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#717 : La fin du match

Grissom et son équipe enquêtent sur la disparition de Ryan une star du basket-ball d'un lycée, et de sa petite amie pom pom girl. Grissom pense que les jeunes amoureux ont fui ensemble au Mexique. Mais après avoir découvert des traces de sang sur la place de parking vide du jeune homme, les Experts ne sont guère optimistes sur leur survie. En examinant les alentours du parking de l'école, ils trouvent une veste et un pull de pom pom girl dans une remise, ainsi qu'une flaque de sang. Les analyses confirment qu'il s'agit de celui de Ryan. Les enquêtent recherchent d'autres indices pour comprendre ce qui s'est passé. 

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La fin du match

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Plus de détails

Écrit par : Marlane Gomard Meyer 
Réalisé par : Christopher Leitch 

Avec : Louise Lombard (Sofia Curtis), Wallace Langham (David Hodges), Liz Vassey (Wendy Simms), Larry Mitchell (Officer Mitchell), Archie Kao (Archie Johnson) 

Guests :

  • Reiley McClendon ..... Charlie Kellerman 
  • Lyndsy Fonseca ..... Megan Cooper 
  • Matt Lanter ..... Ryan Lansco 
  • Yaani King ..... Sheila Latham 
  • Laura Harris ..... Diane Kentner 
  • Bridget Ann White ..... Brenda Cooper 
  • Matt Roth ..... Sam Cooper 
  • Todd Allen ..... Eddie Lansco 
  • Timi Prulhiere ..... Linda Lansco 
  • Valarie Pettiford ..... Susan "Sue" Latham 




(Three cheerleaders with their pom-poms run through the hallway.)

(The trophy case with various awards.)

GRISSOM: (v.o.) Primitive people refused to be photographed, fearing the
camera would steal their soul.

(Just beyond the trophy case are large photos of various high school students –
Sheila Latham, Charlie Kellerman with his camera, Megan Cooper in her
cheerleader uniform and Ryan Lansco in his basketball pose.)

GRISSOM: (v.o.) Like any good hunter, the photographer stalks, takes aim, and
shoots an image. Who's to say that when the shutter traps that moment in time
those primitive fears weren't well founded?



(A basketball game is in progress. Photographers stand on the side snapping
photos of Ryan Lansco on the court.)

(On the sidelines is a group of photographers. The game is in timeout and the
cheerleaders step out onto the court. Ryan Lansco turns and smiles at his
girlfriend, Megan Cooper.)


(Ryan’s parents are sitting in the audience. Sheila Latham is in the stands
cheering her team.)

(The photography teacher, Diane Kentner, helps a student take photos.)

(The cheerleaders continue their routine.)

(A camera flashes and a PHOTO is taken.)

Various PHOTOS SHOTS of:

-- Megan Cooper.
-- Ryan Lansco.
-- Sheila Latham.

(The game continues. Megan takes a seat next to Charlie Kellerman. They watch
the game. The score is 42-HOME, 43 GUEST. There’s ten seconds left on the

(The buzzer sounds and the ball is in play. Ryan Lansco gets the ball and
passes to a teammate. He moves into position and gets the ball again. He
shoots. He scores. Time runs out. The buzzer sounds. Game is over.)

(Everyone rushes out onto the court. Megan runs to Ryan. Ryan’s father runs up
to congratulate him.)

PHOTO FREEZE-FRAME: The scene is frozen and captured. Camera pulls back -- out
of the gym and into the hallway.

(We linger on the large photos of the students hanging on the wall. The first
one of Ryan Lansco – as he slowly vanishes. The second photo of Megan Cooper as
she also vanishes.)




(Megan’s parents – Brenda and Sam Cooper – and Ryan’s parents – Eddie and Linda
Lansco – are in Brass’s office.)

SAM COOPER: Megan has no reason to run away. She's always been a happy kid and
we trust her implicitly.

BRENDA COOPER: Captain, this is not like her. Of course it's no accident
they're missing together.

EDDIE LANSCO: Ryan has a scholarship to Duke. He's not going to throw it away
for some chippie.

SAM COOPER: Excuse me? "Chippie?”

LINDA LANSCO: Your daughter's the one who's calling our house twenty-five times a day.

BRASS: All right, all right, all right. This isn't helping. Now, the kids
have been missing since last night. Why’d you wait till now to report it?

BRENDA COOPER: We thought that Megan was sleeping over at Sheila's.

BRASS: Sheila who?

BRENDA COOPER: Uh, Sheila Latham, her best friend. When I called Megan on her
cell phone this morning, I couldn't reach her, so I called the house, and, uh,
she wasn't there. And Sue Latham didn't know anything about a sleep-over.

EDDIE LANSCO: Ryan doesn't have a curfew. But he never stays out all night.

LINDA LANSCO: He's not answering his cell phone, and his van is missing.

SAM COOPER: Captain, please, find my daughter before she does something stupid.

BRENDA COOPER: Stupid I can live with. I need to know they're okay.




TOP VIEW DOWN: Officer car #682 is parked across three parking stalls.

(Officer Mitchell walks around the car.)

BRASS: (from radio) The last place they were seen was the parking lot at the
school after the game.

(Grissom is carrying his kit and headed to parking stall #42.)

