List of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes

The following is a list of episodes from the CBS television series, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” in which Jorja Fox appeared or was credited. Episodes are rated based on quality and volume of Jorja’s scenes. Episodes in which she is listed in the credits but does not appear are rated with zero stars.

Season One

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Pilot" Oct 6, 2000
Grissom investigates a suicide that presents little evidence. A tape recording of the man's suicide note is put in to doubt when is mother insists that it's not his voice. Warrick and Catherine investigate the shooting of a man during a break-in. Warrick is also assigned to shadowing newcomer Holly Gribbs during a routine fingerprint dust, something he is not too keen on doing. Nick talks to a man who was drugged and robbed by a prostitute. He also visits the scene of a car crash where the same woman has passed out at the wheel of her car.
2 "Cool Change" Oct 13, 2000
A man is killed after winning a fortune and then dumping his girlfriend. So, Grissom and Nick investigate this one. Holly Gribbs is in the hospital and Warrick is up for suspension for leaving her at the crime scene by herself. Newcomer to the CSI team, Sara Sidle, investigates Warrick's actions. When Holly later dies in the hospital, Sara and Catherine track down the killer with some innovative pager work, but Grissom doesn't suspend Warrick.
3 "Crate 'n Burial" Oct 20, 2000
When the wife of a well-to-do business man is kidnapped, Grissom, Sara and Nick investigate her disappearance, eventually saving her after she was buried underground, only to find the deceptions are deeper than they thought. Meanwhile, Warrick and Catherine investigate a hit-and-run.
4 "Pledging Mr. Johnson" Oct 27, 2000
When Grissom and Catherine investigate when a leg is found severed from a body in a lake, they suspect the husband and boyfriend. Meanwhile Sara and Nick investigate a fraternity pledging that ended in the death of a pledge.
5 "Friends & Lovers" Nov 3, 2000
Grissom and Warrick investigate a case of an apparently terrorized teen found dead in the desert; Sara examines the circumstances surrounding the body of a woman who was buried the week before and is found in a garbage dumpster; Nick and Catherine look into the claim by a teacher that she killed the dean of the school in self-defense.
6 "Who Are You?" Nov 10, 2000
Catherine violates department protocol when she takes the case of a rape accusation against her ex-husband. Warrick and Sara search for the missing bullet that will either exonerate or indict a cop for murder. Grissom and Nick investigate when a female skeleton is found under a house buried in cement.
7 "Blood Drops" Nov 17, 2000
An 18-year-old girl bolts from her suburban Las Vegas house screaming for help. Shortly thereafter, Grissom arrives at the home and discovers an especially gruesome scene: four family members - the father, mother and two teenage boys - are dead, butchered with a kitchen knife. The family's two daughters, the teen who ran for help and her 6-year-old sister, are traumatized but otherwise unhurt. What initially looks like a bizarre cult murder becomes more disturbing when they discover the motive behind the massacre.
8 "Anonymous" Nov 24, 2000
When a man is found dead in a setting disturbingly similar to a previous case (in the Pilot episode), Grissom realizes that a serial killer is on the loose. The Killer begins leaving clues to taunt Grissom, while Sara and Catherine work with Grissom. Warrick and Nick clash when they investigate a peculiar car accident.
9 "Unfriendly Skies" Dec 8, 2000
The whole team works to solve the case of a man who was murdered in an airplane while in flight.
10 "Sex, Lies and Larvae" Dec 22, 2000
The investigators work a trio of diverse cases that involve a murder, a theft and a disappearance in this intriguing episode. Grissom investigates the shooting death of a young woman when her bloodied and bug-infested body is found on a nearby mountain. Most of the circumstantial evidence points to the woman's abusive husband as the likely killer. But Grissom's not so sure, since his analysis of the bugs indicates that the victim was killed three days prior---when the hubby was out of town. Elsewhere, a man claims that a thief stole a valuable painting from his house, and a missing woman is feared dead when blood is found in her abandoned car.
11 "I-15 Murders" Jan 12, 2001
Grissom, Catherine and Nick investigate a woman who is kidnapped from a grocery store, and her disappearance points to a serial murderer. Sara and Warrick work on an apparent burglary gone wrong that may be more than it seems.
12 "Fahrenheit 932" Feb 1, 2001
A man convicted of arson and the murder of his wife and child seeks assistance from Grissom (aided by Warrick and Sara) to help prove his innocence. Meanwhile, Catherine and Nick investigate the underground world of sports gambling when a teenager is murdered at close range.
13 "Boom" Feb 8, 2001
Grissom, Warrick and Sara investigate a bombing that occurred in the lobby of a Las Vegas business building; Nick spends the night with a prostitute who is later found murdered in her house and he becomes the chief suspect, and only Catherine can exonerate him.
14 "To Halve and to Hold" Feb 15, 2001
Grissom and Catherine piece together clues while assembling parts of a skeleton that was apparently cut up with a saw and then scattered on a mountain; Warrick and Sara investigate the death of a male stripper who died shortly after performing at a bachelorette party.
15 "Table Stakes" Feb 22, 2001
An elite fund-raising party at a legendary showgirl's elegant Las Vegas mansion turns deadly in a twist-filled episode. Grissom, Catherine, Sidle and Stokes investigate when the body of a leggy brunette is discovered floating in the mansion's pool. Their suspicions soon focus on the brash couple, Patrick and Amanda Haynes, who hosted the party and are house-sitting for the absent owner. They claim the former entertainer, now a wealthy older woman, is vacationing in Europe and can't be reached, but the CSI team isn't so sure. Also, Warrick combs for clues when a man is gunned down, possibly by a hit man, in a glass hotel elevator.
16 "Too Tough To Die" Mar 1, 2001
Sara gets a little too personally involved when she investigates the rape and shooting of a young woman who was left for dead, but who still fights for her life in a nearby hospital; Catherine and Warrick try to determine whether a fatal shooting involving two neighbors was committed in self-defense.
17 "Face Lift" Mar 8, 2001
Grissom investigates the murder of a man who was apparently killed while robbing a store; Catherine searches for a girl who was kidnapped 16 years earlier; Warrick and Sara probe the strange death of a woman who was reduced to ashes while sitting in her house.
18 "$35K O.B.O." Mar 29, 2001
A sudden rainstorm washes away the evidence Grissom, Warrick, Sara and Nick are collecting after an apparent car jacking that ended in a triple homicide. Meanwhile, Catherine investigates a collapse of a building that killed three senior citizens.
19 "Gentle, Gentle" Apr 12, 2001
Grissom finds it difficult to control his emotions when he investigates the alleged kidnapping of the infant son of a Dot-Com Las Vegas millionaire family, especially when the evidence begins pointing to various family members who may be involved in the disappearance.
20 "Sounds of Silence" Apr 19, 2001
An apparent vehicular-manslaughter case turns into a murder investigation when Grissom discovers that the victim, who was deaf, was actually killed before a car hit him. Also, a shoot-out at a coffee shop, which may have been a professional hit, leaves five people dead, including a local high roller.
21 "Justice is Served" Apr 26, 2001
Grissom, Warrick and Nick investigate the brutal death of a jogger who was apparently killed by a mountain lion or a large dog and then had his organs removed with a scalpel, with a striking number of grisly, yet entirely possible conclusions, including evidence of cannibalism and organ harvesting, and their efforts to find out what caused the person's demise leads them to a startling discovery. Catherine becomes convinced that a 6-year-old girl's death was no accident when she and Sara examine a crime scene inside the Tunnel of Love ride at an amusement park.
22 "Evaluation Day" May 10, 2001
Las Vegas Police discover a disembodied head in a truck driven by two scantily clad girls after a high-speed chase, and a seemingly related decapitated corpse turns up in the desert. But Grissom and Catherine are puzzled when the head doesn't match the body--- a body that may not even be human. Warrick tries to help a young inmate who is falsely accused of murdering a gang member.
23 "The Strip Strangler" May 17, 2001
Grissom and his crew investigate when a young woman is strangled in her home, apparently the third victim of a serial killer. The crime scenes all have a common, mystifying element: this murderer really cleans them up, removing all traces of hair or fibers, and even plants misleading evidence. Just when things couldn't get any worse, Grissom learns that the sheriff has called in the FBI to take over the investigation. Grissom thinks the feds have the wrong guy, but his convictions get him thrown off the case. Working on their own time, however, Grissom and his colleagues pore over the forensic evidence in their quest to bring the real killer to justice. The FBI rile Grissom even more when he hears that they plan to use Sara as a decoy.

