Home nurse Cassie Drake is at the home of her patient Joseph Moody. Cassie is talking to Moody's niece on the phone. The niece is coming over in 40 minutes to visit. Cassie tries to talk the niece out of coming without success. After she hangs up, she asks Moody what happened to him in 1968 at the Hampton Street Depository. Joseph is suffering from delirium and talks about his hat. Cassie finally gives up on him, pulls his wheelchair up the stairs, and then stands him up and shoves him down the stairs where he dies with a broken neck...Read the full recap
This episode ends with a shot of Dr. Kroger's photo, and a "In Loving Memory of" message to Stanley Kamel, who died April 8, 2008.
Natalie: Oh, look, his first name is Neven. N-E-V-E-N. That’s a palindrome.
Adrian: It’s not a perfect palindrome. The first “N” is capitalized.
Natalie: Dr. Kroeger’s first name was “Charles.” That wasn’t a palindrome.
Adrian: It was to me!
Adrian: That is a claw foot bathtub, which is something I always wanted.
Natalie: It is?
Adrian: Yeah. I just didn’t know.
Natalie: Oh, I love all the woodwork.
Adrian: Hey, don’t touch that.
Natalie: What, wet paint?
Adrian: No, just don’t touch it.
Jake: II’ve got a cousin like you. He makes coffee nervous.
Ramone: So, you are a, ah, detective?
Natalie: No, he's the best detective in the world.
Adrian: Maybe not the world. Well, who's to say?
Adrian: It’s like a nightmare, except for the part where you wake up and it’s all over.
Adrian: Well, why didn’t you tie me down and shoot me in the leg? What’s the good of having a gun if you don’t shoot your friend in the leg when he’s about to buy an old house?
Leland: Next time I will, I promise.
Adrian: I never should have bought this house. I should have waited for something better to come along. Like death.