GRISSOM: (to phone) These two kids have only been missing for fourteen hours.
They could have eloped to Mexico.

BRASS: (from phone) I know it’s a favor, but ...

GRISSOM: (to phone) All right. But you owe me one for getting me out of bed
on a Saturday morning.

(Grissom hangs up and meets up with Officer Mitchell.)


OFFICER MITCHELL: This is Ryan Lansco's assigned parking spot. His drives a
blue '72 Ford van. It's missing.

GRISSOM: What do you want me to test?

(He indicates the dark drops on top of the oil spots in the middle of the
parking stall.)

OFFICER MITCHELL: Doesn't look like transmission fluid.

(Grissom opens his kit and takes out his gloves.)

GRISSOM: Did you have assigned parking when you were in high school?

OFFICER MITCHELL: No. I didn’t even have a car.

(Grissom swabs a sample and tests it.)

GRISSOM: Yeah, it's blood. I hope they're in Mexico.






(Nick and Grissom check the parking lot for more blood drops. More officer cars
are there.)

NICK: Forty may be the new twenty, but 16's the new 30, between cars and cell
phones and the Internet.

GRISSOM: Yeah, well, the world's become a very small place, Nick. All the
vices are closer to home.

(Nick swabs a stain on the asphalt and tests it. It tests positive.)

NICK: Hey.

(Nick and Grissom continue through the ground and head toward the track field.)

(On the field, Nick finds some polyfill caught in the metal gate hinge.)

(On the track, Grissom finds more polyfill.)

GRISSOM: More polyfill.

(Nick nods. Together, they continue searching for more evidence. Nick stops to
check something on the track. Grissom sees blood on the football equipment.)

GRISSOM: Hey, Nick?

NICK: Yeah?

GRISSOM: This looks like arterial spraying. Something bad happened here.

(Grissom points to more blood on the equipment.)

NICK: A little blood in the parking lot, a lot of blood here. But very little in between?

(They look around the field. Nick sees something.)

NICK: Hey. Look at that equipment shed door.

(They head over to the shed. The door is partially opened. Grissom checks the ground on his way there.)

GRISSOM: Some kind of broken glass.

(There’s a shoe print on the door near the knob.)

GRISSOM: Well, this was kicked in.

(Grissom uses the end of his flashlight and pushes the door open. They look inside.)

(There’s a cheerleader’s top on one of the machines. There’s also a jersey with
‘LANSCO‘ embroidered draped on another machine.)

(Grissom and Nick look at each other.)




(Sofia gives Sheila Latham a cup of something to drink. Sheila’s mother, Sue,
is there also.)

SOFIA: Sheila.

(Sofia sits down.)

SOFIA: Megan told her parents she was spending the night with you.

SHEILA LATHAM: (shrugs) But first she was ... gonna hook up ... with Ryan
after the game.

SOFIA: Do you know where?


SUE LATHAM: Sheila ...

SHEILA LATHAM: What? I don't know.

SUE LATHAM: Excuse me? Your best friend is missing and you're at a police
station. Act accordingly. And sit up straight.

(Sheila sits up straight.)

SOFIA: Are you okay?

SHEILA LATHAM: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I just have a headache.

SUE LATHAM: Were you drinking last night?

SHEILA LATHAM: Mom, no! (to Sofia) Look ... a couple of us went out for
burgers and then I came home. Megan was supposed to call me on my cell ... and
I was going to go downstairs and let her in.

SOFIA: And did she call?


SOFIA: And you weren't worried?

SHEILA LATHAM: I thought it was just an overtime make-out session. I fell asleep. And now I'm here.




(Catherine and Grissom walk through the hallway.)

CATHERINE: Both kids have an ATM card. Neither's been used since they went
missing. No calls were placed from either of their cell phones. There's an APB
out on Ryan's van-- no hits. An APB has gone out to local hospitals-- nothing
yet. I know. It sucks.

GRISSOM: Any calls placed before they went missing?

CATHERINE: Where do I start? Megan and Sheila phoned each other about a dozen
times. A handful of calls were placed to Charlie and Bonnie. They're both on
the cheerleading squad. "Hair up or down? Black socks or gold socks?"

GRISSOM: How about Ryan?

CATHERINE: Ryan, uh, and Megan exchanged a few calls. He phoned home twice.
His last call was after the game to a Diane Kentner. She is the photography
teacher at the high school. Warrick is following up and ... I'm going to
collect DNA exemplars from the kids' houses. My favorite part.

(Catherine walks away.)




(Nick takes an impression of the shoe print off the shed door. Greg is
gathering the jerseys off the equipment.)

GREG: Wish I had one of these back in high school.

NICK: What's that? A letter jacket?

GREG: No. No, a love shack. Back seat of my car got real old, real fast. I
was getting so much play my senior year, I seriously considered getting a

NICK: Well, I never accused you of not being smart. Greg, you're a little weird, but ... a hearse?

(Nick indicates the ropes tied to the equipment.)

NICK: So what's with the ropes, Casanova?

GREG: Well, I don't think they were working out. Looks like what started out as a good time went bad.




(Hodges puts the glass pieces together and takes the large piece and puts it in
a dish. He puts it under a scope. Grissom walks in.)

