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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

6 October 2000
A murder appears to be a suicide with very little evidence.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

John Pyper-Ferguson ... Husband
Harrison Young ... Judge Cohen

Allan Rich ... Dr. Gary Klausbach
Susan Gibney ... Charlotte Meridian

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Royce D. Applegate ... Mr. Laferty

Barbara Tarbuck ... Paige Harmon

Nancy Fish ... 'Lesley Stahl' - Liquor Store Owner
Cedrick Terrel ... Boe Wilson (as Cedrick Terrell)

Chandra West ... Holly Gribbs
Skip O'Brien ... Sergeant O'Riley

Matt O'Toole ... Paul Millander

Greg Collins ... Officer Arvington

Aasif Mandvi ... Dr. Leever

John Henry Whitaker ... Jimmy
Madison McReynolds ... Lindsey Willows

Garland Whitt ... Black Male

Ashly Holloway ... Laura Scott (as Ashley Holloway)

Jeff Snyder ... Officer Smith

Jane Leigh Connelly ... Wife

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Hotel Security
Terra Gold ... Gina Harmon

Krista Allen ... Kristy Hopkins (uncredited)

Andrew Cappelletti ... Bartender (uncredited)

Donald Dowd ... Forensics Tech (uncredited)

Jeremy Dunn ... Bellboy (uncredited)

Madeleine Falk ... Catherine's Sister (uncredited)
Don Deforest Paul ... Detective Jack Bolka (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Cool Change

13 October 2000
Grissom, newly appointed head of the crime lab, investigates the supposed suicide of a jackpot-winner. Meanwhile, Warrick has to deal with the fact that the shooting of rookie CSI Holly Gribbs was due to his failure to supervise her.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Tim De Zarn ... Red Carlton (as Tim DeZarn)

Ellen Crawford ... Lt. Jane Gribbs (scenes deleted)

Johnny Messner ... Ted Sallanger

Timilee Romolini ... Jamie Smith
Harrison Young ... Judge Cohen

Judith Scott ... Dr. Jenna Williams

Chandra West ... Holly Gribbs

Zach Johnson ... Detective Barns

Garland Whitt ... Jerrod Cooper
Darnell Suttles ... Elias Templeton (as M. Darnell Suttles)

Rocky McMurray ... Surveillance Director

Paula Francis ... News Anchor

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson

Jeff Snyder ... Officer Smith
David Sontag ... Bouncer
Monty Jordan ... SWAT Team Commander (uncredited)

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Crate 'n' Burial

20 October 2000
The search is on for a abducted woman while a hit and run death of a little girl is investigated.

Season 1, Episode 4: Pledging Mr. Johnson

27 October 2000
A severed leg is found in a lake while a fraternity pledge goes badly.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Jim Ortlieb ... Winston Barger

Vyto Ruginis ... Phil Swelco

Mark Famiglietti ... Matt Daniels
Craig Allen Wolf ... Kyle Travis
Harrison Young ... Judge Cohen

Grant Heslov ... Coroner Corbett

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Judith Scott ... Dr. Jenna Williams

Robert Dolan ... Hank - Fisherman #2

Mark Daneri ... George - Fisherman #1

Paul Terrell Clayton ... Homicide Detective Kane
Amy Collett ... Martie, the Waitress
Nicole Tarantini ... Jill Wentworth

Elliott Grey ... Barger's Attorney
Chris Demetral ... James Johnson (uncredited)
Cheryl Lawson ... Wendy Barger (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Friends & Lovers

3 November 2000
A young man is found naked and dead in the desert.

Season 1, Episode 6: Who Are You?

10 November 2000
Department protocol is violated when Catherine investigates her ex-husband's rape accusation.

Season 1, Episode 7: Blood Drops

17 November 2000
The team is called to a suburban house where the whole family, except the two daughters, have been murdered with no apparent motive.

Season 1, Episode 8: Anonymous

24 November 2000
Grissom, Catherine and Sara investigate an apparent suicide but soon realize that the death has not only been staged but is almost identical to a case they investigated several months before (in episode 1.1). The case takes yet another turn when Grissom's fingerprint is found on an object from the crime scene. Warrick and Nick, meanwhile, look into a car accident, but the only occupant is in the backseat and no driver is to be found. When fingerprints from the car are examined, they find them embedded with a strange blue dust.

Season 1, Episode 9: Unfriendly Skies

8 December 2000
The team investigates the death of a passenger aboard a commercial airliner. Grissom, Sara and Nick explore the evidence on the aircraft while Catherine and Warrick interview the passengers. They soon realize that the the forensic evidence and passenger statements don't quite add up. An autopsy reveals that the dead passenger had a serious medical condition. But who, or what, killed him?

Season 1, Episode 10: Sex, Lies and Larvae

22 December 2000
Sara and Grissom investigate the death of a woman, Kaye Shelton, found wrapped in a blanket in the mountains. With no way to confirm the time of death, Grissom relies on the insects found on her body to establish a timeline. Catherine and Warrick work on a case of a stolen painting. Nick works solo on a case of a missing wife.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

John Getz ... Richard Zeigler

Mark Moses ... Scott Shelton

Jennifer Sommerfeld ... Detective Secula (as Jennifer Sommerfield)

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Glenn Morshower ... Sheriff Brian Mobley

Marc Vann ... Conrad Ecklie

Blake Lindsley ... Jessica Lovett

Lisa Arturo ... Sheryl Applegate
Todd Sible ... Jason Ziegler

Jason Padgett ... Troy Ziegler
John Bastien ... Hiking boy

Alex Rice ... Angie

Will Potter ... Michael

Susan Santiago ... Attorney Kimberly Cassano (as Susan Martino)

David Berman ... David Phillips

Jennifer Toffel ... Liza Zeigler

Nicole Brunner ... Daughter

Donald Dowd ... Forensics Tech
Jodi Lyn Brockton ... Kaye Shelton (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: I-15 Murders

12 January 2001
While investigating the disappearance of Margaret Shorey at a supermarket, Grissom and Catherine stumble upon a serial killer who claims to have killed five women in supermarkets located along the I-15. Sara and Warrick is given the case of the death of a man who, his brother claims, was killed by a burglar. Sara soon suspects that the brother is not telling the truth. Nick is specially requested to solve a case of harassment.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Travis Fine ... Kenny Berlin

Tony Amendola ... Hand Writing Expert

Krista Allen ... Kristy Hopkins

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Judith Scott ... Dr. Jenna Williams

Julie Ariola ... Brenda Shorey

Amanda Carlin ... Margaret Shorey

Ray Proscia ... John Himmel

Kirk Trutner ... Steve Smith - Store Manager

Paul Terrell Clayton ... Homicide Detective Kane

Julius Ritter ... Jason

Mike Muscat ... Security Guard Taylor

Jamie McShane ... Jeff Berlin

Sandy Martin ... Female Trucker

Stacy Solodkin ... Girlfriend

Zylan Brooks ... Dispatcher

David Berman ... David Phillips

David Paladino ... Officer Pratt

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins (uncredited)

George Miklos ... Detective (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Fahrenheit 932

1 February 2001
Grissom receives a video tape from an inmate called Frank Damon who is on trial for the arson which resulted in his wife and son's death. On the tape, Damon claims that he is innocent and asks Grissom to help him. Grissom agrees to re-examine the evidence, despite knowing that this will anger Ecklie who originally worked on the case. Nick and Catherine, meanwhile, work on the case of a young man found shot in the head inside his car.