Season Two

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Burked" Sep 27, 2001
Grissom and crew are called in after high roller Tony Braun, a known drug addict and the son of a Las Vegas Mogul, is found dead in his house by a gardener. Since drug paraphernalia is discovered near his body and it is also determined that he had recently inhaled heroin, the cause of death is at first thought to be an overdose. But further examination of the corpse reveals that Braun had been restrained at some point with duct tape, leading Grissom to believe that the victim was forced to ingest lethal amounts of heroin and, perhaps, other drugs.
2 "Chaos Theory" Oct 4, 2001
Sometimes murder just happens, and there's no way to explain or solve it. That's the situation that the entire CSI team faces when they investigate a disappearance at a local university. A young woman, who was packing up to leave her dorm room to return home, vanishes, seemingly off the face of the earth and leaves all of her belongings behind. Unsavory facts about both students and staff begin to surface during the CSI's investigation. Forensics leads them to several possible suspects, and possible suspects all have probable motives, but nothing seems to pan out. This leads our team to discuss the 'Chaos Theory.' When combined, many seemingly-innocuous events may have a deadly outcome. They face the frightening possibility that the true killer might never be caught and closure is not always within reach.
3 "Overload" Oct 11, 2001
A construction worker who fell 12 stories to his death at a high-profile construction site is thought to have committed suicide by everyone but Grissom. Against the wishes of the Sheriff, Grissom pushes to get at the truth of the matter- he thinks the suicide was actually a homicide, and uses theories on electrocution to look for his killer. Meanwhile, Nick and Catherine take on a case with little more than angora fibers to follow. A teenaged epileptic boy dies while in session with his female psychologist, and traces of angora on his underwear make them believe the psychologist may be practicing very unconventional methods of 'therapy.'
4 "Bully for You" Oct 18, 2001
When the class clown at the local high school is found murdered, the CSI team is called to investigate. The student, who is also the top jock on campus as well as being the class bully, is found shot in the back in the school bathroom. Grissom is convinced that he is looking for a classmate who was finally pushed to end the abuse once and for all. The team uses sophisticated new equipment to track the scent the killer left behind. Meanwhile, Sara and Nick investigate a case of the body of an Army veteran, found decomposed into human soup, in a bag dumped in a gully by hikers.
5 "Scuba Doobie-Doo" Oct 25, 2001
Two bizarre cases baffle investigators in this intriguingly complex episode. Grissom, Sara and Warrick are called on to investigate apartment that has blood-spattered walls. The former tenant offers Grissom a highly unusual explanation for how it got there and claims no crime was committed, that his missing girlfriend is visiting her parents -- and the parents say she never showed up. Grissom doesn't believe him, but then he can't find a body either. In the second case Catherine and Nick are called to the site of a large fire and attempt to determine how a dead scuba diver in full gear became lodged between two charred tree branches 30 above the ground, near Lake Mead. Nick thinks the victim was snagged by a firefighting helicopter as it scooped up water from the lake, but Catherine isn't buying that urban legend.
6 "Alter Boys" Nov 1, 2001
A young man is discovered burying a body that has been shot three times, but Grissom isn't convinced the guy is the killer---despite a wealth of evidence to the contrary; a woman is found dead in a health spa locker room without obvious evidence of foul play, but Catherine and Nick suspect murder.
7 "Caged" Nov 8, 2001
A book restorer at a historical society is discovered dead, apparently from natural causes, in a metal cage (a temperature and humidity controlled room) that is used to protect rare books---but Grissom and Nick suspect she was murdered and their only possible witness: an autistic co-worker. Catherine and Sara handle the fatal case of car vs. train when a woman is killed when her SUV is struck by a train at a railroad crossing, which may not have been accidental. Warrick digs into some residential burglaries.
8 "Slaves of Las Vegas" Nov 15, 2001
A young woman's naked corpse is found dead in a park in a playground sandbox, but she was definitely murdered elsewhere. Whipmarks and liquid latex on the body lead Grissom, Catherine and Nick to a fetish club and the underworld of sadomasochistic sex. Sara and Warrick handle the case of a man shot and robbed outside check cashing store. It might be a robbery, but the CSI suspect an inside job smacking of insurance fraud and theft.
9 "And Then There Were None" Nov 22, 2001
Three armed 'women' (sic) kill five guards while stealing $250,000 from a local casino, witnesses all have conflicting stories about what happened, and that doesn't make things easy for Grissom, Nick and Warrick. Meanwhile, Catherine and Sara investigate a murder at a faraway mini-mart where a man was killed with an unusual weapon. Are the cases related?
10 "Ellie" Dec 6, 2001
Grissom has to give a lecture on preserving crime scenes at an out-of-town convention and Catherine is off to Reno for the evening, so he makes Warrick acting supervisor. The night begins routinely enough with the murder outside of a casino. The dead man was a con artist, who had run off with some tourists' money only to get shot and killed in the parking lot. Things heat up quickly when it's discovered that the dead man was part of a drug ring. He was also scheduled to fly to Baja with Capt. Brass's estranged daughter, Ellie, who turns out to be quite a spitfire---and does everything she can to humiliate her father. With his daughter as the prime suspect, Brass takes himself off the investigation professionally, but not personally. Meanwhile, the physical evidence in the case leads Sara to investigate a high-end counterfeit operation after the money found on the victim turns out to be bogus.