HODGES: I'd know those footsteps anywhere. The glass you found on the track is
optical glass. Camera lens, not spectacle. Camera lenses have one side that's
round and one side that's flat for a high refractive index.

GRISSOM: It bends the light more.

(Hodges takes the results out of the printer.)

HODGES: It also has magnesium fluoride and calcium fluoride coatings for anti-

(Grissom looks at the test results.)

HODGES: You're looking for a high-end, non-compact camera -- Nikon, Leica, or
Canon -- that's missing its lens.

GRISSOM: Thank you, David.

(Grissom turns to leave.)




(Warrick meets with Diane Kentner.)

WARRICK: Warrick Brown from the Crime Lab. (They shake hands.) Thanks for
coming in on a Saturday.

DIANE KENTNER: Diane Kentner. I took these photographs of Megan and Ryan.

WARRICK: You took these.

DIANE KENTNER: Yeah, I teach photography.

WARRICK: Well, that's a nice shot right there.

DIANE KENTNER: Thanks. That's Charlie Kellerman. I try to take pictures of
what the kids are passionate about.

WARRICK: So I guess he's passionate about photography.

DIANE KENTNER: Yeah. That and Megan. Charlie's in love with her. She's in
love with Ryan. Ryan's in love with his future. Ah, high school.

WARRICK: Yeah. Did you notice any drama yesterday in class between Megan and Ryan?

DIANE KENTNER: No. I mean, if a day goes by that a teenage girl doesn't cry in
my class, it's a rarity. But yesterday, it wasn't Megan. And Ryan's head was
already in the game. He's got a lot of pressure on him. He's oldest of six.
His parents are already counting the money that he's gonna make from his first
NBA contract.

WARRICK: Hmm. Ms. Kentner, what kind of cameras do you use in class?

DIANE KENTNER: We have a couple of junky ones. Students usually bring their own.

WARRICK: And what about your own personal collection?

DIANE KENTNER: Well, I'm old school. I mean, I took these with a Hasselblaad,
but ... otherwise, I use a Minolta I've had forever. Why?

WARRICK: Just following up on some evidence. And Ryan called you after the
game last night.

DIANE KENTNER: Yeah, he wanted copies of the photos the photography club had taken.

WARRICK: And he called you on your cell?

DIANE KENTNER: Yeah, I put it on the syllabus. You can have it if you want.

WARRICK: No, thanks. I've ... I've already got it.




(Greg and Nick look at the football equipment.)

GREG: I'm not seeing any evidence of other people. It's possible that the
basketball player snapped, killed the cheerleader, took her body and drove off.

NICK: What about the busted door?

GREG: He starts out the big romantic ...

(Quick flash to: Ryan is carrying Megan on his back. He kicks the door open.)

MEGAN COOPER: Oh, don't break your million-dollar foot.


(They go into the equipment room.)

GREG: (v.o.) And that's when things went south.

(Ryan removes Megan’s clothes.)

MEGAN COOPER: Hey. Stop. I told you Come on. I want to wait till prom.

RYAN LANSCO: It's gonna be fun.

(He puts her wrists in the ropes.)


(End of flash.)

GREG: She pushes him off, makes a run for it. But he realizes that an
attempted rape charge might crash a Duke scholarship, so he chases her down and
bashes her head in.

(Nick’s phone rings. He answers it.)

NICK: (to phone) Stokes. Oh, hey, Wendy. Really? Yeah, thanks.

(Nick hangs up.)

NICK: How does your theory account for the fact that all the blood's Ryan's?

GREG: It doesn't.

NICK: Okay. Let's say I'm a Lovers Lane rapist. I stalk them. I want me a
high school cheerleader. What's the first thing I do?

GREG: You take out the basketball player. Grab her, take her somewhere more

NICK: Why take Ryan's body?

(Greg shakes his head.)

NICK: (to the officers) People ... let's spiral out.


(Nick, Greg and the officers search the field for evidence.)

(Nick and Greg are walking further out to the road. They find debris on the
ground. Nick takes his camera out. He sees the broken glass and items.)

(He kneels down in front of the bloodied shoe.)






(Greg snaps photos of the debris. Grissom walks up to him.)


GREG: Accident debris. Broken turn signal light. Lots of pieces of grille for
a physical match. Shoes match the description of the sneakers Megan Cooper was
wearing last night.

(Greg picks up the shoe.)

GREG: So far, the only blood I found was on the shoes.

(Grissom looks over at Nick, who is headed their way.)

NICK: This road has almost no traffic at night. Take a look at this.

(Nick shows Grissom the tire prints.)

GRISSOM: Looks like acceleration marks.

NICK: Start out heavy, and then they fade out as the vehicle gains momentum.

INSERT: CLOSE-UP of tire burning rubber.

NICK: They're in a direct line with the accident debris. That tells me it's
probably related to the impact. If Megan was hit by a car, hard enough to knock
her out of her own shoes, I doubt she just walked away from this.

GRISSOM: So far there's no reports of anyone fitting Megan's description being
admitted to area hospitals.

NICK: I had a friend once that got hit by this big-ass van.
Knocked him like two hundred feet in the air.

(Grissom looks out at the area.)


(Nick and the officers are searching the tall grass on the side of the road.
Grissom is at the top of the hill using the height to look around. He sees


NICK: Yeah?

