CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 2, Episode 5

Scuba Doobie-Doo (25 Oct. 2001)

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A scuba diver (at least a man who dresses like one) is found dead, fully equipped with an oxygen tank, on a tree in a burned forest.

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Cliff Renteria's former landlord shows his former apartment to new tenants, who call the police having seen it covered in blood. Cliff says it's from his nosebleeds, frequent due to hepatitis, as payback for the lousy janitorial service. His girlfriend is missing, but it isn't her blood. Jerry Walden's corpse is found up in a tree near Lake Meade, wearing diver's gear. The bum always lived on his youth and house-mate attorney Brad Lewis's expense, but they recently had a major real estate windfall. Written by KGF Vissers

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The minor league baseball player mentioned plays for the "Blasters", a team which does not exist. The Las Vegas minor league team was originally the Stars, and is now known as the "51s", as in "Area 51." See more »

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[Sara walks out to find Grissom pacing furiously]
Gil Grissom: Ninety-five.
Sara Sidle: Excuse me?
Gil Grissom: Normally my pulse is seventy, when it gets to ninety-five, I realize just how mad I am. I have ten people working around the clock on this!
Sara Sidle: You're too hard on yourself.
Gil Grissom: No, I'm not mad at *me*. There's a body in there and that guy knows where it is.
Sara Sidle: So what's your pulse at now?
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CSI:Crime Scene Investigation-Scuba Doobie-Doo
5 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Blood spatter in a high velocity, small spray on the walls of an apartment is the focus of Grissom, Sara & Warrick as luminol uncovers that the murder weapon could be an electrical saw. What they find out through the previous occupant was he actually blew blood from his nose onto the walls as a means to protest! He had Hepititas C and knew how to use his condition to get revenge for his landlord's refusal(by ignoring his pleas for repairs and such)to fix the water among other things. A beetle, mass of flies scattering about, and the DNA of an unidentified woman not associated with the former apartment owner could have Grissom, Sara & Warrick breaking down walls, perhaps even suspecting someone else entirely.

A scuba diver is found in a tree(!) after a wild fire ravaged a certain wilderness on the outskirts of Las Vegas, with Nick and Catherine to determine how the hell he got up there. Nick finds a match box and cigarette near the tree where the body is located possibly explaining what started the fire in the first place. Wood chips not associated with any of the trees in the forest where he was found could lead to a possible suspect, a business partner and friend. Its also discovered that the victim was an environmentalist, a "tree hugger", and that he didn't want to damage land needed for the business venture. He had actually suffered a heart attack, caused by a blow to the chest. Compressed air in a scuba tank could very well actually implicate the victim's killer!


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