When an American tourist who is Spain for the running for the bulls disappears. Later his ears are found. The team goes there to investigate and they learn last year three other tourists disappeared and their ears were found and later their mutilated bodies were found. The team wonders if there is something political behind this. Jack learns the ears were turned in by a priest, Jack goes to see him and thinks he's holding something back because of his vow as a priest. They later learn that the victims were killed in the same manner a matador slays a bull. So they wonder what's his motivation. And also two more tourists are missing. They wonder if they can save them.
Did You Know?
Father Consolmango tells Jack only 1 Peter 5:5, from which the team deducts that the unsub must have been born on May 5th. It is very convenient that 5-5 was used, as the American interpretation is month-day, while the European interpretation is day-month. In this case they both lead to the same date. See more
During the anti-bullfighting rally, Carlos Villa screams "¡No es cultura!" ("It is not culture!"), but the subtitles bellow say "It is not OUR culture!". See more
[opening quote, original Spanish text: "Demasiada cordura puede ser locura y la mayor locura de todas es ver la vida como es y no como deberia ser"
"Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest of all is to see life as it is and not as it should be" - Miguel de Cervantes
References Man of La Mancha