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Official Details For This Week's 'CSI' Episodes

By Caillan
February 16, 2004 - 10:12 AM

See Also: 'Early Rollout' Episode Guide

CBS recently published official information on next week's episodes of CSI: Miami and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Synopses, creative staff and guest cast listings for CSI: Miami's "Stalkerazzi" and CSI's "Early Rollout", are available courtesy of TV Guide and Yahoo! TV.

"Stalkerazzi"

Airdate: February 16, 2003
Directed by: Deran Sarafian
Written by: Elizabeth Devine & Steven Maeda

Deran Sarafian is a regular CSI: Miami director. His previous credits include "Broken", "Camp Fear" and "Hard Time".

Elizabeth Devine is a former criminologist and serves as consulting producer on CSI: Miami. Steven Maeda is also a producer and regular Miami scribe, having penned episodes such as "Bait" and "Death Grip".

Here's how TV Guide describes the episode:

A celebrity photographer is found dead in his car following an accident, but Horatio believes he was murdered. The investigation leads to an A-list movie star who was caught in a compromising position in photos taken by the paparazzo.

"Stalkerazzi" features the following guest actors:

  • Sofia Milos as Yelina Salas
  • Brian Poth as Tyler Jensen
  • Steve Lambert as Jerry (Traffic, TimeCop)
  • Christina Cox as Jenny (Cold Case, F/X: The Series)
  • Mike Pniewski as Barron (ER, Law & Order)
  • Nicole DeHuff as Carrie (Tina Kolas in CSI's "Alter Boys")
  • Silas Weir Mitchell as Durst (24, The Agency)
  • Johann Urb as Weston (Miss Match, Zoolander)
  • Colin Cunningham as Ross (Stargate SG-1, DaVinci's Inquest)
  • Adam Scott as Danny (Murder One, Six Feet Under)

To view the promo for the episode, check out this news item.

"Early Rollout"

Airdate: February 19, 2003
Directed by: Duane Clarke
Written by: Anthony E. Zuiker & Carol Mendelsohn

Duane Clarke helmed CSI: Miami's "Witness To Murder". He has directed numerous episodes of non-CSI series, including Boston Public, One Tree Hill, The Guardian and The Practice.

Anthony E. Zuiker is the creator and executive producer of CSI. His credits include "Evaluation Day", "Revenge Is Best Served Cold" and "Assume Nothing". Carol Mendelsohn is also an executive producer, having written "The Execution of Catherine Willows" and "Blood Lust" among others.

TV Guide has provided a small commentary on the episode:

Providing a glimpse into the personal lives of the CSIs is always tricky. If it's overdone (as with Grissom's hearing loss), it's annoying and distracts from the drama. But if measured out judiciously (like Warrick's gambling addiction), the personal touches add intrigue. Thankfully, tonight's surprising revelations about Catherine (that hefty check her dad gave her comes into play) and Sara offer the right amount of gossipy backdrop to a double homicide investigation involving a Vegas club owner and his ex-porn-actress wife who are gunned down outside of their plush estate.

The guest cast for "Early Rollout" includes Oscar B. Goodman, the real-life mayor of Las Vegas. Other actors appearing in the episode are:

  • Wallace Langham as David Hodges
  • David Berman as David Phillips
  • Joseph Patrick Kelly as Officer Metcalf
  • D.B. Sweeney (Simon Bishop in CSI: Miami's "Body Count")
  • Renee Allman (Port Charles)
  • James Hyde (Passions, Another World)
  • Nicholas Lea (The X-Files, Andromeda)
  • Kim Coates (Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down)
  • Cory Hardrict (Cold Case, ER)
  • Galvin Chapman (The Practice)
  • Anthony E. Zuiker (Creator of CSI; Casino Cashier in "Ellie")

Advance spoilers for the episode can be found at this page.

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