The team is called to a suburban house where the whole family, except the two daughters, have been murdered with no apparent motive.

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A teenage girl runs out of her house in the middle of the night screaming for help. The crime scene inside is a mess with four dead bodies, her father, mother and two brothers, lying in pools of blood. The only survivors are the oldest daughter,Tina, and Brenda, the youngest member of the family. Grissom assembles his team together and announces that this will be the only crime scene for his shift. Meanwhile, he assigns Sara to take care of Brenda, much to her dismay as she is not good with children. Nonetheless, during the course of the investigation, Sara discovers a maternal side in her. Written by Ploy P.

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17 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Tish McCarthy is a pseudonym that writer Elizabeth Devine used to sign the story for this episode. When asked why she didn't use Devine, the writer answered: "Primarily because the episode was based on an actual case of mine that had just happened and hadn't been to court yet. Although it was changed for TV, I didn't want to interfere with any aspect of putting away a murderer of a whole family by having my name pop up in a crime scene that might seem familiar. I chose Tish McCarthy because Tish was my nickname when I was a child and McCarthy is a family name." See more »

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Sara Sidle: Blood swirl on the wall. Are you thinking cult? Manson?
Gil Grissom: Somebody left a message. I need to see the rest of it.
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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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