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Double Jeopardy - Where Are the Paintings?
When Libby goes into the art store and says that she's looking for a specific Kandinsky painting, the dealer suggests they check "artscan." When they're on the computer, and she sees the painting, the dealer says that the painting had been sold to a gallery in Munich six months before. First of all, there's nothing on the screen that says that. Second, a few minutes later, we find that the painting is hanging in Johnathon Devereaux's office. What's the deal?
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darrelly84 on 02-18-2002
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SAbrat2000 writes:
Okay, the guy works there so he could know where the paintings have gone so it doesn't have to specifically say that on the computer screen. Also, 'Nick' could have bought the painting from the other art gallery it was sold to.
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