GRISSOM: Straight ahead of you about twenty yards.

(Nick heads off in the direction and sees the body on the ground. He starts
running toward the girl.)

NICK: Yeah! Yeah, I got her.

(He checks for a pulse.)

GRISSOM: Is she still alive?

NICK: Barely.

(Nick turns the girl’s head. It’s Megan Cooper.)




(Brenda Cooper is waiting in Brass’s office. She sighs. Through the wall
glass, we see Brass on the phone and headed back to his office.)

BRASS: (to phone) Yeah ... Okay ... All right. Right, yeah, yeah, hold on.
(to the parents) We found Megan. She's alive. She was found on the side of the
road near the high school. She's apparently victim of a hit-and-run car
accident. She's in a very serious condition and has been taken to Desert Palm

LINDA LANSCO: And what about Ryan?

BRASS: We haven't found him yet. We're still looking. (to phone) Go ahead.

(Brass heads out of the office.)

BRENDA COOPER: (to Sam) Let's go.

(Brenda grabs her jacket and heads out with Sam. Eddie hugs Linda as they
continue to wait.)






(Warrick and Sara arrive at another scene and meet up with Sofia.)

SOFIA: Uniforms found the van on patrol. They called it in. I cleared it,
waited for you guys to open it up.

(They turn and head toward the van.)

(They check the front for impact.)

SARA: Front end's intact. No damage, no paint transfer. There's no signs of
an accident.

WARRICK: The keys are still in the ignition. There's no blood on the driver's

SOFIA: Which means Ryan probably wasn't driving, because his blood was all over
the field.

(They check the back of the van.)

(There’s a stain under the back door handle. Warrick snaps a picture of it. He
opens the van’s back door. They find an unrolled sleeping bag.)

WARRICK: Body dump?

(Warrick opens the sleeping bag and finds it blood stained. No body.)

SARA: Where's the body?

(Warrick snaps pictures of the sleeping bag.)




(Charlie Kellerman carries some food over to Sam and Brenda Cooper. He offers
it to them.)



CHARLIE KELLERMAN: The best I could do. Any word?

SAM COOPER: Not yet.

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: You know Megan. She's a fighter. She'll pull through this.

BRENDA COOPER: Thank you, Charlie. Thank you. You've always been very good to

(Nick walks up to them.)

NICK: Excuse me. I'm Nick Stokes with the Crime Lab.

SAM COOPER: Oh, Charlie, he's the one that found Megan.


NICK: You're very welcome. I left your mom a message. I wanted to ask you a
few questions. You mind if I ... (to the Coopers) steal him for a minute?


(They step away. Nick and Charlie walk through the hallway.)

NICK: I understand you and Megan were pretty close, huh?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: We live next door to each other. I drive her to school
every day, home after cheerleading practice.

NICK: You wait that whole time? Don't cheerleaders work out for, like, hours?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: No, I'm, I'm on the squad.

NICK: Oh. (nods) Oh, okay.

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: Cute girls, short skirts.

NICK: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I get it. Did you wait for her after the ballgame the
other night?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: I don't usually see her after Friday night games. She
catches a ride home with Ryan.

NICK: Hey, Charlie, since you guys are so close you'd know if somebody had it
in for her, wouldn't you?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: The only person who was ever rude to Megan was Ryan.

NICK: How rude?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: Ryan was a dog. And the only person that wouldn't believe that was Megan.

(Nick nods.)




(Ryan’s van is in the garage. Sara and Warrick are processing it.)

SARA: High school kid with a van. We could have half the senior class in here.

WARRICK: Yeah, a bunch of minors that won't be in the system. That'll be helpful.

(Sara looks at the front seat. She opens the van door and finds the seat pushed up close to the wheel.)

SARA: Ryan is six feet. Whoever was driving must have adjusted the seat.

(She pushes the seat back and finds a phone.)

SARA: Hello.

WARRICK: What you got?

SARA: I got a cell phone.

(Warrick continues to snap photos of the back of the van.)

(Sara checks the phone.)

SARA: Battery's dead, so I don't know who it belongs to. But something tells
me that pink is not Ryan's color.

WARRICK: I don't know.

(Warrick picks up a pink thong.)

WARRICK: I think he might be always thinking pink.

(Warrick snaps photos of the thongs in the back of the van.)

WARRICK: If these all belong to one girl, she's got nothing left to wear.

SARA: You know, when I was in college, I had this boyfriend and I thought we
were monogamous. And one night, during the post-coital panty search, he handed
me a pair of underwear that wasn't mine.

WARRICK: Ooh. How'd he explain that one?

SARA: He said they belonged to his sister.

WARRICK: Yeah, right.

SARA: I know.

WARRICK: Let's hope your taste in men has improved since then.

(Sara nods.)

SARA: Yeah.




(Catherine has the sleeping bag open on the table and is marking the bloodstains
and recording her notes into a tape recorder.)

CATHERINE: There's a large rectangular blood pool at the center of the sleeping
bag ... with several satellite transfers. At each corner ... a four-plus-one
pattern consistent with transfer from bloody hands, indicating the body was
carried on the sleeping bag.

(Catherine turns the light off, puts her goggles on and uses the ALS.)

