Episode: Tally: “Who Would Do This?” | 3


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Tally: “Who Would Do This?” | 3

After the initial shock of the murder wears off, everyone -- friends, reporters and law enforcement -- tries to understand how this could have happened, and why. The police investigate a number of theories about who might have pulled the trigger, and the families cope with the fallout.

“Where the Enemy Sleeps” is performed by Scott Mackay featuring Lucette.

“If You Stayed Over” is performed by Bonobo featuring Fink.


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