11 "Organ Grinder" Dec 13, 2001
An amorous couple's desires are deflated when the hotel elevator opens up to reveal a nearly dead politician an/or real estate developer on the floor, who later dies of apparently natural causes. However, Grissom suspects murder. The man was poisoned, and it seems after he died, the man's organs were removed, the body was dressed and was then put in the elevator. The CSI team must check organ donors and delve into an old shooting case to solve the mystery.
12 "You've Got Male" Dec 20, 2001
Grissom and Sara are called to the crime scene when two murder victims are found hidden in pipes at a construction site in the middle of an alfalfa field. Their investigation of the construction site murder reveals that the victims were sisters and the relationship of one of the sisters to a former prison inmate is a cause for suspicion -- especially when his presence is traced to the scene of the crime. Catherine and Nick investigate an ostensible hunting accident, and begin to doubt seriously that the body found in the woods was the victim of any accident.
13 "Identity Crisis" Jan 17, 2002
Grissom's nemesis, serial killer Paul Millander, reappears and claims a third victim in this gripping episode. The latest slaying matches Millander's previous killings in that it recreates his father's murder, which Millander witnessed as a boy. In each case, the victim is shot once through the chest while lying in a bathtub. A nearby tape recorder contains the person's supposed suicide message. All three victims share the same birthday of Aug. 17---the date Millander's father was slain---with the years in descending order from 1959. So presumably, the killer's next target was born Aug. 17, 1956...which just happens to be Grissom's birthday.
14 "The Finger" Jan 31, 2002
Catherine is ordered by a kidnapper to accompany a man who is to deliver $1 million in ransom to him or else he will kill the man's mistress. But when the million is paid, they learn that his mistress is already dead.
15 "Burden of Proof" Feb 7, 2002
Grissom investigates the murder of a Las Vegas photographer whose remains were dumped at a nearby body farm where CSIs routinely study corpses, and his findings reveal that the man was apparently shot to death even though there are no bullet fragments in the body. Also, Grissom's leadership is questioned by some members of his staff.
16 "Primum Non Nocere" Feb 28, 2002
When Terry Rivers barrels into the opposing team's goalie, a fight breaks out and Terry ends up at the bottom of a huge pile of bodies. After the players are separated, he is found dead...with a deep, bloody gash across his neck. Grissom, Catherine and Sara are called in to investigate. Across town, Warrick and Nick look into the apparent drug-related death of a sax player at a casino. While working on the case, Warrick finds himself drawn to a rising young singer who worked with the dead musician.
17 "Felonious Monk" Mar 7, 2002
Grissom investigates the murders of four monks who were shot point blank while chanting in a Buddhist temple; Catherine reopens a cold case in which her best friend was murdered, after the man convicted of the crime claims he's innocent shortly before he dies.
18 "Chasing the Bus" Mar 28, 2002
A bus carrying 23 passengers from Los Angeles to Las Vegas crashes less than 40 miles from its destination, killing nine people. Before he dies, the driver recalls that, moments before the wreck, the steering wheel began vibrating like a jackhammer in his hands, making it impossible for him to control the speeding vehicle. When the bus finally did come to a stop, it was on its right side on top of a sports car that was following it. At the scene, the CSIs discover that a recent parolee was on the bus, but is now unaccounted for---and that there's evidence of foul play.
19 "Stalker" Apr 4, 2002
Jane Galloway is a nervous breakdown waiting to happen. She has completely shielded herself from the outside world, but that doesn't stop a stalker in her attic from killing her. When CSI arrives, they find her hair dyed and her face shoved in the toilet. This image has a heavy impact on Nick, and they soon realize that this stalker is well acquainted with Nick, which makes the CSI the next target.
20 "Cats in the Cradle" Apr 18, 2002
Grissom and Catherine investigate the stabbing death of an 80-year-old woman who lived in a run-down house full of cats; Nick and Sara comb through the remains of a car bombing that was, apparently, a murder plot gone awry.
21 "Anatomy of a Lye" May 2, 2002
Grissom and Sara investigate when a man's body, which has been doused with lye, is found buried in a park; Nick tries to determine how a hiker apparently drowned in a desert.
22 "Cross Jurisdictions" May 9, 2002
Grissom and his crew handle their highest profile case to date when the city's former chief of detectives is slain execution-style in his house following a wild party. Missing from the residence are the chief's trophy wife and their 7-year-old daughter. When several motorists report seeing the girl along an access road near Miami, Catherine and Warrick fly there and meet that city's top CSI, Horatio Caine, who aids them in the investigation.
23 "The Hunger Artist" May 16, 2002
The season concludes with a baffling case that requires the resources of Grissom's entire crew. The CSIs investigate when the body of an unidentified young woman is discovered stuffed in an overturned shopping cart near a freeway underpass. Her horribly disfigured and partially decomposed face is a nightmare of blood, scabs and scars, as if she'd been shoved into a fan. A huge circular hole dominates her left cheek. Someone not only wanted her dead, Grissom reasons, but they wanted her ugly. Adding to the mystery are the cart's other contents: an expensive handbag, fashion magazines and a leather day planner with notes written in code.

