CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 6)
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 6)|
Robert David Hall
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||24|
|Original release||September 22, 2005– May 18, 2006|
Brass, now partnered with Sofia Curtis, finds himself caught in a shootout that leaves one officer dead, and a Latino community enraged ("A Bullet Runs Through It"), before finding himself critically injured in a hostage standoff ("Bang-Bang"), in the sixth season of CSI. Meanwhile, Grissom and Willows reunite in order to investigate their toughest cases yet, including the death of a movie star ("Room Service"), a corpse discovered at a suburban home ("Bite Me"), a mass suicide at a cult ("Shooting Stars"), and an apparent suicide ("Secrets and Flies"), as Nick comes to terms with his PTSD ("Bodies in Motion"), and later tracks down a missing child ("Gum Drops"). Also this season, Greg hunts the head of a civil war reenactor ("Way to Go"), Grissom investigates the death of a psychic ("Spellbound"), and Sara comes face to face with her toughest adversary yet ("The Unusual Suspect").
- William Petersen as Gil Grissom, a CSI Level 3 Supervisor
- Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows, a CSI Level 3 Assistant Supervisor
- Gary Dourdan as Warrick Brown, a CSI Level 3
- George Eads as Nick Stokes, a CSI Level 3
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle, a CSI Level 3
- Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders, a CSI Level 1
- Robert David Hall as Al Robbins, the Chief Medical Examiner
- Paul Guilfoyle as Jim Brass, a Homicide Detective Captain
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|118||1||"Bodies in Motion"||Richard J. Lewis||Story by: Carol Mendelsohn & Naren Shankar
Teleplay by: Naren Shanker
|September 22, 2005||29.02|
|The team tackles three separate cases: a murdered couple found in bed in a suspicious trailer explosion; a stripper discovered dead in the worst part of town; and two bodies found decomposed after spending five days in the trunk of a car.|
|119||2||"Room Service"||Kenneth Fink||Dustin Lee Abraham & Henry Alonso Myers||September 29, 2005||28.00|
|The CSIs investigate the suspicious murder of a young movie star who is found dead after a night of partying in his hotel suite. Meanwhile, the team uncovers two murders among the immigrant laundry workers from the same hotel.|
|120||3||"Bite Me"||Jeffrey Hunt||Story by: Josh Berman & Carol Mendelsohn
Teleplay by: Josh Berman
|October 6, 2005||28.85|
|The CSI team investigates the case of a woman found dead on the staircase of her suburban home. Suspicion quickly falls on the victim's husband, but the blood-spattered evidence tells a complicated story.|
|121||4||"Shooting Stars"||Danny Cannon||Danny Cannon||October 13, 2005||28.34|
|The CSIs are called in when a homeowner finds a disheveled group of teenagers dumping a body in his yard. It is soon discovered that the group is a cult, but when Grissom and Catherine find the cult's headquarters, they find the members all dead from what appears to be a mass suicide. As the team investigates further, they find out that the mass suicide didn't go as the cult leader planned.|
|122||5||"Gum Drops"||Richard J. Lewis||Sarah Goldfinger||October 20, 2005||28.48|
|The CSIs are called to a house in which the inhabitants, a family of four, have gone missing, and large pools of blood cover parts of the floor. Murder is immediately suspected, but without any bodies, it is difficult for the team to ascertain what happened.|
|123||6||"Secrets and Flies"||Terrence O'Hara||Josh Berman||November 3, 2005||28.73|
|When a young mother is found dead in what appears to be a suicide, the CSIs find evidence to the contrary, thus opening up a homicide investigation. Meanwhile, Grissom, under pressure from the Sheriff and Ecklie, must disprove the evidence presented by a corrupt entomologist in court.|
|124||7||"A Bullet Runs Through It (Part I)"||Danny Cannon||Richard Catalani & Carol Mendelsohn||November 10, 2005||29.55|
|The team must investigate the death of a police officer who died during a shootout, leaving hundreds of bullets at the crime scene. The case grows controversial when it turns out that Sofia Curtis and Jim Brass were with the victim during the shootout, especially when it turns out the officer died from friendly fire. The team, as well as the police department, also contend with the city's enraged Latino community when a young boy is found shot and in critical condition along the path of a fleeing suspect from the shootout.|
|125||8||"A Bullet Runs Through It (Part II)"||Kenneth Fink||Richard Catalani & Carol Mendelsohn||November 17, 2005||28.98|
|The CSI's continue to sift through the overwhelming evidence from the shootout in order to determine who is responsible for the death of a police officer killed during the incident. The team also looks into what started the shootout to begin with. They must also prove that the young boy found injured near the shootout was not shot by police, but by the fleeing suspect.|
|126||9||"Dog Eat Dog"||Duane Clark||Allen MacDonald & Dustin Lee Abraham||November 24, 2005||25.72|
|Grissom and Catherine investigate the death of a man found in a dumpster, who is found to have had a severe eating disorder. Meanwhile, Nick and Sara investigate the death of a couple of the brink of a bitter divorce, in which evidence seems to point to the couple's dog.|
|127||10||"Still Life"||Richard J. Lewis||David Rambo||December 8, 2005||30.95|
|The CSI team is called to help when Karen Mathews reports her son, Jesse, missing from a playground where he was playing on the swings. Witnesses report seeing a man with a blue baseball cap near the swings. Clues in the park bathroom include blood and the boy's underpants. The boy is eventually found in a store, accompanied by a woman with a man fitting the earlier description. But the couple with the boy claim that he is their son Adam, while Karen insists he is her missing son Jesse.|
|128||11||"Werewolves"||Kenneth Fink||Josh Berman||January 5, 2006||27.23|
