Goren and Eames try to unravel a deadly mystery after an elderly woman dies in a fire and bequeaths some of her estate to a young woman who is subsequently murdered. Soon their investigation turns to a shady state public administrator who has re-invented the concept of "grave-robbing." Goren discovers the suspect's weakness for expensive collector cars, but to make the case succeed in court, he might also need to exploit his quarry's personal relationships.
Did You Know?
Roger trades his original six cars for the episode's namesake: 1962 Ferrari GTO, valued in the episode at $2.5 million. In 2013 one was auctioned for appropriately $38 million. See more
All they can get from tire marks on the floor is a wheelbase estimate. And it's not possible to accurately state the manufacturer, year, and model from a wheelbase estimate. And yet they have someone who does all three. There is some variation is wheelbase from model to model and manufacturer to manufacturer. But many wheelbase lengths are shared by many different cars. See more
A.D.A. Ron Carver
What was it Clarence Darrow said? "The first half of our lives is ruined by our parents, and the second half by our children."
Detective Robert Goren
Only if you let them.