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
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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
[Walks in as Grissom is cleaning out his office
Okay. So this is really real. Fine. So, as your friend and colleague I feel that it is my obligation to inform you what a colossal mistake you're making. Grissom:
Guys like us just don't get to hang it up. This job is who we are. We are the thin blue line between order and chaos. You take yourself out of the equation, who knows what's gonna happen. That's the Butterfly Effect. You taught me that. The bad guys will win more if we don't ...