A body of a woman, her throat slit, is found in her car next to the highway. Autopsy reveals that Wendy was once a man who underwent a sex change operation. To solve this case, Grissom and his team ventures into the world of transsexual people where no one is as they seem. Their investigation leads them to a therapist with a hidden past.
Did You Know?
Wendy used to be Walter, like musician/composer Wendy Carlos, who first attained fame as Walter Carlos. See more
Toward the end of the episode, the CSIs recover a video tape with fingerprints that leads them to the killer. However, in the opening, the killer is shown handling the video camera that contained the tape without gloves, so his or her fingerprints should have been all over it. The killer is shown tossing the camera away, and the CSIs recover it at the scene. They should have been able to get prints from the camera and identified the killer at the outset, or should have explained why usable prints couldn't be recovered. See more
Women in convertibles are low-hanging fruit.
And it was a top-down night.
References Dressed to Kill
Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Tonal
Under license from Wall Lizard Music LLC See more