Who and What (1)

  • Greg´s appearance: Eager

  • 4 Scenes: with Grissom
    Catherine, Nick and Warrick

  • Shippyness: G/G

  • What we learn about him:
  • Misc.:

First Scene:
Grissom peers into the house. He sees the body of the little boy on the living room floor, face down. Apparently, nothing has been done yet. Grissom walks up to the body. Greg is kneeling next to the boy. He looks at Grissom. Grissom turns and heads for the bathroom at the end of the hall where Carmen’s body is on the floor. Catherine is taking photos in the bedroom. She reports to Grissom. The small apartment starts to quiver and shake, the bottles on the sink rattle as the nearby train approaches. Overhead, they hear the sounds of a helicopter rotor.

Second Scene:
Jack Malone - FBI - enters the residence. He sees Greg with his camera and asks him a question. He orders David to roll the body over. He introduces himself to the team and explains his presence.

Third Scene:
Greg is looking through a wallet at the kitchen table when Catherine and Jack join him. He reports to them.

Fourth Scene:
Greg walks out of the bedroom and heads for the living room. Nick is in the living room while Warrick is looking around the kitchen. Greg says he found an empty jewelry box in the bedroom. Nick picks up a framed photo. Warrick is looking at a printout for a Poker Tournament at Planet Hollywood. He checks the computer and finds it on a poker game.

Best Dialog:
Jack: "You -- you get enough photos?"
Greg: "Definitely."

My Comment:

I like William Petersen. I really do. But I love Anthony. He steals every scene. He is and always will be the better actor. That´s why he won the Golden Globe in 2004 and not William. That´s why I keep watching "Without a trace". Only for Anthony.

Gil snaps at Greg and the CSI is so not impressed. Later Greg gazes at Jack Malone.

Jack Malone and Hodges. An exquisite bonus.

Hodges: "So, I was curious about opportunities at the federal level. Pay scale, working conditions..."
Jack: "You want my honest opinion?"
Hodges: "Absolutely."
Jack: "There's a lot less competition in Vegas for a guy like you. The FBI has enough ass-kissers already."

Jack Malone and Gil Grissom. O boy!

Grissom: "I'll call in some additional AV techs, help Archie get through the footage,..."
Jack: "All right."
Grissom: "...but you know, I've learned that sometimes you can go faster by going slow."
Jack: "Yeah, well, I like to go faster by going fast. Waiting around is not exactly my best thing."
Grissom: "I gathered that from your interrogation technique. You know, maybe you should go back to your hotel, take a nap."
Jack: "Is this your office? Really? By choice? It's not some kind of...uh...surplus overflow issue?"
Grissom: "What's wrong with my office?"
Jack: "Oh, I don't know. Uh...why don't you tell me?"
Grissom: "That's an irradiated fetal pig. I used it to determine the effects of radiation on tissue."
Jack: "For what?"
Grissom: "For fun."
Sara: "Hey, Gil, I...uh...Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt."
Grissom: "No, no, it's fine. Jack Malone, FBI. Sara Sidle, CSI."
Jack: "Hi."
Sara: "Hello. I hear your abduction case is now a serial murder."
Jack: "Uh...yeah."
Sara: "Well...uh...I got called into work early, but I did pick up Hank, and I took him to the sitter."
Grissom: "Thank you. I'll see you when I see you."
Sara: "Pleasure."
Jack: "Hmm. Is Hank your kid?"
Grissom: "Hank's my dog. She walks him for me sometimes."
Jack: "Oh, yeah, that's how it starts. Oh, I have some experience dating in the workplace."
Grissom: "Really? And, uh...how'd it work out for you?"
Jack: "Undetermined."
Oh. This is foreshadowing.

Despite the lack of Greg this is a very good episode. One of the best this season so far.