The team's latest case leads them into the world of performance enhancing drugs. Meanwhile, Lindsay travels to Montana for the execution of Daniel Kadence.
Good news, everyone! This week's episode was only half as annoying as it could have been, thanks to the simple solution of fast-forwarding through Lindsay's expedition of maudlin smuggery. In spite of the show's cunning stratagem of making it seem like Lindsay had run back home to Montana after a fight with Danny, I knew what it was about (mainly cause I caught a glimpse of the above summary while preparing last week's post, lol). Did it make me give a damn? Nope.
The case itself was . . . ok, I guess. For once, I felt really sorry for the victim - he was a good kid. He wasn't to know that his teacher was a complete psycho, though the fact that he hadn't done anything about the drug use should have been a clue. And at least the teen drugs kingpin wasn't completely stupid after he was arrested - I appreciate that he tried to make a deal, though once again, I had to roll my eyes at the screen. Kid, if a cop suggests, completely by accident, that you get a lawyer, YOU GET A LAWYER. It's the lawyer who makes the deal, not you. That way you have actual proof of the deal or whatever you want to call it.
Still, it was an interesting case, and pretty effective red herring placement; for once, I really didn't suspect the actual murderer until the drug-dealing teen spilled his guts.