A man dressed as a superhero, complete with tights and a cape, is found dead. The investigator finds that he is a patient living a home for the mentally ill. As they dig deeper, they find that someone working there is illegally selling prescription drugs. The second case is off an up-and-coming football player found dead inside his hotel room. The very healthy athlete died from a small puncture wound.
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[At a crime scene, Lindsay has just told Danny the stats of the football player who is the victim in their case
Don't tell me you know a little something about football, please.
Det. Lindsay Monroe
Why, is that so hard to believe?
No, it's just dangerous.
[Lindsay looks at him
I might ask you to marry me.
Written by Gary Zekley & Mitch Bottler
Performed by R.E.M. See more