Lie to Me Premiere
Cal shows the stalker photographs to James, then shows him a crime scene photo, showing Susan's body reclining on the couch. They're pretty much identical. Cal asks James if Susan tempted him, and James gives in, saying that he lost control that day, and that he had no idea Susan was dead when he went inside her house. He was about to call 911 when the police arrived. Unfortunately, this is not proof -- in fact, the stalker photos are more proof against James, so Hutchinson has James hauled away to his cell, telling Cal that he knows what happened at the Pentagon, and threatening to have the Justice Department look into every case he's ever worked on.
Back at Lightman HQ, Torres brings Foster's husband into the room, where he apologizes for being late, saying he had to work. After the Fosters leave, Torres reveals that she could tell Mr. Foster was lying about working late, and wonders why Cal didn't say anything. Cal changes the subject to the congressman, and Torres reveals that he sees a girl at the club named Melissa every Friday night. Which means it's time for Torres to go undercover, as a woman shopping for an escort for her boyfriend. She manages to get out of Melissa that she doesn't really like it there, that she has a regular on Friday nights, and that she seems to get happy just thinking about that regular. You can tell the emotion is real because of the eye wrinkling.
The next day, as Foster and Torres discuss the case, the story about Weil breaks on the news, with reporters hounding him at his office on TV. But the look on his face as he's questioned indicated that he's disgusted, not by the questioning, but by the question, as if he would never consider sleeping with the escort. So why has he given her $86,000? Loker has no idea, and frankly, I'm not surprised. The guy has indicated very little real mental acuity so far.