LAY YOUR SLEEPING HEAD EPISODE 1
In the summer of 1982, Henry Rios, a gay public defender, is interviewing clients in the city jail of a university town near San Francisco. He meets Hugh Paris, the black sheep son of a …
His encounter with Hugh Paris at the jail forces attorney Rios to face his personal and professional unhappiness leading him to a momentrous decision.
Hugh Paris turns up at Rios's apartment in the middle of the night with a story Rios doesn't believe and an offer he can't refuse.
In episode 4, Hugh reveals painful details of his life in New York in the 1970s supporting his heroin habit as a rent boy.
Rios and Hugh re-unite and Hugh reveals details of his troubled past.
"God Bless the Child"
Rios nurses Hugh after he overdoses on heroin and Hugh sings for him.
While waiting at his apartment for Hugh, Rios receives shocking news.
A thank you and pledge break. We will resume with the next episode in two weeks.
Reeling from his lover's death, Rios refuses to believe Hugh's heroin overdose was an accident.
Rios's search for answers about Hugh's death lead him to Grant Hancock, Hugh's prep school room-mate and possibly the last person to see Hugh before …
Rios is abducted, drugged and dumped in alley near a famous leather bar from which he calls Grant Hancock for help.
Stolen documents and mysterious injuries on Hugh's body in autopsy photos convince Rios he knows who had Hugh murdered and why.
Rios's investigation into Hugh's death earns him a threat and a warning.
A retired law professor provides Rios with crucial information in his quest for Hugh's killers.
Rios's investigation exposes the nineteenth-century annihilation of Chinese railroad workers behind Hugh's family's fortune.
Rios finds an unexpected ally, new love and big trouble.
An unexpected death seems to ends Rios's search for Hugh Paris's killer.
Hugh's mysterious great-uncle, John Smith, reveals the identity of Hugh's killers; Rios is not convinced.
The last episode.
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