CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 8, Episode 3

Go to Hell (11 Oct. 2007)

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The parents of a missing girl are found murdered in a seedy motel room, and a registered sex offender now working as a church pastor is suspected. Meanwhile, Sara tackles a case involving a dead homeless man.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rev. Rhodes
Reverend's Lawyer
Amy Macalino (as Brittany Robertson)


Grissom and Catherine investigate the double homicide of a married couple in a motel room. Both were shot and there is evidence of sexual activity in the room. Their concern turns to the couples children and when one is found dead in her bed at home, the police desperately search for the second daughter. The case is tied to the self-styled Rev. Rhodes who also happens to be a registered sexual offender. Now working on the day shift with a new partner, Ronnie Lake, Sara investigates the death of a homeless man. Written by garykmcd

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Ronnie tells Sara that she got offers to work for both New York and Miami CSI before she came to Las Vegas, which is where the two other CSI franchise shows are based. See more »


When Ronnie Lake is reading the homeless man's drivers license to Sara she says his name is Edward Kaye born 1-28-51. But when we are shown his license it clearly reads Eddie Kaye born 2-28-51. See more »


Sara Sidle: [to the new CSI, Ronnie] You know what, that question, I will answer. We're not here to protect anyone, Ronnie - not even the cops. We're here to figure out what happened. If you can't do that, you should get a different job.
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Is 'Ronnie' Replacing 'Sara?'
14 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A minister is a former sex offender and nutcase. Gee, what's new in Hollywood? Does Hollywood every portray an honest, hardworking, God-like minister (or priest)? Of course not. Here we are again with the bad guy being a pastor. This guy also is a registered sex offender! Come on. Give me a break. I don't know who the actor is who played him but he looks and sounds a lot like Chris Rock. I'm not even to comment further of the typical bias against clergy shown on TV and in the movies, but this episode is a good example of it.

On another note, are we seeing "Sara Sidle's" replacement? It's getting obvious that Jorja Fox's role here is going to end.....a real shame. We have a new CSI and she's played by the stunningly-pretty Jessica Lucas, a young Canadian actress. She plays "Ronnie." She's new and idealistic and is given a few constructive lectures by Sara, who obviously is getting cynical about the job.

In real life, Sara wouldn't even be working; she would be taking time off from her horrible recent ordeal in which she almost died. Yet, here she is, working on another case - the second crime story in this episode, and it's not an uplifting one, that's for sure.

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