"Stalker" is an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation starring William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, and Gary Dourdan. A young woman is found dead inside a heavily secured house. The position of her body strikes a chord in Nick's memory, prompting him to believe that he might be the next target.

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... Gil Grissom
... Catherine Willows
... Warrick Brown
... Nick Stokes
... Sara Sidle
... Jim Brass
... Nigel Crane
... Greg Sanders
... Al Robbins
... Adam Piorio
... Archie Johnson
... Doctor
... Morris Pearson
... Jane Galloway (as Brianna Lynn Brown)
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Young Jane Galloway is found murdered in her apartment, although there was no forced entry and there were multiple locks on the door. Her ex-boyfriend Adam Piorio looks good for this crime. Psychic Morris Pearson volunteers his 'clairvoyant' help, warning another victim is to follow. Nick is wounded and visited at home by the psychic, after he is released from hospital. Written by KGF Vissers

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4 April 2002 (USA)  »

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First time we see Nick's apartment. Seeing the set for the first time, George Eads expressed concern about how high school it looked with too many trophies and books. The set dressers removed some of the props to make it look it more like a bachelor pad. See more »

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When Brown and Stokes go to Morris Pearson's house, the company van parked in the driveway is shown missing the rear license plate. See more »

Quotes

Nick Stokes: I don't want to disappoint you but this is not the first time I've had a gun pointed at me.
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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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Why introduce the supernatural?
15 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

The whole point of CSI is that the answers are found through science.

So why have a clairvoyant with psychic knowledge of the crime? If it was X-Files I wouldn't mind if there was a clairvoyant, a platoon of clairvoyants, or a battalion of clairvoyants, but it is totally out of place in CSI.

Also, the clairvoyant character actually added nothing to the plot at all, apart from being a very slight red herring.

Really, if you know the Gil Grissom character, can you image him bringing someone who claims parapsychic knowledge to a crime scene, then leaving him unattended there? Not on.

Also, it's implausible that someone could "move into" someone else's attic, still do his day job, and remain unobserved for months on end.

And how could the perp, a short dude, hurl Nick, a much larger dude, through a second floor window? Oh maybe he used telekinesis.


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