Hodges: Wools are worsted. 12-ounce weight.
Grissom: That's heavy?
Hodges: Light ... weave. Mostly for season spanners.
Grissom: We're talking about clothes?
Hodges: Worsted is predominately used in the manufacturing of suits and light overcoats. The finish on this is trademark coating in high-end suits.
Grissom: Okay, good. Thanks. (turns to leave)
Hodges: Mmm. I'm not done. There was also blood present on the burnt wool.
Grissom: Did we get a DNA test?
Hodges: It's victim's blood, from your chef. I know what you're thinking. Couldn't possibly be his suit. Chefs wear checks and white shirts. But somebody did burn a bloody suit in the restaurant kitchen. A high-end suit. (beat) You have a candidate.
Grissom: You're the new guy.
Hodges: Yeah. Uh, David Hodges. Transferred from LAPD. (scoffs) They said I had an attitude problem. Said that I thought I was entitled.