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Season 1 Episode 12

My Sister's Keeper

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM May 19, 2009 on CTV
9.1
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In court, Toby and Oz' tactics are called into question after they contaminate a crime scene. While Toby is reading the thoughts of the people giving testimony, he finds out that the victim's sister may know who is responsible for her death. He also receives a telepathic hit from someone sitting in the courtroom gallery who may have been an eyewitness to the crime.

Toby also takes an interest in an old man he and Oz took to hospital after he was hit by a car. Despite what Olivia thinks is Alzheimer, the man has a connection to Toby. As he spends more time with this mysterious man, he is shocked to discover that he may hold the key to at least a part of his own mysterious past.

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  • Different Scenery

    9.0
    This episode takes place mostly in trial which is a little different from other episodes. It was a nice change to be on the other side when you have to answer questions in front of a jury. A woman just lost her sister and a music producer is on trial for her murder, Toby is also has to testify because he was trying to revive her. The events that were layed out were meant for confusion that did a good job of doing that, Toby also helps an old man that claims to remember who he is. Overall great episode a must watch.moreless
Tim Rozon

Tim Rozon

Peter Garvin

Guest Star

Brittany Allen

Brittany Allen

Leslie Cahill

Guest Star

Liisa Repo-Martell

Liisa Repo-Martell

Rebecca Cahill

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Anthony Lemke

Anthony Lemke

Det. Sgt. Brian Becker

Recurring Role

Arnold Pinnock

Arnold Pinnock

George Ryder

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Lara Jean Chorostecki

Lara Jean Chorostecki

Maya (Toby's Mother)

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