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Wendy Simms (Character)
from "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000)

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 14: Episode 10 -- A spa weekend for Sara, Finlay and Morgan turns into a murder investigation and missing persons case when Finlay disappears, as the CSI team must piece together what happened in detail to find her.

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  1. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"
    ... aka "CSI: Las Vegas" - South Africa (English title) (informal alternative title), USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "C.S.I." - USA (short title)
    ... aka "CSI: Weekends" - USA (promotional title)
        - Pool Shark (2010) TV episode, Played by Liz Vassey
        - Meat Jekyll (2010) TV episode, Played by Liz Vassey
        - Doctor Who (2010) TV episode, Played by Liz Vassey
        - Lost & Found (2010) TV episode, Played by Liz Vassey
        - Take My Life, Please (2010) TV episode, Played by Liz Vassey
          (73 more)

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From "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Lab Rats (#7.20)" (2007)
Wendy Simms: Well, we're working under the assumption that the killer was a foster kid, right? With probably an abusive childhood, so, a bloody baby doll. I mean, it's really not much of a stretch to say the doll represents the killer.
Hodges: Grissom had something on that.
[opens case file]
Hodges: "Freud's theory on the uncanny raises the point that as children we want the doll to come to life. But as adults, we are terrified by the idea. The doll could represent the uncanny that is feared. The Sandman."
Wendy Simms: Right, or exactly what I just said.
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