When Stokes learns a violent man he helped put in prison is going to have his conviction overturned, the CSI race to find evidence to prove that he's guilty or else he's going to be released.
First things first, of course Finn is great at softball, getting a slo-mo potential homerun that she hamstrings in order to flirt creepily with Enrique Murciano (sorry, but he seemed about twelve in comparison to her). Of course, because she's amazing at everything, apparently.
Secondly, Nick's hair. Better than recently, but still very strange.
As to the case, I'm not sure why they were revisiting the "Vega was inexplicably a serial killer" thing, because I would have been happy to forget it. The characters, from Nick to Brass to magically appearing step-son, seemed like they didn't really get it, either.
What is the likelihood that all that evidence would still be around after that amount of time? Or that a drop of blood would survive a dog's digestive system and be uncontaminated enough to pull DNA years later?
And finally, can someone explain to me what the heck kind of softball they were playing at the end, because the cops tried to throw Finn out at home base and she slid and was safe, so apparently Henry didn't hit a home run out of the park based on Finn's super tip. So the other side now has the ball at home plate and Henry is still running and then being hoisted up, champion style, when in reality, he would have been tagged out easily. Unless they were only going to four points, or...? I get that they wanted the end scene of Henry doing well and someone sliding into home plate is more exciting to show, but couldn't they have had Henry do that part and not Finn? That at least would have made sense, and wouldn't have left us with Finn again being randomly amazing.
Oh, and apparently no one cares about what happens to the guy who was in jail for 8 years for something he didn't do. Softball triumph and creepily flirting Finn are a better endcap than justice!
Edited by iscoffy, Apr 12, 2012 @ 12:32 PM.