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#310 : Mort à l'Arrivée

Grissom, Warrick et Nick enquêtent sur le meurtre d'un homme qui a été visiblement assassiné et jeté du haut d'un immeuble de six étages. Grissom prend du recul à cause de son problème d'audition et ne tarde pas à consulter un spécialiste. Catherine enquête sur le meurtre d'un homme, tué à la sortie d'un bar. 


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Titre VO
High and Low

Titre VF
Mort à l'Arrivée

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Écrit par : Eli Talbert & Naren Shankar
Réalisé par : Richard J. Lewis 

Avec : Gerald McCullouch (Bobby Dawson), Skip O'Brien (Sergent Ray O'Riley), David Berman (David Phillips) 

Guests :

  • Richard Burgi ..... Rick Weston 
  • Michael Trucco ..... Fred Dax 
  • Leslie Bega ..... Leah 
  • Cynthia Preston ..... Serveuse 
  • Cooper Thornton ..... Ned 
  • Catherine MacNeal ..... Docteur de Grissom 
  • Sal Landi ..... Homme 
  • Colleen Porch ..... Femme 
  • Philip McNiven ..... Homme 




SCENE #01:


(A couple of roller bladers play on the sidewalk.)

(Camera close up of the roller blades of the first person as he jumps on the metal rail and rides it from one end to the other.  He jumps off, excited.)

BLADER 1:  All the way across!  Did you see that!  Dude!  Dude!  Come on, bust it, bro.

BLADER 2:  Relax man!  I'm going!  

BLADER 1:  You've got it.  Don't puss out on me!

(The second blader takes a running leap and tries the same trick.  He jumps off excited when he's done.)

BLADER 1:  Oh!

BLADER 2:  Oh!  (raises his hands in triumph)  Sick yeah!

BLADER 1:  Yeah, I thought for sure you were going to eat it, though.

BLADER 2:  No, way, man.  I had that thing hooked up.

BLADER 1:  Oh you got lucky, man.

(The two roller bladers stop by the side of the building.  From above, a body falls to the ground with a loud thud.  SKATER 1 edges closer for a look.)

BLADER 1:  (looking down at the body)  Ugh!  Oh, my god!


SCENE #02:


(Camera opens on the dead body.  The Emergency Personnel are already there.  NICK and WARRICK make their way toward BRASS.)

NICK:  We beat Grissom here?  That's a first.

WARRICK:  Yeah?  Maybe for you.

(BRASS leads them under the crime scene tape and toward the body.)

BRASS:  Hey, how you doing?  The jumper's John Doe.  No wallet no keys, no ID.

(NICK leans in to look at the body.)

NICK:  Yeah, that's the least of this guy's problem.

(BRASS looks up at the building top.)

BRASS:  The building's gotta be what?  Six stories high?  

WARRICK:  Six stories, sixty stories.  It's not how you fall, it's how you land.

NICK:  You know, if you landed head first, there should be more blood.

WARRICK:  Yeah, and more brain matter.

(WARRICK'S phone beeps.)

GRISSOM:  (over phone)  He didn't jump.

(It beeps again.)

GRISSOM:  Up here.

(They look up to see GRISSOM looking down at them from the top of the building.)


(Where GRISSOM stands, there's a whole lot of blood mess on the rooftop.)

GRISSOM:  It's never the fall that kills you.




SCENE #03:


(GRISSOM and NICK check out the building rooftop.)

NICK:  Rain or not, I'm not finding any shoe prints.

GRISSOM:  High velocity spatter usually implies a gunshot.

NICK:  No casings or bullets, either.

GRISSOM:  (indicating the blood mess)  Severe head trauma.  It happened before the fall.

NICK:  Sure looks like it.  Hand to hand combat?

GRISSOM:  (shakes his head)  Kill and dump.

(Quick visualization to:  A person pushes the body off the roof of the building.  The body falls down on the ground in front of WARRICK ... End of visualization.  Resume to present.)


(WARRICK snaps pictures of the body in front of him.  He puts the camera aside and looks at the body.  He finds something on the pants hem.  Camera zooms in for a close up of white specks on the cloth.  WARRICK takes a tape lift of it.)



WARRICK:  Hey.  I think the prints are out.  Bones burst right through the skin.

(DAVID checks out the victim's hand.)

DAVID PHILLIPS:  Compound fracture of the long bones including the phalanges. Extensive laceration.  

WARRICK:  What about dental?

(DAVID checks out the victim's teeth.)

DAVID PHILLIPS:  Yeah.  There might be enough to work with.

WARRICK:  You think?  Hey, wait a minute. Look.  You might have another option.  Check out that artwork.


WARRICK:  You think you can stretch that out?

DAVID PHILLIPS:  Yeah, no problem.

(WARRICK takes a picture of the tattoo.)


SCENE #04:


(O'RILEY and CATHERINE walk to the crime scene.)

O'RILEY:  Wallet was with the vic.  Money, cards, I.D.'S.  Name's Roger Edmonds.  Car's his, too.

(CATHERINE puts her kit down and they both kneel to look at the body.

CATHERINE:  Single gunshot wound to the chest, through and through.  Entry wound is massive.  

(CATHERINE takes a picture of the wound.)

CATHERINE:  Unburned gunpowder.  He was shot at close range.

(Camera close up of the wound to show the gunpowder.  CATHERINE stands up to look at the car.)

CATHERINE:  Car door ... is closed ... but not latched.  Vic was in a hurry?

O'RILEY:  To get in or get out?

CATHERINE:  Good question.  I don't see any bullet holes.

(They walk around the car where CATHERINE finds something on the front license plate.)

CATHERINE:  What's this?  Ah, blood and hair.  Maybe the vic got a piece of the perp.

O'RILEY:  Waitress phoned it in.


SCENE #05:


(CATHERINE and O'RILEY question the WAITRESS.)

WAITRESS:  Look, I got to get out of here, okay?  My kid's with a sitter and it's not like this gig covers day care.