Season Three

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Revenge is Best Served Cold" Sep 26, 2002
Catherine and Nick investigate street racing after one of the drivers is found dead out in the desert at an abandoned airstrip. Back in town, Grissom and his crew look into the death of a poker player who suffered a violent convulsion in the middle of a high-stakes game with three others. As always, things aren't what they seem.
2 "The Accused is Entitled" Oct 3, 2002
Grissom and his team investigate the death of a woman found in the hotel room of an actor. The case goes to trial and the defense brings in Grissom's mentor who exploits his knowledge of Grissom and the other CSIs.
3 "Let the Seller Beware" Oct 10, 2002
Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a wealthy couple who are found outside of their home, which was up for sale. Meanwhile, Sara probes the death of a cheerleader who is found eviscerated on a soccer field, her organs having been ingested by her killer.
4 "A Little Murder" Oct 17, 2002
Grissom suspects murder, not suicide, when the body of a dwarf is found hanging from a rope high above a stage in a casino hotel where a convention of little people is being held. Across town, Catherine is attacked at a crime scene where a man was murdered during what appears to have been a home robbery.
5 "Abra-Cadaver" Oct 31, 2002
Grissom, Warrick, and Sara investigate when a woman vanishes while taking part in a magician's act. The primary suspect is the magician. Catherine and Warrick investigate the apparent overdose of a rock star.
6 "The Execution of Catherine Willows" Nov 7, 2002
Fifteen years ago, Catherine helped put a man on death row for the rape and murder of a coed at a nearby college. The man is about to be executed when he's granted a stay based on new DNA evidence. When bodies turn up at the school, killed in identical manners, it's thought the killer might actual be on the loose.
7 "Fight Night" Nov 14, 2002
Grissom, Sara and Warrick investigate the brutal world of boxing when a middleweight boxing champ dies in the ring after taking a brutal beating from his nemesis. Grissom finds evidence that points to murder. Outside, in a nearby parking lot, Catherine works a crime scene where a Los Angeles gang member was gunned down, apparently by a rival gang. Also, Nick investigates a 'smash and grab' at a jewelry store, which soon turns into more than a simple robbery than may involve an insurance scam.
8 "Snuff" Nov 21, 2002
Catherine is called in by a pornographic-film developer to view graphic footage from a snuff movie in which a woman is brutally slain. Grissom investigates an ant covered body that's been dead over a year.
9 "Blood Lust" Dec 5, 2002
A cab driver seems to run over a boy and is then beaten to death by a mob for racial reasons. When Grissom arrives on the scene, he discovers that the teen has been eviscerated and has stab wounds, but shows no signs of having been struck by the cab.
10 "High and Low" Dec 12, 2002
Nick and Warrick investigate the death of a man who was apparently thrown from the roof of a six-story building. Evidence reveals that he was dead before he hit the ground. Also, Catherine probes the shooting death of a man who was killed with his own gun, and Grissom's hearing problems cause him to drop out of a case.
11 "Recipe for Murder" Jan 9, 2003
A human arm is discovered stuck in a grinder at a meat-processing plant and the evidence leads Grissom and Catherine to an upscale restaurant where the victim worked as a chef. Across town, Warrick and Sara probe the apparent suicide of a girl with bipolar disorder in her apartment, but as the case unfolds it becomes clear that she was murdered.
12 "Got Murder?" Jan 16, 2003
The discovery of a human eye in a raven's nest leads investigators to a landfill where a limbless female with a crushed skull is found. At the lab, an autopsy on a different body turns into a lifesaving mission when it's discovered that the victim isn't dead. Still, Grissom must determine whether the man was a target for murder.
13 "Random Acts of Violence" Jan 30, 2003
Warrick investigates the drive by murder of a young girl in his old neighborhood. The girl's father is a friend and mentor of Warrick's as well. Warrick struggles to control his emotions to the point where Grissom pulls him off of the case. Nick tackles the murder of a computer company employee. The only supects are the three other employees in the building.
14 "One-hit Wonder" Feb 6, 2003
Catherine takes the point in the investigation of an escalating series of peeping tom incidents. The crew is racing to stop the attacker before his crimes become more serious assaults. Meanwhile, Sara reopens the dormant case of her friend, a district attorney. The DA is facing surgery to remove a bullet she got in an attack that killed her husband three years prior.
15 "Lady Heather's Box" Feb 13, 2003
Grissom investigates the murder of two men that leads him to a new encounter with Lady Heather. Catherine is desperate to find out what lead to the near death of her daughter and why her ex, Eddie, disappeared.
16 "Lucky Strike" Feb 20, 2003
A man driving with a wooden stake in his head dies in front of a casino. Grissom and Nick work to discover the 'vampire' killer. Warrick and Catherine hunt for the killer of a NBA star's 5 year old son.
17 "Crash & Burn" Mar 13, 2003
An elderly woman crashes her car into a crowded restaurant. One of the patrons is Sara's paramedic boyfriend. Grissom and Nick investigate the possible carbon monoxide murder of a woman in her home.
18 "Precious Metal" Apr 3, 2003
A badly decomposed body is discovered in a beat-up chemical-waste drum in the desert. The investigation soon leads Catherine into the world of robotic demolition derbies in which custom-designed robots bash each other in combat-like competitions. Meanwhile, Grissom and Warrick probe the death of a newly married man whose body is found in an alley.
19 "A Night at the Movies" Apr 10, 2003
Grissom and Catherine investigate a movie-goer who was stabbed to death; the team comes to a forensic impasse while processing a teenager who died from a gunshot wound.
20 "Last Laugh" Apr 28, 2003
Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a despised comic who died onstage, apparently after drinking from a tainted bottle of water. The case grows more puzzling when a 15-year-old boy dies in a convenience store after drinking the same brand of water. Brass reopens a woman's accidental-death case after spotting the deceased's husband in a flashy new car with a trophy date on his arm.
21 "Forever" May 1, 2003
The trampling death of a trainer by her horse aboard a private jet is investigated by Grissom, Catherine, and Nick. Sara and Warrick look into a Romeo and Juliet scenario in the desert.
22 "Play With Fire" May 8, 2003
Grissom, Sara, and Nick investigate the murder of a woman in the press box of a high school stadium. They arrive less than an hour after the woman's death. Catherine and Warrick try to determine the cause of an explosion in the DNA lab of CSI that seriously injures a lab tech. The personal lives of our characters come into play in this episode.
23 "Inside the Box" May 15, 2003
A professional bank robbery leads to the death of a detective. While investigating the case, Grissom deals with his hearing loss and another CSI gets a personal revelation.

