CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 1, Episode 2

Cool Change (13 Oct. 2000)

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Grissom, newly appointed head of the crime lab, investigates the supposed suicide of a jackpot-winner. Meanwhile, Warrick has to deal with the fact that the shooting of rookie CSI Holly Gribbs was due to his failure to supervise her.

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Grissom is now head of the CSI team. After winning a casino jackpot, a man mysteriously commits suicide. Holly Gribbs, the new CSI, had been shot. An old friend of Grissom's comes to Las Vegas. Written by Erik Kirchner

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This episode was dedicated in memory of Owen Wolf. He was a production assistant for the show who was shot in the head on August 13, 2000, as a victim, in a botched armed robbery, in Van Nuys, California. See more »

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The series often use actual people to play the numerous dead people in the cases. Due to this, the "dead bodies'" eyelashes are often seen moving. Small movement is understandable, but in some episodes, the movement is way too revealing. See more »

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[Beeper goes off; Catherine calls in]
Jerrod Cooper: Hello?
Catherine Willows: Oh, hey.
Jerrod Cooper: Who's this? I just dialed my own damn beeper.
Catherine Willows: It's my beeper now. I found it.
Jerrod Cooper: It ain't your beeper, girl. That's my beeper. I do a lot of business on that beeper.
Catherine Willows: What kinda business?
Jerrod Cooper: Oh, you know. Slangin' a little somethin' somethin'.
Catherine Willows: Oh, a little somethin' something'. Maybe a little bling-bling?
Jerrod Cooper: What do you know about some bling-bling?
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In Memory of Owen Wolf, 1971-2000 See more »

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References The Red Skelton Hour (1951) See more »

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13 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just watched the same episode and also wondered the same thing. The first entry I found on Google was this one. When I change spelling of the name and added 1971-2000, found this: Wolf, Owen. At the end of the episode, you will see In Memory of Owen Wolf, 1971-2000. Owen Alexander Wolf was a 29-year-old television production assistant who was shot in the head just as he was about to enter a Costco in Van Nuys. He was the victim of a botched armored truck robbery in which the two suspects fired heavily and indiscriminately at the crowd. Wolf was a Philadelphia native who had moved to Southern California to work in the film industry as a screenwriter, director or producer. His resume stated he had a bachelor's degree in literature and drama from Bennington College in Vermont and lived in Berkeley before coming to Studio City (Los Angeles). He had spent his summer working on CSI, and had recently worked on the WB show Felicity.


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