CATHERINE:  Yeah, I know what that's like.  I got a kid at home myself.

WAITRESS:  (retorts)  So what, now we're, like, related?

CATHERINE:  Ah, you know what, get it off your chest.  It sucks.  You're living for everybody but yourself.  But you know what?  You're still breathing.


WAITRESS:  So, I'm out here busing tables, and I hear voices.

(Quick flashback to:  The WAITRESS looks out the window and sees two men arguing.)

WAITRESS:  (v.o.)  It's nothing new around here.

(The WAITRESS doesn't think anything of it.  She turns away and continues to work.  A few moments later, she's startled by a gunshot.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

WAITRESS:  And it's like a bomb goes off.  I mean ... I thought I was deaf.

O'RILEY:  Then what?

WAITRESS:  And then one guy's on the ground and the other guy's taking off.  And no, I didn't see his face.

CATHERINE:   Did you see a license plate?


CATHERINE:  Can you describe the vehicle?

WAITRESS:  It was a pickup.  

(Quick flashback to:  The pickup truck drives away, tires screeching.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

WAITRESS:  With one of those cover things on the back, you know, a ...

O'RILEY:  Camper top.

WAITRESS:  I know what it's called.  Look, Roger was a regular, okay?  Draft beer.  Tonight, he's drinking J.D.  Straight up, six in an hour.  If you ask me, he was looking for trouble.


SCENE #06:


(NICK is on the rooftop looking around.  He walks to GRISSOM and stops to stand right in front of him.)

NICK:  I've been searching high and low for a blunt object.  Crow bar, two-by-four, brick, something like that.  Nothing.  But I did find this crack pipe.  I'll get it back to the lab see if I can get some prints off of it.  

(As NICK speaks, GRISSOM starts to lose his hearing and for a moment, he can't hear what NICK'S saying at all.)

NICK:  (sound muffled to no sound at all)  This roof's not that accessible, you know?  Besides, coming all the way up here to get high and low.  But still, little extreme for this part of town don't you think?

(GRISSOM looks at NICK and takes his best guess.)

GRISSOM:  Swab it, print it, bag it.  See if you can find out who smoked it.

(GRISSOM picks up his stuff and leaves.)

NICK:  Okay.


SCENE #07:


(CATHERINE walks along the parking lot looking for evidence.  She kneels down
and sees a bullet casing.)

O'RILEY:  50 caliber.

CATHERINE:  Yeah, you need a cannon to fire a hunk of lead that big.

O'RILEY:  Feel like hunting for a bullet?

(CATHERINE bags it.)

CATHERINE:  Anything that might have hit it would have ripped right through.  
Thing's probably still moving.


SCENE #08:


(WARRICK walks to the lab.)

WARRICK:  Leah!  Good to have you back on nights.

LEAH:  I know.  I hate days.

WARRICK:  I came to see you for your expert opinion.

LEAH:  Shoot.

WARRICK:  See what you can make of this.

(WARRICK takes out a photograph of the tattoo.  LEAH looks at it with magnifying

LEAH:  Hmm.  Use of only black and gray ink is known as fine-line.  Not a
"scratcher" job.

WARRICK:  You recognize this?

LEAH:  Signed by the artist himself.  Take a look.


LEAH: In roman numerals, two.  As in "tat-too."  Premier skin artist in Vegas.  
Also a Ph.D. in psychology.

WARRICK:  He's a shrink?

LEAH:  Mm-hmm.

WARRICK:  So he gets in your head and under your skin, huh?  You're a gem.

LEAH:  Thank you.  I got a new one.

WARRICK:  Really?

LEAH:  Check it out.

(LEAH takes her coat off to show WARRICK a butterfly tattoo on her right

WARRICK:  Nice.  The rose is still my favorite, though.

(WARRICK smiles at her and leaves.  Camera holds on LEAH.)



SCENE #09:


(NICK and WARRICK walk in to the establishment.)

NICK:  Is the doctor in?

DOCTOR:  Yes, I am.


(The DOCTOR looks at a photograph of the tattoo.  NICK looks at something off of
the shelf next to a stack of books on mythology.  He looks at the DOCTOR and
notices him watching.  NICK puts the thing back on the shelf.)

NICK:  Hmm.

DOCTOR:  Skin and ink, ink and skin -- one makes the other one live.  You see,
that's strength ...

(The DOCTOR points to the "wings" in the tattoo.  Camera focuses in for a close
up of the "wings".)

DOCTOR:  ... and that's superiority ...

(Camera flashes to the entire tattoo.)

DOCTOR:  ... and that's ambition without limit.  See, it's the chosen one.

(He holds up the photograph for them to look at.  NICK nods.)

NICK:  Hmm.

(The DOCTOR pushes his chair back to get a binder that a customer is looking

DOCTOR:  Can I borrow that?  Excuse me.  (He shows them the binder.)  It's my
book.  All my victims.  (He flips a page.)  His name was Jimmy Maurer.

(He shows them the photo of a young, blonde man proudly showing off his new
tattoo for the camera.)

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER looking at his tattoo.  End of flashback.  
Resume to present.)

NICK:  Was?  What do you mean, that's not his name anymore?

DOCTOR:  He died, didn't he?  Well, his fate was inevitable.  I simply gave it

WARRICK:  (looking at the photo)  Strength, superiority, and ambition, huh?  Not
exactly the characteristics of an angel.

DOCTOR:  No, it's not an angel.  It's Greek mythology.  Icarus.  He flew too
close to the sun on wings of feathers and wax.

WARRICK:  And when the wax melted, he plunged to his death.

DOCTOR:  Hubris.  Is that what brought Jimmy down, as well?

NICK:  Hey, man, you tell us.

DOCTOR:  How should I know?


SCENE #10:


(CATHERINE walks into the lab.)

CATHERINE:  Hey, Greggy, any luck on those blood and hair samples?

