The gang can hardly believe Victoria blew herself up in Graysin manor, but a suicide letter to Margaux and forensic evidence are found. Ben takes charge of the investigation, grilling Jack, who must return from LA but refuses to stay for Amanda, herself and David, who tries to hide his medical alibi for her. It looks like Nolan finally found gay happiness with handsome social worker Tony Hughes, but just when he's booking a beach holiday a dream coming true changes Tony's exclusive priority. Mason, whose manuscript is old news due to Amanda's public confession, blackmails her to clear his name, but actually is part of a posthumous setup.
Did You Know?
Ben's relationship history with Amanda would disqualify him from investigating a fire at her house, let alone any investigating a homicide. (Ben had actually previously castigated Jack for almost making a similar mistake when interviewing a witness.) Amanda can make a very strong claim of police misconduct and have any evidence resulting from the interview (specifically: Victoria's DNA in her car) be declared inadmissible. See more
[discovers blood in doorway
I knew it! This wasn't a suicide at all. This was murder!
References Let's Make a Deal
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