CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 2 Episode 12

You've Got Male

Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Dec 20, 2001 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Grissom and Sara are called to the crime scene when two murder victims are found hidden in pipes at a construction site in the middle of an alfalfa field, while Catherine and Nick investigate an ostensible hunting accident. The investigation of the construction site murder reveals that the victims were sisters and the relationship of one of the sisters to a former prison inmate is a cause for suspicion -- especially when his presence is traced to the scene of the crime. Meanwhile, Catherine and Nick begin to doubt seriously that the body found in the woods was the victim of a hunting accident.moreless

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  • This was not the best I\'ve seen, but it was quite interesting and I thought it was good. You get to see a change in Sara, too.

    This was a great episode. Character development for Sara and it brought up the issue about people who have been released from prison and could they be trusted again. Like the ex-con believing that no one would trust his word against someone like Joan. That kind of thinking does happen. Unfortunately. It was an interesting set of stories and brought up a lot of thought provoking questions. I liked it.
Amanda Wyss

Amanda Wyss

Donna Marks

Guest Star

Holly Fulger

Holly Fulger

Mrs. Jasper

Guest Star

Clayton Rohner

Clayton Rohner

Park Ranger

Guest Star

Eric Szmanda

Eric Szmanda

Greg Sanders

Recurring Role

Robert David Hall

Robert David Hall

Dr. Al Robbins

Recurring Role

Geoffrey Rivas

Geoffrey Rivas

Det. Sam Vega

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Warrick: Donna is Joan's older sister
      Grissom: Well, we know what they have in common now, don't we? Genetics

      Goof: Since they are sisters, they have genes in common, not genetics. Genetics is a field of study within Biology.

    • Goof: Sara mispronounces Ely (should be EE-lee), which shouldn't have happened since Ely, Nevada, is home to a maximum security prison, and anyone in law enforcement would know how to pronounce it.

    • Goof: Sara says that because there are 7 diffrent IP addresses, Apollo must have used 7 diffrent computers. This is, however, not true. Some computers don't use a permanent IP address. Their IP addresses changes everytime they restart the computer.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Nick: Yep. We've reduced a 360 degree crime scene to a 45 degree angle
      Catherine: Congratulations to us. It's still a needle in a haystack. (Nick laughs)

    • Grissom: So, let me get this straight. I receive a catalog in the mail. I call a toll-free number to place an order and I'm giving my personal credit card information to a "Hello, I'm doing 'time-life'" operator?

    • (Sara reads Apollo's IP address)
      Grissom: Her Greek god is in the slam.

    • (Sara smells the container)
      Sara: Sweet and sour pork.
      Grissom: It smells fresh. (he puts it back and takes out another container) More sweet and sour. (he holds it out for Sara to smell. She immediately reacts to the age of the food) Mostly sour.

    • Grissom: Something doesn't seem right. (turns to the dark-haired body) Elaborate tattoos... perfectly dyed hair. Multiple body piercing. Tells me she craved attention.
      Doc Robbins: Sure. (Grissom turns to the light-haired body)
      Grissom: Blonde... seems almost prosaic. She doesn't even have pierced ears. She didn't shave her legs.
      Doc Robbins: A wildflower and a wallflower.
      Grissom: So, besides time of death, what do our dead flowers have in common?

    • Mickey Rutledge (a former criminal): Who's gonna believe a guy like me?
      Grissom: A guy like me.

    • Sara: The one thing you don't want to find at a murder scene.
      Grissom: A second body.

    • Grissom: Mr. Willoughby, do you mind if I fingerprint your spigot?
      Mr. Willoughby: No one's ever asked me that before.

    • Grissom: A girl...in a culvert pipe...at a highway construction site...in the middle of an alfalfa field... (turns to Brass) You got anything to add?
      Brass: Nothing as poetic.

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