GREG:  Don't insult me.  Luck is for those without skill.

CATHERINE:  Hmm, spoken like a man who's never hit a jackpot.

GREG:  Hmm, sad but true.  (GREG grabs the results from the printer.)  Slot plot
on the blood and hair ... came back negative.  Not human.  They're animal.

(CATHERINE looks at the results.)


(She turns and heads out of the lab.)

GREG:  You can take that with you if you want.

CATHERINE:  Thanks, I will.


SCENE #11:


(NICK and WARRICK walk through the door to the hallway on their way to the
Autopsy room.)

NICK:  And I spoke with Brass.  That squirrelly tattoo artist had a record.

WARRICK:  For what?

NICK:  Drug conviction:  Crack, cocaine.

WARRICK:  You got a print off of that pipe?

NICK:  Lab's working on it.

(They enter the Autopsy Room.)


SCENE #12:


(DOC ROBBINS is already there.)

NICK:  Hey, Doc.

ROBBINS:  Hi, fellows.  Cause of Death -- any takers?

NICK:  (sighs)  Blunt force trauma.

WARRICK:  You know if he's asking we're not going to figure it out.

ROBBINS:  Nicely played.  It's suffocation.  After I cleaned him up, noticed
bluish discolorations on his lips (Camera moves slowly down the victim's right
side to show the bluish colored skin.) ... and on what's left of his nail beds.  

(Camera zooms in to the victim's fingernails.)  

NICK:  Cyanosis?  Body was starved for oxygen.

WARRICK:  Strangled, and then thrown off of the roof?

ROBBINS:  Found no ligature marks on his neck no petechial hemorrhaging.  Hence,
no forcible suffocation.

NICK:  Okay, not beaten to death, not strangled to death.  But something bad
went down on that roof.  He left half his head up there, man

ROBBINS:  uh, more like... uh ... 25%.

(Camera shows the victim's damaged head.)

WARRICK:  Suffocation means he died with his brain still in his head.

NICK:  Yeah, but there's no evidence of anyone else at the scene.  How do you
suffocate alone on a rooftop?

ROBBINS:  You don't.

WARRICK:  All right.  High impact from a high altitude.

ROBBINS:  Well, above 15,000 feet, hypoxia can occur in minutes.

NICK:  (nods)  He died in the sky.

WARRICK:  Yeah... and the rest is gravity.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER falls from the sky at a high speed.  He hits
the side of the building rooftop and continues to fall to the ground below.)




SCENE #13:


(WARRICK and BRASS walk down the hallway.  )

BRASS:  You know, your vic was an interesting guy.  He had no home address.  
Just post office boxes in California, Utah, Vegas.

(BRASS hands WARRICK a file.)

WARRICK:  Drive a car?

BRASS:  Nissan Xterra.  Cali tags and license, but he was all squared away.

WARRICK:  None of this explains how he dropped out of the sky.

BRASS:  Well, the, uh, possibilities are limited.  Either he was pushed out of a
plane or he stowed away in the landing gear, or, um ... skydiving gone bad.

WARRICK:  All right, none of that works.  I talked to air traffic control and
they had no aircraft operating in that area at that time.

(BRASS walks into his office.  After a beat, he walks back out.)

BRASS:  "La lluvia de peces."


BRASS:  The raining of fish.  Occasionally, usually in the early spring in Yoro,
Honduras, it rains, um ... (nods) ... sardines.

WARRICK:  (scoffs)  Sardines?  That's funny.

BRASS:  Really.  I've seen it.  (rambling)  I mean, the scientific explanation
is ... this sounds like a Grissom thing ... is that they get sucked out of the
ocean by these waterspouts that are like, you know you know, tornadoes, and, uh,
then ... look, the point is, Rick they got to come from somewhere.  They gotta
come from somewhere.

(BRASS walks back into his office.  WARRICK gets ready to leave, when he stops.)

WARRICK:  What the hell were you doing in Honduras?


SCENE #14:


(CATHERINE walks into the Ballistics Lab.)


BOBBY:  Not a lot of guns chambered for 50 AE.  It kind of narrows the field.  
Got AMT auto mag five, LAR grizzly...

CATHERINE:  Desert eagle?

BOBBY:  Yeah, how'd you know?

CATHERINE:  Had O'Riley run the vic for registered firearms.  It turns out that Roger Mitchel purchased a magnum research desert eagle mark-seven three weeks ago.

BOBBY:  I know the gun.  Idiot-big and shiny.

CATHERINE:  Right, well, you know some men feel the need to compensate.

BOBBY:  Actually, a gun like that intimidates, makes a statement.

CATHERINE:  Yes, it does.  Beer drinker switches to bourbon.  He's got himself a brand-new gun.  He's just looking for a fight.  Statement is, "bring it on."  

(Quick flashback to:  The two men fight.  One man swings and misses.  The other man runs to his car and gets out his gun.  He absently shuts the door.)

CATHERINE:  (v.o.)  So, full of liquid courage, he hauls out the big iron.  

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

CATHERINE:  But a drunk is not hard to disarm.

(Quick flashback to:  The two men struggle for the gun.  The gun goes off.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

BOBBY:  (nods)  Vic gets shot with his own weapon.

CATHERINE:  And the perp walks away with the murder weapon.


SCENE #15:


(NICK works on the computer)

NICK:  According to trace, the yellow dust on Jimmy Maurer's leg was pinion pine pollen.

WARRICK:  Say that three times fast.

NICK:  Pinion's a desert tree found in higher elevations 4,500 feet and up.

WARRICK:  4,500 feet ... Mount Potosi.

NICK:  Yeah, it fits the bill to a tee.  Think our vic was there before he died.

WARRICK:  That's on the ground.  Let's get on the net and figure out how he got into the air.

NICK:  Yeah, look under what?  Hot air balloons?  There was nothing in the air.  I mean, we can ...

(WARRICK types in "Flying" for a search.)

NICK:  Flying?  You're a genius.

