Just a few things I noticed about last night's episode:
• "CSI" is as much about anatomy lessons as it is crime investigation. I believe most viewers take the graphics for granted. Showing how the bull rider's and bull's skeletons moved during the competition was quite well done.
• Since when did Grissom start writing poetry? To Nick, he described it as a way to organize one's thoughts. Nick responds: "I thought he was writing about his girl." Grissom (after a pregnant pause): "That, too."
It seems like someone misses Sara …
• Wasn't it a little much for Warrick — after not being in the entire episode — "happen" to drive into the parking deck beside the truck where the cowboy was about to commit suicide, just as the BOLO alert was being broadcast?
• And I need some help here: Nick mentioned missing Warrick, saying it was good to see him back. But where has he been? And didn't Warrick's wife, whom we never saw/met, die? IMO, that subplot added nothing. Why introduce a character who is mentioned but never seen and then kill her off?