The death of a woman named Mona whose body was dumped in a sand pit leads Grissom and Catherine to a fetish club run by Lady Heather. Since Mona was a dominant, Lady Heather was surprised ... See full summary »

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The death of a woman named Mona whose body was dumped in a sand pit leads Grissom and Catherine to a fetish club run by Lady Heather. Since Mona was a dominant, Lady Heather was surprised that her employee was tortured and suffocated to death. This leads Grissom to conclude that the victim was a 'switch', someone who could play both the dominant or the submissive role. Written by Ploy P.

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Melinda Clarke's first appearance in the series as Lady Heather. See more »

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Gil Grissom: I notice you have no photos of your family in your office.
Eileen Nelson: I know what they look like.
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Written by Georg Holm
Performed by Sigur Rós
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Dominant Women and Weak Men
26 September 2007 | by (Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

This episode introduces the most beloved of recurring characters, Lady Heather who runs an S&M establishment. Melinda Clarke is absolutely lovely in the role.

Lady Heather is the only person Grissom has ever encountered who is as astute a judge of character as he. She is the only person who can see through him and deal with him as a true intellectual equal. In fact, in the scene where they have tea, he is distinctly uncomfortable at her ability to penetrate his defenses. She could plow right through them to his heart if she chose to and that visibly scares a man who has built his life around pushing intimacy away.

The dominance theme is continued in the plots which revolve around the attempts of castrated men to revolt against dominant women. From the check cashing place woman owner whose brother and husband foolishly and incompetently attempt to rob her to the house husband tamely tending a baby that he knows isn't his for his corporate careerist "wife" who treats him with undisguised contempt.


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