July 24 2024

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‘CSI’ Probes A Deadly Flight In ‘Keep Calm And Carry-On’

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The team must determine if a mid-air crime is connected to the death of one of the airplane’s passengers, in the twelfth episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’s fourteenth season. (Major spoilers after the jump!)

According to CSI Files sources, “Keep Calm and Carry-on” opens with Flight 111 making its descent toward Las Vegas. Kenny is drunk, and he has been eying Janet during the entire flight. He hits on her even though she isn’t interested, standing in the narrow aisle so she’s forced to squeeze past him on the way back to her seat. Once the plane lands, Kenny offers to get Janet’s carry-on out of the overhead compartment. He apologizes for being rude, but he isn’t ready to give up yet. He offers to buy her a drink to make up for his previous behavior. She rejects him again, but Kenny is distracted from making any more advances once he reaches for his own bag. The latch is undone, and his watch is nowhere to be seen. Unfortunately, he isn’t the only passenger who finds something missing from his baggage. Another man’s wallet is gone, and as more and more people realize they’ve been robbed, chaos erupts within the confines of the plane. Janet holds tight to her bag, panicking—she needs to leave immediately.

The CSI team is called to the road next to the airport, just on the other side of the fence. They find Janet dead and face down in the dirt. Considering how far her body rolled, she was going pretty fast when she tumbled down the embankment. A swerve mark on the road tells the story: Janet was thrown from a car that was going 45 miles per hour. The driver never stopped. This explains the abrasions on her skin and her broken neck, but she was also beaten before her death.

Janet’s flight arrived less than an hour ago, and she would have had to take a tram to the baggage claim from her arrival gate. The location of her body proves that she left the airport, but long lines meant she wouldn’t have had time to catch a cab or get a rental car. Someone must have picked her up. Janet’s carry-on is found just down the road, dirty but intact. The driver’s license inside identifies her as a local, but something isn’t right. A closer look reveals that the ID is fake—Janet may not even be her real name.

Please note that the above plot details have not been confirmed by CBS, Alliance Atlantis or Bruckheimer Films, and until such time you should treat this information as you would any other rumour. The above information comes from early script drafts and the details of the episodes are liable to change before the episodes are shown.

“Keep Calm and Carry-on” is expected to air January 15 on CBS.

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