CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 5 Episode 4

Crow's Feet

2
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Oct 21, 2004 on CBS
8.9
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A woman is found dead in a hotel suite with symptoms of the ebola virus. However the dead woman and another woman found later have similar symptoms, are linked to a health spa selling cures to help slow the effects of aging. Catherine and Nick investigate. Sara and Greg with help from Grissom try to determine how the owner of a home was killed while his home was tented for infestation. Both of his neighbours inhaled the poison used during the fumigation.moreless

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  • Xtreme makeover

    8.6
    I liked the episode but it wasn't one of my favorites mainly because Warrick wasn't there. I was highly disgusted by the drinking of the pee thing. Ugh, who does that? I would just have to be old and wrinkly before I would stoop to that level. I found the dead rat scene with the maggots was a little disturbing as well. I love that Greg is out working cases. He is one of my favorite CSI's. This episode kinda made my question the safety of house exterminations. The poor guy got sick just by living next door. I live in an apartment building.moreless
  • Woman found in a hotel with red marks all over her.

    9.1
    This episode was very good. I thought the begining was cool how the room was under qurintine. I thought it was gross how the girls drink there pee that was disturbing. It was kinda a look at catherine and her aging. I also thought the crime scene Gil sara and Greg were at was cool too. I liked when Grissom asked the exturminators if they ever felt bad about killing bugs and they said what kind of question was that? i was laughing so hard! I thought it was really cool how both of the crimes ended up it wasnt like exactly how you thought it was gonna be.moreless
  • Crows Feet

    8.1
    Feet are the cdc of Ebola. Woman had holes all in her. 42 lazer burns on her body. Woman had lazor surgery before she came on. Found urine on stomach woman does anything to keep from showing wrinkles and believed that the doctor who helped her do all of this did a certain thang, and killed her. Exterminator found womans body found long and blue feathers. Victim suffocated from the gas. Went into the house and became over whellmed by the fumes. Man drowned from the fumes. Lungs filled with liquid from the fumes in the house. Exterminator got caught by the man and killed him and then set off the fumesmoreless
  • A woman died in a hotel. Her and another woman found later have similar symptoms, are linked to a health spa selling cures to help slow the effects of aging. Sara and Gregtry to find out how a the owner of a home was killed while his home was tented.moreless

    8.5
    A woman is found dead in a hotel suite with symptoms of the ebola virus and later CSI finds out its just from an extensive makeover. However the dead woman and another woman found later have similar symptoms, are linked to a health spa selling cures to help slow the effects of aging. Catherine and Nick investigate. Sara and Greg with help from Grissom try to determine how a the owner of a home was killed while his home was tented for infestation. Both of his neighbours inhaled the poison used during the fumigation. What really happened?



    i really like this one. I like what happens with the tented house. I also like it when Greg is doing field work. Hes really funny and you get to see him moremoreless
  • This is why Marg Helgenberger deserves another Emmy!

    10
    Honestly the cases in this episode didn't really intrigue me that much. I did like the scene in the lab with Nick and Catherine ("Make a muscle, Nicky"). Very funny and nice view of George's muscle.



    What I loved about this episode though was Marg's performance in the scenes with the doctor, specifically in his office the first time. The man tries to tear down Catherine's walls about his profession, tearing her down in the process. She plays it beautifully.moreless
David Anders

David Anders

Travis Watson

Guest Star

Steven Brand

Steven Brand

Dr. Malaga

Guest Star

A.J. Buckley

A.J. Buckley

Ted Martin

Guest Star

Larry Sullivan

Larry Sullivan

Officer Akers

Recurring Role

David Berman

David Berman

David Phillips

Recurring Role

Alex Carter

Alex Carter

Detective Vartann

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • Title: Crow's Feet

      Refers to the red, lightning-shaped, lines that appear in the eyes of someone who has been deprived of sufficient sleep.

    • Goof: When Catherine enters the beauty salon, you can clearly see the real name of the beauty salon they are filming in, on the glass door. The real name is Blue Medi Spa, in Sherman Oaks, California on Ventura Blvd.

    • Goof: While Doc Robbins was going over the autopsy for Nick and Catherine, you can see the dead woman's eye twitch during a close up of her face.

    • Goof: When David delivers the purse (or handbag as we'd call it this side of the pond) to Catherine and Nick, which had been supposed to come in with the victim, he hands it over - no gloves. They take it - no gloves. They open it and pour the contents on the desk and start to pick things up - again no gloves. Surely this is still evidence and new evidence at that. There could be prints or anything on this stuff, so a bit of the five-fingered latex would be called for.

    • Catherine mentions the title of the episode Crow's Feet in the episode.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Catherine: So what are we lookin' at?
      Det. Vartann: Um, 419, suspicious circs. Uh, honestly, I have no idea.
      Catherine: Okay, it's my turn now. Clear the scene.

    • Nick: I don't get it. These woman, the time, the pain, the effort. For what? Smoother skin? Please.
      Catherine: Make a muscle Nicky.
      Nick: What?
      Catherine: Roll up your sleeve, make a muscle. (he rolls up his sleeve and makes a muscle and Catherine feels it and is impressed) Now how much time went into this? I'm gonna guess 5 days at the gym, low carb, low fats, slow burn, and for what, Nicky? For what?
      Nick: That's a good point but it's not the same thing.
      Catherine: No. It's nice, though.
      Nick: Well, thanks, I'm not even flexing it yet either.
      Catherine: Really? But it's rock hard.
      David (appears in doorway holding a purse): Sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt... barge in.
      Nick: No, no, it's all right, Super Dave. Nice purse.

    • Sara: What are you doing with potassium nitrate?
      Grissom: I'm making a bomb. Two bombs, actually. (he takes a scoop of sugar and adds it to the mix)
      Sara: And sugar. You're making sweet bombs?
      Grissom: I'm making smoke bombs.

    • (Processing the victims house)
      Nick: Do you uh, think these supplements really work?
      Catherine: Why you askin' me?
      Nick: I'm just askin' a question, Catherine.
      Catherine: Scientifically, there's not a whole lot of evidence. (they continue to process and Catherine finds more beauty products)
      Nick: More lotions and potions.
      Catherine: You gonna ask me if these work too?
      Nick: No. I'm gonna go process the bathroom.

    • Travis: I heard that you found urine in the vic's stomach.
      Catherine: I'm not sure if it's hinky or kinky.
      Travis: When I used to play ball for the Stars, we would pee on our palms during spring training, toughen up 'em up, you know.
      Catherine: Remind me to never shake your hand.
      Travis: I'll put on a glove first.
      Catherine: That's always a good idea. (Travis laughs)

    • Doc Robbins: I found ten cc's of urine in her stomach. Digestive system is intact and I found no bruises or abrasions in her mouth. So there's only one way it could've gotten there.
      Catherine: Chug-a-lug.

    • Sara: We're going to need a urine sample.
      Mr Kendle: Why?
      Greg: You may be suffering from sulphural-floride gas poisoning. Urination is the only way for the poison to get out.
      Mr Kendle: I got the flu.
      Sara: If that's true then your urine will be sulphural-floride free.
      Greg: But if you're lying, you're in big trouble.

    • Catherine: Hang on. You consider aging as a disease?
      Dr. Malaga: With a 100% mortality rate.

    • Grissom: Does it bother you that you make your living killing insects?

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