As another reviewer pointed out, the show failed during the interrogation room scene. So any things wrong! Spoiler alert. You can't bring an alleged murder suspect into the room with the accuser. Doesn't matter the relationship. Then it went downhill from there. Everyone behaving as if the kid, who grew up in the town was crazy and the murderer, who had appeared in town recently, with no past was above reproach. Painful to watch after that point. The custody hearing was just as bad. When you have a murder and someone sees it, the man who was murdered, disappears, the Sargent refuses to acknowledge forensics could determine if the ashes contained human remains. So many things the police could to to corroborate the kid's story (check the ashes, check for kid's foot prints, do a better job of checking the Suburban, check for fresh wet tracks in the building), but it was as if they all were under mass hypnosis to disregard a common sense investigation. Even the fight scene at the end was horrible. Travolta ran in like an old man. As a guy working building boats all his life he should have knocked Vaughn senseless. I would have given it one or two more stars, if it hadn't been such an insult to common sense, parenting and law enforcement.