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On the day of Callie's board exam, Jim must solve the murder of a in Palm Glade, Jim realizes he must make a decision on where their relationship is headed. “I really hope Jim and Callie can figure out how to make the relationship work with her in Atlanta,” TVFanatic's Jim Garner wrote. “I would. Jim Longworth takes Callie's son Jeff to a heavily-wooded area to collect bugs for a . Callie's relationship heats up, but Callie's job search to keep her in Palm Glade falters. On the day of Callie's board exam, Jim must solve the murder of a.
Then, out of nowhere, she plants a passionate kiss on Longworth, as passionate as before. With that out of the way, she tells him she can now actually focus on her test and heads off to her car.
A little dazed, Longworth tells her he's happy to have helped. Callie kisses Jim so she can focus on her studies. Longworth squats by the pool where Sanchez measures the dead swimmer now lying face up on a plastic sheet. Longworth asks if the man drowned and Sanchez replies that it was cardiac arrest with no signs of a struggle and estimates the time of death to be 6 a. Sanchez explains to Longworth that when the pool cleaner jumped in the water to cool off, the movement shifted the gas in the gut of the deceased and he floated to the surface.
Longworth questions Gabby who tells him all she knows is that a guy named Chris has the key to the house and stays there a lot. The owner is never there -- she lives in Ocala, horse breeding country, and has a ton of money. Longworth gets serious with Gabby, asking her if she always mixes business with pleasure, referencing a roach he's seen in the ashtray of her truck and she tells him she's just trying to chill before law school starts.
He presses her with the threat of a pot charge but she sticks to her story, suggesting Longworth talk to the owners. Daniel Green walks up with an evidence bag of very long, coarse, chestnut brown hair. He tells Longworth found the hair in the pool skimmer and Longworth comments that it looks like horsehair.
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Gabby tells them that it must have fallen in the pool that morning because she had cleaned the skimmers yesterday but had run out of filters and was back today to change them. Green also found a duffel bag of clean clothes upstairs, but has not yet found the deceased's wallet and keys.
Inside the mansion, Sanchez looks at a wall of photos featuring a sexy woman and an elderly man as Longworth enters. Sanchez tells Longworth the owner of the home is Patricia Dixon, a former model from the 90s. Looking at the pictures, Longworth guesses the old man is her dead husband.
As he studies the kitchen, Longworth feels a coffee pot with the back of his hand, noticing it's still warm.
He also spies two cups on the dish rack. As he continues canvassing, he sees that the digital clock is flashing on and off and remarks that the power must've gone out, and decides someone must have flipped the breakers. Sanchez postulates that maybe it went out in the whole neighborhood, but Longworth counters that Gabby cleaned the pools next door and never mentioned it.
Longworth considers that maybe the victim was electrocuted, which would look like a heart attack at first glance, but Sanchez tells him he already thought of that and checked for evidence, but found none.
Suddenly, Longworth looks around and sees something outside.
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Sanchez comments that the machines are made to suck up water and Longworth adds, "But not to be submerged in it. Sanchez suggests that the death by vacuum cleaner hypothesis is plausible but highly unlikely. Still Longworth isn't sure. He opens up the Outdoor Vac's engine and water pours out. The three walk outside. Sanchez reports that the Ocala Sheriff showed Patricia Dixon the victim's picture, whom she has identified as Kevin Kehoe, a man who used to work for her.
Longworth asks if Patrica mentioned what Kevin did for her and Sanchez explains that while she didn't, he did learn that Patrica runs a breeding farm in Ocala and owns a thoroughbred named Second Chance who won the Gator Derby two weeks ago. Second Chance was a long shot win and made a lot of people rich. Longworth wonders aloud if the dead man and the prizing winning racehorse have anything to do with each other and Sanchez says he'd bet on it.
As they get into Longworth's car, the engine makes a horrible grinding sound. They get out and Green checks it out. He tells Longworth it appears as though his car has a screw loose. Longworth thanks Callie for the ride as he admires her car. Callie tells him she loves Ocala and never has a chance to get up here anymore. She explains she was a hot walker one summer in Ocala when she was 19 and she has wanted to come back for years. Longworth makes a snide comment and which indicates he knows nothing about horses.
Callie tells him hot walkers help horses wind down after exercise.
They arrive at the Glades Ranch, a acre horse farm with hi-tech breeding facilities and emerald fields filled with chestnut-colored horses. Jim and Callie in Callie's car. Callie tells Longworth that thoroughbreds can trace their ancestry back to three Arabian horses from 18th century England.
They also have to be conceived by live cover, or copulation, and artificial insemination is against the rules because it makes breeding too easy. She continues that because it's hard to prove a foal's lineage, when a live cover is witnessed, a vet can verify the foal's parents, crucial since breeding is all about blood stock and who sired whom.
