I just finished watching it. Hmmm let me say that Greg is awesome as the smitten guy who falls for the wrong girl. Greg's attitude has changed, but he's still the vulnerable guy who everyone wants to protect, especially Nick. (that's for another thread ) This started out as a good solid episode. The team trying to piece together why these guys were dying, who owned the truck etc... But then it turned... I'm not sure what words can describe how it turned. Soapy? Personal? Tragic? Whatever but the ending was so over the top that I found myself laughing. Dita Von Teese is gorgeous! She has a fantastic body but her acting is hmm again no words. She was okay. To me, it's not a stretch to have women in that kind of work in Vegas. The money is good, and it's a lifestyle people can get sucked into. Cath can certainly attest to that. But the whole reasoning why just fell flat. I know CSI isn't about WHY per say, more about the who and the what, the where, etc.. but this case was more about the why. And the why was sort of lame. The best part was the convo between Cath and Greg. As I mentioned, Cath knows the lifestyle so there for can spot the 'rotten ones'. And as it showed on his face, Greg knew it was the right thing to do by letting Ellen go and the cops taking her. The 'I've loved you since Tuesday' remark had me cracking up. As a homage to the Film Noire scene, I get. But as a line in CSI, it was laughable. Sorry folks but that was just so overdone. A fair episode, not the worst but not a great one either.