T: Wait, are you saying Shelley didn't die in the sauna?
W: She died of heat stroke.
C: But the stroke covered up an underlying medical catastrophe.
T: Like what? Shell was always healthy.
C: She went into anaphylactic shock. Coroner says some of the indicators are the same as a stroke: renal failure, cerebral edema.
W: We missed it until Captain Brass brought your room service records to our attention.
T: I don't understand.
B: Well, maybe this will help. The travel agency contract you and Shelley signed. Under "allergic reactions to foods" for Shelley Danvers - shellfish.
W: As her best friend, you would know that.
B: And then we have this from the hotel computer for your room 7:01 P.M., On the day: "A Taste From the Sea a lovely tureen of mild bisque with pureed bits of Maine lobster." Pureed, two bowls. She didn't know what she was eating when it arrived, did she?
C: Because she didn't order it; you did. We've got a machine known as the ESDA machine which can read pen imprints. __①__. "Jeremy, drinks, 10:00." Shelley made that date. That's her handwriting. Were you in the room when Jeremy call?
T: I answered the phone. He asked for her.
W: You killed her over a guy you two met at a bar?
T: __②__. __③__, you know ... like, get hives or something.
C: Well, __④__ - trachea... larynx ... tongue swelled.
W: __⑤__. They shut down.
T: I didn't even like the guy. I just ... I didn't want to be left out.
B: Miss Kolas, you're under arrest.