She adds that she once wanted to be a jockey but things didn't quite work out as expected: Longworth clocks the wistfulness of the missed opportunity, when something catches Callie's eye in the nearby field.
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A woman is riding a stunning brown stallion in a field bordered by a white fence. Callie, stunned, tells Longworth the woman is Darcy, an old friend. Callie talks to Darcy Owens, holding the reins of Second Chance, a spectacular two-year-old stallion that's eating grass. The two women chat and Darcy tells Callie this her first morning on him and they're just getting to know each other.
She asks what brings her back and Longworth walks up from the car and introduces himself. Longworth tells her he's investigating the murder of Kevin Kehoe and Darcy is shocked.
Darcy tells him Kevin ran the stable before Patricia fired him two weeks ago. When Longworth asks why Kevin was fired, Darcy tells him to talk to Patricia about it and directs him to the breeding barn. Longworth passes workers and approaches the woman from the photographs in the mansion, Patricia Dixon. Patricia is preparing a male for breeding and talks to equine vet, Dr.
They introduce themselves to Longworth and Meadows asks who would want to kill Kevin. Meadows receives a text message and apologizes, saying he has an emergency. Darcy asks if someone named Dosher has lost another horse, but Meadows doesn't answer.
He says goodbye and wishes Longworth luck. Patricia leads the mare to a shower stall and starts to wash her down. Longworth asks when she last saw Kevin and Patricia tells him it was two weeks ago, when she fired him. As it turns out, Kevin was her equine portfolio manager and bought and sold horses for her. Longworth questions her reasons for hiring Kevin in the first place, who she describes as "needing some seasoning" and she explains he was born a barn rat and knew everyone in town.
Longworth comments that Kevin was a bit of a stud and asks if that had anything to do with his rapid rise up her corporate ladder. Patricia admits she slept with him but that it was not anything serious. She reasons that she didn't want to fire Kevin, but that his demons sometimes got the best of him.
Longworth asks what she means and Patricia explains that once Second Chance won the Gator Derby, Kevin balked under all the attention, refusing to play along so she decided she could do a better job herself and ended it with Kevin on good terms with a generous severance. Longworth asks if the terms were good enough that Kevin had become her official property manager and Patricia remarks that she was in Ocala so much of the time that she didn't care if Kevin made himself at home.
As a worker puts a hobble on a mare, Patricia apologizes for the horse, being that it's in heat during their conversation. Longworth asks what the hobble does and Patricia explains it's used to keep the mare from kicking the stallion during the breeding process, which Patricia explains is dangerous for the stud. Longworth remarks that he is starting to understand that.
Callie drops off Longworth back at the station, lingering there a moment to enjoy their final moments together. Longworth offers up an awkward kiss, before realizing he's been busted as Sanchez approaches. Sanchez hands Longworth a file which explains Kevin Kehoe's liver was singed due to electrocution, pointing out that the electrocution is what triggered the cardiac arrest. He adds that whoever did it knew what they were doing.
He shows Longworth a photo of a round mark on Kevin's back, a burn mark between his shoulder blades, explaining Kevin was wearing something around his neck when he was electrocuted, perhaps some sort of medallion. Callie and Jim kiss in the car. Sanchez continues that the tox screen on the horsehair from the pool showed that the horse had been juiced up with Winstrol, an older steroid still used by bottom feeding horse racers.
The trick is they buy a gimpy horse, pump him up with cheap steroids, and run him in a claims raise. Purses are small so nobody tests the horses. Green tells them that phone company has just given him the code to Kevin's voicemail. He hits speaker and a series of anxious messages are played. The messages are from Bill, telling Kevin they need to talk. The messages get more and more threatening as they play.
The last message says, "Hey man, call me by tomorrow or I'm coming after your ass, got it? Longworth and Sanchez arrive at Glades Ranch breeding barn at night and find a pickup parked under a security lamp outside the barn with a shadowy figure at the wheel. They figure it's their guy and sneak up to the truck. With his gun trained on the driver, Longworth yells for the man to get out of the car with his hands up. Equine vet William Meadows steps out and Longworth puts him on the ground and cuffs him.
In the interrogation room, Longworth grills Williams Meadows about his threatening messages. Meadows explains that he has known Kevin since he was five and that Kevin's mom was a groomer who ran off to Mexico with a jockey when he was a baby.
His dad was a stable hand with a Vicodin problem who overdosed when Kevin was sixteen. Meadows tells Longworth that they all got him jobs but the kid loved to party. Meadows continues that he keeps an office at Dosher Ranch: Kevin asked Meadows to get him in so he could network. That night, Meadows explains, somebody broke into his office and stole Valium, Ketamine, Boldenone, a steroid, and Butorphanol, a synthetic narcotic.
