Meanwhile, Emerson and Simone are looking at glowing flowers of their own, on the desk in Stingwell's office. Emerson's one percent chance theory paid off. The flowers, he discovers are from Michael Brunt's farm and had been delivered the same day Stingwell was murdered. They put it all together in a convo that makes my head spin. Brunt's flowers are glowing because he's been watering them from the leaky pipes that go under his farm. Leaky pipes in this guy's case translating into free water he really needs. But then Brunt hears that Stingwell is now going to replace the pipes, effectively cutting him off AGAIN from the water. He goes to Stingwell's office to discuss it, flowers in hand as a peace offering, and overhears Stingwell accusing Lila of coming back to kill him for the Dam Ruby. Thus, Brunt formulates a plan to kill Stingwell using Lila as a scapegoat and steal the Dam Ruby for himself. A HA! Simone, however, asks the obvs question. If Brunt did it, what about the pictures of Lila leaving the building after Stingwell's murder. Emerson raises a brow. "Follow me," he says and steps through Stingwell's private side door. The way he sees it, Stingwell is walking through the pipes, hears a noise and decides to investigate. Excited, Emerson goes on reeling out his theory of Brunt's murder preparations before finally sighing. "This is crazy," he says, turning away from Simone. "I'm fooling myself." Simone: "It's Lila." Emerson says he knows, he knows, but actually, wait a second -- Simone is talking about the actual Lila who appears to be locking them in the pipe.
Episode Report CardAl Lowe: A | 1844 USERS: B-
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