CATHERINE: Between ten and twenty semen stains. Some overlaid with blood.

(She uses another instrument and finds something on the monitor. She realizes what it is. Just then Grissom passes by.)


GRISSOM: You okay?

(Catherine shows him the monitor.)

GRISSOM: Phthirus Pubis.

CATHERINE: Yeah, crabs. I am buying Lindsey a chastity belt.

GRISSOM: There's a hole in the metal to let the urine pass. So theoretically, she could still get them.

CATHERINE: You are so creepy sometimes.

GRISSOM: You know, the incidence of STDs in monogamous couples is slim.

CATHERINE: Unless someone arrives at the party with them.

GRISSOM: So assuming they both have pubic lice, if either Megan or Ryan were
assaulted, they would have given them to their attacker.

CATHERINE: A sex pervert with an STD? That's not going to narrow it down.

GRISSOM: Yeah, but once they jump to the fresh host, crabs contain the DNA of
the receiver and the giver. Did the parents agree to an SAE kit?





(Archie is going through the card from the cell phone Sara found in the van.
Sara walks in.)

SARA: You rang?

ARCHIE: Yes. Found the owner of that cell phone.

SARA: Megan.

ARCHIE: Nope. Sheila Latham.

(The phone info reads:

SARA: What is Megan's best friend's cell phone doing in the front seat of her
boyfriend's van?

ARCHIE: (sings) If that's your boyfriend, if that's your boyfriend ...

SARA/ARCHIE (BOTH): (sings) He wasn't last night.




(Brass walks in the waiting room and finds Sue Latham at the vending machine.)

BRASS: Hi, hi, I'm sorry I'm late, but, you know, the sun goes down on missing kids and it's news.

SUE LATHAM: I know this sounds awful, but all I keep thinking is: thank God it wasn't Sheila.

BRASS: Doesn't make you a bad person.

(She’s putting money in the machine.)

BRASS: Oh, this, this, this thing is so broken. There's a trick to it.

SUE LATHAM: Ah. I lost two dollars in there.

BRASS: This is Vegas, baby. That's nothing.

(Brass does his trick on the machine and the can clatters out.)

SUE LATHAM: Thank you.

(Brass picks up the can and offers it to her.)

BRASS: Voila. Let's go to my office, okay?

(They head out to the hallway and into the next waiting room where Sheila is.)

SUE LATHAM: Look, I know you have questions for her, but, you know, Sheila
almost lost her best friend yesterday and she's still a little out of it.

BRASS: No, I get it, and I appreciate you bringing her in. (loud) Hey,

(Sheila is sleeping on the sofa, an open book in her hand.)

SUE LATHAM: See, she's exhausted. Oh, poor baby. Sheila, honey. It's time to
wake up. Captain Brass is here.

(She sets her bag down and nudges Sheila.)


(She rolls of the sofa and onto the floor.)


(Brass checks her.)

BRASS: We got a 421! Somebody run next door and get the squad medics.

SUE LATHAM: (crying) Sheila, honey!






(Sheila Latham is on the autopsy table. Robbins shares his findings with Brass
and Grissom.)

BRASS: I'll tell you it's been a banner week for teens and police. Two kids
disappear; one we can't find; one may not make it out of surgery; and another
one ends up dead in custody. I mean, I don't want to make this about me, but I
need to know my office is not responsible.

ROBBINS: Did you hit her over the head? Because COD is epidural hemorrhage
caused by a blow to the top of the skull.

(Quick CGI Flash of: The brain, the hit to the brain, and blood seeping out.)

ROBBINS: (v.o.) The blood clot pushed against the brain, which compressed the respiratory centers.

(End of flash.)

ROBBINS: Her brain stopped telling her body to breathe, and she died.

GRISSOM: How recent was the injury?

ROBBINS: I extracted about 150 cc's of partially clotted blood. Would have
taken at least a day to form, maybe longer.

BRASS: Wait, so ... Sheila suffered the blow around the same time that Megan
and Ryan were, um ... well, whatever they were.

GRISSOM: Did her mother mention the injury?

BRASS: Injury? No.

ROBBINS: Well, that's not the only secret she was keeping. She swallowed
something rather unusual, --

(The chest x-ray shows a card inside Sheila.)

ROBBINS: -- and she had crabs.

GRISSOM: Well, I can guess where she got those and who she gave them to. What
is it that she swallowed?

(Robbins shows them the card.)

GRISSOM: Looks like a memory card from a camera.




(Greg unzips Sheila’s pink backpack. He takes out Sheila’s pink tablet. Inside
the side pouch, he finds a broken camera.)

(He finds a strand of hair on the bottom of the camera. He takes the hair and
puts it in a bindle.)

(He measures the diameter of the broken lens from a photo and measures the size
of the camera lens.)

(He opens the card slot and finds it empty.)




(Archie looks at the connectors on the card under a magnifying glass.)

ARCHIE: Looks like the metal connectors got pretty gacked up by the stomach
acids. Let's see if it still downloads.

(Archie puts the card in the port and starts it up.)

ARCHIE: Ah, we're in luck.

(On the card is Ryan Lansco tied with ropes to the equipment in the shed.)

ARCHIE: I'm guessing that's your missing basketball player.

GREG: Yeah. In the equipment shed.

