The team arrives at a charity fund-raiser being held at the house of Portia Richmond, an ex-show girl who became very successful, where a body is found floating in the swimming pool. Portia... See full summary »

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Amanda Haynes
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Sheriff Brian Mobley
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Mandy Webster
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The team arrives at a charity fund-raiser being held at the house of Portia Richmond, an ex-show girl who became very successful, where a body is found floating in the swimming pool. Portia herself is absent from the scene. The two hosts, Patrick and Amanda Haynes, claim that she is on vacation in Europe. Warrick works on a case of a mob shooting. The deceased is found in a glass elevator with a quarter stuck in the bullet wound on his forehead. Written by Ploy P.

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22 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The song playing at the end as Warrick walks through the casino is "Charlie Big Potato" by Skunk Anansie. See more »

Goofs

When Nick is using Catherine's earring to demonstrate to Sara how easy it is to forge checks, Nick has the earring in his left hand when he starts poking at the paper, but it changes to his right hand in between shots. See more »

Quotes

Gil Grissom: Have you got the DNA results from the fingernail Catherine found?
Greg Sanders: Yeah. They're not a match to Patrick Haynes.
Gil Grissom: I never figured a man for the fingernail, Greg.
Greg Sanders: But this is where you break out the can of creep repellent. Half of the DNA markers are in common.
Gil Grissom: A possible first degree relative?
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Waltz of the Flowers
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(from "The Nutcracker")
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Played by a music box
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