Very rarely does an episode delve full on into a character’s personal life. Rather than trying to discourage the team from pursuing the lead that points to McKeen, he simply encourages them to make sure they have enough evidence to make the case stick. Because it lulls the audience into a false sense of security. It’s fitting that Nick is the last one of the team to see Warrick–their relationship as competitive colleagues and friends was established in the “Pilot” , and throughout the years it’s been built upon and enriched. He pulls Warrick from the car and begs him to hang on, only to have Warrick die in his arms. Nick, what was that shot?

The Undersheriff was clearly trying to determine how much Warrick knew and if he was going to let matters rest. Brown was a Las Vegas native, whose father abandoned him soon after his birth, and whose mother died when he was seven years old. Catherine finds chloroform in the PI’s body, linking his murder to Gedda’s. Although Sunday’s two-hour finale will resolve the season-long arc of the Gig Harbor Killer, all eyes will likely be on George Eads , as the original cast member departs the show after 15 seasons. That’s when I realized something bad was coming, and I suspect that this is exactly when the writers wanted us to realize this. We always intended to give Nick an emotional and touching farewell, and one that also would leave the door open for Nick to come back.

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Catherine and Nick arrive soon after, stunned by the tragic news. Grissom, Nick and Hodges discover a break epieode the blood splatter on Warrick’s shirt, indicating someone could have been holding Warrick up from behind and wafrick his gun.

Gary Dourdan ‘s Warrick was one of the show’s more passionate characters, and more interesting ones as well, since his rebellious nature meant that he pushed the boundaries in ways the other characters wouldn’t dare.

Not when I saw the preview for this episode. Both Dourdan and Warrick will be greatly missed. Because in a character’s final episode, it never ends this neatly. McKeen is quite the villain, isn’t he? Grissom goes through the officer’s locker, finding his handcuffs missing but discovering the key to them covered in blood.

Sara is able to help out a little even though she can’t officially work the case; she goes with Greg to Warrick’s apartment where the pair makes a startling discovery: Sara and Greg go to Warrick’s apartment, where they make a shocking discovery: The scene in which Grissom discovers Warrick shot and pulls him from the car is devastating.


Find more episode info in the Episode Guide. His final storyline–his pursuit of Gedda, being framed for the mobster’s murder, his determination to get to the bottom of the conspiracy–really isn’t one that could have happened to another character on this show.

But when, at the end of the episode, it was revealed that Tina was the mother and it wasn’t that Warrick had discovered a ten-year-old boy he’d never known about was his child, the news made a lot more sense, and fit with the show’s back story.

He offered advice before James was taken into custody and gave him his cell phone number. Because it lulls the audience into a false sense of security.

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Nick, what was that shot? The drama has played out and Warrick is in fact cleared, but there are about five minutes left to go. That doesn’t make Warrick’s death any less shocking or heartbreaking. Raised by his grandmother and Aunt Bertha, Warrick found it very difficult to socialize, and could often be found with his head in a book.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation–‘For Warrick’

Anyone who saw the final scene of “For Gedda” knows it’s a futile effort: The Curse of Oak Island 2. Later on in the season, Warrick found out that Tina was pregnant with his child.

Grissom goes to Brass with the information and Brass tells him he’s always felt McKeen was a man who could be bought. Conrad Ecklie, a character who has grown leaps and bounds over the seasons, asks Grissom what he needs, and allows him to work the case.

Grissom tells Ecklie he wants his team to work the case, and the supervisor acquiesces. In the Season 9 premiere, “For Warrick”, Grissom found Warrick bleeding to death in his car; Warrick tried to tell Grissom that McKeen shot him, but was deterred by McKeen’s brandishing of his sidearm, and died in Grissom’s arms.

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. It seemed like the logical conclusion and culmination of that character arc from the pilot. A free man once again, Warrick takes the team to a dive diner for breakfast.


It wasn’t until Grissom was smiling and telling Warrick that he was pretty sure he could save his job that I started to get that bad feeling in the pit of my stomach. Shows, especially police procedural shows, need characters like Warrick, characters who cross the lines because they have a fire and a drive that compels them to do so.

At Warrick’s funeral, Sara and Greg discovered that Warrick had a son named Eli with Tina, and had been fighting for custody over him. Though there’s always been an undercurrent of competitiveness between the two, what has always been at the forefront is the bond between them.

Views Read Edit View history. We know how the CSIs work. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. I admit that the initial revelation of this gave me pause; deis idea that Warrick conveniently found out just before his death that he was a father seemed a little much.

Later in the episode, “For Warrick”, the team found a video in Warrick’s home in which he stated that he never knew his biological father, but if he had to choose someone to be his father, it would have been Grissom. Warrick grew up in a strict household, and kept his position as a casino runner a secret from his grandmother.

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Warricl when Warrick was found covered in blood holding a gun by Gedda’s body. There could be a CSI: Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. Find more episode info in the Episode Guide. Catherine finds chloroform in the PI’s body, linking warricm murder to Gedda’s. McKeen taunts Nick who fires a shot just to the side of McKeen. They might have an unlikely ally in Conrad Ecklie, who actually sticks his neck out for the team twice in this episode, first by giving Grissom the case files and second by not kicking Catherine out of Warrick’s apartment when she comes to get Warrick a change of clothes.