Jim Brass asks Sara and Nick to re-investigate a case which was ruled as an accidental drowning when he sees how happy the once-grieving husband is with a new date and sports car. Meanwhile, Catherine and Grissom works to solve a case of a very famous comedian who fell during his act and died.
Did You Know?
The storyline of the bathroom towel bar is almost directly lifted from the case of Edward Post, who drowned his wife and was sentenced to 25 years for it. See more
At the end of the episode, as Michael Borland approaches Grissom, he's rubbing his left wrist with his right hand when seen from the front, but his right arm is down by his side as seen from behind. See more
[after he has been mocking Dougie Max
Shut up. Shut up. Don't you get it? Are you that stupid? I am making fun of you. I'm the lowest common denominator in comedy when I do that crap. The only way I could get you to stop laughing now is if I went to every single table and slit every one of your throats. I can see that I'm getting the red light, ladies and gentlemen, and that means it's time for me to stop.
Stop with the hate and stop with the fear.
Stop with the lies.
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