When a body that was buried starts sticking up, Megan goes and she learns the body was dismembered and not all of the parts are there. They somehow learn who the person is and go to this apartment and it's there that they find the rest of him, in the freezer. They learn she has a daughter who's married to an apathetic man who's irate that her father came to them for money. They also learn that his neighbors don't like him, too. They learn he went to a casino and won some money but it's not at his place so did the killer take it. And Lacey wants to go to Megan's place of work and record her and her co-workers. When she goes Megan establishes some ground rules but Lacey feels like she's tying her hands and not showing her anything meaty.
Did You Know?
Ethan mentions seeing Rembrandt's 'The Anatomy of Dr. Tulip'. In 1632 Rembrandt painted 'The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulip'. It depicts several medical professionals looking on as Dr. Tulip displays a cadaver's partially dissected arm and hand. The painting is of a real, albeit staged, event; some of the Drs paid to be in the painting. See more
If I ask you something could you just say 'yes' without, you know, making a big deal out of it?
I like how you just assumed that I'd say yes.
Well, we're doing a video essay for social studies, and I'm supposed to follow around one of my parents at work, see what they do, and uh, you know, how they contribute to society and...
And you chose me, not your dad?
I chose your job, over dad's. Dad's job is jut boring. At least yours has dead bodies.
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