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Grissom gets Dr. Langston's help to find the man who is carrying on the serial killer's work before the next victim is killed. The case will prove to be Grissom's last with the crime lab.

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Catherine Willows
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Nick Stokes
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Al Robbins
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Riley Adams
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David Phillips
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Wendy Simms
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Tom Donover
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Grissom takes his leave from a mostly grateful team and finds his successor by hiring criminology professor Langston, initially as consultant in the serial killer Nate Haskell and copy cat case, their last viz. first. Nate won't cooperate, but analyzing his eye-contact with students helps identify his cahoot and fancy forensics plus victim disposal routes analysis help track down the torture layer he 'inherited' from the original killer. Written by KGF Vissers

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15 January 2009 (USA)  »

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William Petersen's final appearance as a regular cast member. See more »

Goofs

When Grissom throws down his backpack, Sara is holding her camera on the carrying strap. But just a second later in the same scene she has a grip on the camera's lens when they're embracing and kissing. See more »

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Nathan Haskell: Professor Langston, how good to see you. What brings you here?
Dr. Raymond Langston: I came to gloat.
[Sets photos on the table]
Dr. Raymond Langston: Please, come in, Nate... We got these from a videotape of one of your kills. It's hard to believe, isn't it? Now, in all fairness, you did say that only dummies take souvenirs and Gerald Toliver was a pretty dumb guy. Maybe that's why Tom Donover killed him. You know, I've been thinking that maybe, that's the reason Tom Donover decided to follow in your footsteps, and carry on your work...
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