CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 4, Episode 5

Fur and Loathing (30 Oct. 2003)

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Robert Pitt was run over by a truck which hit a car. Pitt was wearing his sophisticated 'Rocky Raccoon' costume, for the PET convention in Vegas, so Grimssom goes there. Pitt was also ... See full summary »

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Robert Pitt was run over by a truck which hit a car. Pitt was wearing his sophisticated 'Rocky Raccoon' costume, for the PET convention in Vegas, so Grimssom goes there. Pitt was also lethally shot with a rare, powerful pistol. Nick investigates the fatal shooting of a man, left in an icy meat-locker, while security guard Petey was cuing up for burgers, and finds the case revolves around stolen ice-cream just past expiration date. Written by KGF Vissers

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The lining of the costume (known as a fursuit) is described as latex. Fursuits are very warm costumes, and latex (which traps heat) would make it worse. For this reason, latex would not be used in a real fursuit, particularly in Nevada. See more »

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Hodges: I've stopped trying to figure out people.
Sara Sidle: Smart idea.
Hodges: I know.
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References Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) See more »

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Tearing Me Apart
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Written by Simon J. Hunter
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Under license from Wall Lizard Music LLC
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Funny, though over-exaggerating
1 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a person new to the furry community last year, I joined it hearing all sorts of bad things about this episode.

I finally got a chance to see it for myself awhile back. I have to say, the show kinda over exaggerated about the whole community...

The show made it seem like all furries are nothing but sex fiends that prance around in suits all day. I have to say that's only true for about 5% of the community. Most furries I meet are into being friends and talking and playing games. Only a small few of them are into nothing but sex.

The episode was funny though in showing the outsider reactions by Catherine Willows, who didn't understand that people have different kinks and they are sometimes weird.

I loved how Grissom actually took the time to see what it was all about and try and understand why some people dress up like animals.

In all the episode made me laugh and unlike most furries, I liked it.


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