The death of a scientist is connected to a time machine he allegedly created, while the death of a co-ed at a diner is connected to a drug study at her school and an initiation ceremony.

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The death of a scientist is connected to a time machine he allegedly created, while the death of a co-ed at a diner is connected to a drug study at her school and an initiation ceremony.

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WILHELM SCREAM: When Kevin Murray crashes through the lab window and falls to his death in the Columbus Day parade. See more »

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Carmine says that ". . They had the elephant carbon dated . . . We're looking at a four million year-old mastodon." The maximum age that can be determined by radioactive carbon dating is 10,000 years. Beyond an age of 5,000 years, the results become erratic. See more »

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[about a girl who was killed by fatal orgasm while eating a pickle]
Detective Danny Messer: Must've been a hell of a pickle.
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Is Time Travel Possible?
2 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So far, the writers have really come up with some unique stories this season. In this fourth episode of the season, we see some sort of nutty-looking, mostly-naked, wired-up guy running crazily through the streets and then winding up at CSI, muttering something about he killed someone. Before dying, he whispers something to Mac. Apparently, he told Mac he was from the future and killed this guy tomorrow! As I said

  • an original premise.




"Time travel" is the major subject here, one most people find fascinating. Is this H.G. Wells imitator the real thing or a fraud? Is time travel possible, or just science fiction? I'll say no more: watch the show and find out. You'll go back-and-forth on this one.

Where the episode falls down is that the writers added a second story, one that is insulting in its stupidity and sophomoric sexual nature. It is so bad and I'm not even going to dignify it with any remarks, except that the CSI writers would have been better advised to stick with the time-travel angle.

I like the fact that most shows now - at least on the New York and Miami shows (I haven't the Las Vegas ones in a couple of years) - now have just one main story. That's better and much easier to get involved with that switching stories every 10 minutes.


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