CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Episode: "Empty Eyes"

Season 7, Episode 18
Episode Synopsis: Six showgirls are murdered in their rented house and Sara is haunted by the dying words of the last victim. The investigation reveals the women's necks were slashed with a knife and that Warrick believes he knows one of the victims. Also, Greg gets some disturbing information from Grissom about the civil suit filed against him.
Original Air Date: Mar 29, 2007
Guest Cast Tiffany Dupont: Cammie Brookston Betsy Rue: Libby Cooperson Nadine Heimann: Jennifer Smith Larry Mitchell: Officer Mitchell Sheeri Rappaport: Mandy Webster Kellan Lutz: Chris Mullins Archie Kao: Archie Johnson Ruby Dee: Mary Wilson Marshall Allman: Jonathan Alaniz Walton Goggins: Marlon Frost Robert Gant: Lewis Greyburg Charlie Weber: Corey Archfield Louise Lombard: Sofia Curtis
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Length: 42:52
Aired: 3/29/2007
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March 29, 2007: Welcome Back! Season 7, Episode 18

Can you believe it's been more than a month since the last new CSI episode? So what better way to rekindle my CSI flame than to give me an unusually high amount of bloody gore! This episode certainly was one of the more gruesome in recent memory. Six young showgirls all tied up with their throats slashed and a full half hour at least at the crime scene. It was kind of creepy, too. The gang doesn't usually come across victims that are still alive, so when the one girl reached out from under the bed, I admit, I jumped a bit. Not as much as Sara though, I'm sure. One of the things I've always loved about CSI are those scenes where we watch the crime happen from inside the body - you know, the ones where we see every organ the bullet hit. The one they showed in this episode had to be pretty nasty. A knife puncture deep enough to hit spine (or maybe rib?) and hard enough to break off the tip of the knife. That's not the way I want to go out. And did you see how many puncture wounds that one girl had? There were dozens all over her body. The way Sara found the killer was interesting. I mean, I guess in a way he found them, because there didn't seem to be much killer huntin' going on in this one, but to have Sara hold his hand and watch his eyes on her as he lay in the hospital bed was really creepy. I do think I missed two things, though, and it might have been because once I realized the killer was Walton Goggins I started zoning out and thinking about what a badass Vic Mackey is and how I can't wait until Tuesday for the season premiere of The Shield! Anyway, the misses: did he slice his own throat? If not, who did? And what was his reasoning for killing all six girls? The one girl was flirting with him and then I understood that he really didn't feel anything bad about killing people, but did he ever really say what prompted him to kill all of them? Was it all from just a ridiculous amount of alcohol? Before I close, a couple of random things for you to talk about: 1) Why did Hodges pick up the dead girl's phone? Doesn't quite seem like protocol there. 2) Greg got the shaft. $2.5 million to Demitrius' family, and we get to revisit it next week according to the promo. 3) Awwww, Grissom wiped away Sara's tears. I'm looking forward to reading your comments since it's been a while! Until next week, friends. show less
Can you believe it's been more than a month since the last new CSI episode? So what better way to rekindle my CSI flame than to give me an unusually high amount of bloody gore! This episode certainly was one of the more gruesome in recent memory. Six young showgirls all tied up with their throats slashed and a full half hour at least at the crime scene. It was kind of creepy, too. The gang doesn't usually come across victims that are still alive, so when the one girl reached out from under the bed, I admit, I jumped a bit. Not as much as Sara though, I'm sure. One of the things I've always loved about CSI are those scenes where we watch the crime happen from inside the body — you know, the ones where we see every organ the bullet hit. The one they showed in this episode had to be pretty nasty. A knife puncture deep enough to hit spine (or maybe rib?) and hard enough to break off the tip of the knife. That's not the way I want to go out. And did you see how many puncture wounds ... read more

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Premiered: October 06, 2000, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Las Vegas criminologists use scientific methods to solve grisly murders in this unusually graphic (and hugely popular) drama, which inspired a host of other cop-show 'procedurals.' An immediate ratings smash for CBS, the series adroitly mixes painstaking deduction, gritty subject matter and intriguing characters.a The network quickly capitalized on its megahit with spin-offs 'CSI: Miami' and 'CSI: NY.'

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