WARRICK:  Of course.

(The computer spews out some results:

[Adventures Development Corp.
(702) 555-0189

Potosi Glide Center

Guidway Travel
(702) 555-0152

Meadowlark Travel
(702) 555-0176         ]

NICK:  (murmuring)  Pinion pine pollen, pinion pine pollen, pinion pine pollen.

(WARRICK looks at NICK and shakes his head.  NICK smiles.)



SCENE #16:

[EXT. -- DAY]

(CATHERINE and O'RILEY walk up to the house.)

O'RILEY:  That camper-top pickup was reported stolen.  The R.O. is a Ned Bookman.  Lives in Henderson.

CATHERINE:  Well, that's three miles from here.  That's walking distance.

O'RILEY:  Gets better.  Ned Bookman and our vic live on the same street.

CATHERINE:  Ooh, neighbors.

(They see the pickup truck and start examining it.)

O'RILEY:  Ignition block's intact.  No sign of forced entry.

CATHERINE:  Hey, do you smell something?

O'RILEY:  Like what?

CATHERINE:  Something ... fruity.

O'RILEY:  I thought it was your perfume.

CATHERINE:  No.  I never wear perfume at work.  It dulls the sense of smell.  

(CATHERINE walks to the back of the truck.  She opens the camper and looks in the back.  They see pieces of tree and fruit.

CATHERINE:  A-ha.  (CATHERINE picks up a fruit and smells it.  Mulberries.

(O'RILEY nods.)


SCENE #17:


(GRISSOM is in the doctor's office taking an auditory test.)

(As he hears the tones, he lifts up his finger.  The lower tones are stronger,
the higher tones are weaker.)


SCENE #18:


(A photographer takes pictures of the paraglider taking off.)

NICK:  It's amazing how simple it is.  Air fills the canopy and you're off.

WARRICK:  Yeah, sounds like you want to go for a spin.

NICK:  Well, it looks like it might be a rush.

RICK WESTON (INSTRUCTOR):  Paragliding's a two-piece system -- harness and
canopy.  Now, the canopies are fitted to you according to body weight so if
anyone has dropped a few for vanity speak up now, please.  No?  Okay.  You're
going to want to look around.  Take in the sights.  Do it.  Enjoy it.  The best
view in the world.  But don't forget, we weren't born with wings.  We had to
make them.  So respect the equipment, okay?  All right, then.  It's time to fly.  
Any last questions?

(NICK and WARRICK walk toward RICK WESTON just as he's finishing up class.)

NICK:  Yeah.

(WARRICK raises his hand.)


SCENE #19:



RICK WESTON:  Yeah, I know Jimmy.  The guy's got an attitude. Cocky.  Might be
able to handle his own in the air but I don't care for his style.

WARRICK:  What's his style?

RICK WESTON:  Well, he likes to grandstand.  You know, this sport's about
soaring.  He's about showing off.

WARRICK:  Looks like it should be about having fun.

RICK WESTON:  Yeah, it's about having fun.  But also, there's etiquette.  I
mean, a guy breezes in from nowhere does things his own way ... ah, maybe the
... walk back'll humble him a little.

NICK:  The walk back?

RICK WESTON:  When you fly you need thermals or upshots of air used for lift.  I
mean, on a good day, you can stay airborne for hours.

NICK:  How high do these thermals get?

RICK WESTON:  Well, you can take them as fars they take you.  One time I was
above 18,000 feet, when I came down I was about 35 miles from where I launched.

NICK:  Whoa.  Yeah, the walk back.

RICK WESTON:  (nods toward the truck)  That's Jimmy's truck, it's been there
since yesterday.  What kind of trouble is he in, anyway?

NICK:  The worst kind.  Thanks, Rick.

(He nods)  


SCENE #20:


(NED'S garage door opens.  He shows it to CATHERINE and O'RILEY.)

NED BOOKMAN:  Ah, crap!

O'RILEY:  Like we said, your truck's not here.  Why did you report it stolen?

NED BOOKMAN:  Look, I got another car.  I hardly ever use the pickup.  I work
nights.  Anybody could've stolen it.  You know, I mean ... it could happen.

(CATHERINE looks up and sees the container up in the garage door.  She stretches
up and grabs it.)

CATHERINE:  Hmm.  Hide-a-key.  (She opens it.)  Empty.  Anybody else know about

NED BOOKMAN:  (dryly)  Apparently.

O'RILEY:  Now how well did you know the victim?

NED BOOKMAN:  Roger lived across the street.  Didn't make us pals, just

(CATHERINE turns around to look at ROGER EDMONDS' house.)

CATHERINE:  Looks like Roger's got a mulberry tree.  So, Ned, we found mulberry
branches in your pickup and there's a mulberry tree in your dead neighbor's
yard.  I'm starting to like you, Ned and not in a good way.

NED BOOKMAN:  (nervously)  Uh, F-F-Frank Kraft stole my truck.  Uh ... I mean, I
mean he-he "borrowed" it.  He-he ... he borrows my stuff.  I don't mind.

CATHERINE:  Let me guess, um, Frank Craft lives in the blue house on the other
side of the fence.

NED BOOKMAN:  He and Roger, uh ... had problems.  But you didn't hear it from

(CATHERINE tosses the hide-a-key container to NED.  He doesn't catch it and
bends to pick it up.)

NED BOOKMAN:  (calls out)  Please don't say anything.

(CATHERINE and O'RILEY walk down the driveway.)


SCENE #21:


(WARRICK and NICK search JIMMY MAURER'S car.  WARRICK checks out the contents of
the back.)

WARRICK:  Guy's got a surfboard for California and a snowboard for Utah.
(NICK opens the bag in the car.)

NICK:  And a paragliding canopy for Nevada.  Ripped to shreds.  It's mine now.  
I'll swab it for epithelials.

WARRICK:  If his canopy was ripped to shreds what the hell was he flying with?

(WARRICK finds a note under the windshield wiper.)

