CSI team goes back to investigate crime scenes as a team, re-united together after the traumatic experience in season five finale. Nick's kidnap case audio tape arrives at the laboratory.



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Mr. James
Marcus Corcoran
Amber Durgee


A trailer explodes, killing a man and a woman. The neighbors in the densely populated trailer claim to have seen nothing. The team, reunited, investigates the crime scene and finds suspicious tire marks as well as paint transfer from a car all over the place. Catherine and Warrick are pulled away from this case when a dead body of a scantily-dressed woman is found in a bad neighborhood. While on this case, Catherine finds out that Warrick is married. Back at the lab, Grissom receives an audio tape from Nick's kidnapping case. On it, there is evidence suggesting that the perpetrator had an accomplice. Written by Ploy P.

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22 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Pretty Bland For A Season-Opener
25 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The team is back together as one unit to begin the sixth season and they are all at the site of a trailer which exploded, killing both occupants - one female owner and one unidentified male. At the ME's office, it's discovered the male has tire marks on his abdomen. "Maybe our explosion turned into a hit-and-run," says Grissom.

At that aforementioned scene, Gil gets a call and re-assigns Catherine and Warrick to another case. They go to "G-string boulevard," a street sarcastically named because of all the strip clubs there. They see a dead woman lying in the parking lot wearing not much more than a garbage bag. "A homeless stripper?" asks Catherine, who also is shocked to see a wedding ring on Warrick's hand. He says he just got married yesterday in one of the those drive-by marriage places. Catherine reveals she's disappointed because her fantasy has now ended. She's serious.

One of the crime scenes leads to a third in which two disgustedly-decomposed bodies are discovered in a trunk of a car.

Overall, okay, but frankly not up to standards for a season-opener. It was too low-key and with no emotion and no suspense on anything by anybody. The fact Warrick got married was more interesting than the cases, and that should't be.

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