|Posted on Jul 14, 2011 11:31am|
Our CSIs are on the verge of "hitting the cycle" where a homicide, suicide, accidental death and natural death occur in one shift. The natural death is the missing piece but the team discovers the other deaths were not what they first appeared to be; homicide turns out to be a suicide and suicide was a homicide. An extremely obese video game fanatic is found dead in what appears to be an accidental death but our team finds that the jealous ex-girlfriend of his new girlfriend murdered him. A man appears to be the victim of a home invasion robbery until our CSIs discover he staged his death because he was ashamed of that his gambling debts had caused thugs to steal from friends he was house sitting for and that his wife wanted nothing to do with him anymore. He wanted to end the pain he caused her so he tried to stage his death so she could collect on the insurance money. Their shift was coming to an end and the chances to get a call in for the illusive natural death seemed to be slipping away, as was the money the team had bet on who would get the call for the natural death. The last piece to the puzzle was closer than they thought when David finds Dr. Robbins new, obnoxious assistant is found dead in the Coronerâ€™s office by natural causes.