Who Is Cletis Tout?

Oh, yeah, that place.
Ronnie Savalla's sister
works over there.

You know,
I think she's a man.

Yeah. She looks good.
You know, she's keeping
the, uh, sideburns short.

You smell smoke?
All right, then,
here's what we got-

we got a man
approximately six feet tall.

Uh, looks like
he pissed somebody off

'cause they shaked and baked him
before they shot him.

Any weapon?
Yeah, small-caliber
machine gun.

What's different about you?
You know something?
you do look different.

I, uh...
work out
a little more lately, you know.

Eating a lot of fruit.
I went on a colon cleanse.
You need roughage
why don't you eat
the hairpiece?

Oh, that's it!
You got a piece!
Hell, yo, that... it's nice.
It's nice.
It was a hot afternoon.
I can still remember
the smell of honeysuckle

all along that street.
How could I have known
that murder can sometimes
smell like honeysuckle?

"Double Indemnity,"
Paramount, 1944.

The film's strength
is deftly crafted use

of the flashback.
Now here's my question:
can we have a flashback
within a flashback?

God, I hate this place.
What have we got?
Some hotshot named Savian.
Forensic pathologist,
works for the FBI.

He was in with the bodies
for about ten minutes
this morning.

What'd our guy come up with?
Nothing on the male.
The female?
Eh, they're pretty sure
that she was strangled.
- Pretty sure?
- Yeah.

No coffee in here.
This isn't "Quincy."
It'll be our
little secret, huh?