CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 7, Episode 4

Fannysmackin' (12 Oct. 2006)

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A gang of street thugs is beating and killing people all over the city. Greg witnesses one of the crimes taking place and becomes a beating victim himself.

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A terribly violent gang wearing hoods terrorizes Las Vegas with blind violence. First a Latino man is beaten to death during a robbing, then a Jewish female tourist is kicked in hospital so she fears for permanent maiming. Yet it becomes clear that racism isn't the motive when Greg Sanders reports he's witnessing an attack on a white man, but when he tries to chase them in his jeep is attacked, dragged out and also lands in hospital. Fortunately there is plenty of physical evidence, clearly linking the attacks, which Gregs shocked CSI colleagues are now most eager to process and link to young suspects... Written by KGF Vissers

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When the gang thug comes behind Greg's car, he smashes the back window, but the next day when Nick and Warrick are processing the scene, the window isn't smashed and right in place. See more »

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Cole 'Pig' Tritt: Man, there has been an ass whoppin' on every block!
Nick Stokes: There's about to be an ass whoppin' on this one
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Excellent Episode!
13 January 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Kudos to Eric Szmanda for showing us his acting chops. Nice to learn he (Greg) notices things that don't require eyesight (note his comment toward Sara) Even (dare I say it) K-Fed was pretty good, and was in his element. (Granted, not a stretch, but hey). Loved it! So to haters, who give it a low rating just because K-Fed is in it...boo to you. Look at the entire picture, will ya?

And nice to see Nick get all macho on the "Pig's" ass. Heehee. He needs to do that more often. (It would not be out of place, considering Nick is very emotional).

I have become one of the biggest CSI fans out there, simply because I think Gill Grissom is one of the coolest characters out there. So it is a little funny that one of my fave episodes does not highlight him.


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