05:12,555 and offered $1,500 cash. 1368 01:05:12,620 --> 01:05:13,535 1500 bucks? 1369 01:05:13,555 --> 01:05:14,685 That sounds like a lot. 1370 01:05:14,722 --> 01:05:16,662 Not for an out-of-print first edition. 1371 01:05:16,691 --> 01:05:18,801 Anyway, they sent me the cash and I sent the book. 1372 01:05:18,826 --> 01:05:21,156 So you have the name and address of the buyer? 1373 01:05:22,363 --> 01:05:24,023 Let me find the address. 1374 01:05:24,065 --> 01:05:26,865 As far as the name, well, like I said, 1375 01:05:26,901 --> 01:05:29,171 it was definitely a pseudonym. 1376 01:05:29,204 --> 01:05:30,734 How do you know that? 1377 01:05:30,805 --> 01:05:32,705 The name was Will Shakespeare. 1378 01:05:34,209 --> 01:05:35,479 Got the address. 1379 01:05:42,083 --> 01:05:43,313 Hey, Beatrice. - Jim. 1380 01:05:43,351 --> 01:05:44,991 This is- - Mickey Cole. 1381 01:05:45,019 --> 01:05:46,819 Detective Russo's attorney. 1382 01:05:46,854 --> 01:05:48,724 I hope you haven't questioned him yet. 1383 01:05:49,824 --> 01:05:51,124 I haven't. 1384 01:05:53,161 --> 01:05:54,931 We're ready when you are. - We? 1385 01:05:55,863 --> 01:05:57,023 This is my paralegal. 1386 01:06:02,604 --> 01:06:05,674 Why don't we start the night Carl Wiseman was killed. 1387 01:06:05,707 --> 01:06:07,207 I had to call you a few times on your phone 1388 01:06:07,242 --> 01:06:08,442 from the crime scene 1389 01:06:08,509 --> 01:06:09,949 after he didn't answer your police radio. 1390 01:06:10,011 --> 01:06:13,081 As I said that night, I crashed early. 1391 01:06:13,114 --> 01:06:15,114 What time did you go to bed? 1392 01:06:16,184 --> 01:06:17,384 Around 10:00. 1393 01:06:20,455 --> 01:06:23,625 I fell, I fell asleep on the couch, actually. 1394 01:06:27,295 --> 01:06:28,725 Did you have a lot to drink with dinner? 1395 01:06:28,763 --> 01:06:29,993 Detective. 1396 01:06:30,898 --> 01:06:32,768 Are you trying to impune my client's character? 1397 01:06:32,800 --> 01:06:33,870 I'm trying to understand 1398 01:06:33,901 --> 01:06:35,271 my friend's physical and mental state 1399 01:06:35,303 --> 01:06:36,773 the night a homicide took place. 1400 01:06:36,804 --> 01:06:38,804 Mickey, it's all right. 1401 01:06:38,873 --> 01:06:41,533 I had a glass of wine with dinner at Carmine's, 1402 01:06:41,576 --> 01:06:44,376 just a block down from my place. 1403 01:06:44,412 --> 01:06:46,482 Anyone to corroborate that? 1404 01:06:46,547 --> 01:06:48,717 Yeah, yeah, my date, Sally Gibbons. 1405 01:06:58,793 --> 01:07:01,953 I'll do the police thing. 1406 01:07:06,834 --> 01:07:09,004 Then I saw someone I'd seen before. 1407 01:07:09,070 --> 01:07:10,770 The hat threw me at first, 1408 01:07:10,805 --> 01:07:13,275 but then I remembered where I'd seen him. 1409 01:07:13,308 --> 01:07:16,148 Standing behind Megan Quinn in the prison. 1410 01:07:16,177 --> 01:07:18,007 Police, anyone home? 1411 01:07:19,347 --> 01:07:24,417 Hey! 1412 01:07:31,926 --> 01:07:32,996 Ew! 1413 01:07:39,934 --> 01:07:42,434 Stay down! 1414 01:07:42,470 --> 01:07:43,451 Easy, Frankie. 1415 01:07:43,471 --> 01:07:44,541 He threw a fish at me. 1416 01:07:44,605 --> 01:07:46,375 Well, we got him. 1417 01:07:52,046 --> 01:07:53,176 Harlan Trent. 