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    CSI - "Lucky Strike" 02/20

    Lucky Strike
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    The 5-year-old son of a professional basketball player is kidnapped while his father is at a casino, and a $5 million ransom is demanded. Elsewhere, Grissom and Nick investigate when a man with a wooden stake lodged in the back of his head stumbles out of his car and dies. Nick: George Eads. Warrick: Gary Dourdan. Brass: Paul Guilfoyle.

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    This one looks pretty gruesome, the stake-in-the-back-of-the-head guy.

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    I had to turn away at the beginning, but I liked this episode (well, except it was horrendously tragic), but it was a really interesting episode I thought as far as the cases.
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    I missed parts of this, but overall, I think the stake guy was a good storyline. The kidnapped-kid storyline I just wasn't feeling - the family turned me off.

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    Overall, I enjoyed the episode. Stakehead was the most interesting part, definitely. But the guy who played Tavian Tombs was very good at conveying the sense of entitlement some of those pro hoops players have. That plot line was a little recycled, though. Reminded me of the bogus ransom note from when the little baby was killed a while back. Now that show really got to me.
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