Did you notice he ran to Wendy's rescue when the biker babe mouthed off at her? (I didn't figure her for being undercover.) Good for the writers — they didn't gloss over his infatuation with the crime lab hottie.
"Who says chivalry's dead?," Hodges tell Simms after getting head-butted. "It's not, but it's got a busted nose," she says.
Awww. How sweet. :)
• That was no regular bar fight. I still don't understand the suspects' motive. SPOILER: Guess it had to do with them discovering he was an undercover cop. I wish that had been further developed. The story felt like it ended abruptly.
• Was the bar floor still bloody when Greg was crawling around, acting out the fight? Grrrross.
• Langston: "I think this is the first time I've been envious of crime scene evidence."
I love this guy. Last week, we learn he's a bluesman, now a biker dude! He's becoming more fascinating the more we found about him. I don't think the writers gave us enough personal stuff — not that I wanted a lot — about Grissom over the years.
• Don't like knowing that Brass committed adultery. And having his ex-lover be the culprit was — you got it — not a surprise. I did however LOVE the undersheriff's reaction to her seeing Brass and hugging him when she was notified about her husband's death.
• BTW, as much as I think the undersheriff is a creep, he handled the "notification" by the book. Norwalk Police Officer Dave Ditz once told me police are trained to share the death of a loved one straightforward; the undersheriff used almost the exact phrase Ditz told me is best to use, if memory serves me correctly.
• Did anybody else see the car bomb coming? I mean come on, the camera sticking on the car for an extended amount of time was a, er, dead giveway. (Didn't mean to have a pun — I promise! Readers: Yeah, right.)