1418 01:07:54,482 --> 01:07:56,152 You're in big trouble, Harlan. 1419 01:07:56,184 --> 01:07:57,198 Wasn't resisting; 1420 01:07:57,218 --> 01:07:59,188 She didn't ID yourself as PD. 1421 01:07:59,220 --> 01:08:00,860 Yeah, no, I'm not talking about that. 1422 01:08:00,888 --> 01:08:02,058 I'm talking about you 1423 01:08:02,123 --> 01:08:03,993 being the personal assistant to a felon. 1424 01:08:04,025 --> 01:08:05,155 How do you think the warden's gonna feel 1425 01:08:05,193 --> 01:08:07,903 about you bringing packages to Megan Quinn? 1426 01:08:07,962 --> 01:08:09,702 I didn't do anything illegal. 1427 01:08:09,731 --> 01:08:11,971 Mr. Trent, murder is a crime. 1428 01:08:11,999 --> 01:08:13,399 Murder? 1429 01:08:13,468 --> 01:08:16,068 The author of those books you bought, Carl Wiseman? 1430 01:08:16,137 --> 01:08:17,367 He was killed. 1431 01:08:17,405 --> 01:08:18,875 And we're looking at you for it, Harlan. 1432 01:08:18,906 --> 01:08:21,036 Or should I call you Will Shakespeare? 1433 01:08:21,075 --> 01:08:22,705 No, no, no. 1434 01:08:22,744 --> 01:08:25,674 Okay, yes, I got some of that guy's books 1435 01:08:25,713 --> 01:08:26,843 and brought them to Megan. 1436 01:08:26,881 --> 01:08:27,729 And what? 1437 01:08:27,749 --> 01:08:28,919 Mailed them off for her. 1438 01:08:28,983 --> 01:08:30,383 Mailed them where? - A PO box. 1439 01:08:31,819 --> 01:08:33,189 In St. Ben? 1440 01:08:33,221 --> 01:08:37,091 Yeah, but I don't even know who they were going to. 1441 01:08:42,163 --> 01:08:43,044 I'll get the warrant 1442 01:08:43,064 --> 01:08:44,894 to find out who owns the PO box. 1443 01:08:45,867 --> 01:08:47,397 I'll meet you at the post office. 1444 01:09:06,687 --> 01:09:07,957 You made good time. 1445 01:09:08,022 --> 01:09:09,432 Didn't need to wait on a warrant. 1446 01:09:10,291 --> 01:09:11,631 What's that smell? 1447 01:09:11,692 --> 01:09:13,532 Harlan Trent hit me with some fish. 1448 01:09:15,129 --> 01:09:17,029 Tommy, why don't you go see if Sally's over there? 1449 01:09:18,299 --> 01:09:19,639 Wyn said he was having dinner with her 1450 01:09:19,700 --> 01:09:20,940 the night of the murder. 1451 01:09:27,809 --> 01:09:29,579 So? - All right, 1452 01:09:29,610 --> 01:09:30,750 let's go check it out. 1453 01:09:36,651 --> 01:09:37,791 Sally? 1454 01:09:38,719 --> 01:09:39,989 Hey Tommy. 1455 01:09:40,054 --> 01:09:41,654 Detective Knutsen needs to talk to ya. 1456 01:09:42,924 --> 01:09:44,254 Okay. 1457 01:09:44,292 --> 01:09:46,062 I'm just gonna put this in the back. 1458 01:09:46,093 --> 01:09:47,393 Sure. 1459 01:10:08,015 --> 01:10:09,085 Where's Sally? 1460 01:10:10,084 --> 01:10:11,244 Throwing some trash out back. 1461 01:10:11,285 --> 01:10:12,815 Did she see us go into the post office? 1462 01:10:12,854 --> 01:10:13,801 Yeah, she was just here. 1463 01:10:13,821 --> 01:10:15,291 It's Sally's PO box. 1464 01:10:19,827 --> 01:10:20,927 She's gone. 1465 01:10:26,767 --> 01:10:27,997 I need a BOLO on Sally Gibbons, 1466 01:10:28,035 --> 01:10:30,035 and I need uniforms and SWAT at her house. 1467 01:10:30,104 --> 01:10:31,334 What's her motive? 1468 01:10:31,372 --> 01:10:32,482 My first question when we catch her. 1469 01:10:32,507 --> 01:10:33,454 Her house. 