A human bone is found in the desert accidentally by a dog playing fetch with a man and his son. Grissom and Catherine assemble a team to comb the area for more bones. Back at the lab, they ... See full summary »

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Mrs. Rose Bennett
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A human bone is found in the desert accidentally by a dog playing fetch with a man and his son. Grissom and Catherine assemble a team to comb the area for more bones. Back at the lab, they piece together the skeleton and determine that body was cut to pieces. From his teeth, the deceased is identified as a 70-year-old Mel Bennett. Catherine and Grissom pay a visit to his wife, who claims that her husband is at a nearby store. Sara and Warrick are called to a motel where a male stripper is found dead on the bed. The room is registered to a woman who recently threw a bachelorette party for her friend. Written by Ploy P.

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Trivia

Eileen Ryan plays a character named Rose. Rose happens to be her middle name. See more »

Goofs

When a gemstone fails to scratch glass, Warwick declares it to be "probably some cheap-ass cubic zirconia." A forensic scientist would know that, while not quite as hard as diamond, cubic zirconia is still 8 on the Mohs scale, harder than most semi-precious gems and perfectly capable of cutting glass, which has a hardness of about 6. See more »

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[When Grissom puts his ear up to the pile of bones on the table]
Catherine Willows: Are the bones whispering to you?
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References Jeopardy! (1984) See more »

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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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