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Series: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'
Episode Title: 'No Humans Involved'
Episode Number: 0510
Synopsis: "Tension rises as the CSI teams adjust to their new assignments while investigating two vastly different murders. Grissom and his team hunt for a killer after discovering the remains of a young boy starved to death and left in a plastic container. Meanwhile, Catherine assumes her new role as supervisor and quickly finds herself at odds with Warrick when he takes an overly aggressive approach in an investigation involving possible police brutality."

Original Airdate: December 09, 2004
Rerun: June 23, 2005
Fan Rating: 8.6/10 (Full Poll Results)


Written By: Judith McCreary
Directed By: Rob Bailey

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  • Rumoured to start at a routine crime scene which turns a lot more complicated when Greg finds a second victim in a nearby alley, and a hitman kills Brass's victim. To further add to the CSI's caseload, the hitman gets involved with a prison riot where another prison inmate dies, and Catherine, Nick and Warrick are sent in to determine whether he was killed by the riot police or by one of the other inmates. (November 11, 2004 - CSI Files)

  • Rumoured to feature Sara Sidle thinking back to a period in her childhood when she herself was in the foster home system, and her own fate was in the hands of social workers and lawyers. (November 11, 2004 - CSI Files)

  • This episode was nominated for a Golden Reel Award by the Motion Picture Sound Editors organisation. (January 25, 2005 - CSI Files)


Poll Results

How would you rate 'No Humans Involved'?
9-10 62.6% - (144 Votes)
7-8 20% - (46 Votes)
Wasn't able to see it 6.9% - (16 Votes)
5-6 5.2% - (12 Votes)
Didn't want to see it 2.1% - (5 Votes)
1-2 1.7% - (4 Votes)
3-4 1.3% - (3 Votes)

Total Votes: 230

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