Boxer LaRoi Steele didn't survive his third fight against Javier Molina, whom he defeated in both earlier encounters. Grissom works out what happened exactly and why after learning how that Vegas show discipline really works. Nick wanted a solo case but isn't tickled-pink with a jewelry theft, yet does it well enough to counter abuse from ingrate victims. A gang fight involving an arrogant 'modern' gangster turns out to tie in as well. Written by
Did You Know?
After Grissom delivered his one liner, when the guitar slide announces that the main titles and the Who's song are just about to start, Grissom's pager rings and the intro proceeds to a second crime scene, while a "rewinding tape" sound effect can be heard playing. See more
Mention is made that sufentanyl is found in the victim's nare and that it is a sedative. Sufentanyl is actually a narcotic analgesic similar to morphine. See more
[while processing the boxing ring, Sara comes across the spit bucket filled with blood and saliva; she turns to Warrick with a tight smile on her face
What's so funny?
Smiling suppresses the gag reflex.
This is coming from the same woman who processed fecal fat from a ruptured colon.
Every crim has a problem area. Mine is saliva.