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The teenage son of a friend of Fran's appears to commit suicide, however the evidence seems to point in a number of different directions. Did he kill himself, or was it a murder made to look like suicide? Or, alternatively, was a suicide made to look like it could have been murder? The Chief has to unravel the story, but he has little real evidence to help him along.
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Ironside: Everything in its place and a place for everything.
Fran: He was very neat.
Ironside: (reading the suicide note) "It's far far better thing that I do." Neat but not original. For a neat boy he used a torn piece of paper. And the corners... the corner's missing, Ed, have you checked the waste paper basket?
Fran: I don't believe he killed himself.
Ironside: Then who did?
Fran: I don't know. It's just a feeling.
Ironside: What kind of feeling?
Fran: I don't--I don't now. Maybe it's... maybe it's because I'm sorry I gave Liz that gun.
Ironside: Officer Belding, what do you want? A few days off so you can feel sorry for yourself?
Fran: No way.
Ironside: Then suppose you expend your energies to pursuing the case. Did Donny have any visitors yesterday afternoon? How did he spend his afternoon? Etcetra, etcetra, etcetra.
Song "Your Time is Coming" music by Marty & David Paich, lyrics by David Paich, sung by Carol Carmichael.
Ironside: Do you recall what Dickens had Sidney Carton say? Frank: It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done. It is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known. Alluding to the quote from Charles Dickens' second novel written in 1859, A Tale of Two Cities.