1470 01:10:33,474 --> 01:10:34,604 That's where I'm going. 1471 01:10:34,642 --> 01:10:35,812 I'm coming with you. - Negative. 1472 01:10:35,843 --> 01:10:37,143 This is forced entry, cops only. 1473 01:10:37,178 --> 01:10:38,159 What about Wyn? 1474 01:10:38,179 --> 01:10:38,993 Frankie- - You know 1475 01:10:39,013 --> 01:10:40,027 he's not a part of this; 1476 01:10:40,047 --> 01:10:41,347 You have to release him. 1477 01:10:42,383 --> 01:10:44,543 Look, I'm not saying give him his gun and badge back, 1478 01:10:44,619 --> 01:10:46,719 but just don't let him sit in a cell, Bea. 1479 01:10:49,857 --> 01:10:52,057 Yeah, they're processing him now. 1480 01:10:52,126 --> 01:10:53,007 Are you comin' here? 1481 01:10:53,027 --> 01:10:54,197 I stink like fish. 1482 01:10:54,228 --> 01:10:55,698 I'm gonna have a shower and get changed, 1483 01:10:55,730 --> 01:10:57,900 and hopefully by then, Beatrice will know more. 1484 01:10:57,965 --> 01:11:00,035 And have Sally in custody. 1485 01:11:00,067 --> 01:11:01,048 That too. 1486 01:11:01,068 --> 01:11:02,198 Thanks, Pop. 1487 01:11:02,236 --> 01:11:03,506 Okay, talk soon. 1488 01:11:08,409 --> 01:11:10,049 Things were coming together. 1489 01:11:10,077 --> 01:11:12,077 We were getting to a conclusion. 1490 01:11:18,219 --> 01:11:19,519 And I needed a shower. 1491 01:11:46,547 --> 01:11:48,347 How was your shower? 1492 01:11:51,252 --> 01:11:52,422 Refreshing. 1493 01:11:53,120 --> 01:11:54,068 You look kinda sweaty; 1494 01:11:54,088 --> 01:11:55,288 Help yourself. 1495 01:11:56,223 --> 01:11:57,423 I'm fine where I am. 1496 01:11:58,893 --> 01:12:00,933 How'd you find out about the PO box. 1497 01:12:02,363 --> 01:12:03,873 By being good at my job. 1498 01:12:04,632 --> 01:12:06,902 Why'd you frame Wyn? 1499 01:12:06,934 --> 01:12:08,064 You tell me. 1500 01:12:08,102 --> 01:12:09,972 Thought you were good at your job. 1501 01:12:11,472 --> 01:12:14,712 Speaking of the detective, he called. 1502 01:12:16,110 --> 01:12:17,380 Left a voicemail. 1503 01:12:19,447 --> 01:12:21,047 You're gonna call him back. 1504 01:12:22,049 --> 01:12:23,249 Tell him to come here. 1505 01:12:24,285 --> 01:12:25,515 Tell him you're afraid. 1506 01:12:27,455 --> 01:12:28,555 Now. 1507 01:12:40,301 --> 01:12:41,941 Put it on speaker. 1508 01:12:45,272 --> 01:12:47,082 Hey Frankie, 1509 01:12:47,108 --> 01:12:48,138 I just called you. 1510 01:12:48,175 --> 01:12:49,775 Hey, I'm at the barn. 1511 01:12:49,810 --> 01:12:51,910 Can you come here? 1512 01:12:51,946 --> 01:12:53,076 Yeah, I'm actually nearby. 1513 01:12:53,114 --> 01:12:54,344 Is, is everything okay? 1514 01:12:56,183 --> 01:12:59,983 I'm scared, but I trust you. 1515 01:13:01,155 --> 01:13:02,185 Sally's there. 1516 01:13:22,309 --> 01:13:23,349 Sally! 1517 01:13:53,674 --> 01:13:55,034 And so, of course, 1518 01:13:55,076 --> 01:13:58,006 we were ending where this had all started. 1519 01:14:05,352 --> 01:14:06,300 Janet. 1520 01:14:06,320 --> 01:14:08,360 Where's Harlan? - Sick, maybe. 1521 01:14:08,389 --> 01:14:09,689 You've got visitors. 1522 01:14:11,926 --> 01:14:13,256 I like visitors. 1523 01:14:25,773 --> 01:14:27,343 Surprised to see me? 1524 01:14:27,374 --> 01:14:28,834 Maybe you're confused 1525 01:14:28,876 --> 01:14:31,546 because you read the article in yesterday's paper. 