#41 Tuesday June 19th
Yvette is with Cassandra at the CoffeeRoom, discussing Cassandra's reasons for being in town
Cassandra: Let's get down to business, shall we?
Cassandra: I've was rather cryptic about some things in our last meeting, so I'll get right to the point. I need you to help me find someone, someone very important.
Yvette: And who is this very important person?
Cassandra: His name is George Lightner, he's my nephew.
Yvette: Okay, so why you want to find him?
Cassandra: He is the key to everything.
Yvette: (sarcastic) Well, that's a whole lot of information.
Cassandra: You'll find out more about him soon enough.
Yvette: I'm still not sure how this could of any use to me.
Cassandra: If everything goes right, you could end up in control of the company.
Yvette: Your beef was with my father, so why are you coming to his daughter for help? It makes no sense.
Cassandra: I know that you want control of this company and will stop at nothing to get it. I needed someone on the inside and you're the only person I think can help me.
Yvette: All right, so where do you think this George is at?
Cassandra: Somewhere in Canada. I am a bit concerned, he hasn't contacted me in quite awhile.
Yvette: None of this makes sense.
Cassandra: Years ago, he worked at a McGregor's corporate office and got his hands on some very sensitive company files.
Yvette: In other words, he stole private information.
Cassandra: Let's not quibble over little details like that.
Yvette: I'm sorry, but I don't like how any of this sounds.
Cassandra: Well, what's done is done, so let's just figure out how we are going to find George.
Yvette: I'm afraid I might end up regretting this, but I'll go along with it.
Cassandra: Good choice, dear.
At the Donahue Estate, Cody, Norm and Carol are meeting with Private Detective Wilkins over his findings.
Wilkins: I went to the gun shop and I talked to the owner and his daughter, it turns out that Cody's name was signed in a ledger, but the description of the person who bought the gun doesn't match Cody.
Carol: I don't understand, why didn't the police know that before?
Wilkins: Because the police only talked to the owner, not his daughter who actually sold the gun. All the owner did was show them the ledger, he never gave a description because he wasn't at the store that day.
Cody: Thank god.
Norm: Do you know anything about who might have purchased the gun?
Wilkins: I'm working on finding that out right now.
Carol: This means that they don't have a case.
Norm: We can get the woman who sold the gun to testify at the hearing, you'll be in the clear.
Cody: Even so, I still want to find out who tried to set me up and who really shot B.P. Charles
Carol: Let's just make sure you are officially in the clear.
Wilkins: Whenever you're ready to find the person, just contact me.
Cody: Thank you.
Wilkins leaves. Carol hugs Cody.
Carol: I'm so glad that's over.
Cody: It's not all the way over for me. Somewhere out there, there's someone who tried to frame me and I'm going to find out who it is.
Meanwhile, somewhere in a hotel room
Woman: You know, you are a lucky man, you almost died.
A man steps out of a bathroom walking on a cane, it's B.P. Charles
B.P.: You know what they say, you just can't keep a good man down.
Off B.P.'s smirks, fade to black.