CSI Season 1 Episode 4 Pledging Mr. Johnson  » TV  »
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  • When they interview people in the local area they find out that although she was married, that night she died, she was dining and having fun with another man

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      Just like always the crime scene investigation team is struggling to solve the murder cases while fighting the melancholy and the pain of their personal life. It was a really great episode, only the very last few minutes of the show were a little bit over the top, or cliché.

      In this episode the team investigates what


      looks two murders. In the first, a body of a woman is found in the river. The evidence shows that she was dead before she had drown. When they interview people in the local area they find out that although she was married, that night she died, she was dining and having fun with another man.

      • It is now up to them to show who would want her dead- the husband or the lover.

        In another case, a young man is found hanging in a fraternity. The evidence on his body shows that he might have been subject to hazing or an initiation ritual to a fraternity. The team tries to prove that

        his death was not a suicide, nor that it was an accident- but plain and brutal murder.

        On the personal note, Catherine and Grissom confront each other regarding the boundaries between personal life and work. And Warrick is harassed by the judge who wants him to temper with evidence. He might decide to put an end to it.




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