NICK:  What's that?

WARRICK:  "Guess you can fly with anything.  Find me when you get back-- T."

NICK:  What?

(WARRICK shows NICK the note.  Under the note is a number:  555-1086.)

NICK:  I'll check it out.



SCENE #22:


(NICK interviews T.)

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  Jimmy once told me, "Only a paraglider knows why the birds

NICK:  That sounds like a line.

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  It is.  They all use it.  Skydivers, hang gliders, pilots.  
On some girls it even works.

NICK:  Did it work on you?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  My art is an attempt to express what it feels like to fly and
Jimmy was helping me do that.

(She shows NICK some photos of JIMMY MAURER.)

NICK:  Jimmy's leg loops are unbuckled.  How come?

T (PHOTOGRPHAER):  He never buckled them.  Jimmy enjoyed showing people up.  It
wasn't enough for him to be a great flyer.  He needed everyone to see that he
was fearless.

NICK:  Well, I bet that didn't settle real well with Rick Weston.  (NICK looks
at a particular photo.)  When did you take this one?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  Yesterday.

NICK:  And is that the canopy Jimmy normally flew with?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  (shakes her head)  Mm-mm.

NICK:  Where'd he get it?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  I don't know.  He told me somebody messed with his rig but
that wasn't going to keep him out of the air.

(NICK looks at another photo.)

NICK:  And who's he butting heads with here?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  Fred Dacks.

NICK:  Who's that?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  He's a good flyer.  He's very competitive.

NICK:  And by the looks of things he was pretty competitive with Jimmy.


(Quick flashback to:  FRED DACKS walking by.)

JIMMY MAURER:  You think that's going to give you the edge?  I could fly with

FRED DACKS:  Then show me some air, punk.

(Cut to:  T snaps photos.)

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  Is that Fred there in the yellow and white canopy?

T (PHOTOGRAPHER):  Jimmy followed his line.  He went after him hard.  Had to win
at all costs.

NICK:  Expensive price to pay.




SCENE #23:


(CATHERINE and O'RILEY make their way to FRANK KRAFT'S house.)

O'RILEY:  This guy Kraft's had a dozen complaints filed against him by residents
on the block.  Property line disputes, petty thefts, one assault.

CATHERINE:  A regular Mister Rogers.

O'RILEY:  Yeah.

(CATHERINE looks at the groves in the front lawn.)

CATHERINE:  Check this out.

O'RILEY:  Creative parking?

CATHERINE:  Something.

(They walk on the lawn and see that the tracks go all the way up to the tree.  
They continue walking to the front door.)


SCENE #24:


(CATHERINE knocks on the door.  FRANK KRAFT opens the door.)

FRANK KRAFT:  What do you want?

O'RILEY:  Frank Kraft?

FRANK KRAFT:  So what?

O'RILEY:  Detective O'Riley.  Vegas P.D.  This is Catherine Willows from the
crime lab.  We'd like to have a few words with you.

FRANK KRAFT:  Show me the badge.

(O'RILEY shows FRANK KRAFT his badge.)

CATHERINE:  That's a hell of a bruise you've got on your chin, Mr. Kraft.  How
did you get that?

FRANK KRAFT:  I sent away for it.  You want one of your own?

(CATHERINE chuckles lightly.)

CATHERINE:  Recoil's a bitch, isn't it?

(Quick flashback to:  The gun firing and FRANK grunting from the recoil.  End of
flashback.  Resume to present.)

CATHERINE:  Do you have a dog?

FRANK KRAFT:  Do you have a warrant?

O'RILEY:  No, we're just talking here.

(FRANK steps back and closes the door.)

O'RILEY:  Nice fellow.


SCENE #25:


(WARRICK and NICK walk into the store.)

WARRICK:  According to the manager Fred Dacks has been working here for three
years.  Model employee, knows his gear.  (to the SALESWOMAN)  Hi.


WARRICK:  I'm looking for Fred Dacks.

SALESWOMAN:  (points)  He's right over there.

WARRICK:  Thanks.

SALESWOMAN:  You're welcome.

(WARRICK and NICK walks on.)

WARICK:  But guess who just got hired here a month ago?

NICK:  Uh, Jimmy Maurer?

WARRICK:  Yeah. Small world, huh?

NICK:  Yeah, I'll say.

WARRICK:  Fred Dacks?

FRED DACKS:  Yeah, what can I do for you?  

WARRICK:  I'm Warrick Brown, this is Nick Stokes.  We're from the Las Vegas
Crime Lab.  We need to ask you a few questions about Jimmy Maurer.

FRED DACKS:  Jimmy.  The guy was a punk.  Other than paragliding and working
here we had nothing in common.

WARRICK:  Except maybe that tattoo right there.

FRED DACKS:  Yeah, only 'cause that fool bit it off me.  (Indicates his tattoo.)  
This was a one-of-a-kind around here until he rolled in with his little birdman
or whatever.

WARRICK:  You mean Icarus, right?

FRED DACKS:  Yeah, whatever.  It doesn't change a thing.  The guy was a mouth.  
He threw shade all over the place.

NICK:  Really?


NICK:  Funny, that's what we heard about you.

FRED DACKS:  Oh, is that right?  From who?  That artsy chick?  He was sticking
it to her.  What did you think she was going to say?  Plus, she was still pissed
at me that I didn't take part in her little "masterpiece."

NICK:  That really doesn't concern me, Mr. Dacks.  What I want to know is, did
you fly with Jimmy the day he died?

FRED DACKS:  Hell, no.  I wouldn't fly with him.  Dude can't match my skills.  
Nothing but a menace.

WARRICK:  Try again.  Your yellow canopy.

(WARRICK stops FRED DACKS by showing him the photograph of the two flying.)

NICK:  We know that's you, Fred.

FRED DACKS:  Oh, yeah. See?  Tight line, leading edge to the wind.  Carving it
up.  Must be me.

