CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 7, Episode 23

The Good, the Bad and the Dominatrix (10 May 2007)

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After an unsuccessful attempt on Lady Heather's life, Sara discovers Gil's prior relationship with her. Meanwhile, Nick investigates the death of a woman apparently hit by a taxicab.

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After an unsuccessful attempt on Lady Heather's life, Sara discovers Gil's prior relationship with her. Meanwhile, Nick investigates the death of a woman apparently hit by a taxicab.

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Catherine Willows: Who found her?
Captain Jim Brass: Guy over there in the ten gallon, Vernon Porter. He's the night watchman. All the employees are required to wear that cowboy getup. That's the job cops get after they retire.
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This Time, Lady Heather Is The (Somewhat) Victim
31 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Why "Lady Heather" (Melinda Clarke) always is portrayed in a sympathetic light despite being a killer and a sex pervert, is a testimony to Hollywood and its mindset. Anyway, after an absence of a year and only one part over three years of CSI, she's back, this time the victim more than a "perp." I can't feel totally sympathetic, however, to a woman who willingly has a noose put around her neck! Even though "Gil" (William Petersen) has the hots for fellow CSI worker "Sara Sidle" (Jorja Fox), he still has a very soft heart for Heather. Sara has to deal with that, although Gil is just friends with the dominatrix now.

Clarke, who looks prettier now than when she was younger in this series, is almost strangled to death by a rope in this family-friendly western town, run by a scummy guy and his son as some sort of Old West-amusement area.

Unfortunately, it doesn't take a Sherlock Holmes to figure out who is behind the attempted murder of "Heather" and the death of the night security guard. That's because the only two guys seen in the town were the father and son! So, duh, obviously one of them is responsible for the violence in this made-up-for-fun town.

There is a happy ending with "Heather," though, and - who knows - she might even be a normal grandma type!

In a second crime story, a woman is killed, apparently hit in the head by the bumper of a cab, but there are no lower body bruises nor tire tracks on her. In other words, she wasn't standing and she wasn't lying on the ground. What happened turns out to be a strange event. I like how "Nick Stokes" (George Eads) handles this case and the speech he gives to a cab driver near the end.

In all, this is a decent episode, nothing super but okay. It leads us to - what I hope - is a great season finale, dealing with the "Miniature Killer."


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