CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 10)
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|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 10)|
Season 10 U.S. DVD Cover
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||23|
|Original release||September 24, 2009– May 20, 2010|
Main article: List of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation characters
- Laurence Fishburne as Raymond Langston
- Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
- George Eads as Nick Stokes
- Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders
- Robert David Hall as Al Robbins
- Wallace Langham as David Hodges
- Liz Vassey as Wendy Simms
- David Berman as David Phillips
- Paul Guilfoyle as Jim Brass
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle (15 episodes as special guest star)
- Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
- Sheeri Rappaport as Mandy Webster
- Jon Wellner as Henry Andrews
- Marc Vann as Conrad Ecklie
- Alex Carter as Lou Vartann
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|207||1||"Family Affair"||Kenneth Fink||Story by: Naren Shankar
Teleplay by: Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
|September 24, 2009||10001||16.04|
|Season ten begins with Riley Adams having left and the team investigating the suspicious death of a young actress who was killed in a questionable traffic accident. Gangsters break into the lab and steal a body, shooting some lab workers. Meanwhile, Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox) makes an unexpected visit to the lab and Ray investigates the disturbing work of "Dr. Jekyll."|
|208||2||"Ghost Town"||Alec Smight||Story by: Dustin Lee Abraham & Carol Mendelsohn
Teleplay by: Dustin Lee Abraham
|October 1, 2009||10002||15.94|
|A porn producer and a drug dealer are murdered in an upscale Las Vegas area, and the investigation centers on the members of the affluent neighborhood. The evidence near the peeping hole links to Craig Mason, the adopted son of the deceased bathtub serial killer, Paul Millander.|
|209||3||"Working Stiffs"||Naren Shankar||Naren Shankar||October 8, 2009||10003||14.90|
|Two office colleagues plan to rob a casino, but their misguided plot ends in murder.|
|210||4||"Coup de Grace"||Paris Barclay||Story by: David Rambo & Richard Catalani
Teleplay by: David Rambo
|October 15, 2009||10004||15.37|
|A police officer kills another police officer, and the CSIs must determine if the shooting was accidental or premeditated. The evidence also suggests the death may have been racially motivated.|
|211||5||"Bloodsport"||Jeffrey Hunt||Allen MacDonald||October 29, 2009||10005||15.24|
|A beloved college football coach is murdered in his home, and his entire team comes under suspicion in the case. The investigation reveals that the death may be linked to an earlier unsolved crime.|
|212||6||"Death & The Maiden"||Brad Tanenbaum||Jacqueline Hoyt||November 5, 2009||10006||15.60|
|Two seemingly unrelated crimes are discovered to be connected to a bizarre revenge plot.|
|213||7||"The Lost Girls"||Alec Smight||David Weddle & Bradley Thompson||November 12, 2009||10007||17.38|
|Ray searches for a missing girl being held hostage by human traffickers. He believes the victim may now be part of a Las Vegas prostitution ring. This episode is the conclusion of the CSI: Trilogy, that began on CSI: Miami and continued on CSI: NY.|
|214||8||"Lover's Lanes"||Andrew Bernstein||Dustin Lee Abraham||November 19, 2009||10008||14.91|
|A murder at a bowling alley is investigated after an unusual piece of evidence is discovered during a bowling tournament.|
|215||9||"Appendicitement"||Kenneth Fink||Evan Dunsky||December 10, 2009||10009||16.43|
|Nick, Greg and Hodges take Henry (Jon Wellner), the lab's toxicologist, to celebrate his birthday at a biker bar, where they uncover a double homicide and realize the murderer may still be at the bar. Meanwhile, Ray and Catherine investigate a double murder who could be committed by "Dr. Jekyll".|
|216||10||"Better Off Dead"||Jeffrey Hunt||Story by: Richard Catalani & Tom Mularz
Teleplay by: Corinne Marrinan & Tom Mularz
|December 17, 2009||10010||15.58|
|A shootout at a gun store may be linked to the death of a young woman who was involved in a suicide pact.|