|The team takes on a poignant case as they investigate the death of a man with a condition in which he grows excessive body hair. They soon discover the man had a twin sister who, along with their mother, is mysteriously missing.|
|129||12||"Daddy's Little Girl"||Terrence O'Hara||Story by: Sarah Goldfinger & Naren Shankar
Teleplay by: Sarah Goldfinger & Henry Alonso Myers
|January 19, 2006||27.13|
|The CSIs investigate the stabbing of a motocross racer who was about to leave town with a woman he had been living with. Meanwhile, as Catherine and Nick investigate the death of an accountant hit by her own car, Nick comes closer to the truth about his kidnapping.|
|130||13||"Kiss-Kiss, Bye-Bye"||Danny Cannon||David Rambo||January 26, 2006||25.86|
|The CSIs question the city's crème de la crème at a party to discover who killed a young man. As Catherine's father Sam Braun is once again a suspect, personal conflict grows between the two.|
|131||14||"Killer"||Kenneth Fink||Story by: Erik Saltzgaber
Teleplay by: Dustin Lee Abraham & Naren Shankar
|February 2, 2006||28.36|
|The CSI investigate two murders in the same area: a man killed in a shady motel, and a teenage girl killed in a car accident, but after getting out of her vehicle, killed by being strangled to death. The killer's story is also followed as they try to live a normal life despite his actions.|
|132||15||"Pirates of the Third Reich"||Richard J. Lewis||Jerry Stahl||February 9, 2006||27.42|
|A half-naked woman is found half buried in the desert with a branding on her arm. She has no hair and is missing her right hand. The woman turns out to be Lady Heather's estranged daughter. The autopsy reveals that the woman was a victim of an experiment and starved to death. The team investigates the Betz Clinic where the deceased underwent a sleep therapy session for her insomnia.|
|133||16||"Up in Smoke"||Duane Clark||Josh Berman||March 2, 2006||27.81|
|When a body is found badly burned in a chimney, Catherine and Warrick recall the house's owner as a suspect in an unsolved murder case a year earlier. Against protocol, the two then use the investigation of the burned victim as an excuse to re-open their case and inspect the house.|
|134||17||"I Like to Watch"||Kenneth Fink||Richard Catalani & Henry Alonso Myers||March 9, 2006||27.16|
|The team is followed by a reality TV crew as it investigates the vicious rape of a real estate agent. Thanks to a video surveillance system, suspicion falls on someone taped entering the building and leaving flowers at the victims door, but forensics clears him. Suspicion then falls on the possibility that the perpetrator is a fireman when they find trace evidence of a fireman's uniform|
|135||18||"The Unusual Suspect"||Alec Smight||Allen MacDonald||March 30, 2006||25.23|
|A teenage boy, Marlon, is being prosecuted for a murder of Stacey, one of his female classmates. During his trial, his 12-year-old sister Hannah takes the stand, and admits that she herself murdered Stacey. The CSI team is now faced with a strange dilemma - two confessions for the one murder. As Hannah is a genius, in high school already, some CSI members suspect that she could not have physically committed the murder. Finally the brother is found to be not guilty by the jury. Later, Hannah reveals to Sara that it was Marlon all along.|
|136||19||"Spellbound"||Jeffrey Hunt||Jacqueline Hoyt||April 6, 2006||23.33|
|When a psychic is found dead in her own shop, the available evidence leads Greg to believe she foresaw her own death. Greg also reveals that his grandmother was a psychic, but Grissom resolves to use his scientific methods to find out what happened. Meanwhile, retired Detective Packey Jameson, an old friend of Brass, suspects the case is linked to an unsolved murder he worked on years ago, and persuades the CSIs to help him revive his old case. In the end it is revealed that the killer is the same person.|
|137||20||"Poppin' Tags"||Bryan Spicer||Dustin Lee Abraham||April 13, 2006||24.42|
|The CSI team is led into the rap music world as they investigate the murders of three street team members.|
|138||21||"Rashomama"||Kenneth Fink||Sarah Goldfinger||April 27, 2006||27.36|
|A wealthy but disagreeable prosecutor is murdered at her son's wedding, and the CSI are called in to investigate. However, Nick's car is stolen with all the evidence inside it, and the case becomes compromised. The CSIs must think back to their investigations as well as search for new evidence to find the killer.|
|139||22||"Time of Your Death"||Dean White||Story by: Danny Cannon
Teleplay by: Richard Catalani & David Rambo
|May 4, 2006||26.05|
|The team investigates the death of a man with a designer suit and the keys to a Ferrari, found dumped in a back alley. Their search leads them to believe he went down fighting and was dragged through a hall with wet paint on the walls. Eventually, they are led to a service in Las Vegas that orchestrates the 'perfect weekend' for an unsuspecting target by uncovering their fantasies and hiring actors to start and play a part in those fantasies.|
|140||23||"Bang-Bang"||Terrence O'Hara||Naren Shankar & Anthony E. Zuiker||May 11, 2006||27.04|
|The CSIs strongly suspect a man in the death of his wife and his co-workers, but are not sure if he did it, especially by himself or with an accomplice. The suspect then leads the police on a wild ride through a busy casino, taking a hostage and barricading himself into a hotel room. Jim Brass then steps in as a hostage negotiator, but is shot as the police raid the room.|
|141||24||"Way to Go"||Kenneth Fink||Jerry Stahl||May 18, 2006||25.40|
|The CSIs wait by the bedside of Brass, who is transported to the hospital, and is fighting for his life. Grissom faces a hard choice by having the power of attorney (rather than his daughter Ellie), and decides to proceed with the risky operation to recover the bullet. Meanwhile, the rest of the team investigates the strange ways of life of two victims: a Civil War re-enactor found decapitated by a train, and a 40-year-old man found dead in a hotel.|
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