First 'A Night At The Movies' Plot DetailsBy Caillan
March 1, 2003 - 12:30 PM
See Also: 'A Night At The Movies' Episode Guide
Sources today revealed the first plot details for the nineteenth episode of CSI's third season, entitled "A Night At The Movies".
In the episode's A-story, Grissom and Catherine are called to an art house movie theatre, where a man was killed during a showing of the Alfred Hitchcock film Strangers on a Train. His name? Joe Sugarman, a dentist.
Under Sugarman's seat, Grissom finds a cell phone, with all the recent calls from a private number. Catherine also uncovers something important, a bloody Phillips head screw driver. Erik Barry, one of the theatre's staff, tells Grissom and Brass he saw a tall, blond woman leave the cinema during the movie, and she never returned. The CSIs now have their evidence — and a suspect.
The mysterious blond seems to be Audrey Hilden, a woman in her late twenties. When Grissom and Catherine pay her a visit, she is evasive, telling them that she was supposed to meet Sugarman at the cinema, but stood him up. Further evidence soon turns up at the movie theatre — a pair of gloves which the blond woman threw into a garbage can after making a phone call from the theatre. They match the palm print on the screw driver, and the phone. All the evidence points to Audrey...
Warrick, Sara and Nick's case centres around a dead fifteen-year-old, Robby Decoster, who was found in a warehouse with mysterious round bruises on his body and a single gunshot through his chest. DNA evidence on a beer bottle discovered at the scene places his older brother, Kevin, at the warehouse, but he denies all knowledge of what happened...
It is not known who wrote or directed "A Night At The Movies". 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.
"A Night At The Movies" will likely air in April or May, 2003.