Nbc dating in the dark
Again, it’s a good one and the pilot order makes total sense. I wouldn’t watch it blindly, but it may be worth opening our eyes to it.
Plus, it’s coming at a time when one of the biggest hit of the past few years is about an autistic doctor. Not saying here that but it makes sense for The CW to try something like that, centered on a blind detective. So writer Corinne Kingsbury was asked to write a script and tadaaa! The story of course, but also the heroine, though she’s way more trashy, and the overall tone that could be described as very witty and cynical, just like Murphy is. “ is an intriguing show in the making, that could surprise and quickly become a tasty pleasure if The CW gives it a chance.
then Mark says he left Flo to go put the boys to bed. And the bottom line is, if you believed that she truly was afraid of the dark, then she simply would not have stayed out on the deck where it’s pitch-black. The prosecution team of Donna Pendergast, Mark Bilkovic and John Skrynzski pieced together a timeline for the jury of the weeks leading up to Flo’s death.
Mark says he spent about 15 minutes with the boys and when he went back to the boat deck, Flo was gone. By mid-October, 2003, the Unger divorce proceedings had gotten very ugly. There Flo insisted she would fight hard to keep the boys — though Mark had begged her not to — she demanded the release of all the records of Mark’s gambling debts and drug addictions. Flo told friends it was the worst week of her life.
But I can’t see where the show will go once the ongoing mystery about the heroine’s best friend is solved.
How did blood get on the cement platform if Flo was found in the water? The investigation seemed stalled and Mark was not charged with a crime. And so began a trial that would last nearly nine weeks and would include mountains of conflicting evidence.
Mark first met Florence — Flo for short — in college. After dinner at a local restaurant, they went back to their cottage. And deputy Packard told the jury he was stunned to find that just hours after the discovery of Flo'sbody, Mark had already packed up the family car.
The family bought the house in a pricey suburb of Detroit and Flo became a stay-at-home mom. He says addictions to alcohol and gambling followed... The boys settled in to watch a movie, and Mark says he and Flo went down to this boat deck. Packard said Mark kept repeating, “I just want to leave.” But Pendergast was not going to convict Mark Unger on peculiar behavior alone.
According to the defense, Mark simply left Flo for a few minutes to put the boys to bed.
During that time, she somehow tumbled off the deck and into the water.