EXT. SHOWGIRL HEAVEN RESIDENCE -- NIGHT:
The street outside the residence is cluttered with officers, emergency personnel and news reporters. Greg walks past them. An officer lifts up the tape for Greg to duck under. Greg walks up to Brass and Sara waiting outside. There’s a large scratch on Sara’s left cheek. She has a jacket draped over her. Greg doesn’t say anything and continues on to the house. Second Scene:
INT. SHOWGIRL HEAVEN RESIDENCE – STAIRS – NIGHT:
Nick snaps photos of the bloodied shoe print on the stairs. Greg walks in and starts climbing the stairs. Greg asks Nick: "You been up there yet?" Nick looks at Greg and raises his eyebrows. Greg nods back and continues up the stairs. Third Scene:
INT. SHOWGIRL HEAVEN – BEDROOM 2 – NIGHT:
David Phillips reports to Grissom and leaves the room. Greg walks in. Grissom tells Greg what he had found. Greg looks at the photos in the bedroom. He notices that this wasn´t the victim´s room. Grissom ask what else he can see. Fourth Scene:
INT. CSI – HALLWAY – DAY:
Sara and Greg are on the move as Greg reports his findings to Sara. Fifth Scene:
INT. CSI – GRISSOM’S OFFICE – DAY:
Greg walks in to report results to Grissom. Afterwards Grissom informs him about the city´s decision in the case against the Demitrius James family. Best Dialog:
Grissom: "Hey, Greg. The, uh, civil suit that was filed by the Demitrius James family, DA decided not to go to trial. So the city's agreed to a payout; $2.5 million."
Greg: "$2.5 million? That's like saying I'm the guilty one."
Grissom: "It's just political pragmatism. City wants to cut their losses."
Greg: "So they did throw me under the bus."
Grissom: "Comes with the job." My Comment:
An extremely tough and cruel episode. I hate all the flashbacks in which we saw again and again how tremendously the women suffered.
Greg notices that Sara is hurt but he walks on without a word. None of my business, he probably thinks.
Greg doesn´t like this brutal case just as little as I do. Good boy!
Greg is understandably pissed about the city´s decision in the "Demitrius James family" matter. Grissom sympathizes with him.
Hodges to Sara on the phone: "I accept your thank you in advance and you're welcome."