CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

I-15 Murders

Season 1, Ep 11, Aired 1/12/01
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  • Episode Description
  • A woman is abducted from a supermarket. In the store, Grissom finds a bathroom stall door that claims five women have been killed. Warrick is caught in a casino on duty and is paired with a reluctant Sara. Their case is the apparent murder and robbery of a man who is found by his brother. Nick gets pulled in by his prostitute friend who gets in a scuffle with hotel security.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • William Petersen

    Gil Grissom

  • Marg Helgenberger

    Catherine Willows

  • Gary Dourdan

    Warrick Brown

  • George Eads

    Nick Stokes

  • Paul Guilfoyle

    Captain Jim Brass

  • Fan Reviews (7)
  • Grissom and Catherine look for a serial killer.

    By DexterMorgan2, Mar 14, 2013

  • It was originally suppose to be episode 3, but they cancelled it for some reason, then they added stuff into the episode to make it fit where they put decided to put it in totally out of place.

    By fearofvanishing, Aug 17, 2007

  • Although this episode was great overall, it does show that, while they may have great technical advisers in the arena of forensics, this episode displays the first of many technical goofs when it comes to computers.

    By digitalutopia, May 26, 2008

  • Five women murdered along I-15

    By lsburton, Mar 25, 2008

  • good episode

    By sid1157, Feb 25, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (15)

    • Grissom How ya doing Jim? How's your old job? Brass I can sling scum all day. You? Grissom I curse more. Brass Oh yeah? Well wait.

    • Grissom: You don't have a worry that technology is gonna make us obsolete? Catherine: No

    • (Grissom eats some mustard that has dropped on the leg of a trolley) Brass: Oh, that's sanitary.

    • Sara: Grissom reinstated you. Warrick: And you have a problem with that. Sara: Let me guess. Grissom gets you to dime yourself off and now you both feel better? You're supposed to be in court. Instead, you're placing bets for a cheap thrill to satisfy nothing. Warrick: Hey! This has nothing to do with you. So are we going to work together...or not? Sara: I'm already working.

    • Warrick: What's that? Grissom: You...at the Monaco casino. Warrick: What? I don't believe this. Now you're pulling up film on me? Grissom: Casinos tape everyone who walks through their door, Warrick, you know that. I thought we had a deal. Warrick: We do. Grissom: Look, what you do on your time is nobody's business. What you do on my time is my business. (Warrick sighs and sits down) Warrick: I was at the casino. But I wasn't gambling. (Grissom sits and listens to what he has to say, screen cuts to a different scene)

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    Notes (3)

    • International Episode Titles: Czech Republic: Vražda na silnici I - 15 (Murder on the Road I-15)

    • This was the last episode to be broadcast in the show's original timeslot Fridays at 9:00 p.m.

    • Music: Life Is Real - Mos Def

    Trivia (5)

    • Grissom has a "Big Mouth Billy Bass" mounted over the door of his office to alert him when anyone walks in.

    • Continuity Error: After the trucks that didn't deliver to the markets along I-5 are eliminated there are 3 boxes left on the map. But just before Grissom asks his next elimination request there are suddenly 4 boxes on the map, plus they aren't even in the same locations as before.

    • Goof: Grissom and Catherine are looking through a microscope and discussing a microscopic specimen (heart of frozen body). In reality they would not see anything as all microscope objectives are missing on this instrument (the microscope nose-piece is totally empty.).

    • According to the DVDs, this was orginally supposed to be the 3rd episode to air.

    • Goof: When Grissom buys the mustard and drops it near Jim's feet, he gets no mustard on his pants but a little on his shoes. However, in the bathroom, Jim is using a towel to wipe his pants.

    Allusions (4)

    • Grissom: What if we shuffle these doors like Pai Gow tiles? Pai Gow "making nines" is a fascinating game from the Orient that is played with three-dimensional cards or domino-like tiles.

    • Brass: First one of you low lives to name that tune, gets to make a deal. Brass references two different game shows here: Name that Tune and Let's Make a Deal. Name That Tune is a 1950's game show that put two players against each other, testing their knowledge of songs. Let's Make a Deal is a 1960's game show that featured contestants dressed in outrageous costumes who tried to trade things from home for a prize behind one of three curtains.

    • Brass: Well, if it isn't the boss himself. Where's your E-Street Band? This is a reference to Bruce Springsteen (often called The Boss). He released an album called "Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band."

    • Grissom: It looks like the planet Krypton. When looking at the victim's Heart found in the desert its frozen, in the Superman comics his homeworld of Krypton is traditionally a frozen ice world

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