SUMMARY: The Lamprey is a cop who is driven by
vengeance. She can't turn off being a cop. Even when
she's at home being overcompetitive in a game of Uno with her
kids. Her partner, Jen, was killed in the line of duty by
a mysterious man in Kabuki makeup. Now her relationship with her
husband, Chris, is strained, she's reviled by Jen's husband
Tony, and she's on the outs with the Chief of Police (who
is also her father). And nobody calls her "The Lamprey,"
either... it's a nickname she gave herself, and she's going to
keep calling herself that until it sticks. Tomorrow, she
swears, she will have her vengeance... after her morning
carpool. But as she sleeps on the couch, where she's been
banished by Chris until she decides to talk about what happened
instead of repressing it, Jen's murderer looms over her...
SUMMARY: Chris exhorts Lynn not to be The Lamprey
today because she has a lot of things to do, but she drugs him
so he can't stop her. She frantically tries to squeeze
everything in - carpooling the kids to school, meeting with
Internal Affairs about the death of Jen, stopping uninvited by
Jen's memorial service, involving an innocent friend in her
investigation into Jen's death by giving her an important piece
of evidence (which gets said friend killed by Jen's Kabuki-faced
killer as soon as Lynn leaves), returning a casserole dish to
her father, asking a fellow loose cannon to help her with the
investigation, and then picking her kids up from school.
However, upon arrival at the school, the kids are wearing Kabuki
makeup that was painted on them by a "Japanese clown" - and the
word "VICTIM" is written across her son's chest.
SUMMARY: As Lynn deals with her increasingly
fraught personal life, we see the Kabuli killer - whose name is
Gian - at home with his wife, Allison and their infant son.
He's a hit man for the Yakuza, but Allison wants him to stay
away from that "Lamprey" woman... she's crazy and dangerous.
But when Lynn and Gian run into each other at the grocery store,
a showdown is in the offing...
Photos by Marian
EPISODE FOUR (4/11/15)
- PLAYOFFS ROUND 1!
SUMMARY: Lynn once again argues with her husband
Chris over her behavior towards her children and her inability
to turn off being "The Lamprey" when she's at home.
SUMMARY: Detectives Barrick and Jaci are casually
dressed for their stakeout, but are displaced by the better
dressed - and more uptight - Detectives Calhoun and Corrigan.
They're staking out Lynn, who is a suspect in the murder of her
partner Jen. Corrigan is obsessed with coming up with
ideas for TV Movies, but it's all a front for his simmering
passion for Calhoun. Calhoun seems uninterested at first,
but eventually the two are close to a passionate kiss. But
their incipient tryst is interrupted when shots are fired,
coming from Lynn's home...
SUMMARY: Lynn and Chris are arguing over the return
of the casserole dish again. The Chief - her dad - once
again asks her to turn in her badge for investigating the death
of her partner Jen without consent. She once again makes
things uncomfortable for Jen's husband Tony. Corrigan and
Calhoun try to interrogate her, but their mutual passion
distracts them. Lynn turns to Clint, who also knew Jen,
and he turns her on so much that, quivering with desire, she
goes to a restaurant where Chris is having dinner with his
friend James, begging Chris for sex (and interrupting James'
laments about his arthritic fingers). When they get home,
Lynn is confronted by Gian, the Kabuki Killer, and manically
shoots him dead. She needs to call it in, but Chris left
his phone at the restaurant. As they leave to go get it,
Barrick and Graci arrive and find the body, and prepare to call