CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 11 Episode 7

Bump & Grind

Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Nov 04, 2010 on CBS
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Episode Summary

The CSI team is on the job when a body turns up in a waste processing facility.

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  • Perfect

    This episode was so good that had I not seen the HD format and preview, I would have mistakenly placed it in season four or five. This was awesome. It kept me guessing the whole time who was the real Larry Lamotte and who was just pretending to be him. I actually expected the real Larry to be the killer, not the dead man. And I was kind of upset by the way that fake Larry's own secretary was killing all of those people and then justifying that murder by pointing a finger at the dirty deeds of her boss. It was kind of hypocritical.moreless
  • Not bad at all

    It was a good episode, one case this week. The case was a filler, identity theft, greed, murder, your normal and average episode.

    But it was the continuity that I enjoyed as well as the small Grissom mention. Sara gives Ray a good piece of advice, from all the things she's been through.

    The ending was nice, and I think it was because this show it all about the professional lives of the characters leaving the personal side apart, so Catherine asking Nick about his psychologist sessions and her comments to Hodges gave the episode something light to see, even when I hate Hodges.moreless
  • 11x07

    this case in my opinion is one of those cases wich started being an exellente chapter but when it gets to an specific point, it turns very slow and boring,

    compaired with other chapters from this season, this would be consider as A NORMAL chapter, considering that this season has had a lot of really bad cases.

    the thing I didn´t like here was the idea of the stolen identities, it was boring and it has been used in other cases, maybe the creators of CSi are tired of creating new and good ideas :(

    P.D: I´m from venezuela, I´m not an expert writing in English, please forgive my mistakesmoreless
Norbert Leo Butz

Norbert Leo Butz

Larry Lamotte

Guest Star

Brian Markinson

Brian Markinson

Julius Kaplan

Guest Star

Ginifer King

Ginifer King


Guest Star

Larry Mitchell

Larry Mitchell

Officer Mitchell

Recurring Role

Archie Kao

Archie Kao

Archie Johnson

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Nick: I think I'm gonna grab a beer...or ten. You wanna join me?

      Catherine: I don't think so.

      Nick (grins): You sure? We could talk about our feelings.

    • Sara: Everything that happens to us, the good and the bad, is part of us. Took me a long time to realize that, uh, it doesn't have to define who we are, we get to decide that.

    • Hodges: So, is this, uh, bullet fragment telling you a story?

      Greg: Once upon a time, a cranium met a nine-by-19 millimeter Parabellum round. The end.

    • Nick: Since when do you worry about identity theft?

      Greg: Every aspect of our life has been reduced to binary code, Nick. All we are is zeroes and ones. Easy pickings.

    • Nick: What is the code for suspicious ooze?

      Ray: 6-6-6. Well, at least the primordial variety, the stuff of creation, Heaven and Hell.

  • NOTES (2)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Rozdrcený a vyhozený (Crushed and Thrown Away)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: November 4, 2010 on CTV
      United Kingdom: February 22, 2011 on Five/Five HD
      Norway: March 22, 2011 on TVNorge
      Slovakia: August 11, 2011 on JOJ
      Germany: October 13, 2011 on RTL
      Spain: October 25, 2011 on AXN
      Finland: November 9, 2011 on MTV3
      Czech Republic: March 1, 2012 on TV Nova


    • Brass: Here's looking at you, kid.

      This is a quote from the 1942 movie Casablanca; it is Rick's (Humphrey Bogart) toast to Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman). It is used several times in the film, most notably very near the end as the two separate. It is considered one of the most memorable lines in film history.

    • Brass: I'll take Hell for 500, Alex.

      This is a reference to the game show Jeopardy!, where contestants choose the answer to a question they must answer, based upon category and dollar value. The show has been hosted since 1984 by Alex Trebek.