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The End is Dramatic, and killing...
Grissom leaves the CSI office, and a little while later he receives another miniature. Before that Catherine testifies against a man who was arrested for killing his mother. Unable to fine enough evidence to prove him guilty, she goes back into a case from 3 years back, in which the mother and daughter die in the same way. After finding enough evidence she puts the real killer in jail, and a wrongfully convicted man is set free. This episode could reveal even more to the miniature killer... The Real one. Most likely an insider. Dr. Gilbert Grissom receives one more miniature, in which once again the CSI team will try to stop the real killer. Grissom takes a sabbatical and leaves the team.
Well thought out episode
In "Toe Tags" multiple dead bodies are found. The dead corpses tell their bloody, evil-fated stories in the coroner's office. First is "American Beauty." Donna is found dead in an elevator wrapped in a towel. Catherine finds a towel fiber which means she was dragged. When Donna is flipped she leaks out a little water from he lungs. Brass wonders how you could drown in an elevator. Second is "No Brainer." Rebecca is found dead at the bottom of a cliff after letting her husband take pictures of her. Coroner, David, quickly discovers that her brain is gone, which Greg quickly finds, still intact. Third is "Embalmy Day." Jack was a stabbing victim at a gas station. The suspect, Russel rams full speed into a police cruiser. When Sofia gets the call she finds a bloody knife in the back seat. Nick apologizes to Jack's wife, but Jack smiles and says "I got to hold my baby girl." Fourth and Finally is, my favorite, "The Nevada Chainsaw Massacre." Grissom and Sara investigate two men, Ray Gaynor and Lou Beltran, who were killed by a chainsaw. One of them has is arm sliced right off. They find it hard to re-enact because the blood spatter splattered in a very odd way. In the very end Grissom is showing student around the lab and the dead bodies. One asks why he does the job, Grissom answer's "Because the dead can't speak for themselves."