A woman is found dead in a locked room while another died when her car is hit by a train.

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Jim Brass
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Manuscript restorer Veronica Bradley died, poisoned, in the Western States Historical Society's precise book premises. Key witness and prime suspect is autistic colleague Aaron Pratt, while their boss, the curator, protests at conservation risks for rare books. Megan Treadwell was killed, unlike her dog, when a train crushed her car on a crossroads. But the car was first hit by another, as turns out during a crazy escalation of meanness. Written by KGF Vissers

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8 November 2001 (USA)  »

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This is the first episode they use Archie as the csi sound tech. He was first introduced in the show while helping the csi team in season two episode two; "chaos theory". He was a security officer for the college where a student had went missing. Noteably in that show, Archie had seen something while going through security footage, the two investigating csi's did not see at that time. See more »

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Catherine Willows: You've gotta give me some guys.
Gil Grissom: Sara's all you get.
Catherine Willows: All I need.
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References Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! (1978) See more »

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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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Keep Your Cool.

Kind of an interesting set of cases. A train demolishes a young woman's car while skid marks indicate she was trying to stop it from crashing the barrier. Another young woman foams at the mouth and drops dead in the locked and caged room of an improbable collection of rare and exotic books in a Las Vegas library, the only witness being an autistic young man.

The episode has a few morals in tow. One is that you should never have an argument with a man who has been hijacked by his amygdala while behind the wheel -- and if he throws the F bomb at you, do not throw your coffee at him.

The second is that, if you insist on committing forgery as part of a conspiracy, be absolutely certain that you're taking castor oil to keep regular and nothing else.

If only life were this simple.


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