RYAN LANSCO: (from video) Look, I don't even know how I got crabs.

GIRL’S VOICE: You (from video) got them from humping everything that moved,
you big loser. Now, read.

RYAN LANSCO: (from video) What are you so mad about?

GREG: “Danger”? It looks like lipstick.

RYAN LANSCO: (from video) Come on, guys. It's cold in here! You could at
least close the door. (reads) I, Ryan Lansco ... am a diseased subhuman sex
pervert. If you do me, you'll go home with a souvenir: your own little crab
colony. (angrily) My parents better never see this!

GIRL’S VOICE: (from video) Oh, yeah? This is going up on YouTube, or maybe
you'd like to put it on your FriendAgenda page. You put everything else up
there, why not your crotch rot?

GREG: Handheld camera. There's a light in the room. Someone opened the door.
There's got to be more than one person yanking his chain.

ARCHIE: You know, hang on, I can give you one voice comparison right now.

(Archie accesses the phone message left on Sheila’s cell phone.)

SHEILA LATHAM: (from cell) Hi, guys, this is Sheila. Guess you missed me, but
if you leave me a message, I'll get you back.

(He takes a portion of it.)

SHEILA LATHAM: (from cell) Hi, guys, this is Sheila.

(He compares it to the video.)

SHEILA LATHAM: (from video) This is going up on YouTube.


ARCHIE: Oh, Sheila. So does that make her a victim or a suspect?

GREG: Maybe both.




(Nick talks with Megan Cooper.)

NICK: Megan, listen, I know you've already been through a lot, but you may be
the only one that can tell us what happened to Ryan.

MEGAN COOPER: Where is he?

NICK: We don't know. Let's start with the last thing you remember.

MEGAN COOPER: We were at the game ... and I did a perfect hurkey.

NICK: What's a hurkey?

MEGAN COOPER: It's a jump where you go ...

(She starts to show him and stops.)

MEGAN COOPER: I keep forgetting I can't move my legs.

(Brenda turns and buries her head in her husband’s shoulder.)


MEGAN COOPER: Mom, you're not helping.

NICK: Do you remember anything after the game? Anything?

MEGAN COOPER: We won. Everybody was happy. I remember being really cold.
There were lights. And then ... nothing. I'm sorry.

(She starts to cry and stops.)




(Warrick is watching the LANSCO FAMILY PRESS CONFERENCE on WFIN 19.)

EDDIE LANSCO: (from tv) If anyone knows anything about our son, please contact
the Las Vegas Police. He's a great kid, with a bright future ahead of him, and
we just want him home where he belongs.

(Grissom walks in. Warrick turns the television set off. He’s on Ryan’s web page.)

WARRICK: "I'm likin' basketball, virgin daiquiris, and sweet, sweet ladies."
It's Ryan Lansco's FriendAgenda page.

GRISSOM: What's a "Hit List"?

WARRICK: Well, he’s not an assassin. His van was like a hot sheets motel, and
he wants a password.

GRISSOM: Try "Megan."

WARRICK: It's too obvious.

(Grissom gives him a look.)

WARRICK: I'll try it anyway.

(He enters MEGAN and the computer beeps. The HIT LIST appears.)

(Warrick scoffs.)

GRISSOM: Men are never as mysterious as women wish they were.

(The HIT LIST reads:

Sheila L. – Couldn’t move it
Bunny B. – Is a honey bee
Diane K. – Taught me a thing or two
Laurie Z – Begged for it
Shelly T. – Wild woman
Megan C. – Sack artist

WARRICK: "Sheila L.-- couldn't move it. Bunny B. is a honey bee. Diane K.
taught me a thing or two." Diane K. Diane Kentner is his photography teacher.

GRISSOM: The fingerprint results on Ryan's van. No hits except on the back
door handle, came back to Diane Kentner. She was arrested last year at a
demonstration in support of an X-rated photography show.

WARRICK: Now, what's a photography teacher doing touching a student's van?

GRISSOM: Maybe she wanted a ride.




(Warrick interviews Diane Kentner.)

WARRICK: Ms. Kentner, the car that hit Megan Cooper left a broken turn signal
light in the road. It's from a Saab. Isn't that the car that you drive?

DIANE KENTNER: Yeah, along with hundreds of thousands of other Americans.

WARRICK: Well, we're going to need to take a look at yours.

DIANE KENTNER: Get a warrant and you can.

WARRICK: We also found your fingerprint on the door handle of the back of
Ryan's van. Could you explain to me how that got there?

DIANE KENTNER: Well ... Ryan helped me move an enlarger I got for the photo lab
for the school. My Saab wasn't big enough to move it.

WARRICK: Your name came up on, uh, Ryan Lansco's FriendAgenda page, what was
called a "Hit List." It's apparently a list of people that he slept with.

DIANE KENTNER: (laughs) Wow. If you're under 40 years old and you teach
teenage boys, they all want to make you Mrs. Robinson. It's flattering, but
it's fantasy.

WARRICK: So, you are denying that you had any sexual relations with Ryan Lansco?

DIANE KENTNER: I would never take advantage of a student.

WARRICK: Well, we're going to need to take a DNA sample, and that I have a warrant for.

(He shows her the paper. Warrick takes out a swab. She shrugs and opens her mouth. Warrick takes the sample.)




