A nightclub owner serving time in prison gets a temporary leave so that he can help Brass and Stokes investigate a double homicide with several connections to him.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gil Grissom
Al Robbins
Grant Sullivan ...
Walter Jaynes
Dana Espinoza
Dale D
Archie Johnson


Grissom and the CSI team deal with what appears to be two related deaths. In the first, a young woman is found dead in an apartment, the victim of multiple gunshot wounds. When they find blood dripping through a hole in the ceiling, they find another victim in the upstairs apartment. When the autopsy reveals that different guns killed the two victims, the only connection they have left is that a man who has been in jail for several months rented both apartments. Written by garykmcd

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Release Date:

24 April 2008 (USA)  »

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When Drops is at the diner talking to Sherri, Drops hands Sherri a business card with a note and the card changes positions in Sherri's hands in between shots going from her left hand to her right hand. See more »


References History of the World: Part I (1981) See more »

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Nick Has A Bad Feeling
24 January 2009 | by (Lockport, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

It was tough to get really involved with this crime story since there were no "good guys." Everyone connected with these murders - and there were several of them - was connected, and was a low-life-type person. Who do you care about? Nobody, in this episode. You just watch to see what happens next and how CSI and LV Det. Brass figure it out.

They wind up getting help - sort of - from a guy seen in a few past episodes, a thug behind bars by the name of "Drops" (Method Man). Reluctantly, Brass and Nick Stokes have to let Drops out of jail for the weekend to help track down the prime suspects.

"I have a feeling we are going to regret this," says Nick.

It turns out to be a "yes" and a "no" on that score. I'll leave it at that.

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