This week, three new episodes offer a workplace mystery, St Patrick’s Day in New York City and a trip to the past. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.
Starting out the week on Monday at 10:00pm ET/PT, the CSI: Miami team investigates which coworker took his or her anger too far in “Getting Axed”:
The CSIs unravel a workplace murder mystery when a hated receptionist is murdered.
The episode was directed by Carey Meyer, who has helmed five previous episodes of the series, including “Dude, Where’s My Groom?” earlier this season. Krystal Houghton has 15 writing credits for Miami, most recently for this season’s “Point of Impact”.
The episode will feature the following guest stars:
- Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
- Wes Ramsey as Dave Benton
- Christopher Redman as Michael Travers
- Bridget Ann White as Renee Dorsett
- Kaylee DeFer as Valerie Metcalf
- Daniel Roebuck as Mark Bullock
- Matthew John Armstrong as Jeffrey Lipton
- Adam Wylie as Teddy Enwald
- Bryan Callen as Kent Ackerman
- Daniel Zacapa as Luis Velasquez
- Raquel Bell as Paramedic
Christian Clemenson, Wes Ramsey and Christopher Redman are reprising established recurring roles. Raquel Bell played an EMT in the season eight premiere, “Out of Time”. Bridget Ann White appeared in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode “Fallen Idols” during the show’s seventh season, Daniel Roebuck was in the season six episode “Rashomama” and Bryan Callen guest-starred in “Last Laugh” during season three. The other actors are new to the franchise.
On Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT, CSI: New York sees green in “Pot of Gold”:
When a double homicide involving two young journalists who are investigating a story about gold fraud occurs on the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, the CSIs must find the clue at the end of the rainbow.
ER actor Eriq La Salle directed this episode, which marks his first time behind the camera for the franchise. Trey Callaway has written eight previous episodes, including “Manhattanhenge” earlier this season.
The following actors and actresses will appear in guest-starring roles:
- Kyle Gallner as Reed Garrett
- Mädchen Amick as Aubrey Hunter
- Kieren Hutchison as Finnegan Hansard
- Ian Ziering as Thom Weir
- Aaron Ashmore as Cam Vandemann
- Erin Cahill as Agent Pangle
- John Barbolla as Phil
- Jina Song as Real Estate Agent
- Sarah Karges as Drunk Girl
- Kanin Howell as Charlie Cooper
Kyle Gallner is back as Reed Garrett, who was last seen in season four’s penultimate episode, “Taxi”. Mädchen Amick is making her first appearance in a recurring role as a potential love interest for Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise). Kanin Howell has been in two previous episodes of New York (“Officer Blue” and “Risk”), as well as episodes of CSI (“Sounds of Silence”) and Miami (“Urban Hellraisers”). Erin Cahill was in the Miami episode “Miami Confidential” during the show’s sixth season.
Rounding out the week on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will look into the past in “Neverland”:
When a young boy is found murdered, the CSI team uncovers evidence that may link his death to an old case that recently resurfaced.
“Neverland” will feature the following guest stars:
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
- Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
- Faith Prince as Lynn Stagner
- James Keane as George Anderson
- Valerie Dillman as Rebecca Sutter
- Aidan Gould as Will Sutter
- Nathan Kress as Mason Ward
- Noah Gray-Cabey as Steve Reppling
- Eddie Jemison as Craig Lifford
- Jason Brooks as Simon Rose
- James Macdonald as Officer Kenneth Ward
- Edward Gusts as Trustee
- Gabriel Salvador as Corrections Officer
Jorja Fox and Archie Kao are reprising established roles. Eddie Jemison has appeared in two previous CSI episodes (“Chasing the Bus” and “Eleven Angry Jurors”), and he was also in “Dead Woman Walking” during the first season of Miami. Jason Brooks was in the Miami episode “Bait” during season two, and he guest-starred in “Stealing Home” during New York‘s second season. Noah Gray-Cabey appeared in the Miami episode “Pro Per” during the show’s third season.
“Getting Axed”, “Pot of Gold” and “Neverland” begin airing March 8 on CBS.