The CSIs investigate the cyber-related murder of a prominent casino owner's wife and receive help from the FBI's Cyber Crime Division. Patricia Arquette guest stars.

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FBI cyber crime specialist Avery Ryan is brought in to help CSI investigate the case of a casino owner's wife's murder on fetish scene snuff video. They soon discover there are two relevant angles to the case, requiring the hunt of two expert killers, one serial, one professional, who pose formidable traps. Conrad Ecklie meanwhile doubts whether to stand for sheriff again. Written by KGF Vissers

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30 April 2014 (USA)  »

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D.B. Russell: So, this is goodbye I guess
Avery Ryan: For now
D.B. Russell: Where you're off to?
Avery Ryan: Bank robbery, Pittsburgh
D.B. Russell: How much?
Avery Ryan: 3 cents
D.B. Russell: Oh, give me a break! Talk to me. How much?
Avery Ryan: Three copper pennies from 80 million checking accounts! 2.4 million a week makes for one hell of a heist. Check your bank statements.
D.B. Russell: No kidding! And they say there is no such thing as the perfect crime!
Avery Ryan: It's not the perfect crime. It's cybercrime!
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Great Directionin this episode
1 May 2014 | by (california) – See all my reviews

First its required 10 lines for a TV episode review is a bit much. So for the episode the direction was so obviously different and wonderful from almost any episode I can think of. The upward angles quite reminiscent of Michael Bay productions. It was clean and crisp giving a revitalization from the average and too often consistent pace of the show. One of the episodes I have watched in a while. Now a complaint not about the episode but why does IMDb still list Laurence Fishburne as Marg Helgenberger as starring in this show. Fisburne has been gone for years now. They need to make corrections to bring the show cast into the future. Back to direction I hope Eagle Egilsson directs again soon and often.


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