Jessica's next stop is the football coach's house. He's very relieved to see her, saying he always feels better after they talk. But she tells him that he murdered her son, "And now I want you to spend your next few hours dying alone."
Cameron and Rosen arrive in Rosen's car with a shot of oxytocin for her. Unfortunately, the injection doesn't seem to be working, and she's still suffering mightily, her vision filled with red. Rosen tells her she's like a daughter to him, and that they all love her. Finally her red vision clears and she's all better, just like that. I would have thought these three would be pretty weak methadone.
It's getting dark as the coach pleads with Jessica, unwisely blaming her dead son for not being tough enough. Wrong thing to say. He asks her what he can do, and she invites him to burn in hell. Then she pushes him down so he can get started on that right away.
The Alpha team arrives in the front yard just as she's leaving, and Bill and Cameron hold her at gunpoint while Rosen heads into the house, calling on his cell phone for an ambulance. It's Rachel who actually talks Jessica down so Bill can handcuff her. This show really needs to figure out that the final confrontations are supposed to be dramatic and not just a rote formality.
The next day, Rosen and Rachel get into his car while he wraps it up: He told the authorities that Jessica poisoned her victims, and admits that she's being sent to Binghamton. Rosen's worried about more cases like this coming down the pike, she thanks him, he tells her she's awesome, the end. Thanks for everything, Lindsay Wagner.
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