In the morgue, Warrick is taken aback when he sees the two women on gurneys, side by side. They wore the same toe nail polish, had the same watch on their wrists. Their causes of death are obvious, but Doc Robbins says Amanda died a few hours ahead of her sister. At least they didn’t share everything.
In his office, Grissom peruses a letter sent to him by a university, requesting his presence to teach a graduate seminar. Would he consider a sabbatical? Maybe… His reverie is broken by Catherine, who arrives to inform him, “Our two cases have become one.” Catherine is thinking Jill killed Amanda, then herself. It’s a simple murder-suicide. There were no visual connections between the twins; no photos of Amanda in Jill’s house, no phone numbers in each other’s phone books. So are the cases really connected?
The entire episode is available on the web. If I were technologically sophisticated, I would pull out the Williams scene and post the video at YouTube or at least a screen shot at Flickr. Can someone cool help us out? Note also a reference in the episode to a topic discussed here at EphBlog.
UPDATE: [by Eric]
Here is the inlined image as referenced below in the comments.