Captain Jim Brass journeys to LA after Ellie asks for a favor in investigating her friend's disappearance. There, with the help of Warrick who is in LA for a conference and a friend in LAPD... See full summary »

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Gil Grissom (credit only)
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Sara Sidle (credit only)
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Captain Jim Brass journeys to LA after Ellie asks for a favor in investigating her friend's disappearance. There, with the help of Warrick who is in LA for a conference and a friend in LAPD, Brass finds his investigation interrupted by higher powers. While he and Warrick ultimately are able to find Ellie's friend's murderer, he is unable to bring the perpetrator to trial. Disappointed, he leaves LA and return to Las Vegas. Written by Ploy P.

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This is the first episode wherein William Petersen who plays Grissom doesn't appear. See more »

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Captain Annie Kramer: L.A. has over two hundred criminalists. You got to bring your own guy?
Captain Jim Brass: Well, Rick is like a vampire. He needs to be invited in.
Captain Annie Kramer: If this goes to court, Warrick's going to have to come back and testify.
Warrick Brown: Well, you got beaches, bikinis, free trip to L.A.? I'm down.
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References Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) See more »

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Who Are You
By Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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The first time Paul Guilfoyle got screwed over.
21 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Nearly a decade before cowardly producers and serpentine network suits ordered the scumbag firing of Paul Guilfoyle from CSI, he had his finest hour in this episode where HE, not William Peterson, was the anchor. We see Captain James Brass at odds with his superiors back home in Las Vegas and the corruption riddling Los Angeles all while grappling with the life his estranged daughter Ellie is living. Brass is fighting what seems to be a losing battle trying to save Ellie on many fronts, from (A) her descent into prostitution, (B) the hold drugs have over her and (C) those corrupt figures in LA who may see Ellie as a threat. Paul Guilfoyle delivered a command performance in this episode and the assholes at the Emmys refused to even nominate him for 2005's ceremony. A great actor who never got his due, a tale as old as time.


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