‘CSI: Vegas’ Teases All the Evidence Has ‘Gone Down the Drain’ in Tomorrow’s Episode

by Taylor Cunningham
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Tomorrow night on CSI: Vegas, Grissom and the team will investigate a case about a mysterious melting man.

The official CSI: Vegas Twitter page dropped a new promo for Season 1 Episode 8, and it looks like things are going to get ugly. Or maybe “disgusting” is a better word. Well just say, if you have a weak stomach, skip watching the clip.

The Team Will Investigate Quite an Unusual Case This Wednesday

In the episode, a wealthy convention center owner named Vick seems to be the unfortunate victim of a very unusual murder.

Not only is Vick killed, but he’s also turned into goo and left to drain from his clawfoot tub. But when the team shows up, Vick hasn’t completely washed down the drain. And as the investigation progresses, Ramirez realizes that Vick isn’t the only person flowing around the tub.

“I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s like the guy just… melted,” agent Folsom says as he and Grissom look over the nauseating crime scene.

Watch the CSI: Vegas episode titled Pipe Cleaner on CBS tomorrow at 10/9c.

‘CSI: Vegas’ Star Jorja Fox Talks Risk of Most of Sara and Grissom’s Relationship Being Off-Screen

There has been a lot of romance and drama for Gil Grissom and Sara Sidle on CSI: Vegas. First, they had an on-again-off-again relationship. Then, they had an on-again-off-again marriage. But for some reason, the relationship didn’t get a lot of screen time on the original series.

However, the 2021 reboot hopes to change that. In it, the writers are showcasing the characters’ personal lives, which means we finally get to peek in on Grissom and Sidle’s romance.

Recently, Jorja Fox spoke about her character’s relationship, which is solid in the present day. She said that showing their dynamic on-screen is a “really, really new piece of the puzzle.” And she hopes audiences enjoy watching.

“So much of what happened over those 15 years played offscreen, and it was risky, too,” she told TV Insider. “We were like, ‘Oh gosh, are the fans even actually really going to want to see this?’…You had people who were very much against it, very much for it,” said Fox. “That’s always a good thing if your audience is passionate one way or the other. It’s always great when they are for you. But even if they’re against you passionately, it means that they’re invested in the story.”

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