#53 Monday, October 15th BONUS EPISODE
#53 Monday, October 15th BONUS EPISODE
Yvette is at McGregor's Novi Store, looking for someone. She finally finds Teddy taking inventory.
Teddy: Mrs. Browne.
Yvette: Just call me Yvette, I never really cared for all that formal title stuff.
Teddy: Okay, Yvette. What can I do for you?
Yvette: I've heard that you are pretty good digging up dirt on people.
Teddy: I don't exactly go around bragging about it, but yeah.
Yvette: I need your help finding information on someone.
Teddy: Who is it?
Yvette: It's a woman who is becoming a real thorne in my side.
Teddy: I don't come cheap.
Yvette: I'll pay you well, I'm prepared to give you an advance. You'll get the rest when the job is done.
Yvette shows him an envelope filled with cash.
Teddy: Looks good.
Yvette: So you'll do it?
Teddy: I'll do it.
Yvette hands him the envelope and he puts it inside his jacket.
Carol and Trish come running into Cody's hospital room, where Dr. Claiborne is.
Carol: Dr. Claiborne, what's wrong?
Dr. Claiborne: Your son is regaining consciousness. I'm still checking his vital signs.
Carol: Oh, thank god.
Carol: I'm right here.
Dr. Claiborne: His vital signs seem okay as of now. I'm still waitiyng on a test result, I'm going to go get it.
Carol: Thank you very much, Doctor.
Doctor Claiborne leaves.
Carol: You've given us quite a scare.
Cody: I've hope this isn't the beginning of a series of very unfortunate events.
Carol: Please, no jokes right now.
Trish: How do you feel?
Cody: My head is in a bit of fog.
Carol: Dr. Claiborne has been taking good care of you, you inhaled so much of that gas.
Carol: That's how you ended up here, there was a gas leak at the house.
Cody: That's right, I remember smelling the gas and going down to turn it off and (pauses)
Cody: I seem to remember feeling someone pushing me.
Carol: Pushing you?
Cody: Yes, someone pushed me down the steps. Then the door was jammed and I couldn't open it.
Trish: My god.
Carol: Okay, now this is getting even more scary.
At Wilkins' office, there is a knock at the door. Wilkins opens it to find Norm on the other side.
Wilkins: Norm, come on in.
Norm comes inside.
Norm: You said that Peters guy who tried to frame Cody was here in town?
Wilkins: Well, I'm not sure if he's still here, but he was a couple of day ago.
Norm: There was a gas leak last night and Cody got caught in it, he's in the hospital now.
Wilkins: Good lord.
Norm: And when I was at the house this morning, the investigators told me there was some sort of bonding agent on the gas valve that
stopped it from moving.
Wilkins: You think that Evan Peters was behind it?
Norm: I don't know, but it's clear now that this wasn't an accident.
Wilkins: Um, this might explain some of my findings.
Norm: What findings?
Wilkins: I tracked Peters a couple of nights ago and I saw him meeting with some man.
I snapped a few shots and I blew them up.
Wilkins hands Norm the folder with the pictures.
Norm: These are pictures of B.P. Charles.
Wilkins: That's what it looks like.
Norm: He's dead though, how can this be possible?
Wilkins: Your guess is as good as mine. As crazy as it seems, B.P. Charles could be alive and trying to get revenge on Cody.
Norm: I need to track down this Evan Peters, he could be the key to everything.
Wilkins: Wait a minute, you could be playing with fire here.
Norm: My brother is in the hospital right now, if someone tried to kill him, I want to go after them.
Wilkins: Peters has mob connections, you'd be crazy to try to lean on him.
Norm: Just tell me where Peters is.
Wilkins: You're mother already has one son in a hospital, she doesn't need something to happen to another. I'm a good friend
of hers, I don't want to be responsible for anything that happens.
Norm: You won't be, I'm the one doing this. Please, just help me out, my family could be in more danger.
Wilkins thinks for a second
Wilkins: All right, but I'm going with you. I know more about these type of people than you do.
Norm: Whatever, I just want to get to the bottom of this.
Wilkins: Let's go.
Wilkins grabs his keys and both of them leave.