Langston investigates a homicide which is connected to the discovery of rare valuable chips from a legendary casino from the 1980s.

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Amidst budget cuts, Nick is off at his own expense to become the team's new entomology expert. Meanwhile Langston leads the investigation concerning the murder of Huston Dobbs, an unskilled construction laborer who came into possession of chips from a legendary 1980s casino. His work buddy Bruno Curtis is missing. Huston met with dodgy collector items dealer Eli Schindler. Meesly suburban diner manager Barbie Aubrey and her cook Walter Ellis also may have known about the chips. More crime follows. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Langston is looking over his package that he received from Gloria, you can see a pin in the box that says, "I like Ike". Which is a coincidence because Lawrence Fishburn plays Ike Turner in, "What's love got to do with it". See more »

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Don't You Want Me
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Written by Phil Oakey, Jo Callis and Philip Adrian Wright.
Performed by The Human League
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Why wasn't Schindler charged for shooting Curtis?
25 June 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Schindler definitely shot Curtis in the leg - his fingerprint was on the gun, which he admitted carrying, and the .22 bullet was pulled out of the seat back which was soaked in Curtis's blood.

How could he have not been charged with that? You could say that he was in fear of his life having been taken out into the desert at night by armed men, but that is an argument for a defence lawyer to make, not the CSIs.

In a procedural series like this one, the details matter, and a serious offence for which no charge is made is hardly a minor detail.

I have to agree with the other comment too, that though Fishburne has charisma the show shouldn't be all about him. I guess the reason for relying on him so much could be that after all these years the original actors want time for other projects, but if that is so then I think they need to bring in at least one other charismatic new character.


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