Sara becomes a suspect when a man she had an encounter with turns up dead; Sara feels the impact of her separation from Grissom.
Best part of this episode was the last few minutes with Sara, Nick, and Greg. It was nice to see those three together.
Too bad this episode was so predictable, although they did recycle a character from the awful episode set in Frank's diner. I did like the little scene with Nick and the new detective confronting the suspect in the garage. I wouldn't want to cross Nick when he gets in protective mode.
It was no big surprise to hear that Grissom dumped Sara. He obviously sensed she wasn't happy with their long distance relationship or that is what the writers led us to believe with her avoidance of Grissom's phone calls. I am probably in the minority of never wanting those two to hook up anyway, so it is nice we are done with that. This also frees up William Petersen having to make any more cameos via Skype or camera phone.
Nice touch to bring in Sara's mother. Small bit of continuity, which is welcome after 13 seasons.
Can Super Shue please go away?