CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 5, Episode 18

Spark of Life (31 Mar. 2005)

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Greg, Sara, and Gil Grissom investigate a scene of bush fire which led to the death of man and the 3rd degree burn of another woman. Catherine, Nick and Warrick solve a case involving the ... See full summary »

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Greg, Sara, and Gil Grissom investigate a scene of bush fire which led to the death of man and the 3rd degree burn of another woman. Catherine, Nick and Warrick solve a case involving the death of an entire family. The father is found dead, apparently from a suicide, on his bed. The mother was shot while running downstairs. Their little daughter drowned to death in the pool. Written by Ploy P.

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When Grissom explains to Sara the etymology of the word 'vodka' he claims that it derives from the Russian 'water of life'. The words that he says in Russian - 'pshenichnaya voda' (with a very bad accent, too) simply mean 'water made from grain'. In fact, vodka originated in Poland, where it was called "gorzalka", meaning "burning water". In Russian, "vodka" is a diminutive form of the Slavic word voda (water), which translates literally as "little water". See more »

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Chief Rick Dysart: Local homeowner called it in early. We got it contained pretty quick. We were lucky.
Gil Grissom: [about charred body] Luckier than he was. Low humidity, dry brush. Perfect conditions for maximum damage.
Chief Rick Dysart: Firebugs listen to the weather reports just like we do. Only for different reasons.
Sara Sidle: Maybe some moron just threw a cigarette out the car window.
Chief Rick Dysart: You're an optimist.
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