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Two bodies are found in an underground fallout shelter. They are of two young people, an African American boy and a Caucasian girl, who were lovers during the notorious Detroit riots of 1967. Their Romeo and Juliet story came to a violent end, and the case leads Longford to his estranged ex-cop father for answers.
In another part of the city, a Latina woman is found dead, and upon further investigation, it appears she was pregnant. This sends the team in search of the woman's baby as well as the illegal clinic that she was being treated by.
In other goings-on, a comment made by Stone about illegal immigrants angers Sanchez, and various co-workers extend their advice to Washington when they find he and his wife's sex life has stalled.
The scene opens with Stone and Washington talking about Washington’s sex life and he tells that he needs to do something and get his baby on the bottle. They walk in the station and Wendy Chapin-Lomeister, a student of law, is there. Lt. Mason tells that they are going to have her for a while and is the best in her Criminology class. Longford and Majahan get a call of two bodies in a basement. Wendy is told to get a hold of the CSI. Sanchez tells that she gives Wendy a week and Fitch tells that he gives her until lunch. Majahan and Longford arrive on scene and it is a fall out shelter where the two are at. They find two bodies that have been there for centuries. The medical examiner turns out the lights and sees that there is blood spatters and the numbers 1968. After finding name bracelets, Longford knows who they were. Meanwhile, Fitch and Washington and Sanchez and Stone arrive on a scene of a recent murder and it involves a woman who is a possible drug mule. Impara Lopez is the girl found...Read the full recap