CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Thursday 10 June, 9:00pm on Five USA

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. In this episode, a journalist planning to make a startling accusation about Langston is murdered. A series of strange events prompts the CSIs to become suspicious of their colleague. Has Langston turned into a killer? When New York reporter Heidi Custer is found dead in Vegas, it quickly emerges that Langston crossed paths with the victim in the past. While Langston was working as a physician, Heidi investigated the ‘Angel of Death’ killings at his hospital. The CSIs find pictures of Dr Jekyll’s victims in Heidi’s purse, leading them to the conclusion that the journalist was in Vegas to research the case. Contrary to Langston’s assertions that he was not aware Heidi was in Vegas, Archie finds CCTV evidence placing the CSI and the journalist in the same casino bar before her death. Meanwhile, Heidi’s husband Aaron arrives to identify her body, and becomes enraged when he learns that Langston is working on the case. Aaron insists that the CSI murdered Heidi in order to cover up some explosive revelations she was about to make. Heidi was planning to write a story alleging that Langston colluded with the ‘Angel of Death’ killer, citing the fact that he consistently recorded the wrong cause of death for the serial killer’s victims as evidence. Meanwhile, Wendy discloses to Hodges that she has observed Langston behaving strangely in recent months. She reveals that he flatly refused to provide her with a DNA sample in order to clear him from a contaminated crime scene (see episode 11, ‘Sin City Blue’). When Catherine and Nick check out Langston’s alibi for the time of Heidi’s murder, they learn that it is shaky at best – he was apparently working alone on a burglary investigation. Is it really possible that Langston acted to ensure Heidi’s allegations never saw the light of day?

Tuesday 8 June, 9:00pm on Five

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. In this episode, a journalist planning to make a startling accusation about Langston is murdered. A series of strange events prompts the CSIs to become suspicious of their colleague. Has Langston turned into a killer? When New York reporter Heidi Custer is found dead in Vegas, it quickly emerges that Langston crossed paths with the victim in the past. While Langston was working as a physician, Heidi investigated the ‘Angel of Death’ killings at his hospital. The CSIs find pictures of Dr Jekyll’s victims in Heidi’s purse, leading them to the conclusion that the journalist was in Vegas to research the case. Contrary to Langston’s assertions that he was not aware Heidi was in Vegas, Archie finds CCTV evidence placing the CSI and the journalist in the same casino bar before her death. Meanwhile, Heidi’s husband Aaron arrives to identify her body, and becomes enraged when he learns that Langston is working on the case. Aaron insists that the CSI murdered Heidi in order to cover up some explosive revelations she was about to make. Heidi was planning to write a story alleging that Langston colluded with the ‘Angel of Death’ killer, citing the fact that he consistently recorded the wrong cause of death for the serial killer’s victims as evidence. Meanwhile, Wendy discloses to Hodges that she has observed Langston behaving strangely in recent months. She reveals that he flatly refused to provide her with a DNA sample in order to clear him from a contaminated crime scene (see episode 11, ‘Sin City Blue’). When Catherine and Nick check out Langston’s alibi for the time of Heidi’s murder, they learn that it is shaky at best – he was apparently working alone on a burglary investigation. Is it really possible that Langston acted to ensure Heidi’s allegations never saw the light of day?

Thursday 3 June, 9:00pm on Five USA

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. A mother whose husband and kids disappeared several years earlier becomes a new suspect in the investigation. But will Brass’s friendship with the woman stand in the way of a resolution? When a woman is run over and seriously injured while wandering in the desert, Nick and Ray try to work out what she was doing out there alone in the dark. Brass reveals that the woman, Janet Marsh, is a close friend of his whose husband and two children disappeared on the same stretch of road several years earlier. The husband’s car was found with traces of his and his daughter’s blood in it, and Janet’s brother Bill was the prime suspect – but the case quickly went cold. Janet has made pilgrimages to the spot ever since. At the scene of the crash, Ray and Greg find Janet’s torch. Back at the lab, Wendy makes a shock discovery – there are traces of old blood and tissue belonging to Janet’s missing son, Andy, on the flashlight. Suspecting that Janet murdered her family, possibly with Bill’s help, the CSIs are granted permission to search her home. Meanwhile, Brass, who admits that the case is personal for him, wines and dines Janet. She reveals that she is convinced Andy is still alive. Janet’s conviction has been increased by a psychic’s recent vision of the boy being somewhere dry, but near to water.

