Official 'Bang, Bang, Your Debt', 'Time's Up' & 'The Case Of The Cross-Dressing Carp' Details

By Rachel
October 15, 2007 - 6:31 AM

All three shows are airing new episodes this week, and CSI: Miami will be bringing back a familiar face.

First, on Monday at 10:00pm EST, CSI: Miami will get the week going with the return of an old friend in "Bang, Bang, Your Debt":

While investigating the mysterious death of a college student in a car fire, the CSIs find evidence that Tim Speedle may still be alive.

"Bang, Bang, Your Debt" was directed by Karen Gaviola. Gaviola has directed 13 previous episodes of Miami, the latest being "Born to Kill". She also directed the CSI: New York episode "Tanglewood" during the show's first season. "Bang, Bang, Your Debt" was written by Barry O'Brien and Brian Davidson. The last episode O'Brien wrote was season five's "Broken Home". The episode that aired after "Broken Home", "A Grizzly Murder", was the last episode written by Davidson.

The following actors and actresses will be guest starring in "Bang, Bang, Your Debt":

  • Rory Cochrane as Tim Speedle
  • Brendan Fehr as Dan Cooper
  • Johnny Whitworth as Det. Jake Berkeley
  • Colton Haynes as Brandon Fox
  • Arielle Vandenberg as Jessica Taylor
  • Jeff Hephner as Gary Lanier
  • Yusuf Gatewood as Keith Ward
  • Kyle Schmid as Andrew Hillman
  • Jennifer Tung as Rebecca Palmer
  • Deja Kreutzberg as Lori
  • Casey Lee as Mike Carlton

Rory Cochrane last appeared on Miami in the third season premiere, "Lost Son", when his character was fatally injured. Brendan Fehr and Johnny Whitworth are returning as established characters. Arielle Vandenberg has previously appeared on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, playing a party girl in "Built to Kill, Part One", which also featured Yusuf Gatewood as a DJ.

CSI: New York will deal with a murder that has not yet occurred on Wednesday at 10:00pm EST during "Time's Up":

A dying man confesses to a murder 24 hours before it happens and Mac investigates the possibility of time travel.

"Time's Up" was directed by Rob Bailey, whose last turn in the director's seat for the show was for season three's "Comes Around". "Time's Up" is Trey Callaway's first time writing for New York.

"Time's Up" will feature the following guest stars:

  • Robert Joy as Dr. Sid Hammerback
  • AJ Buckley as Adam Ross
  • Emmanuelle Vaugier as Det Jennifer Angell
  • Christopher May as Martin Browning
  • Michael Rady as Kevin Murray
  • Rob Boltin as Leo Tyler
  • Britt Morgan as Robin Graham
  • Dawn Lewis as Waitress
  • Ryan Quintana as Mortgage Broker
  • Vernica Alicino as Retired Lady
  • Russell Cummings as Busboy
  • Joel Polis as Prof Clark Risenhoover
  • Samuel Child as Brent Vandeman
  • Tiffani Fest as Goth Girl
  • Parker Torres as Freshman
  • Rosalie Ward as Kelsey Coulter
  • Will Dailey as Will Dailey

Robert Joy and AJ Buckley are reprising their roles as established characters, and Emmanuelle Vaugier is returning to the show as Detective Angell for the first time since season three's "Heart of Glass". CBS Records artist Will Dailey will be performing in "Time's Up". Rob Boltin has previously appeared on the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode "Shooting Stars". Dawn Lewis guest-starred in "Bunk" during the first season of CSI: Miami. Joel Polis has appeared on both Miami ("Open Water") and CSI ("Hollywood Brass").

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation rounds out the week with "The Case of the Cross-Dressing Carp", where Grissom's team investigates the murder of an unusual young man:

Grissom and his team discover a young man strangled to death by hanging whose body looks like that of a woman.

"The Case of the Cross-Dressing Carp" was directed by Alec Smight, who last directed "The Good, the Bad and the Dominatrix". This episode was written by David Rambo and Jacqueline Hoyt. Rambo last wrote "Leapin' Lizards" for the show, and Hoyt's last turn as a writer was for "The Good, the Bad and the Dominatrix".

"The Case of the Cross-Dressing Carp" will contain the following guest actors and actresses:

  • Jessica Lucas as Ronnie Lake
  • Gail O'Grady as Lynn Towne
  • David Berman as David Phillips
  • Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
  • Liz Vassey as Wendy Simms
  • Jon Wellner as Henry Andrews
  • Anita Gillette as Lily Flynn
  • Cassius Willis as Craig Jay
  • Todd Jeffries as Foreman
  • James R. Bowers as Brian Towne
  • Colin Kim as Officer Choi
  • John Billingsley as Paul Cyden
  • Lucas Babin as Larry Ludwig
  • William Russ as Jonah Quinn
  • Camila Green as Pretty Girl
  • Charles Shen as Lee Humbolt
  • Frank Messina as Benny Dunbar
  • Erika Alexander as A.D.A. Kirkson

Jessica Lucas, David Berman, Archie Kao, Liz Vassey and John Wellner are all returning to play previously-established characters. Anita Gillette is also returning to the show as Catherine's mother. She was last seen in "Kiss-Kiss, Bye-Bye". Todd Jeffries is playing a foreman in this episode, just like he did in season four's "Coming of Rage". Cassius Willis played a reporter in the CSI: New York episode "Not What It Looks Like". John Billingsley ("Risk") and William Russ ("Creatures of the Night") were also on New York. Lucas Babin was in the CSI: Miami episode "If Looks Could Kill" last season.

"Bang, Bang, Your Debt", "Time's Up" and "The Case Of The Cross-Dressing Carp" begin airing October 15 on CBS.

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