Season Four

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Assume Nothing" Sep 25, 2003
Two couples meet in a bar and one of the couples is murdered. When a second couple is murdered in a similar fashion the team suspects a pair of serial killers are on the loose. The case is complicated by leaks to the press and a judge reluctant to issue a warrant. Catherine gets some troubling news about her father's murder trial.
2 "All For Our Country" Oct 2, 2003
Conclusion. The investigation into the double homicide turns up two more murders and the evidence leads Grissom, Warrick and Nick to believe a police officer may be involved. Across town, Catherine and Sara probe the death of a college student found after several days in his still-running bathtub.
3 "Homebodies" Oct 9, 2003
Grissom and Warrick discover a woman's mummified corpse locked in a closet, while Nick and Sara investigate a similar crime scene across town; a boy shoots himself in the foot with a gun found in his yard.
4 "Feeling the Heat" Oct 23, 2003
Catherine investigates the death of a baby who was left inside a locked car on a steamy day; Nick and Sara examine a lakeside scene where a young woman's body was found washed ashore; Warrick tries to determine whether a man found dead in a sweltering house was the victim of an accident or foul play.
5 "Fur and Loathing" Oct 30, 2003
A man dressed in a full raccoon suit becomes roadkill after he's hit by a car on a dark stretch of highway. When Grissom and Catherine arrive, they discover he has also been shot. It turns out the dude is part of a weird group that believes in acting on animal instinct.
6 "Jackpot" Nov 6, 2003
Grissom visits a small Nevada town to investigate the death of a man whose severed head was found by a dog in some nearby woods; and Catherine receives an unexpected and unwelcome gift from her dad, which prompts her to visit him.
7 "Invisible Evidence" Nov 13, 2003
Warrick is blindsided in court when a bloody knife he recovered from a suspected killer's car is determined to be inadmissible, leaving the CSIs only 24 hours to find new evidence before the accused murderer is set free.
8 "After the Show" Nov 20, 2003
A model who wants to be a showgirl disappears and is found dead, leaving lots of questions to be answered and no small amount of outside attention.
9 "Grissom vs. Volcano" Dec 11, 2003
When a bomb explodes on the Strip, the frightening possibility of terrorism becomes a little too real... and involves a school science fair. A musician's girlfriend dies, and it might be murder.
10 "Coming of Rage" Dec 18, 2003
The team finds another evil killer, only this time it's a 15 year old girl. A mother is killed at her child's birthday party by a stray bullet.
11 "Eleven Angry Jurors" Jan 8, 2004
A hung jury ends up in worse states when a juror ends up dead. A jealous woman turns up to report a murder--that happened three years previously.
12 "Butterflied" Jan 14, 2004
Grissom tries to pin a murder on an unshakable doctor. A couple is killed and the girl's other boyfriend, the doc, is the prime suspect as the murder weapon was a scalpel. The victim also looks shockingly like Sara.
13 "Suckers" Feb 5, 2004
The CSI deal with vampires and a stolen relic.
14 "Paper or Plastic" Feb 12, 2004
Police officers go into a grocery store that is being robbed, and the end results have the CSI trying to figure out just what transpired.
15 "Early Rollout" Feb 19, 2004
A couple are murdered at a gated community, and it comes out that porn is involved.
16 "Getting Off" Feb 26, 2004
A well-dressed man driving an expensive car is murdered in a drug-infested neighborhood, but robbery apparently was not a motive; a dead clown is discovered stuffed inside of a huge truck tire at an auto junkyard; Grissom learns some surprising news about Dr. Robbins.
17 "XX" Mar 11, 2004
A mutilated female body is discovered tied to the undercarriage of a bus carrying prisoners from a women's correctional facility after a severed arm flies out from beneath the vehicle and strikes a car. Catherine leads the investigation and at first believes the woman was escaping, but the evidence increasingly points to murder. Back in town, Warrick probes the death of a gambler who was stabbed multiple times in his brother's kitchen.
19 "Bad to the Bone" Apr 1, 2004
Grissom is attacked during an interrogation, and a death occurs in the ruckus. Sherrif Atwater gets exceptionally political when the LVPD is placed under investigation.
20 "Bad Words" Apr 15, 2004
Catherine, Warrick and Nick look into an arson case. Sara and Grissom investigate a death at a Scrabble game.
21 "Dead Ringer" Apr 29, 2004
An LVPD barbeque/cookout leads to an unexpected death. The team investigates a death at a race relay, which claims the life a sheriff's deputy.
22 "Turn of the Screws" May 6, 2004
A rollercoaster derails at an amusement park, claiming the lives of several people. Was it shoddy maintenance. or something more sinister? Catherine and Warrick look into a missing November year-old found murdered.
23 "No More Bets" May 13, 2004
Two men are found murdered after scamming Sam Braun's casinos. Grissom and Warrick investigate after Catherine is thrown off the case. One of the suspects is the son of a man Braun caught cheating. Nick gets the promotion that Sara coveted.
24 "Bloodlines" May 20, 2004
In the fourth-season finale, a casino employee is beaten and raped on her way home from work, but she survives and identifies her attacker. Unfortunately, a DNA test sets him free and Grissom must wrestle with whether evidence can ever lie. Later, Grissom comes to the rescue of a coworker who ends up on the other side of the law.