Tuesday 1 June, 9:00pm on Five

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. A mother whose husband and kids disappeared several years earlier becomes a new suspect in the investigation. But will Brass’s friendship with the woman stand in the way of a resolution? When a woman is run over and seriously injured while wandering in the desert, Nick and Ray try to work out what she was doing out there alone in the dark. Brass reveals that the woman, Janet Marsh, is a close friend of his whose husband and two children disappeared on the same stretch of road several years earlier. The husband’s car was found with traces of his and his daughter’s blood in it, and Janet’s brother Bill was the prime suspect – but the case quickly went cold. Janet has made pilgrimages to the spot ever since. At the scene of the crash, Ray and Greg find Janet’s torch. Back at the lab, Wendy makes a shock discovery – there are traces of old blood and tissue belonging to Janet’s missing son, Andy, on the flashlight. Suspecting that Janet murdered her family, possibly with Bill’s help, the CSIs are granted permission to search her home. Meanwhile, Brass, who admits that the case is personal for him, wines and dines Janet. She reveals that she is convinced Andy is still alive. Janet’s conviction has been increased by a psychic’s recent vision of the boy being somewhere dry, but near to water.

Thursday 13 May, 9:00pm on Five USA

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. In an episode written by stars Wallace Langham and Liz Vassey, Wendy and Hodges enlist a group of high school CSI cadets to help solve a real crime. Elsewhere, someone is determined to thwart the romance blossoming between Wendy and Henry. While Hodges supervises a CSI cadet programme for high school kids, some of his keen students beg him to let them get their hands on a real crime scene. He sees a little of himself in the geeky teenagers, and agrees to take them back to the lab and let them loose on an unsolved case. Several months earlier, a woman was found dead in the middle of an apartment complex after a devastating fire, without a single burn mark or physical injury on her body. At the time, the CSIs were unable to proceed with the puzzling investigation because the crime scene was deemed structurally unsound. The students play with several theories, but none can explain how the woman was left untouched by the raging fire. The crime scene has now been made safe so Wendy, Hodges and their proteges take a field trip to sift through the ruins. All the while, Hodges embellishes the role that he and Wendy play in investigations, but one smart student, Guillermo (Lucas Grabeel, ‘High School Musical’), susses out that he is a lowly lab worker rather than a heroic field agent. However, Guillermo goes on to make an eloquent case for why the ‘lab rats’ are just as important as the investigators themselves. As if to prove this point, Wendy and one of the students find a passport belonging to the hitherto unidentified victim and a stained pair of jeans. Will the forensic evidence enable the investigators to close the case at last, or will Hodges be left ruing the day he let teenagers loose on his crime scene? Elsewhere this week, Wendy agrees to go on a date with lab technician Henry. But a series of pranks, including malfunctioning equipment and a locker full of glue, lead him to cancel on her. Is lovesick Hodges the culprit? Meanwhile, Nick and Greg try to get to the bottom of a nasty round of food poisoning that hits the station.

