CSI searches for a serial killer inspired by Dante's "Inferno," and Brass's daughter may be one of the killer's next victims.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sara Sidle (credit only)
David Hodges
David Phillips
Henry Andrews (credit only)
Jim Brass
Oliver Tate


In a few days, several people involved into Vegas's sensual sinful business, including a pimp, are murdered and elaborately staged some days after death. Although various 'signatures' seem to be used, the MO indicates a single, well-organized serial killer. D.B. finds inquisitive, Scotland-Yard-trained reporter James Merchiston actually helpful. They work out that all the victims were linked to 'Brother' Daniel Larson's dodgy sex industry mission. Among them was police Captain Brass's long-missing daughter, but instead of finding her, the team loses Morgan, presumably kidnapped by the killer, who also strikes at Tate. Written by KGF Vissers

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15 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Nancy Brass: [to Jim Brass] You were a lousy husband, but you were a great cop.
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References Se7en (1995) See more »


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28 May 2013 | by (Slovakia) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode, is there any better way to start off an episode than with a unraveling new Black Sabbath song ? Ozzy "interview" was little bit funny, he would suck as an actor really :) The real deal starts when Brass finds out that Ellie might be one of the victims, I love Brass, he is definitely my favorite character, how hes a desperate poor guy, he don't believe in future, blame himself for everything, and so he became a captain, to help others at least, when he cant help himself... I have mixed feelings about Morgan kidnapping, I mean they could just left it to be the Paul Guilfoyle moment, he deserve it, but whatever. Also that guy, who picked Morgan was pretty good, the reporter was little unimportant, but when I sum it, this was great finale (not good as season 5,7 or 8). Cannot wait to see how it end, its going to be a long summer :)

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