What looks like a drug overdose death of a reformed junkie-turned community activist results in Henry and Jo tracking a murderer. The complex investigation involves dirty dealings between a real estate developer and a community organizer with millions of dollars at stake. Henry flashes back to the same 1890s New York tenement where he worked as a doctor to help the poor, including an orphan boy who gives him a special handmade gift. Meanwhile, Abe cooks up a Sunday dinner feast for Henry, Jo and himself. When Jo tries to find out how the two men know one another, Henry weaves an elaborate tale to cover the truth.
Did You Know?
Jo refers to her gyro sandwich as a "jy-ro." A New Yorker would know to call it a "yeer-o." See more
So, how can I help you?
Well, I just had a quick question about some antique furniture
No! Henry, we got a fresh one as in body, but from what I hear not so fresh
Written by Josh Kramon See more