Sex and money. Where would we be without them? Out of business.
A housekeeper was about to clean a fancy house, noticing it was unusually off. Upstairs the owner lied on the ground sorrounded by his own blood, killed by a blunt object. Detectives noticed the bed sheets were stolen as well as some cash and jewelry (the safe deposit box was open). The victim was a successful businessman and he was married to a much younger woman (Andrea Roth) without kids. The limo driver who used to take the wife shopping claimed they lived separated lives, because they didn't share any common interests. The wife had an affair with a man in charge of the apartment renovation; after police figured out the alarm system hard drive was stolen, the contractor became the prime suspect. Later on, even the wife died, allegedly poisoned by him. Anyway the bad boy had always a girlfriend outside ready to alibi him...
An episode on the average, great performance for McCoy at trial. I don't understand why girls with no priors were willing to risk jailtime for a piece of work like the main character. Southerlyn is right: women are different, they like outlaws.
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