Sara and Grissom investigate the death of a woman, Kaye Shelton, found wrapped in a blanket in the mountains. With no way to confirm the time of death, Grissom relies on the insects found ...
See full summary »
Sara and Grissom investigate the death of a woman, Kaye Shelton, found wrapped in a blanket in the mountains. With no way to confirm the time of death, Grissom relies on the insects found on her body to establish a timeline. Catherine and Warrick work on a case of a stolen painting. Nick works solo on a case of a missing wife.Written by
It is somewhat appropriate that the director of "Sex, Lies, and Larvae," at least the portion of the episode devoted to the stolen paintings, is Thomas J. Wright - Wright did the paintings for every segment of the Night Gallery television series (in which host/creator Rod Serling introduced each story with a painting) in the early 1970s. See more »
Several of the bullets that Sara examines have already been fired. Expended shell casings would not be stored with live rounds, they would have been discarded. See more »
What if... you can hear the victim's screams? In the car, or at the store.
You have empathy for her, Sara. You want someone to pay for what was done to her. That's normal.
You want to sleep with me?
[looks up at her]
Did you just say what I think you said?
That way, when I wake up in cold sweat under the blanket, hearing Kaye's screams, you can tell me it's nothing, it's just empathy.
See more »