Department protocol is violated when Catherine investigates her ex-husband's rape accusation. A missing bullet may or may not convict a police officer, and a female skeleton buried in concrete is found under a house. Written by
First episode to include Robert David Hall as Dr. Al Robbins. See more »
Grissom states that when a body decomposes inside concrete it forms a vacuum that would be released when he and Nick use chisels to open the void where the body is found. But since her fingers were sticking out of the concrete form, the vacuum would be released when the flesh around her fingers decomposed and a gap was created for air to enter. See more »
A list of the CSIs' various breaches of department policy through all the seasons would make good reading. A sizable number of these rule- flauntings can be traced to Catherine Willows. Here she is at it again. Her ex-husband is accused of rape. She is instructed to hand the case over to Warrick because of conflicts of interest, but decides not to.
Warrick is on form (is it me or does he tend to repeatedly inflame relations with the Police Department?) Here the CSIs decide they are going to accuse a police officer of murder. There's the predictable tension between Brass and the others. All good stuff
There's also a bit of decent acting from George Eads, Terri Millar appears for the first time and plays with Grissom's pet spider. She tries to re-create a face from a desiccated body for the third case, they reveal a very sad, and murderous tale. Storming episode
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