A star high school basketball player disappears, and the investigation reveals that he gave an STD to a couple of his classmates.

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Sheila Latham (as Yaani King)
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A star high school basketball player disappears, and the investigation reveals that he gave an STD to a couple of his classmates.

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22 February 2007 (USA)  »

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When Nick is at the PD and is interviewing Charlie, he sets a folder down on the table and a pen suddenly appears on top of the folder in between shots. See more »

Quotes

Sara Sidle: [about to shave Grissom's face] Do you trust me?
Gil Grissom: Intimately.
[They wink at each other]
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The Best Deceptions
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Written by Christopher Carrabba
Performed by Dashboard Confessional
Courtesy of Vagrant Records
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Storming episode
20 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Great background music and lots of teenager hormones: which accidentally lead to an absolute bloodbath.

It's hard for a parent to watch as the parents anxiously wait for news of their teenage kids, who have all behaved fairly badly and pay an appalling price for it.

Brass is superb, again..

Warrick, who once said he knew "when whitey is lying", interviews the killer twice, and misses the signs. He confesses to Grissom that he thinks he must be slipping, but as Grissom says, it would have been hard to guess the macabre scene that greets the team at the end.

I too notice the irony of the mention of Duke - a place now forever linked in my mind with the young men who were famously and falsely accused of rape around this time..


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