For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo... ...if Romeo was a dog. I'm not sure what to think about this episode. I really enjoyed all the team members doing their thing. Nick, Greg, and Sara were awesome. We had more of Cath and less Ray . They need to do the teaming up of Sara and Catherine more often. I like them together when they get along. From now on all duos in the field should be Nick and Greg, Sara and Cath, and leave Ray in the lab. Did anyone else notice Greg mention Warrick? It may have been me, but did Nick hesitate after Greg said it? I think I've been reading too much fanfiction. The revelation of Catherine and Vartann didn't even phase me. I like it. Vartann is my favorite detective behind Brass and Sofia (wherever she might be). As for the case, I wish it were two seperate ones. At the beginning, I prayed the shooting and the body dump were not connected. I sensed they were, but I still hoped. Darn it. After they were connected, and Sam was revealed to be suicidal and not a sociopath, I lost interest. Is it wrong that I wanted Sam to jump? Favorite scene: Greg and Catherine making jokes. Perhaps everything is alright with them now. Oh, and it was nice to see Bobby D. again. All in all, decent but not the best. Leave it to CSI to make the holidays depressing.