A young man is found naked and dead in the desert.

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A young man is found naked and dead in the desert, while a lady is found in the trash after she was laid to rest. Also, the Dean of a Charter School is found beaten to death. Written by Anonymous

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3 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Grissom quotes a line from the song "Baba O'Reilly" by The Who ("Teenage wasteland"), which would eventually become the theme song to the spin-off CSI: NY (2004). See more »

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Before the opening credits, after Warrick asks Grissom, "How do you think he died?" the dead body's mouth moves. See more »

Quotes

Gil Grissom: [to Ethan] Let me tell you something, Humbert. You're twice the age of these kids, and half of them couldn't find their own ass with a map. You prey on innocent children, concocting God-knows-what from God-knows-where, selling Russian Roulette in a bottle and you think we came all the way out here to bust you for possession, you dumb punk? I'm gonna get you for murder. Cool?
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References Pulp Fiction (1994) See more »

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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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4 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

oh my goodness...the plot of this particular episode was so sad, but very intriguing and amazing, but that's not what I want to comment about. The acting job by Milo and Billy Petterson was more than amazing. I have never seen Grissom's character so passionate before. He was more stressed than ever, then so angry and very aggressive. Billy did an excellent job portraying these emotions, especially because they are not emotions normally seen in the stolid Grissom. Milo was so believable and brought me and my friend right into the story line. As they conclusion to the investigation came near and we understood what was happening, we were so upset and screaming, "NO, NO" at the TV. Milo made a character that everybody will root for in this show. He got me more in this one hour than he EVER did on Gilmore Girls.

Props to Billy Patterson and Milo V. for a absolutely breathtaking and superb acting job!


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