Goren and Bishop try to discover the link between the poisining and the drowned deaths. The detectives first suspect the crimes are related to parishioner politics, but they soon discover a promiscuous sexual lifestyle among the town's youth. Then, they turn their attention to three teenaged girls who might be connected to the deaths, but when they interview a male classmate of the girls, it soon transpires there is more to the candid-looking island community than meets the eye.
Finally, Goren uncover evidence that could well have been enough reason to commit the homicides in the cause of a twisted philosophy.
|Vincent D'Onofrio||Det. Robert Goren|
|Kathryn Erbe||Det. Alexandra Eames|
|Jamey Sheridan||Capt. James Deakins|
|Courtney B. Vance||A.D.A. Ron Carver|
|Samantha Buck||Det. G. Lynn Bishop|
|Leslie Hendrix||Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers|
[Eames and Bishop are talking. Goren is listening to a 911 tape, and suddenly slaps the table. Both women look at him. He is oblivious]
Eames: Want me to stick a dart in him?
[On learning that three 17-year old victims had the same strain of gonorrhea]
Goren: So they got it from the same girl.
Rodgers: Unless toilet seats and doorknobs are making a comeback.
[Suspect bitch-slaps Goren. He grabs suspect's hands]
Goren: You just wait with your little fishing rod, and you just hook whatever damaged goods comes out of the pit.