1526 01:14:31,579 --> 01:14:32,779 I was arrested. 1527 01:14:32,847 --> 01:14:35,047 At the St. Benedict's police department, 1528 01:14:35,082 --> 01:14:36,452 we do things by the book. 1529 01:14:36,517 --> 01:14:39,217 That's a pun, Megan, by the book. 1530 01:14:39,253 --> 01:14:41,183 'Cause that's how you did your work. 1531 01:14:41,222 --> 01:14:42,392 Excuse me? 1532 01:14:42,423 --> 01:14:46,233 Did you clip out the article of my arrest 1533 01:14:46,260 --> 01:14:49,230 like you did for the article of Carl's murder? 1534 01:14:49,263 --> 01:14:50,693 I'm not following you. 1535 01:14:50,731 --> 01:14:54,271 There's a new article out today about Harlan Trent. 1536 01:14:55,636 --> 01:14:57,366 Your accomplice. 1537 01:14:57,404 --> 01:14:58,464 My what? 1538 01:14:59,273 --> 01:15:01,533 I know your options were limited, 1539 01:15:01,575 --> 01:15:04,375 but you didn't pick the most reliable partner there. 1540 01:15:05,379 --> 01:15:07,879 Harlan lied to you, Megan. 1541 01:15:09,316 --> 01:15:11,786 And it was that little lie, 1542 01:15:11,819 --> 01:15:14,089 done really just to save face, 1543 01:15:14,121 --> 01:15:17,591 that undid the methodical, painstaking months of work 1544 01:15:17,625 --> 01:15:19,725 you put into constructing your plan. 1545 01:15:21,762 --> 01:15:23,332 Because in fact, 1546 01:15:23,397 --> 01:15:26,937 Harlan bought "The Foolish Policeman" from Pam Gelbaum. 1547 01:15:26,967 --> 01:15:30,007 I couldn't find "The Foolish Policeman," 1548 01:15:30,070 --> 01:15:32,440 so I emailed the agent, 1549 01:15:32,473 --> 01:15:35,243 but I told Megan I got 'em at a bookstore. 1550 01:15:36,277 --> 01:15:37,747 And Frankie knows this 1551 01:15:37,778 --> 01:15:39,678 because she saw the printing number on the inside cover, 1552 01:15:39,747 --> 01:15:41,317 and she confirmed with Pam 1553 01:15:41,348 --> 01:15:44,448 that she sent the copy of the book to Harlan's home address. 1554 01:15:44,485 --> 01:15:45,785 Harlan brought the books to you 1555 01:15:45,820 --> 01:15:48,420 and you forged the nasty messages to Wyn. 1556 01:15:48,455 --> 01:15:49,985 Then you had them sent to me 1557 01:15:50,024 --> 01:15:51,524 as if they had come from Carl. 1558 01:15:52,827 --> 01:15:54,327 And your plan worked. 1559 01:15:55,362 --> 01:15:57,532 You came between Wyn and I. 1560 01:15:57,598 --> 01:15:59,668 You destroyed us. 1561 01:15:59,700 --> 01:16:02,100 I mean, you must have fantasized for years 1562 01:16:02,136 --> 01:16:03,336 about how to get back at us, 1563 01:16:03,370 --> 01:16:06,040 just waiting for the right opportunity. 1564 01:16:06,106 --> 01:16:08,836 And when Carl told you he was moving back to St. Ben, 1565 01:16:08,876 --> 01:16:11,176 that opportunity began to take shape. 1566 01:16:12,847 --> 01:16:14,947 What is it you think I did? 1567 01:16:14,982 --> 01:16:17,192 Well first, you had Harlan fall in love with you. 1568 01:16:17,218 --> 01:16:18,288 He collected the books; 1569 01:16:18,319 --> 01:16:19,489 He brought them to you. 1570 01:16:19,520 --> 01:16:21,460 You'd seen Carl's handwriting for years. 