Season 1, Episode 13: Boom

8 February 2001
A bomb in a brief case goes off in the lobby of an office building. The team must piece together all the parts of this bomb to look for the maker's signature. Nick becomes involve in a crime when he spent a night with a woman who ends up dead the next day.

Season 1, Episode 14: To Halve and to Hold

15 February 2001
A human bone is found in the desert accidentally by a dog playing fetch with a man and his son. Grissom and Catherine assemble a team to comb the area for more bones. Back at the lab, they piece together the skeleton and determine that body was cut to pieces. From his teeth, the deceased is identified as a 70-year-old Mel Bennett. Catherine and Grissom pay a visit to his wife, who claims that her husband is at a nearby store. Sara and Warrick are called to a motel where a male stripper is found dead on the bed. The room is registered to a woman who recently threw a bachelorette party for her friend.

Season 1, Episode 15: Table Stakes

22 February 2001
The team arrives at a charity fund-raiser being held at the house of Portia Richmond, an ex-show girl who became very successful, where a body is found floating in the swimming pool. Portia herself is absent from the scene. The two hosts, Patrick and Amanda Haynes, claim that she is on vacation in Europe. Warrick works on a case of a mob shooting. The deceased is found in a glass elevator with a quarter stuck in the bullet wound on his forehead.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Shawn Christian ... Patrick Haynes / Chad Matthews

Elizabeth Lackey ... Amanda Haynes

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Glenn Morshower ... Sheriff Brian Mobley

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Sheeri Rappaport ... Mandy Webster

Colette O'Connell ... Detective Conroy

Allison Dunbar ... Rachel Carson
Joann Richter ... Lacey Duvall

Nichole Hiltz ... Dancer (as Nichole M. Hiltz)

Jack Wallace ... Tony Mumms
Trey Alexander ... Vincent Morgan
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson ... Mrs. Burton (as Lorraine Hunt)
Robert Sutton ... Stage Manager

John Churchill ... Shibley

C.C. Carr ... Guest
William Johnson ... Tyson Green, Dead Guy (as William Patrick Johnson)
Lloyd Kino ... Gardner
Robert Iaquinto ... Hit Man
Nick Trasente ... Pit Boss

Nicole Brunner ... Show Girl
Zeen Jones ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Lindsey Labrum ... Jenifer (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Too Tough to Die

1 March 2001
A Jane Doe is brutally attacked and raped before being left to die on the side of the road. With two bullets lodged in her brain, she is in a deep coma. Catherine and Warrick work on an open case of a man killed by his neighbor. The statements from the accused and the deceased's wife contradict each other.

Season 1, Episode 17: Face Lift

8 March 2001
A thief is found dead from blunt force trauma to his head in a pottery store where he was evidently trying to crack a safe. The team dusts the store and finds the fingerprint of a girl who has been missing for the last 20 years. Sara and Warrick find what's left of an old woman in her rocking chair. The two believe that they are witnessing a case of spontaneous human combustion. To prove it, Sara decides to conduct an experiment by herself.

Season 1, Episode 18: $35K O.B.O.

29 March 2001
A couple walks out of a fancy restaurant to their car. They are attacked and killed. When the team arrives on the scene, the only eye-witness is a young man who stayed behind to give his statements. Catherine investigates the collapse of an apartment building which resulted in the death of three elderly people.

Season 1, Episode 19: Gentle, Gentle

12 April 2001
A kidnapping case becomes unusually personal to the usually detached Grissom. The 4-month old baby, Zach Anderson, was allegedly kidnapped from his home. A ransom note, found by his mother, is left in his crib. Many things seem strange about this case as more evidence are analyzed. When Zach's body is found on a nearby golf course, the team is sure that his death is no mere accident.

Season 1, Episode 20: Sounds of Silence

19 April 2001
Grissom, Sara and Warrick investigate the apparent hit and run of a young man...they soon discover he was deaf. Meanwhile, Nick and Catherine are attempting to solve a mass murder in a coffee shop.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Deanne Bray ... Dr. Gilbert
Mario Schugel ... Brad Kendall

Tom Gallop ... Attorney Randy Painter

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Elaine Kagan ... Mrs. Clemonds
Jonah Rooney ... Mark Rucker

Austin Nichols ... Adam Walkey
Skip O'Brien ... Detective Ray O'Riley
Arlene Malinowski ... Halley the Interpreter
Greg Anderson ... Brian Clemonds

David Berman ... David Phillips

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson
Scott Caudill ... Paul Arrington (as Scott 'Jesic' Caudill)

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Officer Joe Metcalf
Caroline Barba ... Lisa

Samantha Harris ... Charlotte

Joannah Portman ... Erin McCarty

Mark Ginther ... Al Robson

Kanin Howell ... Roy Hinton (as Kanan Howell)

Bonnie Morgan ... Alice Neely
Jeff Podgurski ... Frankie Flynn

Kelli McNeil ... Deaf Girl (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Justice Is Served

26 April 2001
Katherine gets emotionally involved while investigating the death of a six-year old girl at a carnival. Grisson, Nick and Warick take on the case of a jogger who was apparently attacked by an animal who knows how to use a scalpel.

