Quincy and his girlfriend Barbara are driving up the coast on vacation when they are nearly run off the road by a young woman who is driving very erratically. She drives off the road and when Quince arrives at the wreck he discovers that she is dead. When Quincy performs the autopsy on her, he discovers that she died as a result of internal bleeding despite the fact that the wreck wasn't that serious. The next day, a police officer, who was inspecting the car, dies of apparently the same thing the woman did. However, things really become personal for Quincy when Sam is also stricken. Now he must find out what it is about the car that is killing people or else Sam will suffer the same fate. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
Because Sam, usually the lab technician, was out of commission, a fill-in lab technician was needed and the producers asked Marc Scott Taylor, who was the show's technical adviser for laboratory scenes and forensic work (sort of the forerunner to the CSI scientists - Taylor himself was one), to fill in. He wrote his only line, an incredibly complicated discussion using words like "oscillation, "nanometers" and "proteinacious." Then he found out how hard it was to say that on camera. "My voice was a squeak ... but I loved it!" he said later. The producers decided to make Taylor a semi-regular and sometimes gave him important parts. In fact, by the eighth and final season he was made a co-producer of the show. See more