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CSI Files - Formalities
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Series: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'
Episode Title: 'Formalities'
Episode Number: 0507
Synopsis: "Grissom abruptly leaves a dinner honoring Conrad Ecklie's appointment to new Assistant Director of the Crime Lab after he gets an urgent page to rush across the street to a hotel suite where a high school student was found dead. Dayshift CSI Sofia Curtis assists Grissom with the case. The autopsy reveals that the victim died of suffocation after one of her classmates was kidnapped from the party. The CSI team now races to find the kidnapped victim before she is found dead, too."
Original Airdate: November 11, 2004Credits
Written By: Naren Shankar & Dustin Lee Abrahams
Directed By: Bill Eagles
- Rumoured to revolve around the death of Becca Jensen, a teen girl who finally gets her wish of being invited to a hotel heiress's party, but dies after a drug overdose. But the CSI team's investigation reveals she may not be the only victim - the hotel heiress herself has been kidnapped. (September 27, 2004 - CSI Files)
- Actress Danica Stewart played a dead girl in both this episode and in CSI: Miami's "Camp Fear". Speaking to the New York Times, she said "On C.S.I.: Miami I played a dead body, too. And my eyes were open on that one. It's so much better when they're closed, because when they're open you can't blink and you have to have no movement in your eyes. So I was like, 'Eyes are closed, whew.' " (November 12, 2004 - CSI Files)