Summoned from meeting with her recommended attorney, Gavin Q. Baker III (whose daunting retainer fee leaves her touchy and volatilely irritable), Brenda looks into the death of registered sex offender John David Dale, found wrapped and buried at the base of an illegally constructed retaining wall in an elite neighborhood. While most regard the incident as good riddance to bad rubbish, Brenda finds it more than odd that John David Dale's body was discovered thanks to a complaint ostensibly e-mailed from John David Dale himself while he was dead. Meanwhile, Fritz makes an arrangement with Gavin so Brenda can retain his council.
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This episode features Mark Pellegrino as an attorney. The previous episode featured Curtis Armstrong as an attorney. These two men were also both in the show Supernatural, playing Lucifer and Metatron, respectively. See more
There are two ways you can contact us. Um, one is with the tip line. The other's by sending an e-mail, like this one: Um, "To whom it may concern. My neighbors are building a retaining wall, and not only does their contractor start work too early..." - which is a very common complaint; we get it all the time, um - "... he doesn't have a permit posted in the front yard." I don't know why people even care that happened. "Could you check on this for me? Sincerely, John David Dale." And that was ...
References The Closer: War Zone