(Quick flashback to:  FRED DACKS taking off and leaving JIMMY MAURER back on the
ledge preparing to fly.  Cut to:  JIMMY MAURER taking off.  End of flashback.  
Resume to present.)

FRED DACKS:  Yeah, yeah, I remember now, all right?  Last time I saw Jimmy, he
was still on the ground tugging  his junk.

WARRICK:  It wasn't his junk, it was someone else's.

FRED DACKS:  Well, then, why are you talking to me, man?  'Cause the only rig I
got is my own.  (He tightens the sleeping bag string and puts it on the shelf.)  
We done?

WARRICK:  Yeah, for now.

FRED DACKS:  Uh-huh.

(FRED DACKS walks away.  NICK picks the sleeping bag that FRED DACKS just
handled and tells the SALESWOMAN.)

NICK:  Uh, you know what?  I'll take this one.


SCENE #26:


(O'RILEY walks back toward CATHERINE from talking with NED.)

CATHERINE:  Let me guess.  Citizen Ned doesn't want to get involved?

O'RILEY:  Kraft scares the crap out of the guy.

CATHERINE:  Well, I guess he doesn't want to be seen talking to us.

O'RILEY:  Boiled down, basically he said Kraft and the vic had a pretty bad

CATHERINE:  Yeah, that's becoming really clear.  Check this out.  Kraft was
stealing cable from Edmonds.  Edmonds cuts the line.  Hate thy neighbor.  Did
Ned mention anything about Kraft's dog?

O'RILEY:  Only that it was always chained up in the yard.  And always barking.

(CATHERINE looks at the chain tied up around the tree.)

(Quick flashback to:  A car driving up the lawn and toward the dog.  End of
flashback.  Resume to present.)

CATHEIRNE:  I'm starting to think the victim may have taken care of that.

O'RILEY:  What about the tire marks?

CATHERINE:  Not enough detail -- we'd never get a match.  We can't check Kraft's
property out without a warrant.  But ...  

(CATHERINE picks up the shears.)

O'RILEY:  Oh, that won't get you a warrant, either.

(CATHERINE smiles at O'RILEY.)

CATHERINE:  You like jigsaw puzzles?

(Cut to:  CATHERINE up in the mulberry tree.  She marks the branch with a red
pen, then cuts it off.  She hands it to O'RILEY down below.  She marks another
branch, then cuts it off.)

(O'RILEY bags the branches that CATHERINE hands to him.  CATHERINE continues to
mark and cut.)


SCENE #27:


(NICK sits in the chair waiting for the test results.  WARRICK stands getting in
GREG'S way.  GREG gets the results and hands it to NICK.)

GREG:  Epithelials on the slashed canopy match the ones on the sleeping bag
drawstring.  Fred Dacks, both places.  Thank you and good night.

(GREG goes back to work.)

WARRICK:  So Fred does a number on Jimmy's canopy to keep him from flying.

NICK:  He's threatened by the guy.  It's to keep from getting shown up, you

WARRICK:  He needs to be the Top Dog, huh?

NICK:  Hmm.

WARRICK:  Yeah, that sounds like you.

NICK:  Who?


GREG:  That sounds like both of you.  Now please, can you take this somewhere

WARRICK:  (ignoring GREG)  So ... Jimmy gets a new canopy.  Flies, dies.  Comes
down unattached.  We got no canopy, we got no harness.

NICK:  If we want to find out what happened we need to find that rig.

GREG:  Well, you're not going to find it here.

(GREG takes his stuff out of NICK'S hands and pushes him off of his chair.)

NICK:  Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.

WARRICK:  Have you taken your medication today?

GREG:  See ya.

(NICK and WARRICK leave the office.)


SCENE #28:


(GRISSOM and the DOCTOR walk into the hallway.)

GRISSOM:  125 hertz?

PHYSICIAN:  Minus 30 decibels.  It's a significant decline from your last visit.

GRISSOM:  Yes, but most human speech is above 300 hertz.  My midrange is still

PHYSICIAN:  If it were clear all the time, you wouldn't be here.  I think it's
time to consider something like ... surgery.  Think about it.  Let me know.

(The DOCTOR walks away.)


SCENE #29:


(WARRICK and NICK look at the topography on the computer.)

WARRICK:  He took off here and he came down here, right?

NICK:  Yeah.  Now, the canopy's designed to soar.  Has to fall downwind of the
body.  And at 15,000 feet, wind was northeast at 22 miles per hour.

WARRICK:  Well, we get a little classical dynamics going on we can find this

(NICK does the computer manipulations and they find a generic area where the rig
could possibly be located at.  WARRICK points to the monitor.)

WARRICK:  Search area is northeast Summerlin.

NICK:  Yeah, let's put out a broadcast.


SCENE #30:

[EXT. -- DAY]

(WARRICK and NICK walk toward the canopy and rig.)

NICK:  Patrol unit spotted it on a routine traffic stop.

WARRICK:  Yeah, we lucked out.

(They reach the rig.)

NICK:  What have we got?

WARRICK:  Well ...  

(WARRICK kneels down and sees JIMMY MAURER'S name on the harness.)

NICK:  Bingo.

WARRICK:  These leg loops, they're unbuckled.  I guess there's no surprise

NICK:  15,000 feet up, no helmet the only thing holding you in are two shoulder
harnesses and a chest strap.

WARRICK:  Not the kind of rush you're looking for?

NICK:  Uh-uh.

(WARRICK and NICK look over the glider.  WARRICK finds something.)

WARRICK:  Check this out.  "Property of Potosi Glide Center."

NICK:  That makes two liars.

WARRICK:  Weston didn't tell us he gave Jimmy his replacement rig.

NICK:  'Cause he knew how it would end up.

(NICK looks at the cut lines.)

NICK:  Jimmy never had a chance, man.


SCENE #31:



RICK WESTON:  No way. I wanted to see him get his ass kicked, not killed.

BRASS:  Yeah, problem is he did get killed.  Flying your canopy.

