CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 6, Episode 14

Killer (2 Feb. 2006)

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A man walks into a shabby apartment and shoots the occupant. On his way home, a teenager's car crashes into his car. Ally Sullivan insists on calling the police but the man refuses. As he ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ally Sullivan
Janice Cooper
Mr. Sullivan
Trent Hall


A man walks into a shabby apartment and shoots the occupant. On his way home, a teenager's car crashes into his car. Ally Sullivan insists on calling the police but the man refuses. As he leaves, he sees her texting her phone. Thinking that she's calling the police, he kills her. The CSIs have a hard time finding this killer as he knows how to cover his tracks really well. He is truly a professional. Written by Ploy P.

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He Just Couldn't Let It Go
21 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man is viewed sneaking into a low-rent district apartment and then shooting a man to death, a man who knew him and said he "wasn't surprised" that this old acquaintance came to see him. The killer then goes back into his car but is slammed into by another driver, a young girl who gets talked out of calling the police, but she dials her cell phone, she's history. How the killer disposed of her is not known immediately as Lt.Jim Brass and CSI's Gil Grissom and Sara Sidle only see a body lying next to the car. They quickly deduce she must have been the driver who caused the accident, but how did she die and where is the other driver? All of this is the beginning of this episode, which involves this one case. (Lately, unlike in the past, this CSI program has been concentrating on one story at a time.)

William Sadler, who has made a movie career out of playing a lot of bad guys, plays "Red Cooper," an ex-bank robber, one of the best-ever in the U.S. He was ratted out by one guy seven years ago - the guy Sadler killed in the dingy apartment. Unfortunately for him, he admits to his wife, "I couldn't let it go," and, really unfortunate for the young woman was she hit the wrong driver at the wrong time.

CSI slowly makes sure, through a lot of different evidence (and luck, of course) that Cooper pays for his recent sins, too.

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