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Double Cross 

A lounge singer is found crucified inside a Catholic church, and the church's new pastor fails to disclose that he knows the victim from all the way back to high school.

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Michael Slovis

Writers:

Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), Marlane Meyer
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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
Louise Lombard ... Sofia Curtis
Paul Guilfoyle ... Jim Brass
Wallace Langham ... David Hodges
Sean Patrick Flanery ... The Big Hombre
Tim Guinee ... Father Frank Berlin
Meredith Monroe ... Sister Bridget
Waylon Payne ... Brady Somers
Lorna Raver ... Sister Elizabeth
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A lounge singer is found crucified inside a Catholic church, and the church's new pastor fails to disclose that he knows the victim from all the way back to high school.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Sara Sidle: [to Grissom] I didn't offend you, did I? Did I say something offensive to you as a Catholic?
Gil Grissom: I'm not really a Catholic anymore, you know. I suppose I practice a kind of secular Catholicism that involves ritualizing certain aspects of everyday life and imbuing them with a spiritual intensity they might not otherwise possess, but I don't want to put too fine a point on it.
[opens up the box and takes out rosary beads]
Sara Sidle: And the rosary beads are a part of that.
Gil Grissom: This belonged to my mother.
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Who Are You
By Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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CSI gets religious AND political!
17 October 2008 | by Anonymous_MaxineSee all my reviews

There is a point early in this episode where it seems that it's going to be painfully predictable, but luckily it's not nearly as predictable as you might think. A girl is killed and crucified inside a Catholic church, of all places, and her twin sister is shot and killed in an otherwise apparently unrelated killing a couple of hours apart.

As far as the structure of the case, I think this is one of the more clever episodes I've seen recently. There are constantly more layers being revealed, and leads that seem promising but lead nowhere. The sisters don't know each other, the mother gave them up for adoption as babies, there are complicated love interests (one involving a priest), and a mysterious adopted sister who lived a lonely life and developed an obsession when she learned that she had a half sister.

One of the suspects is revealed to have a motive about some doctored award-winning photos of the troops in Iraq, which gives Grissom a great opportunity to make a more powerful political statement than I have come to expect from your typical CSI episode.

Even with a surplus of suspects it's hard to see where the story is going. Excellent performances throughout as well!

Oh and here's a great quote - " I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself than be crowded on a velvet cushion." - Henry David Thoreau.

Me too, Henry. Me too...


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