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The final shot in the church reveals that Ana hid the missing pellets under a statue of the Virgin Mary.
Ana Castilla was killed on September 28, 1998. On her case file you can see that her occupation was florist and that her mother's name was Maria Castilla.
Ramiro: (about Father Peralta) You think that he took care of young pretty girls just for heaven points? Nah. He's getting something back and it wasn't nothing holy.
Det. Jeffries: Undercover, huh?
Scotty: Uhh... yeah.
Det. Jeffries: Seems like something that would've come up.
Scotty: I also went to soccer camp as a kid. Never mention that.
Ramiro: (about Scotty) You should have seen him with his Ana. He was all over her.
Lilly: He says she was just a friend.
Ramiro: And you believe what he says? Do you think that he's never lied to you?
(Lilly doesn't answer.)
Ramiro: You didn't know him then... I did.
Lilly: We're done here.
Det. Valens: (to Father Peralta) They say Colombians call you El Ranchero, the Rancher.
Det. Jeffries: Because you wrangle the mules. Is that some kind of joke?
Ramiro: (about Ana) She was dumb, so she's dead.
Det. Valens: She wasn't dumb.
Ramiro: Okay, she was a genius. She's still dead.
- Denmark: April 12, 2006 on TV3+
Music Featured in This Episode:
- Teardrop by Massive Attack
- Mad About You by Hooverphonic
- Grin-Gosano by Control Machete
- Life in Mono by Mono
- Let Me See by Morcheeba
- ¿Comprendes Mendes? by Control Machete
- Return to Innocence by Enigma
CBS renewed the show for a fourth season on March 6, 2006 -- six days before this episode aired.
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