OK, did I miss the part of the episode where they explained what "Aingavite Baa" means? I've been wondering all day what it could mean and even typed the words into one of those web anagram generators. I came up with "Avian Abate Age," "Gab Eat Via An I," "A Agate Via Bin," and many others (including several with the word "vagina" in them, but I doubt that has any meaning).
If I missed it somehow, let me know in the comments so I can look goofy.
Amnesia plots are always fascinating. What aspect about ourselves is more important to who we are than our memories? If we don't know who we are, we don't know what we do, who we like, what foods we eat, or even how to act (to a certain extent, though a lot of that would be natural even if you didn't know anything about yourself). For a few minutes tonight, I thought we'd find out that the amnesia victim would turn out to be the killer of the four people found in the barn, but I quickly dropped that theory. I knew the ranger guy was guilty in some way, though. Just the way he was acting and the way he talked to the CBI and how he had to go to another location before Cho and Rigsby went on their little trek through the pot plant-filled woods. I knew he wasn't the killer, but I knew he was on the take.
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