I hate spiders! Especially giant, hairy ones. Although Dixon may have been raised on a ranch, I was not. Spiders are gross! Not cool, Vegas. Not cool at all! Ok. Now that I’ve got that out of my system. Despite the giant, hairy, orange and black spider, I actually enjoyed this week’s Vegas.
A few thoughts about “Masquerade”:
The case of the week was a showgirl who was found strangled on the stage of one of the casinos. The coroner determined that the victim had also been sexually assaulted, so Lamb and Co. set out to find the rapist/murderer. Ralph found what appeared to be a religious phrase scrawled on the victim’s mirrorin her apartment, so they figured that whoever killed her was some sort of religious fanatic. That turned out to be a dead end, but during the course of the investigation they found out that the victim was about to move in with a woman named Chris. They were more than roommates though; they were lovers. Ralph initially thought that it might be someone who found out about their relationship, but as it turns out, that wasn’t the case at all. What Lamb and Co. thought to be a religious phrase was actually a song title. The piano player thought that he and the victim were going to go off to Broadway together, but when she decided to stay and play house with Chris, he killed her. Read More...