Season Five

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Viva Las Vegas" Sep 23, 2004
The CSI unit investigates four fatalities on one wild night in Las Vegas: a nightclub shooting, a stripper found dead in a hotel suite, a man found electrocuted in his bathtub, and a body clad in an alien costume found near Area 51.
2 "Down the Drain" Oct 7, 2004
After a heavy rain, the CSI team is called to investigate the deaths of two people found in sewage drains to determine whether either was murder.
3 "Harvest" Oct 14, 2004
An Amber alert is issued when a young girl vanishes. Catherine is surprised to learn the police have picked up her daughter for hitchhiking.
4 "Crow's Feet" Oct 21, 2004
Catherine and Nick investigate the mysterious death of a woman who recently underwent cosmetic surgery after her body is discovered in a hotel suite; Grissom, Sara, and Greg probe the suspicious death of a man who died in his house, apparently while it was being fumigated.
5 "Swap Meet" Oct 28, 2004
The team investigates a group of swingers in a gated community when one of them is found murdered after attending one of the group's parties.
6 "What's Eating Gilbert Grissom?" Nov 4, 2004
The 'blue paint' killer returns. Grissom believes that a serial killer responsible for several deaths at a Las Vegas college over the past 17 years is at it again when body parts are found on campus. But the latest victim is a departure from the killer's previous targets.
7 "Formalities" Nov 11, 2004
The CSI team investigates the death of a high-school student at a private party in a hotel suite upstairs from the school's homecoming dance. Note: Jorja Fox is not in this episode
8 "Ch-Ch-Changes" Nov 18, 2004
The 100th episode explores the world of transgenders in what turns out to be the ultimate case of mistaken identity.
9 "Mea Culpa" Nov 25, 2004
After Grissom discovers a previously undetected forensic clue on a piece of evidence during a murder trial, new assistant lab director Conrad Ecklie seizes the opportunity to put Grissom and his late shift team under the microscope.
10 "No Humans Involved" Dec 9, 2004
Grissom and his team investigate the starving death of a five year old boy. They discover the boy has siblings who are in danger too. Catherine and her team determine who killed a prisoner in a holding cell brawl.
11 "Who Shot Sherlock?" Jan 6, 2005
A Sherlock Holmes enthusiast is murdered in his perfectly re-created, Victorian-era, Baker Street study, and the CSI team needs to find the killer.
12 "Snakes" Jan 13, 2005
CSI finds a dead baby rattlesnake in the throat of a decapitated human head, sending investigators into a dangerous underground world that glamorizes violence and brutality.
13 "Nesting Dolls" Feb 3, 2005
Catherine, Warrick and Nick find the body of two women at a construction site buried under tar. The swing swift are brought into the world of foreign 'mail-order' brides. Sara and Catherine have a dispute in which Sara gets suspended by Ecklie for acting insubordinate toward Catherine and himself. Sara opens up to Grissom about her childhood past.
14 "Unbearable" Feb 10, 2005
When a hunter and a bear are found dead on the outskirts of Las Vegas, detectives suspect a third party was involved in the killings.
15 "King Baby" Feb 17, 2005
When a major Las Vegas player is found dead, Ecklie orders both teams to investigate the case. The man who had secrets on everyone in Vegas had a very big one of his own.
16 "Big Middle" Feb 24, 2005
The discovery of a gunshot victim in a canyon leads Catherine and Warrick into the high-stakes world of sports betting. Back in town, a convention of plus-size people draws Grissom's interest as he probes the case of a man who was crushed to death in his hotel room. The investigation reveals that the man was friendly with some heavyset women who were attending the convention.
17 "Compulsion" Mar 10, 2005
When a serial killer strikes again, the CSIs dig up evidence from a prior killing in the hopes of using new technology to make a match. The fingerprint is linked to Jesse Acheson, who becomes the prime suspect in the case. Meanwhile, when a teen boy is found dead in his bedroom, the Las Vegas Police Department elicits a confession from his brother, but the evidence leads the CSIs in another direction.
18 "Spark of Life" Mar 31, 2005
Grissom, Sara, and Greg investigate a wildfire that killed one man and badly burned a woman. Catherine, Nick, and Warrick get the case of a family of three murdered in their home.
19 "4x4" Apr 14, 2005
One night, four cases. Grissom and Brass get a stolen hummer and a taco stand. Warrick gets a dead car show girl. Sara and Greg get a dead bodybuilder. Nick gets a dead boy found on a bench.
20 "Hollywood Brass" Apr 21, 2005
Captain Brass seeks the assistance of a former colleague when he travels to Los Angeles after his estranged daughter calls for help.
21 "Committed" Apr 28, 2005
Grissom and Sara investigate the murder of a mental-hospital patient and quickly narrow down the suspects to a handful of other patients and staff members.
22 "Weeping Willows" May 5, 2005
A man whom Catherine flirted with at a bar reappears in her life as a suspect in a murder investigation.
23 "Iced" May 12, 2005
Two amorous freshmen are found dead on a sleeping bag in a dorm room, and Sara and Greg run into one dead end after another as they try to determine why the students were killed.
24 "Grave Danger" May 19, 2005
The CSI teams come together to save one of their own when they learn one team member has been kidnapped and buried alive.
25 "Grave Danger" May 19, 2005
The CSI teams come together to save one of their own when they learn one team member has been kidnapped and buried alive.

