Cooper and Truman discuss the opening moves by the fugitive Windom Earle over the discovery of a dead body in Truman's office which is the opening move of a deadly chess game when each pawn is taken, a person dies. Cooper also confides in Truman about his past with Windom Earle and his involvement with Earle's wife that may have pushed him over the edge. Following Leo's rampage and attempt to kill Shelly, he flees into the woods, and ends up in the cabin housing the shadowy Windom Earle. Meanwhile, Andy confides in Lucy about his and Dick's suspicion concerning Little Nicky. Lucy then asks Dr. Hayward for help who then finally clears the mystery about Nicky. Major Briggs also confides in Cooper and Truman about his work for the Air Force's classified search for the so-called White Lodge. At the Marsh estate, James meets Evelyn's husband for the first time, who turns out to be a nice guy. In the nearby town, Donna arrives with money for James, and instead meets Evelyn who tells her ...
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When detailing his experience with Windom Earle, Coop keeps changing his pronunciation of the name 'Caroline' to either "Carol-LIN" to "Caro-LINE" See more
Hot dogs! We forgot the hot dogs!
We forgot the wienies! All beef with the skin on 'em.
Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 16, 1st movement
Written by Edvard Grieg
(as Edward Grieg) See more