With nothing better to do, Karen begins going through cold cases and soon attempts to find out who spray-painted "Grad '68" on the town's water tower, a Dog River mystery hat has remained ...
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With nothing better to do, Karen begins going through cold cases and soon attempts to find out who spray-painted "Grad '68" on the town's water tower, a Dog River mystery hat has remained unsolved for many years. Meanwhile, Lacey's idea of putting the ancient Roman symbols for male and female on the bathroom doors confuses many into going through the wrong doors. Many of the men who see how beautiful the women's bathroom is are upset when Brent puts the old signs back on the doors. Unfazed by this fiasco, Lacey hopes to write for the town newspaper, "The Dog River Howler," but she finds that writing for them is not as easy as Hank, Davis, Emma, Wanda, and basically everyone else in town makes it seem.Written by
Julie Stewart, who plays "Paint Store Clerk," and says to Karen, "Cold case? Who cares?" - is well known as Sgt. Ali McCormick on all seven seasons of Cold Squad (1998) a Canadian police crime-drama about a team of Vancouver police officers in charge of investigating and solving "cold" cases. See more »
[about the new signs Lacey has put on the bathroom doors - the Roman symbols for man and woman]
I think people are going to say 'Am I a fat guy shooting arrows or a fat guy fighting vampires?'
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