The miniature killer is ready to strike again, and Sara will be the next victim. Will CSI stop her in time?



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Art Schuster
Rochelle Dorley (as Meagan Fay)


The miniature killer is ready to strike again, and Sara will be the next victim. Will CSI stop her in time?

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17 May 2007 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of this episode (S07E24), a TV News reporter is doing a story on the death of Happy Morales, who died three episodes previous to this one (S07E21). See more »


When Natalie and Ernie are talking to each other. Natalie's hair changes position. When the camera is in front, her hair is swept back revealing her right cheek. When viewed from behind her hair is hanging down, with a strand framing her face. Throughout the scene her hair changes, at the start and end framing her face, in between swept back or framing her face. See more »


Gil Grissom: My God. She was at the crime scene.
Nick Stokes: So she salvages the car, and somehow gets it out to the desert, and grabs Sara, and puts her under it?
Warrick Brown: I don't get it. What does Sara have to do with bleach?
Catherine Willows: I don't know. This just feels different.
Gil Grissom: It is different.
[flashback to crime scene where Grissom takes a camera from Sara and caresses her arm]
Gil Grissom: This girl holds me responsible for the death of Ernie Dell. I took away the only person she ever loved, so she's gonna do the same thing to me
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Jessica Collins Riveting As 'The Miniature Killer'
31 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Miniature Killer turns out to be a woman! Overall, it was a great episode; I knew it would be.

Jessica Collins is riveting as the killer "Natalie Davis." She doesn't have many lines, but the looks on her pretty face say enough. As an actress most of us have never seen, she was a good choice for this role. She was outstanding at looking "disturbed."

Of course, even though the killer is found and captured, it's a "to be continued," because that's simply the way CBS works this show. They always leave you dangling so you can't wait for the next season to find out what happened! In this case, it's rescuing "Sara."

However, this is the first time CSI ran a continuing storyline for the whole season, although many episodes were other stories. The "miniatures" were kept alive, story-wise, every three or four weeks and were incredible. Kudos to the writers for trying this unique approach. It was fascinating, and it worked.

At the end, in a shocking revelation to the crew of CSI, Gil admits he loves Sara. The only reactions we get are raised eyebrows. I'm sure more detailed reactions will be part of the early eighth season. Stay tuned!

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