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Jessica: She doesn't appear in the episode. Only to begin it, end it, and occasionally pop in and say something about the plot.
No recurring cast are present in this episode.
Michael: The murder suspect. He is known as Mike to his friends and a very good music composer. He only loses his temper once at the Professor but is very quiet for the rest of the episode.
Chad: A young law student from the "deep south" (meaning he has a thick Texas accent). He is a good friend of Michael's and often talks about marrying Jenny. Chad investigates the murder right off the bat and with Jenny and the young reporter's help finds the murderer.
Jenny: Chad's girlfriend. It is shown that they live together in a small dorm. She often has Chad make out with her in order for her to do what he wants. Jenny helps Chad recreate the murder. Jenny sometimes calls Chad, "Cowboy".
Jessica tells about a book was asked to proof read about a college composer named Michael. Michael's songs are stolen by his music professor and put under a different name. Michael is furious and goes to confront him. The Professor denys Michael and Michael leaves. Later the event triggers a campus wide protest led mostly by a young reporter and Michael's two best friends, Chad and Jenny. Michael sneaks into the professor's office but is stopped several times due to other's walking in and out. When Michael finally does get into the office, he tries to steal his original songs back but instead is caught and when the policeman turns on the light, they find the Professor dead with a pair of scissors stuck in him (The same ones Michael had threatened the Professor with earlier). Michael is arrested and his friend Chad investigates and he drags Jenny into it by having her do things to please him and vice versa. Eventually Chad and Jenny recreate the entire murder and find the Professor's own wife guilty. Michael is released and he and the lyricist, the Professor had to add words to his songs, start going out. Jessica then ends the episode while getting ahead of herself talking about a sequel.