(Greg and Archie replay the video for Nick.)

RYAN LANSCO: (from video) My parents better never see this!

SHEILA’S VOICE: (from video) Oh, yeah? This is going up on YouTube.

(Archie pauses the video.)

ARCHIE: The only reflective surface in this whole frame is that cabinet.

NICK: What am I looking at here, Arch?

ARCHIE: I'm thinking it's two faces.

(Archie starts to process the video, enhancing and clearing out the reflective

ARCHIE: Only time I can see it is when the light hits it.

(Two faces appear in the metal.)

GREG: Sheila.

ARCHIE: And some dude.

NICK: Some dude named Charlie.






(Charlie Kellerman is in the interview room. Nick enters and motions for the
guard to leave.)

NICK: You can grab a cup of coffee.

(The officer leaves.)

NICK: I know you've waived your right to counsel. I appreciate you coming in
here and talking to me, Charlie. That means you're ready to be honest. That's,
that's good. Because Ryan is still missing, Sheila is now dead, Megan is
partially paralyzed, and you are digging yourself into a pretty deep hole here,

(Nick sits down, the file folder open in front of him.)

NICK: I know you were there that night in the equipment shed. I have your shoe
impressions at the scene; I've got you on film; and we found Sheila's cue cards
in the back of her mom's trunk. So ... Where's Ryan?


NICK: You're an adult, Charlie. There's a big difference between going to
juvie and going to state prison. Big difference. Okay, I'll tell you what I
think happened.

(Nick leans back.)

NICK: You're in love with Megan, who's in love with Ryan, who's a dog. You
said so yourself. And he gives her crabs. But does she break up with him? No.
She goes right back to him after crying on your shoulder. Man, that'd piss me
off. Don't make me present to a jury that you came up with this plan, this
little prank, and recruited Sheila -- equally afflicted by this -- and you ran
that boy's head against a tackling sled. Then when Megan freaked out and got
scared, you just ran her over and left her for dead.

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: No. No, no, that's not what happened.

NICK: Then you tell me what happened!

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: Okay. You're right. It started as a prank. Sheila and I
wrote out that speech. Sheila brought her camera. We went down to the field
house. We knew they'd be there fooling around.

(Quick flashback to: [INT. SHED] Charlie kicks the door in and finds Ryan and
Megan fooling around in the shed.)

RYAN LANSCO: What the hell?!


(Megan gets up and holds her jersey over herself.)

RYAN LANSCO: No, no, no, no. Megan! Megan! Get off me!


(Charlie and Sheila tie Ryan to the equipment.)



CHARLIE KELLERMAN: We tied him up. We got him to read the speech. We were
just gonna post it on YouTube.

NICK: What happened?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: He got loose, came tearing after us.

(Quick flashback to: [TRACK FIELD] Charlie and Sheila run out of the shed.)

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: He's coming. He's coming.

(Ryan runs after them. Charlie and Sheila throw the camera between the two of

RYAN LANSCO: Give me the camera.


(She throws the camera too high to Ryan. It falls on the track and smashes.)

(He stops and picks it up, but Sheila has the card.)

SHEILA LATHAM: Come on and get it Ryan! This what you want? (She sticks the
card on her tongue, teasing him.) Huh? Ah, ah, ah. Ah, ah...

(He throws the camera at her and hits her on the head. Sheila gags.)

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: What the heck, man?

(Ryan walks over to them. Charlie pushes him back. Sheila continues to cough.
Ryan coughs back at her, mocking her.)


(Sheila rushes him and pushes him into the equipment. Ryan hits his neck and
blood gushes out from the wound.)


CHARLIE KELLERMAN: (v.o.) Next thing I know, blood was just gushing out of his

(End of flashback.)

(Charlie gets up.)

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: I haven't slept. I haven't eaten. I can't stop playing it
over and over again in my head. (crying) He just went down so fast. And-and I
was looking at him. And it-it was like he wasn't Ryan anymore. Whatever made
him Ryan was gone.

NICK: What did you do with the body?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: This is where I suck. We should have just called 911, but
we panicked.

(Quick flashback to: [EXT. TRACK] Charlie and Sheila pull the sleeping bag
with Ryan’s body inside.


(The sleeping bag tears on the metal gate.)

SHEILA LATHAM: Shut up and just pull. We don't have time to think about that.

(They get the body in Ryan’s van.)

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: What are you doing?

SHEILA LATHAM: Look, let's just get him in the van. I'll drive; you follow.

(Charlie and Sheila put Ryan in the back of the van.)


(They shut the door.)


NICK: Where is Ryan?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: (crying) I just told you everything I know. We left him in
the van.

NICK: What about Megan?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: The second we barged into that field house, she freaked out
and took off. I-I didn't even know she was in the hospital until her parents

NICK: Okay, come here and take a look at this.

(Nick shows him the photo.)

NICK: Sheila's holding the camera; you're holding the cue cards. Who's holding
the light? Was there somebody else there?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: (shakes his head) Uh-uh.

NICK: Hmm?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: I-I was holding the light and the cue card.

NICK: Are you sure?

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: (nods) It was just Sheila and me.

(Nick sits back in his seat.)

CHARLIE KELLERMAN: And now, it's just me.




