Catherine and Nick try to find out how a member of the band Rascal Flatts was nearly electrocuted during a concert, while Ray runs into roadblocks while investigating the death of a retired CIA chief.

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The corpse found in Lake Mead, electrocuted and multiply wounded, yet none of those being the cause of death, is identified as retired CIA deputy director of operations Vance Colton. The team insists on investigating while the CIA wants to take over the case, and some mysterious Germans try to steal it. One of the Rascal Flatts band brothers is electrocuted, nearly fatally, on a Vegas stage trough his guitar. The team grills them on their latest row, manager Buddy and their road crew. Written by KGF Vissers

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On Two and a Half Men: It Never Rains in Hooterville (2007), April Bowlby (Hot Groupie / Marta Petrovich)'s character, Kandi, acted in a CSI spoof called "Stiffs". See more »

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The German operatives speak with American accents. See more »

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Crap.
6 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Utter. I can't believe the writer was one of the scribes for the original Sniper movie. It's like he pinched off a massive loaf onto a pile of paper and turned it in.

The cardboard CIA-Stasi and guitar tech killer stories just fall flat. I was actually "impressed" with Rascal Flatts' performance - they did pretty well for guys who probably only get to do concert/stage acting. It wasn't anything amazing, but they did a good job considering. I'd really rather see music acts just keep showing up for cameos, instead of playing acting roles, a la John Mayer etc.

Please, please, let this poor show rest. Or fix it. With respect to Larry Fishburne's worthy performance, and the rest of the cast trying their best to hang on, the show has been limping and gasping for a while now. Even though I'm a long time fan, I'm begging the company to just let it go, soon.


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