Vegas’ Star Teases Silver Ink Case ‘will continue to unravel throughout Season 2’
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CSI: Vegas finally gets some focus on the Silver Ink case, which was first teased at the end of season one. The finale ended with a glimpse of someone writing symbols (an invented language, executive producer Jason Tracey told TV Insider at the time). Now the CSIs are putting together the fact that several of their previous cases are linked.
“I can’t say much, but I will say that the mystery of Silver Ink will continue to be unraveled throughout the rest of the season,” series star Jay Lee (who plays Chris Park) tells TV Insider.
Being familiar with procedures and having experienced it before, we can’t help but worry that something will happen to someone on the team. “Yes the safety is a concern but I think Chris if I quote Max [Paula Newsome], said it best, that the CSI’s mind is their best weapon,” says Lee. “And of course they can only go so far defensively. But I think they are counting on the protection of the uni and who else might be around.”
In the final episode of 2022, “In the White Room,” the CSIs recognized connections between key players in several of their cases. A potential victim, Lamont Moore (Patrick Cage), from an early season two case? He was murdered during their latest investigation. As Season 2 premiere killer Alan Herskovitz (Joe Gillette) said, “It’s all by design.” And that draft included Lamont (according to a dossier found in his hotel room) being instructed to use the dishwasher, Albert (Alberto Frezza), who killed the cook in “There’s the Rub”; He had jumped off the roof, but Lamont appears to have been killed for refusing to obey orders. They also found a note in Lamonte’s room: “Keep your secrets. Chop the rotten fruit.”
Catherine (Marg Helgenberger) and Max went to see Alan, who wasn’t much help. “You’re already late,” he said. “There will be more blood, more reckoning, the wheel will turn, and there’s nothing you or I or anyone can do about it.”
Then some pieces fell into place when Allie (Mandeep Dhillon) and Serena (Ariana Guerra) found the latest killer, Richard Sloan (Jordan M. Cox). The plan is underway and “we must not interfere,” he stressed. “The basilisk commands me. The way must be clear. The basilisk knows everything. … You help or suffer. I had to find Lamont Moore. The basilisk is very clear. Nobody should stand in his way.”
Allie later discovered that the “Basilisk” is an internet thought experiment about an omniscient artificial intelligence. Supposedly it will torment everyone in the future who does not act according to his will. Richard thought an AI from the future was telling him to kill Lamont. True believers in the basilisk believe that the AI will kill anyone who tries to stop his rise to power, or anyone who doesn’t help him. But of course this is not AI, but a person manipulating others.
And that person now has a photo of Catherine, Max, and Penny (Sarah Gilman): he hacked into Richard’s computer, which is owned by the crime lab, and snapped it before Penny could close the screen. uh-oh How concerned should we be?
CSI: Vegas, Thursdays, 10/9c, CBS