Dwight and Whitehead, trapped by storms in a mansion, navigated a dysfunctional society family to weed out the killer among them. Back at the MPD, Lt. Rice, Sutton and Greenback used their combined skills to identify and return a psychiatric patient to his ward two states away.
And it all happened on "Ten Little Memphians."
This episode could have been a lot better in both suspense and intrigue. It played like a mediocre game of prime-time Clue.
Granted, the insights into Whitehead's childhood were priceless. I enjoyed learning that Whitehead grew up in the Archer home and had such fond memories of the place. Never would have guessed that Virgil and Whitehead's mother had feelings for one another. Read More...