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On most Cop Dramas, this usually means the two teams are Working the Same Case.According to Roger Ebert, you can often figure out who the murderer is (in a badly-written murder mystery, at least) by checking the Law of Conservation of Detail: The Chekhov's Gunman is the only character who doesn't seem to have any other reason for being in the story (see The Butler Did It).
If a character in an adaptation is transformed into a Gunman by appearing earlier than in the source work, that's an Early-Bird Cameo.If a character originally conceived as minor becomes important through later Character Development, that's a Destined Bystander. Sometimes used to refer to a writer who constantly uses and/or is particularly skilled with using Chekhov's Gun or its variants (including the Gunman), although this isn't the primary usage. Amazingly, Jessica Lockhart has already been married to the “Ayatollah of Rock N’ Rollah” for the good part of 15 years.Any character who is innocuously and unimportantly introduced to the viewer, but who later proves to be important by the end of the episode. (Or a non-human animal, or an extraterrestrial, or a universe-crossing entity Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence, or a...) For example, consider a poolboy in the mystery of the week who just happened to be at the scene of the crime just before the murder, where other leads overshadow that one until the last five minutes, when suddenly Grissom finds that one piece of evidence that conclusively proves it was him.(Of course, if the poolboy is played by George Clooney, everyone and their mother will know it was him the minute he appeared on screen.) Or, in an episode with Two Lines, No Waiting, a character that seemed to be a Bit Character in the B plot suddenly becomes a large player in the A plot.
The couple met in high school and despite numerous rumors of infidelity on both sides of the relationship, all speculation has been squashed by both Lockhart and Jericho.