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An ex-cop convicted of murdering his wife is killed in prison. The CSIs discover in his cell a list containing the names of people the victim, who was requesting a new trial, believed may have been his wife's real killer. All of the names are cops, with Br (more…)
A recently divorced man is discovered at the bottom of a swimming pool and a video-game addict is found dead on his couch. During the investigations, two other deaths are reported and the CSIs bet on whether they have "hit for the cycle" during one shift-- (more…)
A woman is mauled to death by a mountain lion, but the investigation reveals the victim was injured before the attack. Ray and Sara turn to Lady Heather (Melinda Clarke), now a doctor, for help in tracking down the culprit. Meanwhile, Nick and Dr. Robbins (more…)
A badly decomposed body is discovered in a beat-up chemical-waste drum in the desert. The investigation soon leads Catherine into the world of robotic demolition derbies in which custom-designed robots bash each other in combat-like competitions. Meanwhile (more…)
Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a moviegoer who was stabbed with a screwdriver while watching an old gangster flick at a dingy art-house theater. Across town, a badly bruised 15-year-old boy is found shot to death in an abandoned, bullet-ri (more…)
Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a despised comic who died onstage, apparently after drinking from a tainted bottle of water. The case grows more puzzling when a 15-year-old boy dies in a convenience store after drinking the same brand of wa (more…)
A horse trainer is found dead in the cargo bay of a vast private jet carrying 12 well-heeled passengers, a small crew and a million-dollar show horse. Initially it appears the victim was trampled by the massive animal, but Grissom and Catherine uncover evi (more…)
A woman's body is discovered in a small press box at a high-school football field, apparently the victim of strangulation. The evidence leads investigators to two convicts, one of whom is still in prison. At the crime lab, an explosion destroys key evidenc (more…)
Three masked bandits steal a safe-deposit box from a Las Vegas bank in a daring daytime heist. The case really hits home for Catherine when the evidence leads to casino owner Sam Braun (Scott Wilson), who is like a father to her.
Three murders occur during an annual bull-riding rodeo in Las Vegas. The first victim is a bull rider who is discovered after hours in an empty bull ring. The second is a hit-and-run victim who is linked to the dead cowboy. Later, a third victim, a local p (more…)
The blanket-wrapped body of an unidentified 3-year-old girl, covered with bruises and burns, is discovered inside a packing box in a parking lot. The investigation leads the CSIs to a registered sex offender who had received a delivery in the box, but his (more…)
Grissom and his team investigate a series of deaths with one thing in common---all of the victims have green blood. The probe reveals the three deceased individuals were linked by more than their blood color. Also, a man trying to escape custody bursts int (more…)
Escaped serial killer Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin) threatens to kill one of his female followers, via a disturbing video he sends to the woman's father. Meanwhile, a headless, handless female corpse is discovered in a barn, along with a pair of male hands.
Serial killer Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin) kidnaps Ray's ex-wife (Tracee Ellis Ross) and kills her husband in Los Angeles. Ray and Catherine go to L.A. to help with the investigation, but Ray decides to hunt Haskell on his own and soon becomes a suspect in a (more…)
The 11th season concludes with Ray trying to rescue his kidnapped ex-wife at the boyhood home of serial killer Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin). The subsequent investigation reveals the house is where Haskell's killing spree began and it yields more bodies.
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- Birth Name: George Coleman Eads III
- Birth Place: Fort Worth, TX
- Birthday: March 1, 1967, Pisces
- Profession: Actor
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