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While "Sara" is being interviewed by "Conrad Ecklie" (Marc Vann), head
of the crime unit, on her no-no - meaning having a romantic
relationship with a fellow employee "Grissom" (William Petersen) we
wind up with two murders for this week's episode.
The first is dramatically discovered when a severed head in a football helmet comes bouncing down the highway! The other is a Hugh Hefner-type who is found with a fatal head wound while dining in a "dark restaurant." Yes, dining in total darkness with blind waiters is the deal in this bizarre story, meaning "normal" for CSI.
Interesting to see Karina Lombard again. ("Pippa Sanchez"), the owner of the weird restaurant. I hadn't seen her since 1996 when she had a role in "Last Man Standing" with Bruce Willis. About 39 years old now, Karina looks better than ever and I liked her accent in this episode. Her bio here at IMDb notes she is fluent in five languages!
Meanwhile, is this the end of "Sara Sidle?" Apparently as I think she made a remark to "Gil" at the end of the show about moving to Sweden or something. I may have heard wrong. She said she didn't want to mess up the CSI team with this "scandal" with "Grissom." That's a shame; she will really be missed. The regulars on this CSI show have been here now for eight years and any one of them leaving would be a big loss. (I've watched this series strictly on DVD the last three years, so I'm a little behind the "real time" of these episodes.)
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