CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 11, Episode 22

In a Dark, Dark House (12 May 2011)

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Dr. Langston kills Nate Haskell, but was it murder or self-defense. Meanwhile, a closer look at the crime scene reveals details about Haskell's twisted past and his descent into a serial killer.


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Nora Parkes


Farmer Arvin Thorpe is found murdered at home by Nate, who is identified as his biological son Warren, and fell to his death after a struggle with Langston, who thus liberated his ex Gloria. Nick, Greg and Sara unearth evidence that Nate turned sadist while Arvid abused him and his mother, who is among a series of clandestine graves on the farm, and where he stole the Haskel identity. Sheriff Conrad Ecklie stalls I.A. detective Schultz while Brass sees to the disappearing of crucial evidence against Langston. Written by KGF Vissers

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Laurence Fishburne's final appearance as a regular cast member. See more »


When IA officer Schultz turns up, he mentions a previous investigation involving Warwick. The same actor appeared in both episodes, but his name in the first was 'Wagenbach'. See more »


Dr. Raymond Langston: I also need a laptop.
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Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right
19 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the worst ending to a CSI season I've ever seen....and that includes the two spin off series.

In the Los Angeles area, CSI's "Dr. Ray Langston" finally tracks down his nemesis, beats him up while the man is prone and in handcuffs, and then tosses him through a railing to his death. Great behavior for one of the "good guys," eh? Uh.....not exactly. Does Langston have the morality to tell the truth? No. Do his CSI workers - supposedly expert scientists - uncover the truth as they do in all other episodes? No.

The only CSI member who acts in a totally professional manner, not letting her emotions or ties to the boss affect her, is "Sara Sidle" (Jorja Fox). Good for her!

What a bad message to send the audience. I'm glad "Langston" (Laurence Fishburne) won't be back next season.

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