There’s a lot of action at the accident scene. The lack of victims seems puzzling, and Chin explains that the pick up was stolen, and has front end damage to indicate that its driver had rammed the red sedan. Steve and Danny wonder if they should mention Chin’s hair, but Steve says before Mom went away, she told him ‘if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.’ They politely ignore Chin’s haircut. Charlie Fong shows the boys that the airbag wires had been cut so that the driver of the pick up wouldn’t have copped an airbag to the face on impact.
Charlie finds two hairs on the headrest of the pick up and will run some tests. Chin asks if he can have the hairs after Fong has finished with them, as he is making a wig to disguise his awful hair cut.
Kono tells them that the sedan was registered to Lisa Heller, a 24 year old nursing student. (Clearly, Lisa has no imagination when it comes to Halloween costumes.)
Chin says they have a hit on one of Lisa’s credit cards. In the blue room, an ex-con tells them he found a purse in an alley and tried to use the card.
The team go to the alley, find Lisa’s purse and Kono makes a grisly discovery.
At Max’s office, Steve and Danny try to figure out Max’s costume. He’s keeping with the Keanu Reeve theme and this year he’s dressed as Ted from ‘Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure’. Steve fails miserably at movie quotes.
Max’s preliminary findings show that Lisa’s heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas were removed. While.she.was.alive. Back at HQ, the team discover that Lisa’s blood type was ‘O’ negative, meaning that her organs were more viable for transplant. They decide that Lisa was the target of organ traffickers. Steve gives Chin a subtle look as he says that a kidney can fetch up to $200,000 on the black market. (Remember how Uncle stole the money from the asset locker to buy Auntie a kidney?)
Steve is going to call HPD to see what information they have on organ trafficking.