February 29 2024

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‘Count Me Out’, ‘Death House’ & ‘Appendicitement’ Official Details

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The franchise offers three new episodes featuring a life-threatening explosion, a deadly house and a birthday celebration gone wrong. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.

Starting out the week on Monday at 10:00pm ET/PT, things get dangerous for the CSI: Miami team in “Count Me Out”:

The investigation of a dead census worker sends the team into a high speed car chase and an explosion that threatens the lives of two CSIs.

This is the second time Marco Black has served as the director for Miami. His first turn in the director’s chair was for last season’s “Tipping Point”. Writer Marc Dube has 24 credits for the show, including “Collateral Damage” last season.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

  • Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
  • Alexander Bedria as Carl Benson
  • John Patrick Amedori as Kevin Hensler
  • Kathleen York as Paula Olsen
  • Sharon Pierre-Louis as Marie Gaudreau
  • Esteban Powell as Robert Sperling
  • Nick Warnock as Officer Harwood
  • Keith McDonald as CSI Tech #1
  • Mary Alyce Kania as CSI Tech #2

Christian Clemenson is reprising his role as Dr Tom Loman. John Patrick Amedori was in the CSI: New York episode “Cold Reveal” during season three. Nick Warnock was a reporter in “The Past, Present and Murder” during New York‘s fifth season. Kathleen York appeared on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in last season’s “Miscarriage of Justice”. Esteban Powell has also been on CSI, in season three’s “Abra Cadaver”. The other actors are new to the franchise.

On Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT, CSI: New York finds Mac Taylor and his team maneuvering through the tricky rooms of a “Death House”:

A frantic 911 call sends the CSIs into a vacant penthouse; however, instead of finding the caller, they unearth a nearly 100-year-old corpse and find themselves navigating their way through a booby-trapped house.

This is the seventh time Norberto Barba has directed an episode of the show. His latest credit is for last season’s “Yahrzeit”. JP Donahue and Kevin Polay co-wrote “Death House”, which marks the first time the pair has penned an episode for the franchise.

The episode will feature the following actress in a guest-starring role:

  • Ella Thomas as Deborah Meade

Ella Thomas is the only guest star that will appear in “Death House”. The actress previously appeared in the Miami episode “Sink or Swim” during the show’s seventh season.

Rounding out the week on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT, a party turns into a crime scene when CSI: Crime Scene Investigation airs “Appendicitement”:

When Nick, Greg and Hodges take Henry to celebrate his birthday at a biker bar, they uncover a double homicide and find several suspects still at the bar who may be the murderers.

Kenneth Fink has directed 49 episodes of CSI, including the season ten premiere, “Family Affair”. Evan Dunsky is credited with writing eight previous episodes of the show, most recently the finale of season nine, “All In”.

The following actors and actresses will guest-star in “Appendicitement”:

  • Jon Wellner as Henry Andrews
  • Eric Nenninger as Officer Collins
  • Rebecca Wisocky as Shirley
  • Cooper Huckabee as Gomez
  • W. Earl Brown as Slick
  • Jessica Lu as Lily
  • Alan Blummenfield as Bernard Higgins
  • DaJuan Johnson as Officer Desmond
  • Jane Galloway-Heitz as Customer

Jon Wellner is reprising his established recurring role. Eric Nenninger was in “Blood Drops” during season one, and Alan Blummenfield was in the season three episode “Last Laugh”. W Earl Brown has a credit for CSI (“Justice is Served”) as well as Miami (“Whacked”). DaJuan Johnson was in the New York episode “The Lying Game” during the show’s third season.

“Count Me Out”, “Death House” and “Appendicitement” begin airing December 7 on CBS.

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