Season 1, Episode 22: Evaluation Day

10 May 2001
A head is found in the trunk of a car.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Strip Strangler

17 May 2001
There's a serial killer on the loose in Las Vegas. Since this is a very high-profile case, the sheriff brings in the FBI to help. This annoys Grissom very much as the FBIs like to assume many things while he prefers to let the evidence speak for themselves. Due to his seemingly refusal to cooperate, he is taken off the case. His team, however, knows better and keeps their boss informed on the details.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Michael Cerveris ... Syd Booth Goggle

Rainn Wilson ... Guy in Supermarket

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Glenn Morshower ... Sheriff Brian Mobley
Randall Slavin ... Hunter F. Baumgartner

Gregg Henry ... Special Agent Rick Culpepper
Skip O'Brien ... Sergeant Ray O'Riley
Todd McKee ... Bradley Walden

Paula Francis ... News Anchor

Maureen Muldoon ... Reporter Lynda Darby
Jim Jenkins ... Male TV Reporter (uncredited)

Lisa Lefevre ... Exotic Dancer (uncredited)
Troy Martin ... Corpse (uncredited)

Nicole Randall ... Eileen Jane Snow (uncredited)
William Wantland ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Burked

27 September 2001
A Casino mogul is found dead by his gardener, seemingly of a drug overdose.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Scott Wilson ... Sam Braun

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Missy Crider ... Janine Haywood (as Melissa Crider)

Brenda Bakke ... Bonnie Ritten

Fredric Lehne ... Curt Ritten (as Fredric Lane)
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Sheeri Rappaport ... Mandy Webster

Joseph Will ... Walt Braun

Jeff Ricketts ... Deliveryman

Richard Courtney ... Tony Braun (as Richard Ethan Courtney)

Hillary Crouse ... Receptionist (as Hilary Crouse)

Tony Genaro ... Gardener

Laura Reilly ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Chaos Theory

4 October 2001
The detectives hunt for clues relating to a missing college freshman. Their hope of finding her alive diminishes as all of their leads on her turn cold.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Dale Midkiff ... Prof. Robert Woodbury

Clayne Crawford ... Henry McFadden

Garrett M. Brown ... Mr. Rycoff
Sherry Hursey ... Mrs. Rycoff

Danielle Nicolet ... Jennifer Riggs

Shelby Fenner ... Paige Rycoff
Kate McNeil ... Sharon Woodbury

Grant Garrison ... Kevin Watson

Paula Francis ... News Anchor

Jon Hershfield ... N.D. Student

Archie Kao ... Campus Security Tech / M. Blaze

Brent Sexton ... Mark Doyle

Season 2, Episode 3: Overload

11 October 2001
A construction worker falls off a tall building. Forensics determines that he died prior to the fall. Another case involves a boy who suffocates to death at his therapist's house late in the night.

Season 2, Episode 4: Bully for You

18 October 2001
Shameless, yet rather popular 'cool' high-school bully Barry Shickle is found shot in the boys' bathroom. Shy Dennis Fram, a favorite daily victim, was at his wits end. The school authorities couldn't help, but his sassy sister expected her lover, the coach, to pull Barry in line. Destitute veteran Lt. William "Moses" Cartson's corps is found dumped in a woodland. He was considered a bothersome beggar, especially by a bouncer.

Season 2, Episode 5: Scuba Doobie-Doo

25 October 2001
A scuba diver (at least a man who dresses like one) is found dead, fully equipped with an oxygen tank, on a tree in a burned forest.

Season 2, Episode 6: Alter Boys

1 November 2001
A woman is found dead at a spa while a young man is found burying dead bodies.

Season 2, Episode 7: Caged

8 November 2001
A woman is found dead in a locked room while another died when her car is hit by a train.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown (credit only)

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Currie Graham ... Stanley Hunter
Skip O'Brien ... Detective Ray O'Riley
David Dunard ... Train Engineer

Wayne Wilderson ... Paramedic

John Duerler ... Croft

Tsianina Joelson ... Megan Treadwell
María Celedonio ... Melanie - Dark-Haired Waitress

Michael A. Goorjian ... Aaron Pratt (as Michael Goorjian)

Faline England ... Wendy - Red-Haired Waitress

Nicole Cannon ... Veronica Bradley (as Nicole Freeman)

Archie Kao ... Archie Johnson
DC Ford ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Slaves of Las Vegas

15 November 2001
The death of a woman named Mona whose body was dumped in a sand pit leads Grissom and Catherine to a fetish club run by Lady Heather. Since Mona was a dominant, Lady Heather was surprised that her employee was tortured and suffocated to death. This leads Grissom to conclude that the victim was a 'switch', someone who could play both the dominant or the submissive role.

Season 2, Episode 9: And Then There Were None

22 November 2001
A casino was brutally but clumsily robbed by at least four trigger-happy fiends, the men of which wore female wigs. Painstaking identification efforts lead to ex-con serial killer Tammy Felton and accomplices, but one by one is found murdered themselves. The solution comes only after links are found with the bizarre shooting of a desert hamlet's only store's clerk, discovered by state trooper William Spencer, who messed up the crime scene despite long experience.

Season 2, Episode 10: Ellie

6 December 2001
The investigation of the death of a petty con man/drug mule leads the CSI team to Brass' daughter Ellie.

Season 2, Episode 11: Organ Grinder

13 December 2001
Major home developer Robert Fairmont is found unconscious in a hotel elevator, probably staged. Widow Julia knew about his serial adultery and approved his organs to be donated and the rest of his body cremated, having been released as he died naturally of an aneurysm, but the doc may have overseen heavy metal poisoning. Dandrum traces to his suspiciously devoted secretary and confidant Claudia Gideon. The ladies have a surprising common past.

Season 2, Episode 12: You've Got Male

20 December 2001
The detectives found the worse possible thing in their crime scene: another body. Although the two woman appear totally dissimilar at first glance, they are actually sisters. One is very out-going while the other is a recluse, working from her house and buying everything from catalogs. The primary crime scene is at their house which bears signs of violence, but with none of a force entry

Season 2, Episode 13: Identity Crisis

17 January 2002
A staged suicide harks the return of a serial killer. Catherine and Gil Grissom, while at court, finds the the residing judge looks exactly like this killer. Grissom investigates the judge's past and finds a startling answer.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Finger

31 January 2002
Wealthy Roy Logan acts suspiciously when withdrawing $1,000,000 cash and his blood on his hands, but must be released for lack of a crime. When Catherine rushes after him with his spectacles, she gets a phone-call and is shown a severed finger proving Logan's adulterous lover Amanda Freeman was kidnapped. Logan ignores her advice, almost greedily handing over the ransom without proof of life, and Amanda is found where indicated- murdered days before.

Season 2, Episode 15: Burden of Proof

7 February 2002
A body is found in the body farm. He died from what looks like a bullet wound, yet Dr. Robbins and Grissom can't find any bullet fragments. Instead, they found bits of ground beef inside the wound track. The team links this death to an arson case. The investigation takes a turn when the 12-year-old daughter of the deceased's fiancée has been a victim of sexual assault for some time. Back at the lab, Sara asks for a 6-month leave, citing that she doesn't feel at ease at work with her co-workers, especially with her boss, Grissom.

