July 21 2024

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‘Bump And Grind’, ‘Hide Sight’ & ‘Reality Kills’ Official Details

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The franchise offers a victim in pieces, a sniper on the loose and a dead reality star. Official plot details and cast lists after the jump.

The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation team investigates a messy murder in “Bump and Grind” on Thursday at 9:00pm ET/PT:

When the CSI team discovers the shredded remains of a man, they find themselves with multiple suspects who may be responsible for his death.

This is the fourth time Michael Nankin has directed an episode of CSI. His most recent credit is for this season’s “Pool Shark”. “Bump and Grind” is the first writing credit for executive producer Don McGill.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

  • Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
  • Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
  • Larry Mitchell as Officer Mitchell
  • Norbert Leo Butz as Larry Lamotte
  • Brian Markinson as Julius Kaplan
  • Karl Herlinger as Lee Deveries
  • Ginifer King as Elaine
  • John Griffin as Shredder Guy
  • Matt Mulhern as Plant Manager
  • Russell Towne as Driver
  • Andrew J. West as Pitchman Larry


Jorja Fox and Archie Kao are reprising established roles, and Larry Mitchell is back as Officer Mitchell. Karl Herlinger was in “A Space Oddity” during season nine. Andrew J. West appeared on CSI: New York in season six’s “Unusual Suspects”. The other actors are new to the franchise.

On Friday at 9:00pm ET/PT, a sniper takes aim in “Hide Sight” on CSI: New York:

When a sniper goes on the prowl from the rooftops of New York City, Mac is forced to relive the horrors of a brutal abduction case that may have created one of the deadliest foes the CSIs has ever faced. Emmy Award-winning actor John Larroquette guest stars in a three-episode arc as Deputy Chief of Manhattan Borough Detectives Ted Carver.

The episode was directed by Alex Zakrzewski, who has six previous credits including last season’s penultimate episode “Point of View”. This is the eleventh writing credit for Bill Haynes. His most recent episode was season six’s “Redemptio”.

The episode will feature the following actors and actresses in guest-starring roles:

  • John Larroquette as Chief Ted Carver
  • Mark L. Young as Tom Reynolds
  • Zack Robidas as Reporter #1
  • Toks Olagundoye as Reporter #2
  • Austin Michael Coleman as Michael Reynolds
  • Stacey Yen as Reporter #3
  • Aidan Andrews as Young Michael Reynolds
  • Tiffany Dupont as Hayley Montgommery
  • Benjamin Stockham as Young Tom Reynolds


This marks John Larroquette’s first appearance in a recurring role as Chief Ted Carver. Mark L Young has been on CSI: Miami (“Nailed”) and CSI (“Lying Down With Dogs”). Tiffany Dupont guest-starred in the CSI episode “Empty Eyes” during the show’s seventh season.

CSI: Miami investigates a dead celebrity in “Reality Kills” on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT:

When a reality star is murdered, the CSIs investigate the cast, the obsessed fans, and the stars’ hidden pasts to find the killer.

Marco Black directed two previous episodes, most recently season eight’s “Count Me Out”. Melissa Scrivner penned three Miami scripts, including “Backfire” last season.

“Reality Kills” will include the following guest stars:

  • Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
  • Matthew Florida as Zachary Rittner
  • Michael Carbonaro as Gabe Calligan
  • Vanessa Lengies as Shea Williamson
  • Kristen Renton as Courtney Alderman
  • Matt Gerald as Dan Wilson
  • Lesley Fera as Doctor Joyce Carmel
  • Edwin Hodge as James Reed
  • Randy Vasquez as Arthur Martinez
  • Jacob Tudela as Tyler Wilson
  • Alex Mauriello as Too-Shea Lookalike
  • Paul McCarthy-Boyington as Wayne Bullock
  • Marina Benedict as Hannah Beckstrom


Christian Clemenson is back as Dr Tom Loman. Lesley Fera was in three previous episodes of Miami as Dr Joyce Carmel, most recently “Man Down” during season five. Kristen Renton appeared in “YoungBlood” during New York’s second season. Matt Gerald guest-starred on CSI in the season eight episode “The Chick Chop Flick Shop”.

“Bump and Grind”, “Hide Sight” and “Reality Kills” begin airing November 4 on CBS.

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