The team set a trap to catch the killer. Moore visits a friend. Kreizler is filled with self-doubt over the investigation. Roosevelt is part of an event with the city elite. Sara looks into Kreizler's past.
Did You Know?
"The Four Hundred" was a term used to describe the social elite in New York City during the late 1800's. The term was coined by Ward McAllister, who was the self-described "arbiter of New York City high society" from the 1860's through the early 1890's. McAllister declared there was "only 400 people in fashionable New York Society who actually mattered and were of any importance." On February 16, 1892, McAllister named the official list of The Four Hundred in The New York Times. See more
Banker J.P. Morgan, at his request, has his photograph taken twice with Roosevelt. Morgan was very sensitive about his misshapen nose (which is depicted) and tried to avoid being photographed as much as possible. See more