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This is really another one of these bizarre stories, but certainly a
very interesting one. Even the "characters" in here - "Stella," "Mac,"
and the CSI group - admit things are a bit too weird because of all the
strange occurrences that seem to connect with deadly consequences.
In fact, that's the overlying theme of this episode: the fact that life is often unexplainable. The question a victim asked here is "Why? Why are all my friends dead and not me? Hey, you have to realize some answers will be never be explained this side of heaven....and that's tough for many people to deal with, especially the main character here, "James Roberts," played effectively by Joe Reegan.
"James," for most of the show, is under the influence of LSD, an hallucinogen that was slipped into this drink earlier in the night, so he's as mystified at what's going on as the cops.
CSI boss "Mac Taylor" (Gary Sinise) also is good in here and shows, once again, his compassionate side as he tries to help James through that LSD trip.
over the years, i've found it quite pointless to interrogate a suspect who is under the influence of a hallucinogen....it's also dangerous to the suspect and other officers to handcuff them and leave them in the box...they are much better off restrained in a hospital until their trip is over...before that, one is simply wasting one's time......also, Kanakaredes reminds me of sig weaver's character in galaxyquest in almost every episode i've seen her in....also, i've never seen csi's first on scene without uniform support and i worked n.y. for 30 years....one more thing before i split....Kanakaredes!, cover up, half the time we see you, you are dressed inappropriately....in my day, you would have been sent home to change, where are your official coats anyway.....well, that's all i have.......thanks and god bless.
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