|Airdate||August 22, 2005|
|Written by||Hunt Baldwin & John Coveny|
|Directed by||Rick Wallace|
|Previous episode||The Butler Did It|
|Next episode||Fatal Retraction|
|Episode list||Season 1|
|“||This is L.A. The sun shines 329 days a year. That squint is not working for me.||”|
— Sgt. Gabriel
The Priority Homicide Division is forced to work alongside the FBI when an Iranian businessman suspected of having connections to terrorism is shot to death in a garage.
- Razi Mokhtari, Iranian shipping business owner
- Jeffrey Sanders, Mokhtari's bodyguard
Closing the CaseEdit
- Marina Sirtis (Layla Mokhtari)
- Ethan Rains (Faraz Mokhtari)
- Ivar Brogger (Dr. William Graham)
- Greg Rikaart (Craig Sherman)
- Jack Conley (FBI Agent Jackson)
- Marsh Mokhtari (Translating Officer)
"Agt. Jackson: Razi Moktari is on our terrorist watchlist."
"Brenda: So is Cat Stevens."
Cat Stevens was a singer-songwriter who was well-known in the 1970's. In 1978 he converted to Islam after a near-death experience and started going by the name "Yusuf Islam". After returning to music, he changed his professional name to simply "Yusuf". And incidentally, he is on the FBI's terrorist watchlist for allegedly donating funds to questionable groups that may or may not be legitimate charities.