Season 2, Episode 16: Primum Non Nocere

28 February 2002
An ice hockey player dies during a game.

Season 2, Episode 17: Felonious Monk

7 March 2002
Grissom studies Ananda's Vegas Buddhist monastery where all other Thai monks where fatally shot in the forehead-chakra, the only other survivor being the just-fired cook. Forensics also show the lied-about presence of hostile businessman Peter Hutchins senior and his son, Pete junior. Actually theft proves crucial. Catherine's mentor Jimmy Tadero fails to destroy evidence concerning the case of violent repeat-offender Dwight Kelso, who maintains his innocence of his death-bed. Greg shows it wasn't just poorly handled.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass (credit only)

Bruce McGill ... Jimmy Tadero

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins
Marshall Bell ... Peter Hutchins Sr.

Aaron Paul ... Peter Hutchins Jr.

Nicholas Sadler ... Dwight Kelso
Skip O'Brien ... Detective Ray O'Riley

Marc Vann ... Conrad Ecklie

Randy Thompson ... Col. Isaac Phillips, USAF

Mark Dacascos ... Ananda

David Berman ... David Phillips
Jusak Bernhard ... David Suddahara (as Jusak Yang Bernhard)

Michael DeLano ... Ted Benton (as Michael Delano)

Koji Kataoka ... Monk #2
Steven Kozlowski ... Tommy (as Steve Kozlowski)
Kimberly Lyon ... Stephanie Watson
Gregory Onga ... Monk #3
Woon Young Park ... Monk #1
Eck Stone ... Monk #4

Troy Remelski ... Peter's Friend (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Chasing the Bus

28 March 2002
A tour bus heading to Las Vegas skids off the highway, leading to many deaths and even more injuries. The team suspects that this is no mere accident.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Denis Arndt ... Larry Maddox (as Dennis Arndt)

Joseph D. Reitman ... Sean Nolan

Cara Buono ... Tracy Logan - Eric's Girlfriend

Scott Plank ... Eric Kevlin

Eddie Jemison ... Vincent

Kevin Will ... Martin Draper

Eric Matheny ... Dr. Hawkins
Lauren Hodges ... Jill
Kris Iyer ... ER Surgeon

David Berman ... David Phillips

Christopher Caso ... Ryan Hyde

Stephon Fuller ... Gas Station Attendant

Monica Garcia ... Mrs. Parker
Stuart Gold ... John Cooper

Jim Hanna ... Jack

Jerry Hauck ... Mr. Parker
Revital Krawetz ... Diane Cooper

Mark Lentry ... Calvin McBride

Billy Mayo ... Fire Chief James Walker

Julie Mintz ... Sabrina Wright

Kate Orsini ... Mini-Mart Clerk
Todd E. Slayton ... Paramedic (as Todd Slayton)
Mona Wyatt ... Gwen Murray

Season 2, Episode 19: Stalker

4 April 2002
A young woman is found dead inside a heavily secured house. The position of her body strikes a chord in Nick's memory, prompting him to believe that he might be the next target.

Season 2, Episode 20: Cats in the Cradle...

25 April 2002
An old lady is found dead with a stabbed wound in her upper chest. There are over 20 cats in her house.

Season 2, Episode 21: Anatomy of a Lye

2 May 2002
Grissom and Sidle investigate the death of someone who was buried in a shallow grave in a park and covered in lye. The autopsy reveals that the victim was struck by a car in the last 72 hours and bled to death. There was no blood at the grave site, however. The accident is traced to a young lawyer who has just started as an associate with a major law firm. Stokes looks into the death of Stacy Warner who is found in the middle of the desert but is determined to have drowned. She was a an extreme sports enthusiast out on a challenging trek but she seemed ill-prepared for the route she took.

Season 2, Episode 22: Cross-Jurisdictions

9 May 2002
Las Vegas's retired police commissioner Duke Rittle was tortured to death after an 'exclusive' party. The ex-con who drove him is found murdered in the car's trunk, but not the last on Grissom's trail. Rittle's young daughter Sasha is missing and the suspect, a socialite chameleon, is seen on a private flight to Miami. Grissom sends Catherine there. Luckily Horatio takes brilliant charge, realizing it's the MO of a Florida serial killer of socialite couples, who spared the girl but eliminated all other witnesses and clearly isn't done yet, even sets a trap for the police.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

Adam Rodriguez ... Eric Delko

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders (credit only)

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

David Caruso ... Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Emily Procter ... Calleigh Duquesne

Rory Cochrane ... Tim Speedle

Khandi Alexander ... Dr. Alexx Woods

David Alan Basche ... Gordon Daimler / Adam van der Welk

Jeffrey D. Sams ... Detective Cyrus Lockwood

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Officer Joe Metcalf

Kari Wuhrer ... Tiffany Langer

John Kapelos ... Chief Duke Rittle

Jenna Boyd ... Sasha Rittle

Darlene Vogel ... Mina Rittle

Andre B. Blake ... Composite Artist (as Andre Blake)

Kim Delgado ... Security Guard

Todd Felix ... Scott - Safe-Cracking Tech

Marc Macaulay ... Florida State Trooper

Tom Hillmann ... Special Agent Sackheim
Patrick Mickler ... Patrol Captain
Ralph Navarro ... Doorman
Kerry Nicholson ... Sharpshooter Detweiler
Jackson Rose ... Dylan Corwin
Paul Tei ... Nightclub Manager
Tina Powers ... Honey waitress

Candice Cook ... Nevada State Trooper (uncredited)

Sabrina Culver ... Honey Girl (uncredited)
Johnny Hasselbach ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Monika Kramlik ... Honey Girl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Hunger Artist

16 May 2002
The body of a woman is found in a shopping cart, wrapped in a blanket with her mutilated face protruding out. The woman was a model named Ashley James whose face can be found all over Las Vegas, on billboards and magazine covers.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Revenge Is Best Served Cold

26 September 2002
A world-famous poker champion drops dead in the middle of a game. He appears to have had a heart attack. Outside of the city, Nick and Catherine investigates the death of a young street racer.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Christopher Wiehl ... Hank Peddigrew

Ian Somerhalder ... Tony Del Nagro

Cliff De Young ... Mr. Del Nagro (as Cliff DeYoung)

Eric Stonestreet ... Ronnie Litre

Carmine Giovinazzo ... Thumpy G

Madison Mason ... Doyle 'Candyman' Pfeiffer

John Paul Pitoc ... Michelangelo (as J.P. Pitoc)

