Las Vegas's retired police commissioner Duke Rittle was tortured to death after an 'exclusive' party. The ex-con who drove him is found murdered in the car's trunk, but not the last on Grissom's trail. Rittle's young daughter Sasha is missing and the suspect, a socialite chameleon, is seen on a private flight to Miami. Grissom sends Catherine there. Luckily Horatio takes brilliant charge, realizing it's the MO of a Florida serial killer of socialite couples, who spared the girl but eliminated all other witnesses and clearly isn't done yet, even sets a trap for the police. Written by
Did You Know?
Gil Grissom doesn't share any lines or scenes with any of the Miami CSI team. This is because William Petersen
was against CSI spin-offs and asked the producers of CSI not to put him in any scenes with the CSI: Miami
(2002) cast. See more
When figuring out what the criminal's "fruity scent" is caused from, Grissom tells Katherine that it's because of Diabetic Ketoacetosis, which is treated with Novolin Insulin. This, however, cannot be the case since Ketoacetosis is, in fact, a very debilitating complication that can result from diabetes, which would either require extensive hospitalization or, in less severe cases, a treatment that would last, at most, a single day. Not only that, but Novolin Insulin isn't a specific type of insulin, it's a genetically similar to human insulin created by Squibb-Novo, making it a brand name instead of a treatment, and would, more than likely, be a constant running medication instead of just for the one condition. See more
I'm following my nacino.
Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
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