Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

CSI 7.07 "Post Mortem" [watched on tape: 2006-11-11]

I watched this with Emma, Cat, and Laura at Smith.

Why would the serial killer (esp. one so detail-oriented -- cf. the models) use a poison without doing enough research to find out that it causes convulsions?

I'm also curious as to what's up with including the drugs in the garden in the model. Is the killer just a total detail-oriented completionist?

Hodges dancing? Frightening, but kind of made of awesome. Also, crush on Grissom? When does Hodges ever say "please"? ("I know that look. You just figured something out. This is much better than the dead rock star kitchen. The whole al fresco thing. Come on, share. Please?")

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Eep, Greg's "inquest." Emma was worried she wouldn't be able to watch, which I can definitely understand. Thankfully it was okay.

The brother was scary at the end of "Fannysmackin' " and is scary here as well. Bathroom and parking lot scenes especially. Which is of course problematic, as it encourages the idea that (young) black men are scary -- an idea the defense falsely accuses Greg of acting on.
Tags: tv: csi: episodes, tv: csi: episodes: s7
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