(Grissom opens the container with Sheila’s crabs in it. He takes one out and
extracts a sample of blood from the crab. He tests the sample.)




(Wendy shares the findings with Grissom.)

WENDY SIMMS: Okay, we got quite the smorgasbord here. Um, the only constant
from the crabs is Ryan. He's half the DNA on each of the combos. And the other
contributors were Megan, Sheila, several unknowns, and everybody's favorite
photography teacher, Diane Kentner. Certainly hope she gave him an A.

GRISSOM: It proves sex with a minor. Even if we can't get her for Megan's hit-
and-run, it's enough for a search warrant.






(Warrick and Grissom meet up with Brass and several officers outside the

WARRICK: So, what you find at Diane's house?

BRASS: Uh, not much, but propped up on a dresser was a rental agreement to this
address and a key.

GRISSOM: Looks like she drew us a map.

BRASS: Looks like it.

(Brass pounds on the door.)

BRASS: (shouts) Diane Kentner, open up! Las Vegas Police!

(Warrick notes the smashed car light.)

WARRICK: There's our busted headlight.

(There’s no answer.)

BRASS: Okay.

(Brass unlocks and opens the door. He takes his gun out.)

BRASS: Let’s go.

(Flashing lights come from inside the warehouse. A high-pitched whir sounds.)

WARRICK: What the hell is that?

(Brass and the officer enter the warehouse. Warrick and Grissom follow.)



(A camera clicks and whirs. Brass and the officers maneuver their way into the
warehouse’s main room.)

BRASS: Hold it. Hold it. Hold it. Hold it.

(He holds the officers back and goes in first. Up on the sheeting on the walls
are larger-than-life sized projections of Ryan Lansco.)

(Brass turns the corner first. He sees more projections of Ryan up on the
sheeting covering the walls. A camera snaps, flashes and whines. Brass and the
officers head to the back.)

(The camera sounds get louder. They head deeper into the warehouse.)

(He turns the final corridor and sees the image of Ryan dead up on the screen.
They continue forward. More projections of Ryan are up on the walls.)

(Warrick and Grissom are the last to follow.)

(They turn the last corner and find DIANE KENTNER in bed with RYAN LANSCO. Both
of them are dead.)

BRASS: Now I remember why I don't like modern art. I'm gonna go call the
coroner outside.

(Brass turns and heads back out. The camera continues to snap, flash and whine.
Warrick looks at the scene.)

WARRICK: I'm slipping, Grissom. I talked to this woman twice, and this body
was here the whole time.

GRISSOM: No one could have predicted this.

(Warrick picks up the empty prescription container from DIANE’S hands.)

WARRICK: She was on a daily dose of lithium. Bipolar.

(click, high-pitched whirring)

WARRICK: What is this, Grissom, Romeo and Juliet?

GRISSOM: Postmortem photography-- memento mori. In the 19th century, a photo
of your dead loved one was a popular keepsake. Death remembered. One last

(Up on the walls, a series of images are played out in sequential order.)


(The images show Megan pushing Ryan.)

GRISSOM: Charlie told Nick that Sheila pushed Ryan.

WARRICK: Charlie lied ... to protect Megan.




(Nick knocks on the door before entering.)

NICK: How you feeling?

MEGAN COOPER: Okay, considering. Oh, my parents are in the cafeteria if you
want to wait.

NICK: Oh, no, no, I'm ... I'm good. I just wanted to show you something.

NICK: What do you think about that?

(Nick shows Megan the photo of Megan pushing Ryan.)

MEGAN COOPER: Is that me? What am I doing?

NICK: Oh, it looks like you're killing your boyfriend. You tell me.

MEGAN COOPER: Who took this?

NICK: Ms. Kentner.

MEGAN COOPER: Oh, come on. Obsess much?

NICK: Oh, so, you do remember?

MEGAN COOPER: No. Not what happened that night.

NICK: I wish I could get selective amnesia. There's a lot in my past I'd like
to forget about.

(They look at each other.)

MEGAN COOPER: If I did push Ryan, and he died, then that was wrong. Don't you
think that I've been punished enough?

(Nick says nothing. He turns and leaves.)




(The Lanscos follow Brass through the hallway.)

EDDIE LANSCO: Are you telling me you're not gonna prosecute the girl that
killed my son?

BRASS: The DA decided not to file. I mean, my guess is that he probably felt
he couldn't get a conviction.

LINDA LANSCO: Wh ... Where's the justice in that?

BRASS: Everybody involved in this thing has been punished in some way. I mean,
Diane and Sheila are dead. Charlie's probably going to jail, and Megan ...

EDDIE LANSCO: Got away with murder.

(The Lanscos leave. Brass watches them go.)


[Intro: “Good Enough,” by Evanescence.]



(A shrine of flowers has been placed under the photos of Sheila, Charlie, Megan
and Ryan. The principal walks up to the photos and removes Charlie’s photo. He
turns and leaves. We linger on the pile of flowers against the wall.)



(Sara picks up the straight razor off the bathroom counter. She looks in the
mirror and hold up the razor.)

SARA: You trust me?

(She turns and looks at Grissom, who has shaving lather on his beard. Sara
faces him.)

GRISSOM: Intimately.

(He turns his head and lifts his chin slightly to the side)



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