Todd Stashwick ... Matt

Donna W. Scott ... Waitress Nancy (as Donna Scott)
Brent Hinkley ... Steven Masters

Walter Jones ... Street Racer (as Walter Emanuel Jones)

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson

Jeffrey D. Sams ... Detective Cyrus Lockwood

David Berman ... David Phillips

Michael Bunin ... Bartender (as Mike Bunin)

Andrea de Oliveira ... Waitress

Christopher Gehrman ... Adam Masters

Doug Jones ... Grinder

Damara Reilly ... Lita Gibbons

Hilary Shepard ... Mrs. Del Nagro (as Hilary Shepard Turner)

Josef Cannon ... Fireman
Anthony Vaughan ... Vip Guest / Featured, Swat / Featured, Pimp Featured

Season 3, Episode 2: The Accused Is Entitled

3 October 2002
Hollywood sex symbol Tom Haviland admits having had sex with a girl who is found in the same casino hotel, throat fatally pierced with a corkscrew. As he failed to clean up, the team quickly gathers enough evidence for a murder charge. His top lawyer chooses to demand a near-instant trial, leaving CSI almost no time to work out the part of Tom's buddy and a second victim, actually the first murder. Meanwhile Grissom's mentor and predecessor, Dr. Phillip Gerard, uses all his forensic expertise to question every move they make and discredit team members.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Chad Michael Murray ... Tom Haviland

Christopher Wiehl ... Hank Peddigrew

Michael B. Silver ... Prosecutor for CSI

Michael Ensign ... Judge Peter Croft

Marta Martin ... Suzi Bergh

David Purdham ... Ray-Ray Varney's Lawyer

Lindsay Frost ... Atty. Marjorie Westcott

Raymond J. Barry ... Dr. Phillip Gerard

David Berman ... David Phillips

Paula Francis ... News Anchor

Linda Kim ... Tonya
Thomas Kuehl ... Ray-Ray Varney (as Tom Kuehl)

J. Antonio Moon ... Bailiff

Nancy Yoon ... Kim Hsu
Shahid Ali ... Craps Player / Fan

Nate Bynum ... Black Media

C.C. Carr ... Female Media
Jamal Clark ... Security Guard
Justin Cooper ... Caucasian Media

Corinna Harney ... Girl Gone Wild (as Corinna Harney-Jones)
Don Mirault ... Ken Murdock

Frank Patton ... Stick Player

Max Shippee ... Fan

Jakob Dylan ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Let the Seller Beware

10 October 2002
The owners of a house placed on sale is found dead. Their bodies were discovered by two interested buyers. Sara is working solo on the death of a cheerleader at a high school.

Season 3, Episode 4: A Little Murder

17 October 2002
A dwarf is found dead, hanged in an auditorium during an annual convention for little people. Working on a case of murder during a home invasion, Catherine is attacked by the perpetrator while processing the scene.

Season 3, Episode 5: Abra Cadaver

31 October 2002
During a magic show, a female participant really disappears during a disappearing act. Nick and Catherine investigates the death of a rock star found on his tour bus with a needle stuck in his arm.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Execution of Catherine Willows

7 November 2002
On the day of convicted serial killer-rapist John Mathers's execution, a new case following his MO causes a stay after countering the already administered lethal injection and urgent forensic (re-)examination. It was Catherine's first case leading to death row. The most modern techniques, even requiring federal equipment not available to Greg, show another killer was at work and probably one was a copy-cat, but the question remains in which order, as that may or not discharge Mathers.

Season 3, Episode 7: Fight Night

14 November 2002
Boxer LaRoi Steele didn't survive his third fight against Javier Molina, whom he defeated in both earlier encounters. Grissom works out what happened exactly and why after learning how that Vegas show discipline really works. Nick wanted a solo case but isn't tickled-pink with a jewelry theft, yet does it well enough to counter abuse from ingrate victims. A gang fight involving an arrogant 'modern' gangster turns out to tie in as well.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Christopher Wiehl ... Hank Peddigrew

Roma Maffia ... Adelle Cross

Khalil Kain ... Jerome 'The Man' Anderson

Greg Serano ... Javier Molina

Jennifer Aspen ... Mrs. Ramsey

Ron Canada ... Gerry Barone
Skip O'Brien ... Detective Ray O'Riley
Richard Biggs ... Anderson's Attorney
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Rick Aiello ... Boxing Referee (as Ricky Aiello)

Ryan Cutrona ... Cut Man
Marty Rackham ... Mack Ramsey

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson
Terry Bozeman ... Attorney Brad Lewis

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Molina's Chief Trainer
Dawn Marie Church ... Jewelry Store Manager
Peter Cunningham ... LaRoi Steele (as Pete Cunningham)

Rick Fitzgerald ... Randy James

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Officer Joe Metcalf

Charley Rossman ... Officer Beltran

Mikaela Brown ... Girlfriend (uncredited)
Patrick A. Horton ... Nevada Gaming Commissioner (uncredited)
Robert Paul Lewis ... Nevada Gaming Commissioner (uncredited)
Shane Russeck ... Corner Man (uncredited)

Larnell Stovall ... Timothy 'Tiny Tim' Fontaine (uncredited)
Ernesto Trinidad ... Ring Side Photographer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Snuff

21 November 2002
A murder is caught on tape. With no body or a crime scene, Sara, Warrick and Catherine must get as much information as possible from the grainy 16 mm film. Grissom and Nick must brave a colony of fire ants to recover a body.

Season 3, Episode 9: Blood Lust

5 December 2002
A taxi driver accidentally runs over a teenage boy. He is later brutally beaten by a gang who thinks he is running away. Grissom and Sara works on the case and finds that the boy was dead prior to being hit from a stab wound.

Season 3, Episode 10: High and Low

12 December 2002
A body falls out of the sky, literally. The cause of death is suffocation but the body bears no signs of strangulation.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Richard Burgi ... Rick Weston

Michael Trucco ... Fred Dacks

Colleen Porch ... Artsy Photographer
Skip O'Brien ... Detective Ray O'Riley

Leslie Bega ... Leah

Cynthia Preston ... Waitress

Sal Landi ... Frank Kraft
Philip McNiven ... 'II' / 'The Doctor' - Tattoo Artist

Cooper Thornton ... Ned Bookman

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson
Catherine MacNeal ... Grissom's Doctor

David Berman ... David Phillips

Dennis Cockrum ... Roger Edmonds
Justice Coleman ... Jake - Blader #1
Jeremy Jimenez ... Tim - Blader #2

Carl Paoli ... Jimmy Maurer
Rain Denise Wilson ... Female Employee

David John Adamson ... Paragliding Student

Jeff Bruno ... Paraglider

Jack Guzman ... LVPD Officer

Season 3, Episode 11: Recipe for Murder

9 January 2003
Nick, just back on the job, and Sara, distracted by her affair with paramedic Hank Peddigrew, discover progressively that a woman's apparent suicide was murder and her DNA proves she switched identity. Actually it's John Damon's wife, who left him and two young children nearly five years ago. A severed hand stuck in an industrial meat-grinder is traced to Les Dutton's restaurant, where chef Davidoff is missing, actually minced. Bloody staff customs and rivalry complicate Grissom's search for the culprit(s).

