THE POPULAR TV drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation returns to our screens shortly – and one episode centres around the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York.
Entitled 'ReCycling' the episode will open with the death of Elaine Curtis, an animal handler found in the backstage area of Madison Square Garden with a knitting needle stuck through her heart.
Main CSI character Mac Taylor doesn't have much luck with his investigation at first, as no one seems to have witnessed the murder. But then one of Mac's fellow crime scene investigators discovers a paw print next to the body, and Mac realises he may have to rely on a canine witness to solve this crime.
The episode is expected to air sometime in late 2004 or early 2005 on the American television network CBS and shortly afterwards in the UK. 'CSI: New York' is the third 'CSI' show, after the original 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' and the first spin-off 'CSI: Miami.' The show debuted earlier this year, and is currently attracting about 15 million viewers per episode.
Full information on the episode can be found at fan site CSIFiles.com: