The body of a wealthy socialite, known for her charitable contributions, is discovered in a dumping ground along with the bodies of several dogs. The investigation reveals the victim was involved in illegal dog fighting and may have tortured some of the animals at a kennel. Meanwhile, Warrick tries to prove he is innocent of murdering an exotic dancer whose body was found in his car outside a nightclub.
Did You Know?
The dog graveyard was made up of all foam cast animals. Production had to bury a bone under the rubber cast body of the woman so that the dogs would attack it, otherwise they would just run about with their tails wagging. Also, the dying dog in the fight was filmed at high speed slowing down the action to give the illusion that the dog was barely moving. See more
When the assistant coroner turns Elizabeth Rodriguez over, she has hair across her face. A longer shot then shows no hair across her face. A closeup then shows the assistant coroner moving the hair that was across her face. See more