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Christopher Wiehl ... Hank Peddigrew

Daniel Hagen ... John Damon

Marita Geraghty ... Jane Damon

Wallace Langham ... David Hodges

Robert Mailhouse ... Les Dutton, Restaurant Manager

Kimberly Huie ... Lola Creighton, Saucier Chef

Darren Pettie ... Ross Halpo, Sous Chef

Chad Lindberg ... Brody Jones

Perrey Reeves ... Linda's Neighbor

Cameron Mathison ... Danny Pasqualle

Lori Rom ... The Hostess

Scott MacDonald ... Harold Haskins, Truck Driver

Larry Clarke ... Detective Sulik

Pat Asanti ... Harlan - Shop Foreman

Dar Dixon ... Chef Davidoff

Iva Hasperger ... Linda Damon

Season 3, Episode 12: Got Murder?

16 January 2003
An eye is recovered from the beak of a raven. Catherine, Sara, and Nick attempts to find the rest of the body and discover the deceased at the Las Vegas garbage dump. They bring the body, along with items found around it, back to the lab hoping to find who the woman was. Dr. Robbins and David begin a routine autopsy only to realize that the man isn't yet dead. They revive him but he later die in the hospital. Grissom and Warrick investigate the cause of his suspicious death.

Season 3, Episode 13: Random Acts of Violence

30 January 2003
A little girl dies in her bed when her house is bombarded with bullets from an automatic gun. Her father and brother are unharmed. Warrick knows the family and lets his emotions rule his objectivity by immediately assuming a suspect to be guilty. This leads to a tragic conclusion for the victim's father and the suspect. Nick works on the case of a dead computer geek in a sealed room with only one exit. His three employees who were working on the other side of the door are all suspects.

Season 3, Episode 14: One Hit Wonder

6 February 2003
There is a 'peeping Tom' on the loose in Las Vegas. He has just committed his first breaking-and-entering which means that he is going to commit more serious crimes any time soon. This fear becomes true when he rapes a young woman. The team works against time before this criminal strikes again. Sara, working solo, re-opens a case involving an assistant DA's husband's death. Three years ago, they were shot in their own home. The bullet got stuck in her throat and she is finally having it removed. The bullet is the only evidence Sara has to find the truth.

Season 3, Episode 15: Lady Heather's Box

13 February 2003
Two male prostitutes are found dead, one in a night club and the other in his own home. They both worked for Lady Heather so Gil Grissom and Jim Brass pay another visit to her house. Catherine, while processing the house of the second victim, receives a phone call from her daughter Lindsay who is stuck in her dad's sinking car alone. Things get more complicated when Lindsay's father is later found dead from a bullet wound. Sara is given the case.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Melinda Clarke ... Lady Heather

Michael Riley ... Steven McCormick

Amy Pietz ... Rebecca McCormick

Elizabeth Berkley ... Renée, Foam Dancer
Timothy Carhart ... Eddie Willows
Madison McReynolds ... Lindsey Willows

Pauley Perrette ... Candeece / Pink Hair

Sam Ball ... Zed Kiner (as Samuel Ball)

Alimi Ballard ... Music Producer
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Leslie Bega ... Leah

Archie Kao ... Archie Johnson

Benjamín Benítez ... Sound Engineer

Rick Pasqualone ... Club Owner

Shayne Anderson ... Club Security

Kata Dobó ... Chloe Samms (as Kata Dobo)
David Fogg ... Lord Create DJ

Tomiko Fraser ... Tall Party Girl

Rib Hillis ... Croix Richards

Patricia Bethune ... Teacher (as P.B. Hutton)

Sandra McCoy ... Hot Chick
Jennifer Gabbert ... Cage Dancer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Lucky Strike

20 February 2003
The police pursues a car driving recklessly before stopping. The driver, who has a wooden stake sticking out of his head, stumbles out before falling down dead. This site attracts quite a crowd before the coroner arrives and authorizes the body to be moved. Catherine and Warrick works on a kidnapping of Isaiah, the son of a very famous basketball player. There was a ransom note left at the hotel lobby asking for $5 million.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Dwayne Adway ... Tavian Tombs

Tracy Middendorf ... Bridget Willis (as Tracy Lynn Middendorf)

Leslie Silva ... The Nanny

Mahershala Ali ... Tombs' Security Guard (as Mahershalalhashbaz Ali)

Cameron Daddo ... Hotel Manager

Sam Jaeger ... Kevin the Bellman

Jeffrey D. Sams ... Detective Cyrus Lockwood

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Officer Joe Metcalf (as Joe Kelly)
Loren Lazerine ... Alex James

Christina Christian ... Kenisha Jones

Tequan Richmond ... Tramelle Willis-Tombs
Alexandra Lee ... Josie Willis (as Alexandra Victoria Lee)

Jimm Giannini ... Joe McPherson
Steffon Sam Jr. ... Isaiah Jones-Tombs

Jackamoe Buzzell ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Angela Casassa ... Blonde at Black Jack Table (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Crash and Burn

13 March 2003
An elderly lady drives her car recklessly into a café for no apparent reason. Meanwhile, a wife dies of carbon monoxide poisoning while her husband does not even though he was sleeping right next to her.

Season 3, Episode 18: Precious Metal

3 April 2003
A really badly decomposed body of a man is found in a chemical waste barrel. The markings on the barrel indicates that it came from a warehouse, now used as an arena for specially-built remote-controlled robots to destroy each other.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Katherine LaNasa ... Ginger

Matt Winston ... Brian Kelso
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Garret Dillahunt ... Luke

Matt DeCaro ... Mr. Jones, Coin Dealer
Blake Adams ... Willy Reddington

Sarah Lancaster ... Mrs. Mercer

Katherine Boecher ... Red Rider (as Pippi Boecher)
Christopher Crotty ... Bouncer (as Chris Crotty)

Wiley M. Pickett ... Christian Cutler (as Wiley Pickett)

Craig Welzbacher ... Jimbo

Alexandre Chen ... Vomiting Rookie Coroner's Assistant (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: A Night at the Movies

10 April 2003
A man is found stabbed to death in an art house cinema while a young shooting victim is found in a storage room with a bizarrely wide bullet hole pattern.