1571 01:16:21,488 --> 01:16:24,028 His school papers, the letters he wrote you. 1572 01:16:24,058 --> 01:16:26,328 You wrote those notes to Wyn. 1573 01:16:26,360 --> 01:16:29,530 I don't see how you're gonna be able to prove this. 1574 01:16:29,563 --> 01:16:31,523 Harlan loaned me some books; 1575 01:16:31,565 --> 01:16:32,735 I returned them to him. 1576 01:16:33,667 --> 01:16:35,967 We'll get to the proof later. 1577 01:16:36,003 --> 01:16:39,173 The fact is, Megan, the plan worked. 1578 01:16:39,206 --> 01:16:41,306 Your accomplice reported on our breakup 1579 01:16:41,342 --> 01:16:45,212 by sending you short stories about detective Will Rust 1580 01:16:45,246 --> 01:16:47,816 and Private Investigator Faith Queen. 1581 01:16:47,848 --> 01:16:50,248 All the mail sent to you here at the prison 1582 01:16:50,317 --> 01:16:52,547 is read and scanned by the warden. 1583 01:16:53,554 --> 01:16:55,484 He printed everything for us. 1584 01:16:56,690 --> 01:16:58,430 So you think Harlan wrote those stories 1585 01:16:58,492 --> 01:17:00,262 and mailed them to me. 1586 01:17:00,327 --> 01:17:02,397 No, not Harlan. 1587 01:17:02,429 --> 01:17:04,529 No, your other accomplice. 1588 01:17:04,565 --> 01:17:06,265 The one who murdered Carl, 1589 01:17:07,167 --> 01:17:08,567 Sally Gibbons. 1590 01:17:10,070 --> 01:17:11,340 Sally who? 1591 01:17:14,575 --> 01:17:17,545 Must have been really satisfying to break us up. 1592 01:17:17,578 --> 01:17:19,948 Maybe not as satisfying as you thought it would be. 1593 01:17:20,014 --> 01:17:21,414 Yeah, you probably still had 1594 01:17:21,448 --> 01:17:24,418 Carl's betrayal gnawing at you. 1595 01:17:25,786 --> 01:17:27,086 It must have really hurt 1596 01:17:27,121 --> 01:17:29,291 when Carl's protege, Christopher Bell, 1597 01:17:29,356 --> 01:17:31,186 came to you for guidance. 1598 01:17:31,225 --> 01:17:33,755 Yep, we figured it was when Bell first visited you 1599 01:17:33,794 --> 01:17:36,024 that you got your inspiration 1600 01:17:36,063 --> 01:17:38,203 to take your revenge to a darker level. 1601 01:17:38,232 --> 01:17:41,102 Which is where things always go with you, Megan. 1602 01:17:41,135 --> 01:17:43,805 Sally, well, she provided the money for the books 1603 01:17:43,871 --> 01:17:46,541 with the Sandman burglaries. 1604 01:17:46,573 --> 01:17:49,443 All her victims were customers that she drugged 1605 01:17:49,476 --> 01:17:52,446 with sleep medication in her special roast decaf. 1606 01:17:52,479 --> 01:17:53,919 I thought I'd have trouble 1607 01:17:53,948 --> 01:17:56,148 falling asleep after the break-in, but I really haven't. 1608 01:17:56,216 --> 01:17:58,586 And the same thing happened to me 1609 01:17:58,619 --> 01:17:59,759 the night Carl was killed. 1610 01:18:01,488 --> 01:18:04,388 But it wasn't because I drank Sally's special roast decaf. 1611 01:18:07,127 --> 01:18:09,097 It was important that I was fast asleep 1612 01:18:09,129 --> 01:18:10,629 the night of Carl's party, 1613 01:18:10,664 --> 01:18:14,264 while Sally texted Carl on the burner, pretending to be me. 1614 01:18:16,937 --> 01:18:18,067 She met him at the restaurant and stabbed him, 1615 01:18:21,141 --> 01:18:23,151 then put my prints on the murder weapon. 