Season Six

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Bodies in Motion" Sep 22, 2005
Three investigations involve a couple killed in a trailer explosion, a stripper found dead in the worst part of town, and two decomposing corpses in the trunk of a car.
2 "Room Service" Sep 29, 2005
An up and coming young movie star is found dead after a night of partying in his hotel suite with his entourage of groupies. Meanwhile, downstairs at the same hotel, the immigrant kitchen workers may have turned against each other and committed murder.
3 "Bite Me" Oct 6, 2005
The CSI team investigates a wife's suspicious death on a flight of stairs. The overwhelming amount of blood evidence in the case leads Grissom and his team to discover several revealing secrets within this 'typical' American marriage -- secrets of adultery, blackmail and a biting fetish that may have ultimately contributed to the housewife's death.
4 "Shooting Stars" Oct 13, 2005
A middle of the night break-in at a suburban home on the edge of the Vegas desert leads the CSIs to discover an abandoned military compound being used to house a small cult. Once inside, they discover a mass suicide has taken place. However, with 11 bodies and 12 beds, Grissom surmises that the killer may be the one body missing.
5 "Gum Drops" Oct 20, 2005
The CSI team suspects an entire family has been murdered, but cannot prove it until they find the victims' bodies. When the blood evidence suggests only three people were killed, Nick is the only one on the CSI team that believes the fourth family member, the young daughter, is still alive. Now, it's a race against time to find the perpetrators who may lead the CSIs to a possible survivor.
6 "Secrets and Flies" Nov 3, 2005
The CSI team uncovers evidence in the investigation of a young mother's suicide that proves that the woman's newborn baby was not her biological child -- in fact, she was still technically a virgin at the time of her death. If the team discovers how the child was conceived, the answer may lead them to a killer. Meanwhile, Grissom is called into court to refute expert witness testimony from a suspected manipulator of evidence.
7 "A Bullet Runs Through It (Part 1)" Nov 10, 2005
A routine traffic stop turns into a wild police chase through the streets of Las Vegas, resulting in the death of a police officer. When all is finished, the crime scene stretches for miles and the CSIs face an avalanche of ballistic evidence in order to find the real killer of the police officer who died on the scene. Grissom fears the officer may have been the victim of 'friendly fire' and not the drug criminals they were chasing.
8 "A Bullet Runs Through It (Part 2)" Nov 17, 2005
The CSIs sift through the overwhelming evidence from a shootout with drug dealers in order to determine who is responsible for the death of a police officer killed during the incident, on the conclusion of a two-part episode.
9 "Dog Eat Dog" Nov 24, 2005
An obese man is found dead in a dumpster outside of a restaurant on Thanksgiving and his hands are filled with mashed potatoes. The investigation leads Grissom and Catherine into the world of competitive eating. Across town, Nick and Sara probe the deaths of a husband and wife on the verge of divorce who were apparently attacked by a vicious dog. A golden retriever is found at the scene, but he hardly seems like a killer.
10 "Still Life" Dec 8, 2005
The CSI's are called out to investigate the disappearance of a boy whose father died four years ago. Soon a couple is arrested at a convenience store with a boy matching the description of the missing kid. The only problem is they both claim it is their son. Both parents have exactly the same picture of the boy, with a scar on exactly the same place on his face. They hope a DNA-test could confirm who the real parents are, but when this information comes to light, it leads to another bizarre twist, possibly murder.
11 "Werewolves" Jan 5, 2006
When a woman gives birth to two children who have a bizarre disease, which causes them to grow excessive body hair, she abandons them, only to resurface years later, when one of them turns up dead: shot through the heart with a silver bullet.
12 "Daddy's Little Girl" Jan 19, 2006
The CSIs investigate the murder of a young man found dead in his girlfriend\'s garage after a night of taking drugs and partying. At first, Grissom and his team suspect that the man was murdered by his girlfriend after she discovered him cheating. However, the case takes a surprising twist when the identity of the other woman with whom the young man had been having an affair is revealed.
13 "Kiss-Kiss, Bye-Bye" Jan 26, 2006
A forensic case links to Las Vegas\' history when a beautiful former showgirl with ties to the mob has a party that results in the murder of a guest. The CSIs crash an elegant party for the city\'s creme of the creme to discover who killed a young man. The case gets a bit more personal for Catherine when her father, Sam Braun, is one of the suspects.
14 "Killer" Feb 2, 2006
In a CSI first, a crime will be shown from the killer\'s perspective. The CSIs must investigate when a party girl is injured and killed in a traffic accident. What will become of the case when the focus turns to a convicted rapist? The CSIs investigate two deaths, both linked to the same suspect. As the evidence starts to overlap, the CSI team begins to move in on the murderer.
