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Anthony Caprice
Dennis Kim
Jeff Powell
Randy Bolen (as Kenneth Johnson)


The team investigates the death of a man with a designer suit and the keys to a Ferrari, found dumped in a back alley. Their search leads them to believe he went down fighting and was dragged through a hall with wet paint on the walls. Eventually, they are led to a service in Las Vegas that orchestrates the 'perfect weekend' for an unsuspecting target by uncovering their fantasies and hiring doctors to start and play a part in those fantasies. Written by Alejandro

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4 May 2006 (USA)  »

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[about pool chalk]
Hodges: The abrasives give grip to the tip, when it hits the ball.
Catherine Willows: [almost smiles, then shakes her head in digust] Stop trying to make that sound dirty. Our vic had a callous in his hand.
Hodges: [suggestively] Mmm!
Catherine Willows: [flatly] Don't.
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Somewhat Routine, Until The End
5 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For most of this program, it was more like the CSI programs in the first year or two when they made it a straight crime scene, before they slowly evolved into featuring bizarre sexual, crazy cases. However, there are sexual innuendos here by several members of the CSI team and none of them have an relevance, and, near the end, we have a "fantasy service" involvement which is a key to the case. In other words, things didn't wind up as normal as they appeared for three-quarters of the episode.

Anyway, the case is simply about a man found murdered and lying outside on the loading dock of a swank casino-hotel. His neck has been broken but he has some "trace" on him that has to be figured out. That "trace" winds up being the chalk you find in pool halls used for cues.

We get is the straight investigation, meaning clues from the body, then from the medical examiner, then from surveillance tapes, from evidence in the hotel room he was staying in (after they discover who the "vic" is), evidence from an accident in an expensive Ferrari that the man had rented, etc.

We also get the typical young, arrogant, thinks-she's hot-female who has an attitude and little in the way of morals or respect or anyone other than herself. Outside of her, we don't get a lot suspects until a little over the halfway point when we get a guy who is similar to the woman.

This case isn't particularly interesting with a weak ending, to be honest, but it's detailed and makes you appreciate (if this is accurate) all the effort that goes into solving a crime.

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