1616 01:18:25,813 --> 01:18:28,023 Then you just had to wait for Wyn to leave town 1617 01:18:28,082 --> 01:18:30,822 so Sally could stage the evidence at his place, 1618 01:18:30,851 --> 01:18:32,521 staging another break in. 1619 01:18:33,487 --> 01:18:35,987 Robbery's one thing, but murder? 1620 01:18:37,157 --> 01:18:39,627 That's another level of devotion. 1621 01:18:39,660 --> 01:18:44,430 The kind of devotion that a child might have for a parent. 1622 01:18:47,601 --> 01:18:50,511 But you don't have kids though, do you, Megan? 1623 01:18:50,537 --> 01:18:52,767 We know Sally's obsessed with family. 1624 01:18:52,806 --> 01:18:54,136 We found all the photos 1625 01:18:54,174 --> 01:18:56,504 which she stole from her Sandman victims. 1626 01:18:56,543 --> 01:18:58,173 It always bothered me. 1627 01:18:58,212 --> 01:18:59,822 Why steal those? 1628 01:18:59,847 --> 01:19:01,617 But it made sense when we found all the records 1629 01:19:01,648 --> 01:19:03,688 of the search she did for her birth mother. 1630 01:19:03,717 --> 01:19:07,687 That search began a year after her adoptive parents died. 1631 01:19:07,721 --> 01:19:08,991 She reconnected with you 1632 01:19:09,023 --> 01:19:10,993 three weeks before Wyn arrested you. 1633 01:19:11,025 --> 01:19:13,955 Sally was devastated to lose her mother. 1634 01:19:13,994 --> 01:19:17,364 So devastated, she would do anything for you. 1635 01:19:17,398 --> 01:19:18,798 She told me. 1636 01:19:18,832 --> 01:19:22,402 After she confessed to killing Carl, with no remorse. 1637 01:19:25,539 --> 01:19:27,079 Sally's being charged 1638 01:19:27,141 --> 01:19:29,381 with six counts of breaking and entering, 1639 01:19:29,410 --> 01:19:31,810 burglary, conspiracy, and first degree murder. 1640 01:19:31,845 --> 01:19:32,945 No. 1641 01:19:35,049 --> 01:19:37,219 Please, you cannot do this. 1642 01:19:37,251 --> 01:19:38,721 I'm the killer. 1643 01:19:38,752 --> 01:19:40,592 But you got your daughter to hold the knife. 1644 01:19:48,729 --> 01:19:50,099 They'll be tried together, Sheryl. 1645 01:19:50,164 --> 01:19:51,564 Thank you, Frankie. 1646 01:19:51,598 --> 01:19:53,168 Thank you so much. 1647 01:19:53,200 --> 01:19:54,081 Of course. 1648 01:19:54,101 --> 01:19:55,341 And thank Wyn. 1649 01:19:56,403 --> 01:19:57,663 I will. 1650 01:19:57,704 --> 01:19:58,734 Talk soon. 1651 01:20:02,509 --> 01:20:03,579 Sheryl says thanks. 1652 01:20:05,579 --> 01:20:06,879 So. 1653 01:20:07,848 --> 01:20:08,918 So. 1654 01:20:10,584 --> 01:20:15,054 Yesterday when Sally had the gun on you, and you said- 1655 01:20:15,089 --> 01:20:16,189 I trust you. 1656 01:20:17,724 --> 01:20:19,524 I figured you'd know something was wrong. 1657 01:20:19,560 --> 01:20:20,630 Yeah, you figured right. 1658 01:20:23,697 --> 01:20:24,867 So do you trust me? 1659 01:20:27,267 --> 01:20:28,637 You know the answer to that. 1660 01:20:30,070 --> 01:20:31,370 Yeah, I do. 1661 01:20:32,706 --> 01:20:33,876 I do. 1662 01:20:33,907 --> 01:20:35,607 We'd come to a conclusion, 1663 01:20:35,642 --> 01:20:38,752 but also what felt like a new beginning. 1664 01:20:38,779 --> 01:20:41,549 And I was all right with that. 1665 01:20:41,582 --> 01:20:43,122 More than all right. 116635

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