CSI: Crime Scene Investigation finishes its tenth season as the team tries to capture Dr Jekyll, CSI: Miami investigates the death of a colleague and CSI: New York welcomes back an old friend. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.
Starting out the week on Monday at 10:00pm ET/PT, CSI: Miami tries to discover who wanted a State Attorney dead in the second-to-last episode of season eight, “Time Bomb”:
When Horatio’s ex-girlfriend is killed in an explosion, the team looks within their own department to find the killer.
Sam Hill directed 23 previous episodes of Miami, including “Dishonor” earlier this year. Writing duo Corey Evett and Matt Partney penned the episode. They have 10 credits for the show, most recently for this season’s “Show Stopper”.
The following guest stars will appear in “Time Bomb”:
- Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
- Christina Chang as Rebecca Nevins
- David Lee Smith as Rick Stetler
- Brad Leland as John ‘Sully’ Sullivan
- Rashawn Underdue as Duty Officer Olansky
- Brett Rickaby as Drew Pollack
- Ramon Fernandez as Tino Garvez
- Grant Alan as Officer Martin Williamson
- Juan Fernandez as News Reporter
- Kiana Rene as Uniform
Christian Clemenson and David Lee Smith are reprising established recurring roles. Christina Chang is back as State Attorney Rebecca Nevins, and Brad Leland returns as John “Sully” Sullivan—both characters were last seen in the previous episode, “Mommie Deadest”. Rashawn Underdue was in “Meltdown” earlier this month. Brett Rickaby guest-starred in the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode “I Like to Watch” during the show’s sixth season. Grant Alan appeared on CSI: New York during the season five episode “Green Piece”. The other actors are new to the franchise.
On Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT, the penultimate episode of CSI: New York‘s sixth season finds the team investigating mysterious activity that involves Mac’s old girlfriend in “Point of View”:
While Mac recuperates at home after being injured, he witnesses a mysterious briefcase exchange that leads to a murder, and unexpectedly brings him in contact with his former girlfriend, Peyton Driscoll.
Alex Zakrzewski has helmed five episodes of New York, most recently this season’s “It Happened to Me”. “Point of View” was written by executive producer Pam Veasey, who has 30 credits for the show, including last month’s “Rest in Peace, Marina Garito”.
The following actors and actresses will appear in guest-starring roles:
- Claire Forlani as Peyton Driscoll
- Karyn Nesbit as Teenage Girl
- Steven Krueger as Teenage Boyfriend
- Palmer Davis as Disapproving Mother
- Gale Harold as Kevin Scott
- Nick Epper as Ivan Paluck
- Gino Anthony Pesi as Troy Picozzi
- Eddie Davenport as Man
Claire Forlani was last seen as Peyton Driscoll in the season three finale, “Snow Day”, and she did a voice over in “Time’s Up” during season four. Palmer Davis guest-starred as Attorney Margaret Finn in 14 episodes of CSI, most recently in season ten’s “Bloodsport”. Gino Anthony Pesi was in the Miami episode “Identity” during season three.
Rounding out the week on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ends its tenth season with the second part of the finale, “Meat Jekyll”:
The CSI’s lives are on the line as they close in on the elusive Dr. Jekyll, and more than one member of the team may not live to see his capture, on part two of a two-part 10th season finale.
The episode was directed by Alec Smight, who has 14 credits for CSI—most recently “World’s End” from earlier this year. Executive producer Naren Shankar wrote the story for “Meat Jekyll”, and Evan Dunsky penned the teleplay. Shankar has 44 writing credits, including this season’s “Field Mice”, and Dunsky has 10 credits, most recently for “World’s End”.
“Meat Jekyll” will feature the following guest stars:
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
- Bill Irwin as Nate Haskell
- Alex Carter as Detective Vartann
- Jon Wellner as Henry Andrews
- Lex Medlin as Sgt. Barclay
- Robert Amico as Joseph Bigelow
- Alan Blumenfeld as Bernard Higgins
- Jack Conley as Jack Herson
- Matt Ross as Charlie DiMasa
- Joseph Bologna as Giovanni ‘Papa’ DiMasa
- Jennifer Jean Snyder as Sketch Artist
- Riggie Vaughn Watkins as Officer Clark
- Marty Ingels as Marty Felnick
- Larry Mitchell as Officer Mitchell
Jorja Fox, Alex Carter and Jon Wellner are reprising established recurring roles, and Larry Mitchell is back as Officer Mitchell. Bill Irwin was last seen as the “Dick and Jane” killer Nate Haskell in a brief scene at the end of the previous episode, “Doctor Who”. Lex Medlin was in “Field Mice” last month. Robert Amico (“Ghost Town”), Alan Blumenfeld (“Appendicitement”) and Jack Conley (“Irradiator”) played Dr Jekyll’s previous victims. Matt Ross was in the Miami episode “Silencer” during the show’s fourth season.
“Time Bomb”, “Point of View” and “Meat Jekyll” begin airing May 17 on CBS.