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The CSIs investigate three different crimes. Though they seem to be unrelated at first, each case's evidence brings together a common link. First, an art dealer is found beaten to death, face down in the swimming pool of his rented mansion. Next, they investigate the shooting death of a Hollywood woman inside of a seedy motel. And lastly, they analyze the murder of a private investigator in a parking lot.
Title: Kill Me If You Can
The term Catch Me If You Can is a well-known taunt in English idiom. It represents a challenge to the recipient of the taunt expressing the taunter's faithful belief that the recipient lacks the ability to accomplish the deed. It was also the title of a very good 1980s book by Frank Abagnale (made into a bad film of it with Leonardo DeCaprio) about Abagnale's life as an imposter and check forger, and thus has some connection with the plot of the story.