Dr. Langston sets out on a vigilante mission after Nate Haskell goes to Los Angeles and kidnaps his ex-wife and kills her husband.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Phillips (credit only)
Jim Brass (credit only)
Det. Daniel Sosa


LAPD detective Daniel Sosa grudgingly hosts Langston's 'Nate experts' task force in his city, but truly appreciates and accommodates their input in evaluating a series of murders fitting Haskel's MO. The team learns he didn't have plastic surgery after all. Langston is dragged along, against his better judgment, in Nate's trap with his ex wife as bait after her new groom is butchered. Written by KGF Vissers

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5 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Cello and Goodbye--I hope so!
6 May 2011 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

Another long boring episode of Ray Langston centered angst as he chases after Nate Haskell, taking Catherine with him to LA, where Nate has kidnapped Ray's ex-wife.

Nick and Sara arrive to help and a cute blonde SID (that's Scientific Investigation Division in LA) provides assistance. Catherine thinks she looks familiar--and wa-la--we learn she is Conrad Ecklie's daughter.

Ray "goes rogue" and disappears from his cop escort and hunts for Nate on his own. He calls Doc Robbins who clues Nick into Ray's plans. Sara, Catherine, and Brody (Conrad's daughter) sift around in blood--of course Brody is smarter than Catherine or Sara and its Brody who figures out the flies are putting blood on the wall. Sara has forgotten more than this kid has learned, but that's another story!!)

Ray manages to buy a gun, the LA cops do not like his disappearance act, but Ray manages to hunt down Nate and the current girlfriend. As if by magic, Nick arrives and figures out where Ray is staying. Nick and Ray chase Nate around and around (maybe the title should be "Here we go again").

Greg uses his history knowledge (and internet skills--is this guy a librarian?) to find a clue to Nate Haskell's background.

By now, everyone is chasing everyone else, Nate's girlfriend ends up dead and now the LA cops are after Ray for this killing! OH NO!! Again, Ray is one step ahead of everyone else but Nate, and he heads back to Vegas and the farm from last week where he finds Nate Haskell! AND it's a fight between the two as amazin' Ray fights for the life of his ex-wife!

This story is so old, confusing, has no logic, that it is a crime to call it CSI! I'm not interested in Ray's angst nor his love for his ex-wife who has moved on, and any case of an escaped serial killer crossing state lines would be all FBI--not CSI from Vegas--that just doesn't happen! Here's hoping Langston makes a permanent exit along with Haskell!

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