I apologize for being kind of late for this discussion. This episode seems alright, though, I'm not at all familiar with delusions of being werewolves or a vampire. So, I wouldn't know if such disorders or disease actually exist. I wasn't surprised about Cath and Vartan, since there has been lots of talk about their relationship, so I've been spoiled enough. Or because I couldn't watch some episodes, including the end, from last season. I'm loving funny exchanges between Nick and Greg, even the mentioning of vomit while Nick is eating. And Greg's vest = ! I just couldn't keep a straight face when wolfman was being interrogated by Nick and Ray. With the "mortal enemy" and "shift on a full moon" speeches and the looks each of them have. Too much :rommie:. And "aswang"! Growing up most of my life in an English-speaking place, I hardly know about most words in my native country (The Philippines). This reminds me of Warrick finding "balut" (which is actually pronounced baw-loot than bawloht like Warrick did) in the Go To Hell episode. It actually means duck fetus eggs, which I used to enjoy as a kid, now I can't even touch them because of what they are. Duck fetus eggs. So, that nasty-looking thing in the kitchen that Warrick found was so not balut at all. Is there a Filipino crew member in CSI, or what?? And George/Nick is there on both occasions, and he does look a little Asian/Pacific Island-like to me and not full Texan. It makes me wonder. :wtf: As for Ray's grip on the suspect, there should have been back-up, and someone else to apprehend wolf boy, even for someone who's been stabbed and lost a kidney. Hopefully, this will be a rare moment on Ray's part for moments to come. I don't really know him that much, with the exceptions of stories about him being part of some killings of patients, I don't really remember. There's some kind of mystery, and somehow dark one, to Ray, that I hope would be revealed sooner or later as to why he is sometimes the way that he is. At least, he's not always in my face and I wouldn't cringe much at the thought of him getting rough with a suspect occasionally, like Eric Delko in Miami does especially to a suspect dying of poisoned food. Everyone in CSI have had their bad moments, and I wouldn't be too quick to say that they have anger issues. If they didn't have bad moments, then that wouldn't make the show interesting, now would it? I rate this a 7.8 out of 10.