Cody Kasch

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  • Birth Name: Cody Reed Kasch
  • Birth Place: Ojai, CA
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 08/21/1987, Leo
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Death and the Maiden

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Length: 13:30:07
Aired: 11/5/2009

Two seemingly unrelated crimes tracked by the CSIs turn out to be connected by a twisted plot of revenge. watch

VIDEO: Death And The Maiden [HD]

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Length: 44:00
Aired: 11/5/2009

Two seemingly unrelated crimes tracked by the CSIs turn out to be connected by a twisted plot of revenge. watch

VIDEO: Death And The Maiden

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Death And The Maiden
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 11/5/2009

Two seemingly unrelated crimes tracked by the CSIs turn out to be connected by a twisted plot of revenge. watch

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Law & Order: SVU
Asylum
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 5
The Encore of Tony Duran

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The Gang Reignites the Rivalry
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Death and the Maiden
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Elephant's Memory
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Credits

Year Title Description
2008 Criminal Minds: Elephant's Memory
Season 3, Episode 16
Episode, Actor - Owen Savage
2004 Desperate Housewives TV Show Series, Actor - Zach Young
2003 Family Affair: Miss Turnstiles
Season 1, Episode 13
Episode, Actor - Devin
2002 Boston Public: Chapter Thirty-Five
Season 2, Episode 12
Episode, Actor - Austin Cooper
2000 Normal, Ohio TV Show Series, Actor - Robbie

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Keck's Exclusives: Who's Gunning for Paul Young on Desperate Housewives?

Spoiler alert! Following in the bloodied loafers of despised characters J.R. Ewing (Dallas) and Mr. Burns (The Simpsons), the villainous Paul Young (Mark Moses) will be shot by an unknown assailant in the final moments of Desperate Housewives' December 12 cliff-hanger. Fans will be left guessing whodunit until early next year.   

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February 18, 2007: The Little Things You Do Together

Those promos at the end of last week's episode were right. We finally got answers to so many questions involving Orson's past:— He was in a psychiatric ward in 1976 after the supposed suicide of his adulterous but religious father. (But now we know Gloria staged the suicide the same way she was trying to stage Bree's.)— Gloria had blamed Orson for her husband's death, saying Orson was supposed to watch out for him, but chose to go out with friends.— It was Gloria who killed Monique with Mike's wrench.— Orson buried Monique in the dirt while Gloria removed Monique's teeth (ouch).Ahh... closure, at last. I knew it would be good tonight since it was written by Marc Cherry and Joe Keenan. As discussed here before, Marc had to finish up Bree's story line earlier than originally planned due to Marcia Cross' pregnancy. I was very happy that Gloria ended up alive at the end. When Ida Greenberg found the bodies of Alma and Gloria lying on the lawn, I figured they were bot... read more

February 11, 2007: I Remember That

Three weeks ago (when the last new episode aired), I briefly whined: "When oh, when will we get to see Monique in flashbacks again?" So you know I was screaming with joy when I got my wish tonight! Not only did Monique (Kathleen York) reappear in a flashback, but we also got so many answers, as did Mike Delfino, all thanks to his hypnotherapist (Miriam Flynn). So Mike didn't kill Monique — Orson framed Mike by giving Mike his wrench back — the wrench that had Monique’s blood on it. Now we know why Mike's phone number was written on Monique's hand. We also know that Mike never dated Monique: "I'm flattered, but I'm seeing somebody." Monique: "Me, too, but he's married and I'm drunk." I do wonder what Orson told Bree when he "confessed" and told her "the truth." He said she was upset, but apparently not too upset, since she was still living with him before the ladder accident. As usual, we got some answers but were still left with further questions. Like, why would Glor... read more

January 21, 2007: Come Play Wiz Me

After last week's laugh-filled hour, tonight was a bit of a letdown as far as the humor level goes. This doesn't mean I didn't like this episode — I just enjoyed it less, and I am in agreement with those of you who are starting to get a bit tired of the Alma story line. When, oh, when will we get to see Monique in flashbacks again? At least we know that those teeth are actually Monique's, as expected, and we found out what Alma was injecting herself with — hormones, so she'd get pregnant more easily. Speaking of which, how about Alma giving Orson both sleeping pills and Viagra so that she could rape him while he was passed out? I do give the writers (Valerie Ahern and Christian McLaughlin) credit for making references to Viagra without actually mentioning it, like Alma saying she gave Orson something "to keep the part of you I need nice and perky." That was pretty creepy when Gloria mentioned how much she wanted a grandchild while Alma got ready for her night with Orson by... read more

January 14, 2007: Not While I'm Around

First thing I need to say right off the bat is how funny I thought the show was tonight. Not that I don't always think it's humorous, but I found it even funnier than normal. So I must commend the writers — co-executive producer Kevin Murphy and producer Kevin Etten — for a hilarious script. There were so many great lines, but I think my favorite was Lynette to Tom after Tom told her he wasn't inviting her to the opening of his new restaurant due to her snarky attitude, which made Lynette say no to sex. Tom: "So we're not havin' sex?" Lynette: "Hey — you banned me from your opening." Shut up. To think that Lynette had to expose her breasts to that old man Harry (Richard Herd) just to get him to sign off on Tom's liquor license. What a wife won't do for her husband. Mrs. McCluskey was an excellent inspiration for Lynette, so Kathryn Joosten was able to deliver one of the episode's many other zingers (re: Tom): "It's bad enough you cut off his cojones. Now you want to j... read more

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