CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 11, Episode 19

Unleashed (7 Apr. 2011)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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Dr. Langston turns to Lady Heather for help in the murder of a woman who acted like a cat, and Nick tries to figure out what caused a pregnant teen to commit suicide after he saves her baby.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Catherine Willows (credit only)
Greg Sanders (credit only)
Dr. Tyrell Neth
Carter Grable
Nathan Culver
Mr. Culver


Langston and Sara turn to Lady Heather for help in tracking down the culprit responsible for injuring a woman before she was seemingly mauled to death by a mountain lion. Meanwhile, Nick and Dr. Robbins manage to rescue the unborn baby of a teenage girl who appears to have committed suicide. Written by CBS Publicity

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Tony Curran also co-starred as Marcus Corvinus in the Underworld movies. In the films, as a vampire hybrid, he could transform to and from his human form into a more animal-like form. In this episode, many of the people at his character's residence/fetish club "transformed" into various animals, specifically acting out fantasies as dogs and cats. See more »


As Sara Sidle is testing the stun gun on a mannequin, the evidence sheet lists the charge as "ASSUALT/HOMOCIDE" (as opposed to "ASSAULT/HOMICIDE"). An investigator of Sidle's experience would not make such an error. See more »


Lady Heather: I don't know what you're fighting, Doctor, but it looks like you're about to be overrun. Nate Haskell... is an enemy. A formidable enemy, but... he's not *the* enemy is he?
Dr. Raymond Langston: [sighs] When I went for my interview at med school, the first question they ask you quite naturally is, "Why do you wanna be a doctor?". Well I can't remember the answer I prepared but I remember the one I gave; I told him, if I'm helping people... I'm not hurting them. The guy stared at me for what seemed like a lifetime, ...
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Little By Little
Written by Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway
Performed by Radiohead
Played when Langston & Sidle enter Dr Neth's mansion.
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Two Stories: One Fair, One Good
19 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are two stories in this episode, both involving women who were killed One is a little too far out (what episode with the infamous "Lady Heather" isn't?) while the other one turned out to be topical and something teens can relate to in this Internet and texting age.

The first story has women acting like cats, crawling on all fours and hissing. Nuff said.

The second story has a teen hanging in her closet. It looks like an obvious suicide, but is it? To "Nick" and ME "Doc Robbins," who discover the girl after a frantic neighbor leads them there, the real shock is that the dead woman has an eight-and-a-half month baby in her abdomen. Can the baby be saved? Well, with "Doc" there, the answer is "Yes." Nick is totally impressed and tells Doc later was a "good man" he is.

This story was the much better story of the two and made the viewing worthwhile.

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