Dr. Kate Murphey: (talking to both girls' parents) You've all suffered. You've all had your worlds turned upside down. For 36 hours, the Whirleys thought their daughter was dead. And for 36 hours, you cared for Donna as your own. Out of this tragedy, one girl has survived, and she has all four of you to thank for the love and the support that she's gotten, and she is gonna need every bit of that love and support to help her come to terms with losing her best friend. Don't you want to be a part of that?
Dr. Megan Hunt: God, I hate award ceremonies. Crappy food and chitchat with strangers.
Lacey Fleming: Well, then why don't you just take Aidan?
Dr. Megan Hunt: No. I could not do that to him.
Lacey Fleming: You took him to see a body. I mean, this has gotta be an improvement.
Peter Dunlop: (discussing the bullet trajectory with Megan and Kate) But there was no bullet hole in the car door and the bullet is only mildly deformed, so it had to have come through the open window. So does anybody know how high off the ground the window opening of a '95 Mustang is?
Dr. Megan Hunt: An excellent question. Let me know when you find out.
Aidan Welles: I'm driving you back to the office, aren't I?
Dr. Megan Hunt: Oh, sorry. I had a lovely evening. Do you mind?
Aidan Welles: No, I don't mind. You've got a very important job to do. Next time someone calls me with a broken sprinkler, I hope you'll understand.
Dr. Megan Hunt: As long as you still come home.
"Love Charade (Uh Oh)" by Emily Hearn (heard from Lacey's bedroom as Megan comes home)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: March 13, 2012 on Citytv
United Kingdom: April 26, 2012 on Alibi
Norway: August 5, 2012 on TVNorge
Germany: October 19, 2012 on Kabel 1
Finland: October 24, 2013 on Liv