Season 3, Episode 20: Last Laugh

24 April 2003
Jim Brass asks Sara and Nick to re-investigate a case which was ruled as an accidental drowning when he sees how happy the once-grieving husband is with a new date and sports car. Meanwhile, Catherine and Grissom works to solve a case of a very famous comedian who fell during his act and died.

Season 3, Episode 21: Forever

1 May 2003
A horse stomps her trainer to death aboard a luxurious personal jet. The horse is then personally cared for by a vet in quarantine upon landing. Things begin to look much more suspicious and complex when the horse suddenly dies and the vet disappears. Another case involves the suicide of two teenagers in the middle of the desert.

Season 3, Episode 22: Play with Fire

8 May 2003
A woman dies at a high school football field. She has been associated with a recently released prisoner. Greg's DNA lab explodes and evidence is destroyed in the fire. Warrick and Catherine are assigned to investigate the cause of the explosion.

Season 3, Episode 23: Inside the Box

15 May 2003
A bank robbery results to the death of Detective Lockwood. No money was stolen. The only missing thing is one safety deposit box registered to a friend of Sam Braun. Catherine Willows decides to confront Sam about the incident which ultimately leads to the discovery that she is his daughter. Grissom finally decides to get surgery to correct his hearing.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Assume Nothing

25 September 2003
Several couples are killed bloodily after a wild party night in the same luxury hotel with Cameron and Mandy Klinefeld, or rather one somehow forced to kill the spouse. Nick is pleased to bump into former college mate Kenny Richmond, who works there, until it seems buddy boy passed confidential information to the press, which could get Nick fired.

Season 4, Episode 2: All for Our Country

2 October 2003
A grossly decomposed corpse in a bath tub is identified as frat student Daniel O'Hannissey. He was last seen in a bar, taking part in a brawl about team sports, but left apparently unhurt. Meanwhile, the serial couples killings investigation takes a sharp turn when both are murdered in their home, while the undercover police observation was diverted.

Season 4, Episode 3: Homebodies

9 October 2003
Fingerprints suggest a link between two home invasions, but it's hard to link either the victims or the logical suspects, who may all be innocent. The crucial survivor testimony proves the most tenacious problem. A toddler found and accidentally fired a murder weapon in the family's suburb garden. Its place is a mystery, being so overt and unrelated to the victim, a bounty-hunting has-been, until the team consults the sky.

Season 4, Episode 4: Feeling the Heat

23 October 2003
During a week-log heat wave, corpses are found, mostly accidentally. A.D.A. Jeffrey Sinclair decides to 'make an example' of a workaholic father who forgot his baby-boy in his scorching-hot car with fatal result, but the team finds the couple lost a previous baby and may have murdered this one. Mark Young is missing since his teen date's fatal lake sports accident. A fat man on a crazy diet was electrocuted at home.

Season 4, Episode 5: Fur and Loathing

30 October 2003
Robert Pitt was run over by a truck which hit a car. Pitt was wearing his sophisticated 'Rocky Raccoon' costume, for the PET convention in Vegas, so Grimssom goes there. Pitt was also lethally shot with a rare, powerful pistol. Nick investigates the fatal shooting of a man, left in an icy meat-locker, while security guard Petey was cuing up for burgers, and finds the case revolves around stolen ice-cream just past expiration date.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Willie Garson ... Bud Simmons / Sexy Kitty

Patrick Fischler ... Mr. Lee / Wolfie

Wallace Langham ... David Hodges

Brad William Henke ... George Bartell (as Brad Henke)
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Paul Francis ... Rich

Todd Robert Anderson ... Petey
Steven Barr ... Ranger

David Berman ... David Phillips
Kim Robillard ... Trucker

Chad Einbinder ... Tiger

Evan Arnold ... Robert Pitt / Rocky Raccoon
Traci L. Crouch ... Linda Jones / Linda Lamb

Kimble Jemison ... Valet
Edmund Wyson ... Officer on Duty

Robert Baker ... Virgil (uncredited)

Brian Baumgartner ... Dog Man (uncredited)

Alex Boling ... Photographer (uncredited)

Paula Francis ... News Anchor (uncredited)

Eric Stonestreet ... Ronnie Litre (uncredited)
Ernesto Trinidad ... Grey Mouse Furry (uncredited)

Laura Ann Tull ... Cat (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Jackpot

6 November 2003
The sheriff of desolate town Jackpot calls in CSI for assistance after a severed head is found. The sheriff proves rather more cynical than helpful towards Grissom, unlike the veterinarian-coroner. The rest of the corpse is found buried to the shoulders alive, an Native American torture technique. Grissom triumphs over sabotage and works out the local reports and relevant secrets.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes (credit only)

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle (credit only)

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Scott Wilson ... Sam Braun

Jeffrey Combs ... Dr. Dale Sterling

Wallace Langham ... David Hodges

Cameron Dye ... Leland Brooks

Nathan Wetherington ... Eric Brooks

Alyson Reed ... Doris, the Waitress

Michael Bowen ... Marty Cooperman
Christina Carlisi ... Sylvia Rogers

Henry Czerny ... Lieutenant Alan Brooks

Brandon Beemer ... Ross Jenson

Bob Bouchard ... Patron #2
Lon Gowan ... Patron #1

Darcy Halsey ... Kim
Roger Hewlett ... Deputy Barry
Clem Jeffreys ... Patron #3
Jeanette O'Connor ... Catty Woman
Victoria Prescott ... Judy Tremont

Season 4, Episode 7: Invisible Evidence

13 November 2003
Because Warrick naively assumed simple uniformed cop Hal Watson would have arranged a search warrant, the crucial weapon in the rape and murder trial on a neighbor against Michael Fife is dismissed as evidence in court. A.D.A. Jeffrey Sinclair can only get a 24 hours delay to present new evidence to build the case again. Nick brilliantly smooths emotional waywardness from Sarah and Warrick. New clues expected to reconstruct the case against Fife actually indicate he's probably innocent. An alternative culprit must be found, starting from Fife's car where the bloody knife was planted.

Season 4, Episode 8: After the Show

20 November 2003
Julie Waters, a dancer, has been missing for 6 days. A suspect, Howard Delhomme, calls the police and turns himself in. He refuses to talk to anyone but Catherine. Sarah and Nick want to work on this case because they see it as a career-making step. Grissom, to their anger and disappointment, hands the rein over to Catherine. Despite their initial antagonism, they all worked together to find the young girl.

