A nurse is found dead in her house by her friend, who's also a nurse. The victim died in her spacious bathroom, posed with her head facing the door. According to the friend, she was to have... See full summary »

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A nurse is found dead in her house by her friend, who's also a nurse. The victim died in her spacious bathroom, posed with her head facing the door. According to the friend, she was to have dinner with her new boyfriend, Dr. Michael Clark, who works at the same hospital. Processing the crime scene reveals very little evidence because the killer has thoroughly cleaned the place and used bleach to denature any DNA. Dr. Clark, initially a prime suspect, is later found, albeit in pieces, in garbage bins behind the house. The precision of various cuts suggests that medical personnel is the killer. Meanwhile, this case prompts Grissom to contemplate his workaholic life and whether it is worth the life he may be missing out on. Written by Ploy P.

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When new episodes are aired for the first time, the dates mentioned tend to correspond to the actual date. For example, this episode (aired on 15 January 2004) features a carton of milk expiring on the 23rd; one of the investigators remarks that the expiry date is "eight days from now", which would only be true on the 15th of the month. See more »

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When Grissom is looking in the jewelry box at the victims bracelets, he moves them around and finds a butterfly link from a missing bracelet. However, just before he finds another piece of evidence, we see the jewelry box again and the bracelets are straight again, like they were when Grissom first opened the box. See more »

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Greg Sanders: [spoken while Grissom is looking under a microscope] That's the hair from the spare bedroom.
Gil Grissom: There's an oily film on the surface of the hair.
Greg Sanders: Propylene glycol. Active ingredient in Rogaine, for male pattern baldness. Personally, I don't use the stuff, but my grandfather Papa Olaf - he was Bruce Willis at age sixteen. Lucky for me, baldness comes from the mother's side, so I'm safe...
Gil Grissom: [interrupting] Greg, please, I'm very tired.
Greg Sanders: Well, maybe the guy we're looking for is going bald... or trying not ...
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Some hints main-character-romance,
25 July 2012 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

I often wonder if the type of murderer in CSI stories is chosen on a slightly Politically Correct basis, and this episode is a case in point

  • say no more. This will probably be something that I notice that
others won't, but I think the mild political bias is there especially in season 3, and in 4 to some extent.

The story unfolds quite well, there's a bit of scientific interest - which I like. There's also a weird bit of chemistry and more-than-hints of romantic interest between Gris and Sara. Not sure if it works or not, but it is thankfully subtle and the CSi creators were to clever enough to not overdo this aspect of the stories


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