Walter found himself working a modern-day Cinderella case when he was hired to find a missing woman on "The Finder" (Thu., 9 p.m. EST on Fox). The man who hired him brought along a shoe a woman left behind at the bar they met at. She'd left him a note on a napkin, but a spilled beer ruined his chance to read it.
As luck would have it, that beer also saved his life. As Walter dug deeper into the case, he realized that the woman who'd run from the bar, seemingly in danger, wasn't in danger at all. She was the danger. This was just her ploy to lure men to her private hideaway where she would kill them and feed them to the fishes.
The woman was apparently looking for a Prince Charming, but most of the men she found were more interested in the tawdry side of relationships. Walter, on the other hand, has a unique ability to find things, and part of that is understanding people. More than any man she'd brought back to the boat, he understood her.
That came in handy when she caught him in the boat, as he was able to seduce her twisted mind enough to get her close to him. Then, he turned things around and managed to get her locked in a closet. Although all Walter was paid to do was find the woman, it seemed like the right thing to do to save the client's life as well. He then found him a better match -- a woman who wasn't trying to kill him.
See what comes up missing next as "The Finder" continues Thursday nights at 9 p.m. EST on Fox.
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