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A body covered in bugs is found abandoned in the desert, leaving Grissom and Sara to figure out where it came from and who killed the victim. Warrick and Catherine investigate the theft of valuable pieces of art while Nick is assigned to uncover the truth about why a missing woman's car is found at a bus station. Later, Warrick is suspended when he is suspected of gambling while on duty.
Grissom: You have empathy for her, Sara. You want someone to pay for what was done to her. That's normal.
Sara: You want to sleep with me?
Grissom: Did you just say what I think you did?
Sara: That way, when I wake up in cold sweat under the blanket, hearing Kaye's screams ... You can tell me it's nothing. It's just empathy.
Sara: You're the one who said one piece of evidence is better than ten eyewitnesses.
Grissom: What do you tape everything I say?
Brass: So, you planning a little late-night luau? Roast pig?
Grissom: It's an experiment.
Brass: So it took longer for the insects to get in there?
Grissom: And deposit their eggs. Maybe two whole days. I've wrapped porky here pretty tight.
Catherine: (to Gil) Hey, how's the body with the bugs?
Sara: I never get used to this part, you know when the bugs get going.
Gil: Just doing what God intended. Recycling us back to earth.
Warrick: D.A. asked me to testify on a chain of custody. I can do that in my sleep.
Conrad Ecklie: Your reputation as an entomologist elevates this entire crime lab, which elevates my stature, by association.
Gil: Well, then you must not feel very small today, by association.
Episode Title: Sex, Lies and Larvae
The episode title comes from the 1989 Steven Soderbergh movie Sex, Lies and Videotape.