I want to know if there's a story behind his disappearing act.
State was hacking our budget big time in the early '90s.
I got burnt out, frankly.
Needed a minute to relax.
So, that was it, then?
Just dropped a big case like that?
It was the case or me.
Bonnie, the eyewitness, Linda Morelli,
I want to know if there's anyone else she saw that day
that could be a suspect.
I'm going to her place tomorrow.
What about me? I-I could go with.
- Old ladies find me charming. - Great.
-带上米尔斯顿先生一块去 -加油 邦设队
- Take Mr. Millstone with you. - Yeah. Team bosher!
There's nothing else you recall seeing that day
before seeing David leave the scene of the murder?
I wish I could say, but that's a lot of years ago.
And a lot of time
trying to push the memory out of my head, not back in.
Excuse me, ma'am,
but are those prescription glasses you're wearing?
Yes. And I know why you're asking,
but I didn't need them till a few years ago.
I wish it were different.
But I saw him with that gun.
- David had an alibi? - Oh, yeah.
Guy named J-wat.
Sky-high on heroin every time I tried to talk to him.
I didn't need the jury to associate David
with someone like that.
Appreciate your help.
- Know how busy you must be. - All right.
Well, have a good one.
Vince, you said you left
the David Allen trial so you could relax.
How relaxing were the depos you took in the State's case
against the dockworkers' union two days later?
Travers won't admit to any of this on record,
but apparently he was tipped to there being
perjured testimony in the David Allen case.
He didn't know who it was, but he sent word
to Judge Millstone to look into it, and...
And apparently Judge Millstone did nothing about it.
Okay, guys, this Travers guy is clearly a whack job.
Go on, Miss Pratt.
Travers was re-assigned to a different case by the D.A.
He said he thought there was pressure to convict,
perhaps even motivated by race.
Okay, seriously, my father isn't a sleaze.
He wasn't a part of some racist scheme.
Really? Where is it you summer again?
It's not just white people who go to Kennebunkport.
My father wrote the book on judicial conduct, literally.
He's a highly respected federal judge.
You don't get to where he's gotten
by burying evidence of perjury.
Believe me, my dad wouldn't do this.
Looks like we have a new target --
Judge William Millstone.
You wouldn't be the first person in the world
disappointed by your father.
There's a gas station up on Elm that's open.
Where's Elm? Maybe Sam knows.
I mean, he's lived here the longest, right?
怎么样 知道吗 哥们儿
What, any ideas, pal?
We shouldn't stop around here.
We could run into people we know.
Go to route 6 instead. We'll find a station out there.
-6号♥公路又在哪 -天哪 亚设
- Where the hell is route 6? - Oh, my God. It's Asher.
等等 真的吗 你要过来
Wait, really? You want to come over?
我的天 我的天 我的天
Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Uh, yeah. Totally. I'll -- I'll be there in 20.
This is freaking whack-a-mole.
Asher! I thought I heard someone.
I, uh, think I left a book in here a while back.
Good luck finding it.
Your father won't let me cross this line to tidy up.
Yeah, I think I'll, um,
look for a few more minutes, and then I'll give up.
He was this kid in my volunteer program.
He had this job interview but no clothes to wear,
so I met him at my apartment to get him a suit he could borrow.
All right, so there was only the two of you in the apartment?
- No one saw you? - No.
I chilled with him till about 8:00,
then I went to Trisha's alone.
Saw the police cars parked out front and...
anyway, not much of an alibi now, is it?
- You have any idea where we can find him? - No clue.
He lived up on 72nd by the bus station.
We'll try to find him.
Wait, wait. H-hold on. Hold on.
Seriously, how you liking our chances?
If I spend the afternoon sitting here
looking at your sad face, I don't like them at all.
What's wrong with looking into daddy doucheface?
- Would you want one of us doing it to yours? - Sure.
Maybe they could actually tell me something about the guy.
Wow, someone have daddy issues?
Someone have a gay fiance?
- What did we find? - Uh, not much.
There isn't anything in the trial transcript
to suggest that Judge Millstone
was prejudiced toward a conviction.
And I can't find a single allegation of misconduct
in his over 20 years on the bench.
Maybe Asher was right.
Maybe Travers was just trying to get me out of his office.
- Do I detect prejudice in your voice? - Not at all.
If you look at it through the lens favorable
to your friend's father,
you're not gonna find what you're looking for.
Clinical objectivity, Miss Pratt.
- I have no time now. - I don't care.
Time's running out for Rebecca, too.
She has a hearing next week.
I told you I'll find her. You have to trust me on that.
Did you find Jason Watkins?
- Yes. - I want to talk to him.