Has the less informative one hour format for summer Dateline episodes finally caught up with NBC resulting in an outcry of justice for Dolores and Joan? Will viewers ever know who killed them, why they had to die and whether these two elderly women loved life to a satisfactory degree? Does a lawyer’s fashion accessory choices in the courtroom effect the jury enough to ensure one defendant is going to be walking the plank no matter what? Will Kimberly’s family relationships be pushed to the breaking point as they all settle in front of the TV for a night of matzo ball soup, fro-yo and Andrea Canning interviews? And finally, a warning… this episode contains words like “lover”, “consummated” and the term “making love” spoken in a French accent… if these words make you uncomfortable we have several other episode recaps that might be more appealing. Don’t blame us… we told Dateline to stop.
The Official Description from NBC:
For the third time in a year, a fire in Bergen County, New Jersey is used to cover a murderer’s tracks. Is this latest murder the work of a serial killer or is it personal? Andrea Canning reports