Meadows explains he has a DEA audit next week and that if he didn't report the theft, he'd lose his license. Longworth asks if he thought Kevin robbed him. Meadows tells Longworth that Kevin was broke and the stuff he stole is gold on the street. He says he tried to call Kevin but Kevin blew him off, so naturally he got mad and called Agent Dyson at the DEA, adding that he didn't want Kevin to get in trouble. Longworth buys his story for the moment. In the lab room, Longworth finds Green taking apart a robot pool skimmer.
Green tells Longworth he's taking apart a solar powered robot skimmer from Patricia's pool but it's jammed. Longworth solves the problem by smashing it open with a rubber mallet.
He reaches in and finds a silver chain in the gears. He pulls it out and finds a gold coin hanging on the end. It's a sobriety chip for being clean for two years. In the autopsy room, Longworth watches as Sanchez lays the chip on the mark on Kevin's naked back. It fits like a puzzle piece. Sanchez concludes that it must've fallen off when Kevin was electrocuted. Green comes in and tells Longworth the DEA confirmed the theft and reckons it looks legit. Longworth suggests it sounds too legit and Kevin wouldn't swim with a sobriety chip around his neck unless he was actually sober.
Sanchez suggests that perhaps he was sober and just sold the drugs on the street like Meadows had said. Green adds in that Kevin was in a lot of debt and the collection agency was coming for his car any day. He hands a file to Longworth, who notes that Kevin had a brand new Mustang and believes that if he had actually sold the drugs, he would have paid off his car. Longworth and Sanchez speculate that maybe Meadows is a dirty vet who's lying and blaming a dead guy to scrub his scripts.
Longworth reads a credit card statement. He sees forty-two dollars to "Lyle Diagnostics. Green postulates that maybe Kevin was getting tested to prove he was clean, but Longworth suggests that he was looking for something else; something that killed him. Callie and Longworth walk through a cheap apartment complex inhabited by Ocala's working class horse people.
Longworth asks Callie how someone would fix a horse race. Callie tells him there are a million ways: Longworth comments that it explains how a long shot won the Gator Derby and why Meadows was really threatening Kevin.
Callie tells him the problem is that the state tests for EPO before and after a big race. She suggests maybe Kevin knew something the state didn't. Longworth asks what would happen if he could prove Second Chance's blood was dirty and she tells him Meadows would lose his license and Patricia would lose a lot of money.
Longworth and Callie stand outside Kevin's apartment with the manager's key ring. He unlocks the three deadbolts. Longworth finds a digital frame that loops pictures of Kevin with friends, including one of Callie's friend Darcy and puts it in his evidence bag. Callie tells him that the people on top and the barn rats usually don't mix and that Darcy must have been slumming while she was hurt.
She mentions that Darcy fell in a race in Maryland a few years ago and shattered her shoulder and confidence, but that she's healthy again and was a rising star at one point. Longworth steps into the kitchen and sees a newspaper clipping, a car ad stuck to the freezer door with a magnet.
He flips it over to find a newspaper article about Second Chance winning the Gator Derby. He suggests somebody knocked it off when in a hurry. Longworth opens the freezer and removes a plastic freezer bag filled with cylinders of dry ice, which Callie speculates was used to keep something cold if he had to run. There's also Styrofoam, the kind used to transport stored blood.
Longworth finds a piece of stationery on the floor by the side of the fridge and inside are two tickets to the Ocala Blood Stock auction. On the stationary, there's a simple note which reads "See you Saturday. Dying to catch up. Longworth arrives at the auction barn at Dosher Ranch. Wallace Dosher is an older Southern gentleman.
Longworth shows him the note found in Kevin's apartment. He asks what he was dying to catch up on and Dosher tells him simply horse talk.
Dosher leads Longworth through the auction barn hallway where workers set up for Saturday's Blood Stock Auction. Longworth tells Dosher that Dr. Meadows said Kevin robbed his drug safe. Dosher tells him it's Meadows' safe. He adds that Meadows' grandfather was his grandfather's vet and Longworth remarks that Dosher keeps it all in the family.
Dosher counters that blood is all you can trust. Longworth asks if Dosher built all this, referring to the fancy barn and ranch. Dosher points to a trophy case with a saddle and bridle next to a painting of a magnificent horse telling Longworth, "No sir, he did. The Sire of Sires," telling him that the horse, Kingmaker, won ten million in races, sired twenty stakes winners and made twenty-five million in fees in one year, a record that will never be broken.
Longworth browses through a horse catalogue, asking Dosher if he made more money in breeding than racing. Dosher explains that a good horse wins a big race and may win a million dollars, but after he turns four, when he's done, you can put him out to stud and sell his cover for fifty thousand a pop.
