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Join us for a live Facebook Q&A with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets director Luc Besson Thursday, Nov. DCI Lewis is leading the inquiry and the pathologist's report cites the cause of death as a blow to the skull.
Follow IMDb on Facebook Less than two weeks after 3 year old Sammy Wray goes missing from a children's playground, a child's body is found in a sewer.
The police now have two cases to solve and it's back to square one interviewing Sammy parents, neighbors, workmen and any others who might have be in the area when Sammy disappeared.
They're convinced his disappearance and the death of another child of the same age have to be connected but there is no apparent link.
While it's not a bad mystery by any means, and in fact it does a good job of misleading the viewer and has fine acting especially by the moms, "Make Believe" is probably the weakest episode of the series so far.
I blame mostly the long sequence in the middle where Janine goes to a party, gets drunk, insults Richard's new girlfriend (played by a stunning Shelley Conn) and sings karaoke off-key.
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His ex-wife is known to have made threats against his new family and she becomes a suspect as well.The case is thrown into chaos however when DNA testing reveals that the dead boy isn't Sammy Wray.A 3-year-old boy is abducted while playing in a park; soon afterwards the dead body of a boy of similar age and height is discovered in a sewer.While waiting for the DNA report to confirm the identity of the victim, DCI Janine Lewis and her team start their investigation assuming there is a match - but what if there isn't?I guess the purpose of the scene is to show the more "loose" side of Janine, but it plays out rather awkwardly.
Join us for a live Facebook Q&A with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets director Luc Besson Thursday, Nov.