Thursday 13 May, 9:00pm on Five USA

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. When a teenager is murdered, the CSIs find that his racist, homophobic views made him a number of enemies with a motive to kill. But the investigation takes an unexpected turn when a shocking link between the murder and atrocities from the past is uncovered. As Catherine’s daughter Lindsey rehearses for a production at school, one of her classmates becomes trapped in a flooded sewer outside and dies. The CSIs initially assume that the cause of death is drowning, but Al discovers that the victim, Sean Becker, bled to death after being stabbed with a screwdriver. It soon transpires that Sean was reviled at school for his white-supremacist views. Prior to his death, the teenager was widely believed to be behind two hate crimes – the hit-and-run murder of a gay student and an assault on the school’s black janitor. Just a few days before he was stabbed, Sean was involved in a violent fight with another gay student who was convinced that Sean murdered his friend. When the CSIs interview the janitor, Laurent (Michael K Williams, ‘The Wire’), they make the shock discovery that he struck up a friendship with Sean before his death. The teenager was trying to change his ways -much to the disgust of some of his associates – and was interested in learning more about Laurent’s past as a survivor of the Rwandan genocide. However, it emerges that Sean’s fascination with the genocide led him to uncover the hideous truth about his new friend. Rather than being a brave survivor, Laurent was behind the brutal massacre of an entire Rwandan village. Was Sean’s discovery enough to drive the murderer to kill again?

Tuesday 11 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. In an episode written by stars Wallace Langham and Liz Vassey, Wendy and Hodges enlist a group of high school CSI cadets to help solve a real crime. Elsewhere, someone is determined to thwart the romance blossoming between Wendy and Henry. While Hodges supervises a CSI cadet programme for high school kids, some of his keen students beg him to let them get their hands on a real crime scene. He sees a little of himself in the geeky teenagers, and agrees to take them back to the lab and let them loose on an unsolved case. Several months earlier, a woman was found dead in the middle of an apartment complex after a devastating fire, without a single burn mark or physical injury on her body. At the time, the CSIs were unable to proceed with the puzzling investigation because the crime scene was deemed structurally unsound. The students play with several theories, but none can explain how the woman was left untouched by the raging fire. The crime scene has now been made safe so Wendy, Hodges and their proteges take a field trip to sift through the ruins. All the while, Hodges embellishes the role that he and Wendy play in investigations, but one smart student, Guillermo (Lucas Grabeel, ‘High School Musical’), susses out that he is a lowly lab worker rather than a heroic field agent. However, Guillermo goes on to make an eloquent case for why the ‘lab rats’ are just as important as the investigators themselves. As if to prove this point, Wendy and one of the students find a passport belonging to the hitherto unidentified victim and a stained pair of jeans. Will the forensic evidence enable the investigators to close the case at last, or will Hodges be left ruing the day he let teenagers loose on his crime scene? Elsewhere this week, Wendy agrees to go on a date with lab technician Henry. But a series of pranks, including malfunctioning equipment and a locker full of glue, lead him to cancel on her. Is lovesick Hodges the culprit? Meanwhile, Nick and Greg try to get to the bottom of a nasty round of food poisoning that hits the station.

Tuesday 11 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. When a teenager is murdered, the CSIs find that his racist, homophobic views made him a number of enemies with a motive to kill. But the investigation takes an unexpected turn when a shocking link between the murder and atrocities from the past is uncovered. As Catherine’s daughter Lindsey rehearses for a production at school, one of her classmates becomes trapped in a flooded sewer outside and dies. The CSIs initially assume that the cause of death is drowning, but Al discovers that the victim, Sean Becker, bled to death after being stabbed with a screwdriver. It soon transpires that Sean was reviled at school for his white-supremacist views. Prior to his death, the teenager was widely believed to be behind two hate crimes – the hit-and-run murder of a gay student and an assault on the school’s black janitor. Just a few days before he was stabbed, Sean was involved in a violent fight with another gay student who was convinced that Sean murdered his friend. When the CSIs interview the janitor, Laurent (Michael K Williams, ‘The Wire’), they make the shock discovery that he struck up a friendship with Sean before his death. The teenager was trying to change his ways -much to the disgust of some of his associates – and was interested in learning more about Laurent’s past as a survivor of the Rwandan genocide. However, it emerges that Sean’s fascination with the genocide led him to uncover the hideous truth about his new friend. Rather than being a brave survivor, Laurent was behind the brutal massacre of an entire Rwandan village. Was Sean’s discovery enough to drive the murderer to kill again?

