As Grissom tries to privately deal with Sara's leaving (and the rest of the team tries to console him, or at least draw him out), Hodges and his cronies engage in a sort of training exercise of Hodges' design. In the various scenarios Hodges lays out for the techs, one of them dies an unusual death on the job, and they all take stabs at solving the crime.
What I enjoyed most about this episode was the hyperbolic manner in which the CSI's and Brass were portrayed through Hodges' eyes (and Wendy's once) and the fact that, no matter the circumstance, Hodge and Trace were portrayed as the White Knight. It was a definite departure for the show (reminded me of the "Grave Danger" episodes...love me some Tarantino!), but very entertaining.
Finally, what I enjoyed most was the ending, where Hodges, the sycophant, turned out to be the one person to actually, if only for a moment, get him to talk about how he felt.