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I diamanti sono per sempre

Forever: Stagione 1, Episodio 13
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I diamanti sono per sempre (Diamonds Are Forever) e' l'episodio numero 13 della Stagione 1 della serie televisiva Forever.
Girato in USA, prima visione negli Stati Uniti Martedì 13 Gennaio 2015 su ABC. Prima visione in Italia Domenica 3 Gennaio 2016 su Premium Crime.
La prima messa in onda è stata vista da 4.750.000 telespettatori.
| ep. 13 di 22 |

Trama

Un'indagine di Henry e Jo sull'omicidio di un ex detenuto si rivela collegata con il defunto marito di Jo, Sean. Nella mente di Jo si ripresentano impetuosi i ricordi di Sean e le sono quasi insopportabili. La mente di Henry torna indietro al 1816, quando e' finito in carcere. Abe prepara una trappola per la persona che ritiene responsabile di aver rubato un inestimabile oggetto d'antiquariato dal suo negozio.


Sinossi alternativa: Abe (Judd Hirsch) asks Henry (Ioan Gruffudd) to find who stole a Chinese horse statue from the store, but Henry considers the case unworthy of his time since he believes it was a fake. A man knocks on Jo's (Alana De La Garza) door in the middle of the night, but by the time she gets there, he's gone. The next morning, Jo and Detective Hanson (Donnie Keshawarz) respond to a hit-and-run a few blocks from her house. It's the same young man who was so desperate to talk to her the night before, but he's a stranger to Jo. Henry declares this was no ordinary hit-and-run: "This was murder," he states. During the autopsy, Henry learns the victim, Aaron Brown, had multiple old injuries from what was obviously a violent life. Jo is rattled when she reads his file: The D.A. who put Aaron away for robberywas her late husband, Sean Moore. Aaron's widow tells Jo and Henry that her husband had put his criminal past behind him and was on the straight and narrow. Henry believes Aaron might have turned his life around but Jo is more skeptical, especially since Aaron's hair was found at the site of a jewelry heist. In a flashback, we see why Henry is so sympathetic to criminals: In 1816, he was in a London prison, where his cellmate was a priest (guest star Roger Rees), who miraculously believed he was telling the truth about his immortality. The priest urged him to escape by hanging himself, then start over somewhere new. Jo brings Henry to the scene of the jewelry robbery, where she introduces him to Detective Hank Dunn. Henry determines that Aaron couldn't have committed the crime: Old injuries would have prevented him from making the overhead swing necessary to take out the security camera. It's clear that someone else was trying to frame Aaron. Lucas (Joel David Moore) and Henry examine a ski mask recovered near the jewelry store. Since the mask smells like maple syrup, Henry concludes that the thief has untreated diabetes. Jo starts sifting through paperwork about the heist that put Aaron behind bars years ago. Hanson offers to help and she assures him she's fine. But when watching a video deposition where her husband took a call from her, she tears up and leaves the room. Henry I.D.'s an associate of Aaron's, Diego Rodriguez, as a diabetic merely by looking at his mug shot. Jo, Hanson and Dunn track Diego to an abandoned warehouse, where the group is separated: Hanson is shot in the arm by an unseen gunman and Dunn shoots and kills Diego. During Diego's autopsy, they discover he had swallowed a condom full of diamonds. Henry calls in Abe to examine the diamonds, who determines they're low-grade quality and hardly worth stealing. Abe tells Henry he knows who stole his statue: A tattooed Asian kid with a backpack who came into the store twice. Henry urges Abe not to jump to conclusions, telling him, "People aren't always what they appear to be." When Jo and Henry visit Hanson at the hospital, he is satisfied that both cases are now closed but Henry isn't so sure. Hanson tells Henry to let it go since the case is tearing up Jo with constant reminders of her husband. Henry promises to drop it, but recruits Lucas to re-examine the scene of the hit-and-run. They trace some red paint found on Aaron to a red door. When Henry knocks, he's surprised that Jo answers. Jo says someone did knock on her door and it's clear now it was Aaron, who was likely looking for Sean. They meet with Aaron's widow, who tells them Sean believed Aaron wanted to be a better man so he helped get him a lighter sentence, which makes Jo tear up. At a nearby bar, Jo drowns her sorrows with Henry. She wakes the next morning at the antique shop, where Abe offers her his patented hangover remedy. Abe enlists Jo's help in recovering his stolen statue. Abe speculates that the statue might be worth more if stolen, since it was insured, and Henry and Jo both realize the key to their case: The stolen diamonds were never meant to be found, since they were worth less than what they were insured for. The owner of the store is now the prime suspect, so Dunn and Jo go to confront him. When Henry examines Hanson's wound, he realizes that the angle is all wrong: Diego wasn't the shooter, it was Dunn, who's now alone with Jo! In the car with Dunn, Jo also realizes he's the real killer and surreptitiously dials Henry on her headset while Dunn pulls a gun on her. Henry tells Jo to crash her car against a barricade: If she aims for the middle, she'll survive. Sure enough, she crashes the car and escapes with a few scrapes while Dunn is hospitalized. When the statue suspect returns to the store, Abe finds him busy rearranging antiques. He tells Abe that he stashed the "unbearable" fake horse in a cabinet. He loves beautiful things and just wants to see them properly displayed. He's no thief, which proves Henry right yet again. Jo is tearfully rewatching the video of her husband when there's a knock at her door: It's Henry, who correctly guessed she might want company. She confides that she had an argument with her husband right before he died and she never got to tell him she was sorry. "Trust me, he knew," he says as he puts his arm around her.

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Titolo Italiano: I diamanti sono per sempre
Titolo Originale: Diamonds Are Forever
Prima Visione Assoluta: Martedì 13 Gennaio 2015 su ABC
Prime Visione USA: Martedì 13 Gennaio 2015 su ABC
Prima Visione Italia: Domenica 3 Gennaio 2016 su Premium Crime
Serie Televisiva: Forever
Stagione: 1 - Episodio: 13
Nazione: USA
Durata: 45 minuti
Genere: Drammatico
Ascolti Prima TV: 4.750.000 telespettatori

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