Marlee Matlin on CSI

Marlee Matlin on CSI

Sara is in for a surprise: she's looking here at an ex-girlfriend of Grissom's, played by Oscar winner Marlee Matlin.
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Dita Von Teese on CSI

Dita Von Teese on CSI

Dita Von Teese gets down to business in this scene from CSI. She portrays a forensic enthusiast that catches the eye of Nick.
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Carot Top on CSI

Carot Top on CSI

Yes, this is a picture of Carot Top. He guest starred on the first CSI episode of 2011.
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Justin Bieber on CSI

Justin Bieber on CSI

Justin Bieber is seen here as Jason McCann. It's a role he reprises on the 2010-2011 season of CSI.
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Sara at Work

Sara at Work

This is a scene from the episode "418/427." Sara and the team are on the case of a man suspected of killing a FBI agent's wife.
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Nick in Action

Nick in Action

Do your thing, Nick! The CSI tackles a man in this scene from "418/427."
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Catherine and Nick

Catherine and Nick

Catherine and Nick are seen here on the episode "418/427." They are on the trail of a suspect/pedophile.
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Sara and Greg

Sara and Greg

Did a man kill himself, or was he killed? That's the question on "Wild Life," from which this photo is taken.
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Reed, Langston and Stokes

Reed, Langston and Stokes

Reed, Langston and Stokes work together on the episode "Fracked." They look into the murder of two men that were set to blow the whistle on a large company.
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Nick Investigates

Nick Investigates

Nick is on the case in this scene from "Bump and Grind." That case involves the shredded remains of a man.
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So Much Hoarding

So Much Hoarding

The team looks into the case of a dead hoarder on the episode "House of Hoarders." More than one corpse turns up at the scene.
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As Frankie Reed

As Frankie Reed

Katee Sackhoff will play Detective Frankie Reed on CSI. Get a look at her in action in this photo from the episode "Cold Blooded."
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CSI Quotes

Nick Stokes: Open bottle of Vodka, a used glass. What do you think; one last drink?
Greg Sanders: One last laugh.

Dr. Robbins: A racist gets stabbed before he can drown. Some would call that justice.
Ray Langston: We still have to call it murder.