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Rashomama is the twenty-first episode of the sixth season of CSI, and the one hundred thirty-eighth episode overall.
When an unpopular defense attorney is killed at her son's wedding, the investigation suffers a painful twist when Nick's car with all the collected evidence is stolen.
Guest Stars: Liz Vassey (Wendy Simms), Ray Wise (Ernest Chase), Veronica Cartwright (Diane Chase), Daniel Roebuck (Frank Rosetti), Carmen Argenziano (Sylvano Fatelli), Johnathan McClain (Adam Chase), Amanda Seyfried (Lacey Finn), Rachel Miner (Valerie Whitehall), Conor O'Farrell (Undersheriff McKeen), Chris Hardwick (Mikey Shoemaker), Alex Skuby (Federal Agent), Dave Power (Bryce Gundy), Sheeri Rappaport (Mandy Webster), Archie Kao (Archie Johnson), David Berman (David Phillips), Rheagan Wallace (Mindy Faberge), Reagan Pasternak (Jill Shoemaker), Claire Coffee (Cindy Jansen), Jon Wellner (Henry Andrews), Josie DiVincenzo (Waitress)
Co-Stars: Paula Francis (herself)
- The ringtone on Greg's cell is the chorus from "Feel Like Makin' Love" by Bad Company.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
- Rashōmon: The title of this episode and part of its narrative structure derives from the 1950 Japanese movie Rashōmon by Akira Kurosawa, which tells the central event through a number of widely differing eyewitness accounts, making it impossible to determine the truth of what happened.
- Wedding Crashers: Vince Vaughn starred in the movie Wedding Crashers as one of a pair of womanizers who gatecrash weddings to pick up women there.
- Greg: I'm with Vince Vaughn on this one.
- Abraham Lincoln: The sixteenth President of the United States was assassinated in 1865 as he attended a play with his wife.
- Catherine: So aside from the accident, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the show?
- Raymond Chandler: Greg's account is styled after the hard-boiled detective fiction popularized by crime writer Raymond Chandler.
- Sara: Alright, Raymond Chandler, we get it.
- Bonnie and Clyde: Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were a notorious criminal couple around the time of the Great Depression. Their story is mostly remembered from the romanticized movie Bonnie and Clyde (1957).
- Mikey: Next thing I know she wants to be the Bonnie to my Clyde.
- Sara: Our tradition. Like becoming property exchange between your father and your husband.
Nick: Aww, that's not what a wedding is. It's a public declaration of love.
Greg: I'm with Vince Vaughn on this one. Dozens of horny single women with access to an open bar and coupling on their mind.
Waitress: Weddings are a Rorschach. Everybody sees what they want to see. My first five were good.
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