CSI gets three new dead bodies, and all three cases have a connection to the same con artist with multiple identities.

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Nick Stokes
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Greg Sanders
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Al Robbins
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Riley Adams
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Mickey Ross
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Dr. Paul Anton
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Detective Vartann
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Detective Chris Cavaliere (as Jose Zuniga)
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Jeffrey Luvan
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Art dealer Carsten's skull-smashed corpse floats in the pool of his rented luxury villa after a party where a vase was smashed and a client, buyer for a casino museum, stormed out. The find finds the vase, which his cat Gareth bizarrely licked, was a fake for a piece stolen form an Iraqi museum. Hollywood actor Mickey Ross is arrested after his print is found in blood on the shell of Gareth, the pet tortoise he gave his murdered wife, who committed adultery with sleazy producer Tripp Linson. Finally a man's corpse is found crushed under his steering wheel, and the dog around is again called Gareth. Gradually the team works out, mainly from identification, that the identical pet name is neither coincidence nor the most remarkable link between the three murders and several related crimes and private dramas. Written by KGF Vissers

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26 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Just before the body of Sean (body #3) is set down on the ground he braces himself by putting down his feet. However earlier (or rather later) when he is being brought into the morgue he is stiff and has his legs curled up. See more »

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Mandy Webster: [Catherine, Hodges and Mandy are trying to lift a fingerprint off of a turtle] Just please hurry okay 'cause he's been traumatized enough already.
David Hodges: He's a material witness in a homicide investigation.
Mandy Webster: I meant traumatized by you.
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