CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 4, Episode 2

All for Our Country (2 Oct. 2003)

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A grossly decomposed corpse in a bath tub is identified as frat student Daniel O'Hannissey. He was last seen in a bar, taking part in a brawl about team sports, but left apparently unhurt. ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jane, 911 Dispatcher
Jesse Commons
Bill Nolan


A grossly decomposed corpse in a bath tub is identified as frat student Daniel O'Hannissey. He was last seen in a bar, taking part in a brawl about team sports, but left apparently unhurt. Meanwhile, the serial couples killings investigation takes a sharp turn when both are murdered in their home, while the undercover police observation was diverted. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Grissom and Brass are examining the uniform found by Greg, Brass remarks about the uniform having buttons and says all the new ones have zippers. Later, when Officer Fromansky confronts Grissom at his vehicle, we see his uniform has buttons, not a zipper. See more »


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Who Killed The Killers, and why add a secondary story?
7 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Last week, in the first of this two-part episode, two couples were both killed, all having their throats slashed. Police and CSI have pretty much figured out the suspects, but a Liberal judge isn't helping their cause. Now - someone has broken into a house and killed the killers!

This latest crime scene is examined by the CSI crew. Extra cops were at the outside of the house watching the suspect but were called away on a wild goose chase. They are examined and cleared of any wrong-doing.

Meanwhile, Catherine and Sara are called off that case to go check a "bloated floater," a dead body at an off-campus house. There, they discover a really gruesome sight. A grotesque, bloated dead body - which I'm surprised was shown on TV - lies in a bathtub. The other roommate (s) had been away for a few days, only to come back and discover this mess....and it is a mess. What happened here? It turns out that sports bars can be dangerous places!

Back to the original case, without spoiling anything, it turns out to be a puzzling case that almost has Brass and Gil at odds, but they solve it.

It's not as riveting as a two-part story should be, but it was still interesting. Diverting this main story with a short secondary one was puzzling. Why? All it did was take away from the intensity and continuity of the first one. If its worth having two programs to cover a crime, don't dilute it without another one at the last minute.

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