A good stallion can cover a hundred mares a year. A true stud, like Kingmaker, can make three-hundred thousand a cover. Dosher gets a little emotional over the animal's loss and explains he was out of the country when he left them and never got to say goodbye and that Second Chance can't stand in Kingmakers shoes. Longworth finds Second Chance's name in the catalogue and sees Patricia's asking price is three-hundred thousand a cover. Dosher tells Longworth that Second Chance will lose and true champions are born and not made.
Dosher continues that Second Chance's sire was Miami Joe who got sold for dog food, noting again that blood doesn't lie. Longworth adds, "Unless it's doped," reminding Dosher that he'd lose a lot of money if Second Chance cheated at the Gator Derby. Longworth asks if that's what Dosher and Kevin were going to catch up on. Dosher smiles at him, telling Longworth he talked to an old cop friend of his and heard Longworth got shot in the ass, reminding him of his view that character is everything.
Longworth counters that he thought Dosher was just a rich old blowhard but a guy like him doesn't check out a guy like Longworth unless he's hiding something.
Dosher tells them they're through talking. Callie hangs up her phone as Longworth walks over. MrsBeck Jim is working at home when Callie stops by. Rated T just to err on the side of ratings caution. I'm working without a beta here, so any mistakes are mine. I tried to work this into the general time line of the show, but since many things haven't been spelled out yet, it was a bit tricky. I don't own anything from this wonderful new show. I am simply playing until the finale airs.
Kiss and Run Detective Jim Longworth studied the file in front of him. Albeit from the comfort of his living room couch. He was fresh from a shower, comfortable in an old pair of shorts. A Stovepipe Richmond CD was playing quietly in the background. His bare feet were up and he had a beer in hand, but he considered it working.
It had been a long, hard day to top off a long, hard week. The Job was getting no more than some light reading on the couch from him tonight. For a man who rarely let things get to him, he was wiped out physically and emotionally. Things with Callie had been strained since her trip to Raiford and his decision to take Heather up on her offer. He had the distinct impression Callie was avoiding him.
Things with Heather had been weird as she figured out right away that he had feelings for Callie. He was currently avoiding Heather until he figured out what to do. His current case was dreadful and "in his spare time" Colleen had him looking over old files hoping to improve her case closure rates.
He sighed and closed the folder. This particular case was going nowhere until the test results came back which would likely be Monday. Carlos' wife had threatened to make salsa out of him if he interrupted another weekend at the Sanchez house. He believed she would, so calling Carlos was not an option. He picked up another folder from the pile and glanced at it.
Just when he thought is life could not get more complicated, he groused and started reading. Josie Tigertail had aced her interview and been accepted into the program. The nine week training program would start next month. Jim would bet his favorite set of golf clubs that she'd end up in Palm Glade despite the fact that the FDLE could send her anywhere in the state.
The whole "move to Florida, work on my golf game, write a few speeding tickets, get a nice tan" thing was so not working out for him. No, instead he was up to his bullet scarred backside in homicide cases, politics, criticism and complicated women. He rubbed his temples hoping to ease the headache that had been building all day.
What was he going to do about the women in his life anyway? He'd been avoiding the subject as much as he could lately, which was not working out well for him. He was in uncharted territory here. Sure he'd had women in his life before, mother, sister, coworkers, even dates…just not like this.
He'd had plenty of first dates, some second dates and fewer third dates. A few onetime hook ups along the way, but never a serious relationship or any relationship that lasted more than a couple of months. And Callie was nothing like anyone he'd ever met before. He'd felt something for her right from the get-go. Something he hadn't ever felt before. He didn't have much experience with love and he didn't think he was in love with her yet, but the little voice in the back of his head told him that she was someone he could fall in love with for a very long time.
But Callie had a son who desperately wanted his mother and father to be together, a mother in law who would be more than happy to stab Jim with her spiked heels, and an 'in prison for armed robbery' husband. Callie was complicated with a capital C. Then there was Heather.
Heather was unattached, pretty, fun and from the look of her father's yacht, loaded. They'd had a good time on their few nights out. He purposely avoided calling them dates. But he spent most of the first evening watching his phone for a call or text from Callie. The second time was uncomfortable all around since they actually ran into Callie.
He was avoiding a third time for right now. And now Josie would likely be back working with him.
Jim wondered if his old apartment in Chicago had been rented out yet. Then again, he reminded himself, it was the thought of Josie as his new girlfriend that prompted Callie to kiss him that night.
He smiled at the memory of that kiss…and the one that followed it a few days later. Then frowned as he remembered how everything seemed to unravel from there. Jim was pulled from his thoughts by the doorbell. He tried to imagine who was coming by this late as he made his way to the door. He was surprised when he opened it, but not as much as the person outside. For a moment it was a staring contest. Jim staring in surprise at Callie, wondering why she rang the bell instead of just coming in like she usually did.
Callie openly staring at Jim and drooling just a little bit wondering why he didn't walk around in those shorts more often.