Lightman helps a woman with early-onset Alzheimer's solve the puzzle of her fractured memory. In the process, he unearths a secret that could prove deadly in the present.
Did You Know?
The song which Veronica plays in the piano by the end of the episode is called "Aguas de Marco", written by the Brazilian composer Tom Jobim. Jobim's most famous work is "Garota de Ipanema", which he once performed with Frank Sinatra. See more
Veronica says she was a nurse at the time that her sister was in need of an abortion. She is 60 years old in 2009 that would have made her 18 in 1968 - too young to be a nurse.
[I think this is no mistake, so maybe this should be corrected:
First she would have been 19 years old. If she had left high school with 17 which is possible, she could have been a nurse two years later, because " there were three ways to become an RN: through a two-year associate degree, a three-year diploma program or four-year baccalaureate program". See more
Waters of March (Aguas de Marco)
Written and performed by Antonio Carlos Jobim See more