|217||11||"Sin City Blue"||Louis Shaw Milito||Story by: Daniel Steck
Teleplay by: David Rambo & Jacqueline Hoyt
|January 14, 2010||10011||15.33|
|Two beautiful women are murdered in a Las Vegas hotel and the CSIs uncover an unusual killer during their investigation. Meanwhile, Langston continues to hunt "Dr. Jekyll."|
|218||12||"Long Ball"||Alec Smight||Christopher Barbour||January 21, 2010||10012||14.29|
|A legendary golf pro is murdered during a high-profile tournament. Golfers Natalie Gulbis, Rocco Mediate, Gary McCord and Duffy Waldorf appear as themselves, as well as former pro David Feherty.|
|219||13||"Internal Combustion"||Brad Tanenbaum||Jennifer N. Levin||February 4, 2010||10013||14.49|
|The CSIs investigate the deaths of two high-school students involved in illegal street racing. Guest stars Samantha Droke and Scout Taylor-Compton.|
|220||14||"Unshockable"||Kenneth Fink||Michael Frost Beckner||March 4, 2010||10014||15.59|
|The bass guitarist of a country music band is electrocuted during a concert, who recovers with partial memory loss and having different tastes and opinions, much to the bafflement of the CSIs as they investigate possible sabotage. Meanwhile, a decomposed man is fished out of Lake Mead, leading the CSIs into a world of governmental conspiracy. Guest stars Rascal Flatts.|
|221||15||"Neverland"||Alec Smight||Tom Mularz||March 11, 2010||10015||15.25|
|The body of a 14-year-old boy is discovered in a field and the investigation reveals the victim has blood under his fingernails that matches a convicted killer who is in prison for murdering his wife. The incarcerated man demands to be released, claiming that someone else with identical blood killed his wife, but Ray believes the prisoner may have had the blood planted at the scene to try to gain his freedom. Guest Stars Noah Gray-Cabey, Aidan Gould, Nathan Kress.|
|222||16||"The Panty Sniffer"||Louis Shaw Milito||Story by: Richard Catalani & Jacqueline Hoyt
Teleplay by: Jacqueline Hoyt
|April 1, 2010||10016||13.35|
|Detective Vartann and Catherine pose as a couple during a 24-hour stakeout on a drug operation in an upscale hotel while Langston and Nick work on a case involving a woman's death linked to a fetish club.|
|223||17||"Irradiator"||Michael Nankin||Bradley Thompson & David Weddle||April 8, 2010||10017||14.97|
|Langston investigates the murder of a family and thinks he's finally found a suspect for Dr. Jekyll. But all is not what it seems.|
|224||18||"Field Mice"||Brad Tanenbaum||Story by: Naren Shankar & Jennifer N. Levin
Teleplay by: Wallace Langham & Liz Vassey
|April 15, 2010||10018||13.19|
|Hodges and Wendy take a group of students on a field trip through the crime lab. They explain in detail cases the CSIs have done while picturing themselves in the crime investigators' roles. At the end of the episode, Wendy kisses Hodges.|
|225||19||"World's End"||Alec Smight||Evan Dunsky||April 22, 2010||10019||13.35|
|Catherine investigates the case of a student found dead near her daughter's school, leading to a world of racism and a dark secret from one of the school crew uncovered. The Rwandan Genocide is a subject in the episode.|
|226||20||"Take My Life, Please!"||Martha Coolidge||David Rambo & Dustin Lee Abraham||April 29, 2010||10020||13.63|
|The CSIs investigate the death of a legendary comedian who appears to have died under mysterious circumstances; Langston and Sara try to solve the case of a bullet-ridden corpse.|
|227||21||"Lost & Found"||Frank Waldeck||Corinne Marrinan & Elizabeth Devine||May 6, 2010||10021||14.15|
|The CSIs assist Brass in helping a family friend to solve the disappearance of her family during a car accident.|
|228||22||"Doctor Who"||Jeffrey Hunt||Tom Mularz||May 13, 2010||10022||13.42|
|A reporter covering the Dr. Jekyll serial murders is strangled to death and the victim's husband accuses Ray of the crime and of other deaths in the past that his wife investigated.|
|229||23||"Meat Jekyll"||Alec Smight||Story by: Naren Shankar
Teleplay by: Evan Dunsky
|May 20, 2010||10023||14.35|
|The CSIs attempt to capture the elusive Dr. Jekyll with the help of another serial murderer, Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin), who claims to know who he is.|
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