June 13 2024

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‘Malice In Wonderland’ & ‘Law & Disorder’ Official Details

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The franchise offers two new episodes this week, featuring Vegas weddings and the return of an old rival in Miami. Official plot details and cast lists can be found after the jump.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation probes a wedding gone wrong in “Malice in Wonderland” on Wednesday at 10:00pm ET/PT:

When the CSI team is called in to investigate a robbery-homicide at an Alice In Wonderland-themed wedding, they have little to work with to find a killer. Meanwhile, Hodges’ mother comes to town, and he wants her to believe Morgan is his girlfriend.

Producer and Director Alec Smight has 26 credits for CSI, most recently for last month’s “Stealing Home”. Supervising Producer Joe Pokaski wrote the episode, which is his third credit for the series. He previously penned “Zippered” from earlier this season.

The following guest stars will appear in the episode:

  • Sheeri Rappaport as Mandy Webster
  • Sam Harris as Alan Wilson / Caterpillar
  • Amanda Jane Cooper as Lisa Cravitz / Alice / Bride
  • Cameron Richardson as Emily Hartley / White Rabbit / Salesgirl
  • Pedro Pascal as Kyle Hartley / Cheshire Cat / Paramedic #2
  • Jeffrey D Stevens as Paramedic Jeff
  • Peter Jason as Walter Gersh / Tycoon
  • Nadia Bjorlin as Crystal Hasselbeck
  • Christopher Knight as Pastor
  • Jaclyn Smith as Olivia Hodges
  • Evan Parke as Eli / Security Guard
  • Sara Van Horn as Nana of the Bride


Sheeri Rappaport is reprising an established recurring role in the lab. Key set medic Jeffrey D Stevens is making his ninth appearance on the show as a paramedic; his last appearance was in season eleven’s “A Kiss Before Frying”. Evan Parke guest-starred in the CSI: New York episode “Manhattan Manhunt” during the show’s second season. The other actors are new to the franchise.

CSI: New York will return next Friday, March 30 with a brand new episode.

CSI: Miami will air the penultimate episode of season ten on Sunday at 10:00pm ET/PT, and “Law & Disorder” finds one member of the team making a big decision:

Horatio uncovers a corruption scandal that pits him against an old adversary, and Calleigh makes a life-changing decision.

Director Allison Liddi Brown has five previous credits for Miami, most recently “Special Delivery” during season nine. Michael McGrale and Greg Bassenian co-wrote the episode. McGrale has three credits, including “Last Straw” from earlier this season; and Bassenian has three credits as well, most recently this season’s “Friendly Fire”.

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

  • Malcolm McDowell as Darren Vogel
  • Christian Clemenson as Tom Loman
  • Taylor Cole as Samantha Owens
  • Danielle Bisutti as Gabrielle Wade
  • Ryan McPartlin as ASA Josh Avery
  • Richard Burgi as Randall Stafford
  • Jessica Garvey as Denise Baines
  • Tory Kittles as Delonte Cassell
  • Katrina Law as Ashira Botnick
  • Zack Ward as Clyde Novack
  • Danna Brady as Beth Johnson
  • Al Coronel as Male Waiter
  • Tim Coyne as Driver
  • Lawrence Adimora as Valet
  • Judy Echavez as Reporter


Christian Clemenson and Taylor Cole are reprising established recurring roles. Malcolm McDowell previously appeared in season eight’s “LA”. Danielle Bisutti and Ryan McPartlin have both guest-starred in two episodes of Miami, and “Rest in Pieces” represents the most recent credit for each of them. This is the fourth time Judy Echavez has played a reporter in the series, and her credits include season eight’s “Show Stopper”. Richard Burgi was in the CSI episode “High and Low” during the show’s third season, and Zack Ward guest-starred in season eight’s “Lying Down With Dogs”. Tory Kittles appeared in “Hush” during the first season of CSI: New York.

“Malice in Wonderland” and “Law & Disorder” begin airing March 21 on CBS.

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