With a suicide, a homicide, and an accidental death already in the books, the team places bets on whether there will also be a natural causes death to complete "the cycle" before the end of the shift.

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A string of deaths, including a gamer found dead on his couch and a newly divorced man at the bottom of a pool, instigate a bet among the CSIs as to whether they've "hit for the cycle" - a homicide, a suicide, an accidental and a natural death all in one night. Written by CBS Publicity

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When Nick Stokes and Ray Langston are looking through the phone call list of the burglary victim, the name Daniel Novotny appears on it. Daniel Novotny is one of the producers on the show. See more »

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When Nick is getting the autopsy report from Dr. Robbins, Dr. Robbins puts on latex gloves multiple times. See more »

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Three Hits Or Four?
19 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A homicide, a suicide and an accident, all in one shift. All the CSI people need now is a natural death and they have "hit for the cycle." That's a baseball term for a player hitting a single, double, triple and homer all in the same game.

The CSI personnel wage money on whether they can hit for that cycle or not. There are numerous bets made and numerous fatalities. We go through all of them, so each story is fairly short.

Mixed into the story in an extremely-obnoxious young ME intern from Los Angeles, who winds up figuring into the betting pool.

Did they hit the cycle? You'll have to watch. It's like watching a long fly ball and wondering, "Is it fair or is it foul?"


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