Rodney's Trial Of Pudnacious Pain. Mystery Detective X is on the stand. The press release says that his actual character name is Detective Disaia. But that's really hard to spell. Mystery Detective X is much more efficient. Of course, he's mid-testimony: "After impounding the vehicle, we did an inventory search. We found some blood in the trunk." Helen asks, "Did you do any DNA testing?" Yes. The blood was an exact match to the victim, Nancy Connell. Connell, Donnell -- whew, DEK must be running out of naming steam. Did they find anything else? Yes. They found a hammer with dried blood and hair on the head. Helen: "And sir, were you able to determine who owned this vehicle?" Mystery Detective X nods, and then glances over at the Pudmeister: "It was registered to the defendant." Did they manage to arrest the defendant? Of course they did. At the time they got him, he was using Nancy Connell's credit card. What a goofball. He deserves to go down just for being that stupid.
Rebecca gets up for cross. What's the point of this subplot? They could have squished the whole "shocking" season ender into one episode if we didn't have to spend time considering the "pud." Yawn. She asks Mystery Detective X, "You say 'the victim.' Was any victim ever found?" No. They never found the body. The detective tries to slip in something about the blood on the hammer, but Rebecca stops him mid-sentence: "Any witness ever place Nancy Connell with my client?" No. The detective looks at Rebecca. Rebecca looks back at him. Helen looks at both of them and inwardly rolls her eyes.