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Kiss Kiss, Bye Bye 

Someone tries to kill a diva called Lois O'Neill, who was related to the mafia years ago, and a waiter is killed instead. The CSI investigates the case, but more than ever, nothing is what it seems.

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Danny Cannon

Writers:

Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), David Rambo
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Petersen ... Gil Grissom
Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows
Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown
George Eads ... Nick Stokes
Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle
Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders
Robert David Hall ... Al Robbins
Paul Guilfoyle ... Jim Brass
Louise Lombard ... Sofia Curtis
Wallace Langham ... David Hodges
Anita Gillette ... Lily Flynn
Faye Dunaway ... Lois O'Neill
Scott Wilson ... Sam Braun
Bijou Phillips ... Li'l' Cherry
Jonathan Banks ... Bobby Jensen
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Someone tries to kill a diva called Lois O'Neill, who was related to the mafia years ago, and a waiter is killed instead. The CSI investigates the case, but more than ever, nothing is what it seems.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 2006 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is a parody of "Kiss Kiss, Bang, Bang", a phrase originally applied to James Bond and used as the title of Pauline Kael's 1968 book "Kiss Kiss, Bang, Bang". An unrelated film of that title was released in 2005. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the episode when Catherine goes to eat with her mother and Sam, the left strap of her dress falls down but in the next shot, it's back on her shoulder. See more »

Quotes

Gil Grissom: [after finding Hodges coloring his grey hair with a sharpie marker] Vainity, thy name is Hodges.
Hodges: This isn't what it looks like. I actually like my grey hair, the few that I have.
Sara Sidle: Hodges, don't you know that grey hair can be very attractive.
[Grissom looks at her]
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Spoofs Thunderball (1965) See more »

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Where Are You
(uncredited)
Written by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh
Performed by Frank Sinatra
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Dunaway Stars In This "Tribute" To The "Rat Pack' Days
21 March 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

t is rare a big movie star guest stars on a CSI program, despite the fact the TV show has always drawn big audiences. She may be quite a bit past her prime, but Faye Dunaway is still a big name and it's fun to see someone like her in an episode.

Dunaway plays "Lois O'Neil," a former Copa dance girl turned star who hobnobbed with the likes of Frank Sinatra and the boys. Early on, we see black-and-white shots of the "Brat Pack" and hear a Sintara tune. At the end of the show is another Sinatra number. Also included in that same breath is a big mobster named "Constantino," who is a fictional character that is connected with this story.

Anyway, Lois (Dunaway) hosts a big party one night for the old-timers, goes back upstairs to her bedroom and while she is changing clothes, a waiter also in her bedroom is shot and killed. "Lois" flees into her huge vault and closes the door quickly as shots are fired her way.

Police think she's missing, after finding the dead man, but they soon discover her covering inside the vault. She's just happy to be alive. The waiter, meanwhile, is found with a lot of money on him and evidence he was a drug dealer. Later, it was discovered he was using a phony name.

Everyone who was at the party but left the main room is a suspect. That includes several very snotty young women and a few others including Catherine Willows' father "Sam." Other surprises include finding one million dollars in cash underneath a carpet.

Later, it looks like even the famous "Lois" might have been the killer. In fact, more and more the evidence is starting to point toward her.

The conclusion of this episode is outstanding - one of the more memorable ones in the six years of this show, maybe because of the unusual touch of sentimentality.


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