RICK WESTON:  I don't know how that happened.

WARRICK:  Well, it seems the lines leading to the a-riser were cut.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER is up in the air.  Something goes wrong.  
JIMMY looks up at his lines and sees that they're about to break.  The lines
break.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

BRASS:  Your rig, your responsibility.  This is your chance.  I'd take it.

RICK WESTON:  Fred said that, uh ... he just wanted to teach Jimmy a lesson.

(Quick flashback to:  FRED DACKS approaches RICK WESTON as he puts a rig



FRED DACKS:  Jimmy's going to hit you up for a canopy.  Why don't you give him
something big and slow?

RICK WESTON:  Oh, I got that blue-green trainer.  That ought to be fun.

FRED DACKS:  (chuckles ):  Perfect.

(End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

RICK WESTON:  Ten minutes later Jimmy shows up all hot.  He asked, I gave, he

WARRICK:  Couldn't let Fred get the better of him.

RICK WESTON:  Look, Jimmy lacked discipline.  He needed to be brought down a peg
or two.

BRASS:  You brought him all the way down




SCENE #32:


(WARRICK walks into the lab. NICK is already there.)

NICK:  Don't tell me.  Rick pleaded ignorance.

WARRICK:  Right before he lawyered it up.

NICK:  Really?  Well, , that guy's wasting his money.  Take a look.

(NICK hands WARRICK the tip of the frayed line.)

WARRICK:  It's frayed.  You're saying if he had cut it with a tool, it'd be

NICK:  These lines are spun polymer.  They're lightweight, but strong as hell
covered in a plastic shell;  now, over time that plastic coating wears down.  
Unprotected lines rub against one another ...

(Quick flashback to:  Two lines rubbing against one another one strong, the
other frayed.)

NICK:  ... (v.o.)  weakening, fraying, until ...

(The frayed line breaks.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  ...snap!  It's normal wear and tear, man.

WARRICK:  But Weston knew that that canopy was in bad shape.  And we don't have
any evidence to suggest that he sabotaged it.

NICK:  Do you remember a case about a year ago?  Diablo canyon?

WARRICK:  Oh, the victim of sudden weather that you thought was murdered.

NICK:  Yeah.  You fool me once, shame on you.  You fool me twice ... shame on


SCENE #33:


(CATHERINE is in the lab working on the bags.  SARA walks in.  She clears her
throat to get CATHERINE'S attention.)

SARA:  Can you help me out?

CATHERINE:  Uh ... depends.

SARA:  I can't get out into the field because I'm maxed out on overtime for the

CATHERINE:  Ah, and you're confined to the lab, huh?  Well, hey, look, it's
regular hours.  I mean, go have dinner with the boyfriend ... Hank, right?  And,
and ... go, go to a spa.

SARA:  Hank is not my boyfriend.  And you know, those places are filled with

CATHERINE:  Sara, I don't make the rules around here.  You've got to talk to
Grissom about that.

SARA:  Yeah ... he's, um, not really in a talking mood.

CATHERINE:  What makes you think he's going talk to me?  (SARA shrugs.)  Get
some rest.

SARA:  I'm not tired.  Really.  I'm not tired.

(SARA walks out of the lab.)


SCENE #34:


(CATHERINE starts working on her tree branch pieces.  Using the shears, she cuts
a piece off of the branch and looks at the cut under a scope.)


(CATHERINE then takes the first branch piece and tries to match it to the pieces
she cut earlier.  She finds the match and puts it on the side.  She picks up the
next branch.)

(CATHERINE finds the match to the branch and puts the set on the side.)

(Dissolve to:  CATHERINE continues to match the branches to the cut pieces.)

(Dissolve to:  CATHERINE is nearly done.)


SCENE #35:


(NICK and WARRICK study the photograph of the two paragliders.)

WARRICK:  That's the cumulus cloud formed by warm air rising?  The thermals?

NICK:  Yeah, the bigger the cloud, the more air that gets sucked in the stronger
the thermal.  And check out our boys.  Heading straight for it.

WARRICK:  Yep. He's probably getting the ride of his life.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER up flying and the wind gusting.  In front of
him FRED DACKS continues to fly.  JIMMY gets caught in a particular gust.  He
looks up at his rig.)

WARRICK:  (v.o.)  He's rising fast.

(End of flashback. Resume to present.)

WARRICK:  Air is getting thinner.  15,000 feet he passes out and suffocates.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER flying high in the wind gusts.  He gasps for
air and passes out.

NICK:  You catch a good thermal and you take it as far as it takes you -- dead
or alive.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER is passed out and flying too high.  He falls
off of his rig.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  And to show Fred up, Jimmy had to fly higher.

WARRICK:  But he had an oxygen tank ... on his harness.  Why didn't he use it?

NICK:  Good question.


SCENE #36:


with FRANK KRAFT, who sits at the table.)

CATHERINE:  The key word here:  Retaliation.  Roger Edmonds cuts the cable that
you stole.

FRANK KRAFT:  He was stealing it himself.

CATHERINE:  Of course, he was.  (She sighs.)  So, then you ... chop up his tree

(Quick flashback to:  FRANK KRAFT cuts up ROGER EDMONDS' mulberry tree.  When
he's done, he throws the shears into ROGER'S yard.  End of flashback.  Resume to

CATHERINE:  ... "borrow" Ned's truck to dump the branches ...

FRANK KRAFT:  I borrow Ned's stuff all the time; he doesn't mind.  It's not
important to him; it's no big deal ...

CATHERINE:  (interrupting)  Shut up.  This isn't about Ned.  It's about Roger.  
So ... while you're out dumping the branches, Roger comes home and sees what
you've done to his tree.  He ups the ante.

(Quick flashback to:  FRANK KRAFT'S dog is tied to the tree in the front yard
and barking.  ROGER EDMONDS drives up the front lawn and into the dog.  End of
flashback.  Resume to present.)