Thursday 6 May, 9:00pm on Five USA

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. When a family is mercilessly gunned down, evidence at first points to a domestic dispute. However, as the case takes several bizarre twists, Ray comes to believe that an old adversary has returned. The morning after a fatal shooting, the CSIs visit the suburban crime scene. A woman, her husband and their dog have been shot, and their young daughter appears to be missing. Nick posits that the girl, Gracie, was the target. But, following a trail across the girl’s bedroom floor, Nick finds her hiding in a box, terrified but alive. Hodges tests a bloody footprint found at the scene and discovers that it contains titanium dust. Nick and Sara follow a trail of the same dust from the crime scene to the house next door. The CSIs establish that the owner, Jack Herson, despised his neighbours on account of their noisy dog. The case looks close to being resolved when Nick and Sara find a bloodstained shirt and bullet casings identical to those used to kill the family in Herson’s home. But, in the basement, music plays and a metalwork machine is still running, and there is no trace of the homeowner. Ray’s interest is aroused when he finds a surgical tool on Herson’s desk. Certain that Ray suspects the involvement of serial killer Dr Jekyll, Nick points out a potential operating table in the corner. The CSIs find that it is covered with blood traces. But why would Jekyll risk blowing his cover by performing such a sloppy killing? Meanwhile, Greg and Sara trace Herson to his aunt’s house. Surrounding the building, they hear him raving about the barking dog and a mysterious pain in his head. As the cops move in, Herson, staggering, sweating and foaming at the mouth, collapses and dies. In the autopsy, Ray finds fresh surgical scars beneath Herson’s toupee. A scan reveals that radioactive seeds, of the sort sometimes used in cancer treatment, have been implanted in the dead man’s brain. Ray realises that Herson is not Dr Jekyll, but another of his victims. Hodges traces the radioactive seeds to a surgeon at a local hospital – but have the CSIs really caught their serial killer at last?

Tuesday 4 May, 9:00pm on Five

The hit crime drama continues its tenth season. When a family is mercilessly gunned down, evidence at first points to a domestic dispute. However, as the case takes several bizarre twists, Ray comes to believe that an old adversary has returned. The morning after a fatal shooting, the CSIs visit the suburban crime scene. A woman, her husband and their dog have been shot, and their young daughter appears to be missing. Nick posits that the girl, Gracie, was the target. But, following a trail across the girl’s bedroom floor, Nick finds her hiding in a box, terrified but alive. Hodges tests a bloody footprint found at the scene and discovers that it contains titanium dust. Nick and Sara follow a trail of the same dust from the crime scene to the house next door. The CSIs establish that the owner, Jack Herson, despised his neighbours on account of their noisy dog. The case looks close to being resolved when Nick and Sara find a bloodstained shirt and bullet casings identical to those used to kill the family in Herson’s home. But, in the basement, music plays and a metalwork machine is still running, and there is no trace of the homeowner. Ray’s interest is aroused when he finds a surgical tool on Herson’s desk. Certain that Ray suspects the involvement of serial killer Dr Jekyll, Nick points out a potential operating table in the corner. The CSIs find that it is covered with blood traces. But why would Jekyll risk blowing his cover by performing such a sloppy killing? Meanwhile, Greg and Sara trace Herson to his aunt’s house. Surrounding the building, they hear him raving about the barking dog and a mysterious pain in his head. As the cops move in, Herson, staggering, sweating and foaming at the mouth, collapses and dies. In the autopsy, Ray finds fresh surgical scars beneath Herson’s toupee. A scan reveals that radioactive seeds, of the sort sometimes used in cancer treatment, have been implanted in the dead man’s brain. Ray realises that Herson is not Dr Jekyll, but another of his victims. Hodges traces the radioactive seeds to a surgeon at a local hospital – but have the CSIs really caught their serial killer at last?

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