Posted by Nick Cifuentes on December 14, 2011 in Entertainment

The Las Vegas crime lab is called into to process a victim where you would least expect.

When a man is found mysteriously murdered in the home of one of their own, the Las Vegas crime lab scrambles to solve the case. When the victim turns out to be a genealogist, the case will reveal a dark family secret.

Meanwhile, Greg Sanders’ (Eric Szmanda) interest in his own family history is renewed when he interviews a renowned geneaologist, Donna Hope (Pamela Reed), accurately tracks Greg’s family name to some well known historical figures.

The episode where crime hits home! The countdown to Catherine’s farewell begins. Tune in on Wednesday at 10/9c on CBS!

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  1. Dianne Carpenter

    Really enjoyed it, I was really happy to see that other shows were including genealogy into there story lines. It will only help put seeds of interest into people that have only been thinking of starting there journey.

  2. mary beth marchant

    I thought that was a great episode. I did not realize dealt with genealogy until I was into the episode but it was really well done I thought. Hopefully more topics such as this will be incorporated into other shows,

  3. Madolyn Hayne

    It is always great to have genealogy featured in mainstream TV shows and I love the CSI episode!
    However, I think it might have been a little ‘out-there’ whenever she heard a new Surname she would immediately start a litany on the name. While we are always interested in varioua surnames, I don’t think most of us jump in with the history of a name. Just saying….it made her seem a little flaky.

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