What is the case for CSI: Vegas Episode 4?
Cannibalism is the theme. A death in a luau pit at a Hawaiian-themed hotel raises many questions. A limb is gone, which could help or hinder the search for the perpetrator. Why is this leg missing? A missing leg could be linked to the episode’s title, “Long Pig.” Some Pacific islanders used the name “long pig” for human meat.
CSI: Vegas eps 4 Synopsis: The CSI team investigates when a body is dug up in the luau pit of a Hawaiian-themed hotel. Also, Internal Affairs begins to question Grissom and Sara’s return to the crime lab.
CSI: Vegas Season 1 Episode 4 Release Date
CSI: Vegas Episode 4 will release on Wednesday, Oct. 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and is available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+. Also Available on Youtube Tv | VUDU | Amazon Prime Video
CSI: Vegas Season 1 Episode 4 Cast
CSI: Vegas stars William Petersen (Gil Grissom), Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle), Paula Newsome (Maxine Roby), Matt Lauria (Joshua Folsom), Mandeep Dhillon (Allie Rajan), and Mel Rodriguez (Hugo Ramirez). Guest stars in episode 4 include Tripp Pickell (Captain Wilson), Sean James (Detective Will Carson), Kat Foster (Detective Nora Cross), Luke Tennie (Bryan), George Tsai (Officer Chung), Skarlett Redd (Female Friend), Michelle Haro (Darya), Michael Sun Lee (Roy Kahale), Sale Taylor (Beefy Guy), Raphael Sbarge (Scott Jackson), Buckley Sampson (Lynn Jackson), Christian Vunipola (Kai Manu), Andy Jones (JJ), Kira Omans (Rachel), Sisa Grey (Cynthia Koa), Nicole Fong (Receptionist), and John J. Jordan (Uni).
CSI: Vegas Episode 3 Recap
A murdered female body is recovered in a fountain. Internal Affairs Detective Nora Cross is investigating David Hodges. Hodges’ trial was expedited. The blood on Brewski’s teeth helps Gil and Sara identify his murderer, a middle-aged South American male. The undersheriff puts pressure on the lab to uncover Sandra King’s killer. Sara and Gil look for clues at Hodges’.
A framed photo is gone, which could be where Hodges got his fingerprints. The killers used 3D knives from King’s game. Ben Miller, King’s lieutenant, is shown brandishing the blades. Weirdly, they locate a contact lens in the fountain water. When approached, a man flees but Allie catches him. He lives close and saw the crime. He knows Miller. He was the second man who saw running.
Maxine searches the police storage for evidence for Gil and Sara. Folsom and Allie believe the assassin framed Miller with a 3D mask and contacts. Folsom and Allie re-enact. Maxine tries to connect the killer’s walk to the gaming tournament’s video. Ron Kean follows suit.
Those convicted based on evidence Hodges handled from a class action. Kean lost an internal game design contest. Maxine snags an insect off Kean’s hood. He won’t reveal his left forearm. Gil says the stinger is from a unique bee. His mother’s house was nearby. His DNA remained. His arm is scratched. Gil has a problem that makes him feel stuck on the boat.