When a gun battle rages in a quiet neighborhood, leaving one dead, Jane and Maura are thrown into the secretive world of an Eastern European gang. Maura comes down with a fever while juggling work and play, and Angela and Kent prescribe several home remedies that have a surprising effect.
Did You Know?
Maura identifies an isotope of iodine as I-29. There are 37 known isotopes of iodine, ranging from I-108 to I-144. An isotope's number is equal to the number of protons in an atom's nucleus plus the number of neutrons in the nucleus. Since iodine has 53 protons in its nucleus, it cannot possibly have an isotope number of 29. What Maura meant to say was I-129. See more
What do we have?
Gunfight, one dead
Sure! Nobody's talking