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Yet, on the screen he is looking at an NYPD Detective's ID is displayed. See more » Wow -- that is my rating for this episode If you the reader will indulge me I want to repeat a rant I have made before.
Early TV dramas in the 50s and 60s did indeed have two arcs.
The point of the impossible arc was that, once resolved, the series was over. When The Fugitive proved he was innocent, the series was over and there was no interest in residuals.
Whedon showed how the long arc, if teased, could be potentially more interesting than the short arc. I was watching this episode, with really interesting stuff happening, the Tom Keene character killing someone for the sheer joy; people injecting themselves with the deadliest toxin around; a major scientist in a looney bin; some sort of apocalypse coming, and I realized to my own amazement I was more interested in the Lizzie-Reddington connection (will she stay mad at him?
Beaumont Rosewood is asked to solve the murder of a young woman who was once his mother's student.
Meanwhile, Rosewood struggles to balance a new romantic interest with the demands of his mother, and Villa runs into trouble on the job.
A series of mysterious deaths pulls Rosewood off the glamorous promenades of South Beach when a troubled young genius stands accused of murder, and the only one who believes in his innocence is Rosewood.
Meanwhile, Pippy is given the opportunity of a lifetime to launch her music career, and Villa tries to reconnect with her mom.