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Prime Suspect: Carnivorous Sheep

Jane is called into Duffy's homicide and kidnapping case after Sweeney calls for all hands on deck. Duffy gets irritated with Jane after she suggests talking with the deceased woman's employees. Meanwhile, Jane meets Matt's son for the first time.

Source: NBC

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x2
Airdate: Thursday September 29th, 2011

Director: Jonas Pate
Teleplay: Alexandra Cunningham


Main Cast
Maria BelloMaria Bello
As Detective Jane Timoney
Tim GriffinTim Griffin
As Augie Blando
Joe NievesJoe Nieves
As Eddie Gautier
Damon GuptonDamon Gupton
As Evrard Velerio
Brian F. OBrian F. O'Byrne
As Reg Duffy
Kirk AcevedoKirk Acevedo
As Luisito Calderon
Aidan QuinnAidan Quinn
As Kevin Sweeney


The scene opens with Jane trying to find her Nicorete gum. Matt comes in and says that he is going to have his son over and that they kiss. However, Jane’s phone rings and she is told that all officers need to respond to a homicide and a missing 3-year-old. Jane arrives on scene and Valerio tells her that the killer broke in and killed the victim, Allison. He says there was no sign of sexual assault and Jane asks who lead detective is. Jane goes up to find that Duffy is. Duffy says that the housekeeper doesn’t know what happened and says that Allison’s ex-husband could have found the girl and left. Jane doesn’t believe that and tells Duffy that he needs to look further. Sweeny comes in and tells Jane and Duffy that he needs them. Duffy tries to make Jane stay behind, but Sweeny says that she stays. They meet in the hall and go over the details. Duffy comments that the girl is likely dead if she is not with her father. Allison’s ex-husband comes in overhears Duffy make the rude comment. ..

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Episode Notes
This episode is based on Prime Suspect Season 4 : The Lost Child.

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