Season 4, Episode 9: Grissom Versus the Volcano

11 December 2003
Grissom, Catherine and Nick investigate a car bomb which resulted in the deaths of three people, one of whom was an air marshal who rented the car. Due to the imprecision of the detonator, the CSIs conclude that the target may not have been the air marshal, but the person who had previously rented the car. The man is a mystery himself, as he seems to be leading a double life. In town, Sara and Warrick work on the death of Amelia, the wife of Myles Reuben, a famous singer. His wife was found in her hotel's bathtub while Myles was performing downstairs.

Season 4, Episode 10: Coming of Rage

18 December 2003
Teenager Brian Haddick is found on a construction site, skull fatally smashed, with an employee's hammer. Grissom's team checks on the construction crew as well as Brian's school crowd, stumbling on abused love and dirty practices. Another victim was killed by a bullet which literally fell from the sky.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Brian Austin Green ... Gregory Curtwell (as Brian A. Green)

Kimberlee Peterson ... Ashley Curtwell

Jack Conley ... Mr. Lizzio

Brian Sites ... Benny Lizzio

Chip Zien ... Lawyer

Archie Kao ... Archie Johnson
Geoffrey Rivas ... Detective Sam Vega

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson

Basil Wallace ... Principal

James DuMont ... Mr. Haddick
Bari Hochwald ... Mrs. Haddick

Susan Chuang ... Bloodhound Cop

David Berman ... David Phillips
Marcus Mitchell ... Stewart Mitchell

Todd Jeffries ... Foreman

Will Schaub ... Construction Worker #1

Roxanne Beckford ... Marlene Mitchell
Miranda Black ... Young Mother

J.J. Dashnaw ... Brian Haddick

Chris Fogleman ... Johnnie
Justin Lanning ... Aaron Gilbert

Connor Ross ... Jared Gilbert

Nicolas Roye ... Todd

LeeAnn Powers ... Parent

George Adams ... Carpenter with Hammer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Eleven Angry Jurors

8 January 2004
A juror dies during a trial in a heavily guarded safe house. A four-year-old case of a missing woman is reopened when the woman's sister gives the CSIs new evidence she withheld during the original investigation.

Season 4, Episode 12: Butterflied

15 January 2004
A nurse is found dead in her house by her friend, who's also a nurse. The victim died in her spacious bathroom, posed with her head facing the door. According to the friend, she was to have dinner with her new boyfriend, Dr. Michael Clark, who works at the same hospital. Processing the crime scene reveals very little evidence because the killer has thoroughly cleaned the place and used bleach to denature any DNA. Dr. Clark, initially a prime suspect, is later found, albeit in pieces, in garbage bins behind the house. The precision of various cuts suggests that medical personnel is the killer. Meanwhile, this case prompts Grissom to contemplate his workaholic life and whether it is worth the life he may be missing out on.

Season 4, Episode 13: Suckers

5 February 2004
Nothing is as it seems when the CSIs are called in to investigate an apparent death in a hotel pool by electrocution. It turns out that the body is a dummy. The real crime scene is inside the hotel when an antique Japanese sword is stolen from an exhibition. As this investigation proceeds, the detectives will find that there are more deceptions in play. Another case involves the death of a teenage girl who's into the vampire cult. All the blood in her body has been sucked out.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

Danny Huston ... Ty Caulfield, Casino Manager

Sherman Augustus ... Security Chief
Wendy Gazelle ... Mrs. Somerville
Alan Gelfant ... Scott Sommerville

James Haven ... Lazarus Kane

Steven Lee Allen ... Brandon Miller

Andrea Roth ... Woman Officer
Joel Bissonnette ... Bobby Jones

Sam Doumit ... Angela Somerville / Daegana

Cheselka Leigh ... Vampire #1 / Joyce

Jacqui Maxwell ... Vampire #2 / Alice / Luminessa

Kimberly McCullough ... Vampire #3

David Berman ... David Phillips
David Chung ... Yuri Yamamoto / Graeme Chen

Cameron Bender ... Lifeguard

Maggie Egan ... HIV Test Woman

Mei Melançon ... Screaming Woman / Vanessa Green (as Meiling Melancon)

Alexandre Chen ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael A. Tessiero ... Art Collector (unconfirmed)

Jackamoe Buzzell ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Victoria Goulet ... Lead Gothic Dancer (uncredited)
Lonnie Paul ... Gothic Dancer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Paper or Plastic?

12 February 2004
There's been a supermarket robbery with 5 deaths, one of whom is a police officer. Another police officer was at the scene and is being questioned when a bullet from his gun killed a civilian. The policeman insists that he shot another robber, but his body wasn't found in the crime scene.

William Petersen ... Gil Grissom

Marg Helgenberger ... Catherine Willows

Gary Dourdan ... Warrick Brown

George Eads ... Nick Stokes

Jorja Fox ... Sara Sidle

Eric Szmanda ... Greg Sanders (credit only)

Robert David Hall ... Dr. Al Robbins

Paul Guilfoyle ... Captain Jim Brass

David Andrews ... Officer Fromansky

Jamie Anne Allman ... Celeste Turner (as Jamie Anne Brown)

Michael Landes ... Trent Reed

Wallace Langham ... David Hodges
Tim Kelleher ... IAB Officer

Joe Maruzzo ... Store Manager

T.J. Thyne ... Bag Boy
Brooks Almy ... Slot Change Lady

Gerald McCullouch ... Bobby Dawson

Steve Cell ... Todd Hallickey

David Berman ... David Phillips

Derk Cheetwood ... Officer Clay

Jimmy Bennett ... Henry Turner

Joseph Patrick Kelly ... Officer Joe Metcalf (as Joe Kelly)
Nichole Lennstrom ... Cocktail Waitress Julia Reed
Michael Earl Reid ... Gambler Rufus Sanders

Candice Rose ... Nurse
Natasha Stone ... Little girl in hospital (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: Early Rollout

19 February 2004
Two masked men show up at a house and kill the husband and wife execution-style with two bullets at the back of the head. The man's body is then dragged from the fairly secluded driveway towards the street, a fact that greatly puzzles Gil Grissom. The couple lived at a very good and secured community with only two entrances, the main gate to the whole complex, and a personal back gate.

Season 4, Episode 16: Getting Off

26 February 2004
A man who works at a half-way house is found dead in an area filled with drug addicts and prostitutes at night. His belongings were stolen, form car to shoes. Another body is found wearing only his boxers with signs of a clown's make-up.