Nick: See that lividity? Blood settled at the time of death.
Gil: Body's been moved from the murder scene. Impound his car.
(Sara shows up.)
Sara: Sorry, guys. I lost you at the fork.
Nick: My bad, Sara.
(Grissom looks up at Benjamin Jennings)
Gil: Let's process this guy shall we? Officer, would you uncuff him, please?!
(The officer uncuffs Benjamin Jennings)
(Grissom takes out a black light and begins examining him from the back. Nick puts his CSI kit down.)
Nick: Okay, make like a scarecrow for me, partner. Arms out, away from your body. That's it. Stay just like that.
Warrick: We're from the Crime Lab. You found the deceased?
Ms. Marita: Yes, I was, um ... just getting some towels and I walked in and she was there.
(Catherine looks at the body and notices the knot on the robe on the deceased.)
Catherine: Hey, Brass ... you touch this body?
Jim: Yeah, I was born yesterday.
Catherine: Well, it looks as if the sash may have been tied by somebody else. Miss ... you know anything about redressing the body?
Ms. Marita: Well, she was naked. I-I-I thought she should be covered.
Catherine: Did you move the body here, too?
Ms. Marita: Guests were looking in. I put a robe on her. It's not like it's a crime or anything.
Catherine: Actually, it is.
Gil: You make pizzas?
Benjamin Jennings: Well, I deliver the pizzas. It's too hot back there with all the ovens and stuff.
Gil: Do you, uh ... ever come into contact with the baking flour at Dante's?
Benjamin Jennings: Mostly pizza boxes. Why?
Gil: Well, 'cause we found flour on the victim and it's the kind that's used to make pizza. Can you explain that?
Benjamin Jennings: No.
Gil: Ben, why don't you earn yourself some points by telling me what the science is going to tell me anyway?
Benjamin Jennings: Well, I don't have to talk.
Gil: No ... but we're going to figure it out.
Benjamin Jennings: Look, if you know so much about these murders what do you need me for?
Gil: Murders? There are more bodies?
Gil: (softly) Sometimes ... when I leave a crime scene where I've been particularly involved with a dead body, I sit in my car and it hits me -- how close I was ... how heavy the body is ... the texture of the body ... how it feels... you know?
Father Powell: H-hello? Mr. Grissom? Uh ... they told me out front I'd find you here.
Gil: I don't see your, uh ... visitor's badge.
Father Powell: Priest's collar. People trust it. (Off Grissom's look) Most people. Even ... lapsed catholics.
Gil: What makes you think, uh ... I was ever a catholic?
Father Powell: First time we met, you called me "Father." Only Romans do that. Everybody else, it's "Reverend" or "Minister."
Nick: Murder scene was compromised.
Sara: Pump jockey wasn't very helpful but bullets pulled from victim one and victim two.
(Sara puts the two plastic baggies in front of Grissom)
Sara: Bullets in both victims were fired by the exact same weapon.
Nick: A Lorcin .380. The same pistol registered to a Benjamin Jennings.
(Nick hands a copy of the pistol registration to GRISSOM.)
Sara: P.D. Can prove through credit cards that Ben frequents the AvCon gas stations where both vics were killed.
(Grissom sits down.)
Nick: And we can prove he transported those bodies in his vehicle based on the blood you found.
Sara: And fibers. I recovered a burgundy fiber from the sock of victim one. Found the same fiber on the sock of victim two.
Nick: We I.D'd the fibers using the FTIR. It's a polymer commonly used in vehicle carpeting.
Sara: So we went back to Ben's car.
(Quick flashback to Nick cutting out a sample from Benjamin Jennings car. Sara looking at the sample. End of flashback. Resume to present.)
Nick: They're identical.
Sara: We got the master standards from the car manufacturer. The assigned name for the material is "12-ounce Merlot-Poly."
Nick: Bottom line ... he killed them.
Sara: Hey. Dry cleaning. The trailer's low-rent. Dry cleaning's expensive.
(Sara checks out the clothes. They find a spot of blood.)
Sara: This man's not as smart as he thinks. Dry cleaning bakes in blood stains.
Nick: Could be red sauce.
Sara: Oh, now you're cautious.
Nick: I'm just trying to put our mistake to good use.
Sara: Okay. You check the perimeter and I'll see if we have blood stains or red sauce.