CATHERINE:  You return home ... find your dog ... start looking for Roger.

(Quick flashback to:  FRANK KRAFT kneeling next to his dead dog.  White flash
to:  FRANK KRAFT drives NED'S truck to the bar where ROGER is drinking.  ROGER
swallows his drink and goes to meet FRANK out in the parking lot.  FRANK gets
out of his car.)

ROGER EDMONDS:  Your dog look as bad as my tree?

(FRANK grabs ROGER and pushes him into the truck where he takes a swing and
misses.  ROGER breaks away and opens his car and gets out his gun.)

FRANK KRAFT:  ... my dog!

ROGER EDMONDS:  Huh, you want some of this, pal, huh?!  Come on, come on!

(They both fight over the gun.  The gun goes off.  ROGER falls to the ground and
gasps for air.  End of flashback.

OFFICER:  Detective.

(The OFFICER holds up the missing weapon.  He gives it to O'RILEY.)

O'RILEY:  Desert Eagle.

CATHERINE:  Something else you ... borrowed?

FRANK KRAFT:  He killed my dog.



SCENE #37:


(WARRICK and NICK has JIMMY MAURER'S rig set up in the lab.  They examine the
oxygen tank.)

WARRICK:  Well, the gauge reads full.

NICK:  Yeah, I don't think it works, bro.

WARRICK:  There's only one way to find out.

(WARRICK tests the oxygen tank.)

WARRICK:  Flowing fine.

(NICK sighs and thinks out loud.)

NICK:  An experienced flyer, prepared for the altitude.  There's no reason not to use his oxygen.

(He scoffs.)

WARRICK:  (holding the altimeter)  Unless he didn't think he needed it.

(Cut to:  NICK checks the inside of the altimeter.  WARRICK goes over the computer topography.)

WARRICK:  Okay.  Las Vegas is 2,030 feet above sea level.  You got that thing plugged in yet?

(NICK sets it up.)

NICK:  There it is.

WARRICK:  Let's see what we've got.

(The computer beeps.)

WARRICK:  30 feet.

(NICK chuckles)

NICK:  I, uh, I think we're off by a couple of G's.  I'll dust it.


SCENE #38:



BRASS:  Jimmy's altimeter, your fingerprints ... on the inside.

FRED DACKS:  That's cute.  You should put it in a frame.  So I fix gear for other flyers sometimes, big deal.

WARRICK:  Oh, you fixed it, all right.  You decalibrated it.  It was off by 2,000 feet.

(Quick flashback to:  FRED DACKS in the back of JIMMY MAURER'S car.  He goes through his bag and takes out the altimeter.  He opens the altimeter and changes something inside.  He closes it up.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  In the air, you lose perspective.  You have to trust your instruments

BRASS:  Jimmy didn't know how high he actually was.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER up in the air and going higher.  The wind gusts and JIMMY goes higher.  FRED DACKS looks up at JIMMY.  JIMMY looks down at FRED DACKS below him and laughs.  JIMMY looks at his altimeter which reads 10.039 +.  He looks at his second machine and reads +12 / 12,040 ft.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

FRED DACKS:  Hey, I already told you, man, this dude was soft in the air.  He could've turned back anytime.

BRASS:  But you knew he wouldn't.  You set him up.

WARRICK:  Yeah, you had perfect sky massive canopy, bitchen thermals, dude and a challenge he'd never refuse.  You played him against himself.

(Quick flashback to:  JIMMY MAURER riding high in the air and hiding higher.  The altimeter reads 18.517+.  End of flashback.  Resume to present.)

NICK:  You couldn't stand the fact that he was better than you.

FRED DACKS:  Hey, I called him out, he took me on.  Bigger air, higher altitudes push the limit, dude -- that's why we fly.

WARRICK:  No, it's not why you fly.  The truth is on your arm.  Alecto ... Magaera, Tisiphone; the three furies.  Unceasing anger, vengeance and jealousy.  That's what you're about.

NICK:  Sorry, dude.


SCENE #39:


(CATHERINE gets her stuff out of the locker.  WARRICK walks in.)

WARRICK:  Hey, Catherine.

CATHERINE:  Hey ... I heard you know your Greek mythology.  I'm impressed -- never would've guessed.

(WARRICK goes to his locker to get his things.)

WARRICK:  Yeah, I'm a mystery.

CATHERINE:  Yes, you are.

(WARRICK chuckles.)

CATHERINE:  So, where's Nick?

WARRICK:  He bugged out early.

CATHERINE:  Well, good work, you guys -- both of you.  Would you let him know?

WARRICK:  Thanks. Yeah, I will.

CATHERINE:  I'll see you around.

WARRICK:  All right. Have a good morning.

CATHERINE:  You, too.

(CATHERINE walks out of the locker room.)


SCENE #40:


(CATHERINE passes by GRISSOM'S office and sees that he's inside.  She knocks on his door lightly before entering.)

CATHERINE:  Closed that murder I was working.  A man's life for a dog's life for a mulberry tree.  (she sighs)  Sometimes I wonder if people are meant to live together.

GRISSOM:  Well, you know what they say -- "good fences make good neighbors."

CATHERINE:  Then you'd make a great neighbor.


(CATHERINE chuckles )

(GRISSOM looks down at his laptop screen.  He's looking up information on "Otosclerosis".  CATHERINE looks down at the laptop.)

CATHERINE:  New case?

GRISSOM:  Ongoing.

(She leans in to look at what he's reading.  Unwilling to let anyone in, GRISSOM changes the screen to show something on "The Longhorned Beetle".)

CATHERINE:  Oh ... bugs.

GRISSOM:  (nods)  Mm.


(CATHERINE leaves the office.  GRISSOM switches screens back to "Otosclerosis".  He sighs and goes back to reading.)


SCENE #41:


(All rigged up and ready to fly, NICK smiles and takes a deep breath before letting go with the wind.)

NICK:  Whoo-hoo!



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