15 "Pirates of the Third Reich" Feb 9, 2006
When the body of a young woman is found half-buried in the desert outside of Vegas, Grissom teams up with Lady Heather to discover the cause of the victim\'s unusual death. The mystery deepens when the CSIs discover that the woman was participating in a clinical study where doctors performed experiments for sleep deprivation.
16 "Up in Smoke" Mar 2, 2006
The CSI team explores the case of a man found stuffed down the chimney of a previous suspect\'s home.
17 "I Like to Watch" Mar 9, 2006
A camera crew from a reality series follows the CSI team during the first 48 hours of an investigation involving an upscale real estate agent found dead in her glamorous high-rise apartment. The cameras reveal the intricacies of how the CSIs piece together the case, but also delve into how each member of the team deals differently with the emotional and physical demands of their work.
18 "The Unusual Suspect" Mar 30, 2006
When a student is arrested and tried for the murder of a popular high-school girl, the suspect's 12-year-old sister confesses to the crime. This results in the judge giving the prosecution 72 hours to re-examine the evidence before the jury delivers its verdict.
19 "Spellbound" Apr 6, 2006
The team investigates the death of a psychic who 'saw' her own death while performing a reading for two other women. Greg reveals a family secret to Grissom but Grissom believes that science will be what solves the case.
20 "Poppin' Tags" Apr 13, 2006
The CSI team is lead into the rap music world as they investigate the murders of three rival teen rappers.
21 "Rashomama" Apr 27, 2006
A wealthy defense attorney is killed at her son's wedding but Nick's car, containing all the collected evidence is stolen and the case is compromised. After discovering new evidence, the team suspects that someone from the wedding party may be responsible for the murder.
22 "Time of Your Death" May 4, 2006
A high roller who spent the night with a woman he had just met is found dead on the loading dock of the casino where he was staying. The investigation reveals that the victim won $10,000 in a pool game and was an assistant to a respected movie producer.
23 "Bang-Bang" May 11, 2006
A man accused of murdering his wife and co-workers leads the CSIs on a wild ride through a busy casino, eventually barricading himself and a hostage in a casino hotel room. The CSIs process the evidence from the crime scene to determine whether or not the man acted alone or had an accomplice. One of the CSIs eventually steps in as a hostage negotiator, putting himself in danger.
24 "Way to Go" May 18, 2006
In the season finale, the CSIs wait by the bedside of one of their own when he's shot in the line of duty. One CSI faces a hard choice by having the power of attorney over their injured friend and colleague. Meanwhile, the team also investigates the strange way of life of one man when he is found decapitated by a train.

Season Seven

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Built to Kill (Part 1)" Sep 21, 2006
The CSIs investigate first-hand the behind-the-scenes action of Cirque du Soleil in order to determine what may have contributed to the young dancer's untimely death. Meanwhile, after Catherine and Nick visit a nightclub where John Mayer is performing, Catherine finds herself in jeopardy and must act as her own CSI in order to determine who may be targeting her and her family. Also, Grissom is perplexed after receiving an uncanny miniature replica of the crime scene he is investigating.
2 "Built to Kill (Part 2)" Sep 28, 2006
Grissom is fascinated when every detail of the miniature is identical to that of the real crime scene, and he goes about trying to solve the case using the clues provided. Meanwhile, Catherine again finds herself -- and someone close to her -- in danger, and begins to suspect who may be responsible.
3 "Toe Tags" Oct 5, 2006
While Grissom leads a group of college students on a tour of CSI, the dead 'speak' while the CSIs investigate, each narrating their own case: a dead casino security guard whose luck ran out, a wife who 'fell' off a cliff while hiking with her husband, a war veteran murdered on his first day back from Iraq, and two neighbors whose encounter with a chainsaw ends badly.
4 "Fannysmackin'" Oct 12, 2006
Kevin Federline guest stars as Cole Tritt, an arrogant teenager who harasses Nick and Warrick at a crime scene. Victoria Recao ('The Insider') guest stars as a reporter. When an innocent man is brutally attacked and beaten to death by what looks like a monster in a black cape, the CSIs are called to investigate -- only to learn that a similar attack took place moments later. As the crime spree continues, the team follows the trail of evidence until Greg interrupts a beating in action and must make a difficult decision that could impact his life forever.
5 "Double-Cross" Oct 19, 2006
Grissom and his team investigate the case of a woman found dead in a parish church. Following the evidence, the team uncovers a bizarre love triangle dating all the way back to high school that could reveal who is responsible for the woman's murder.
6 "Burn Out" Nov 2, 2006
When two young boys are reported missing, a known neighborhood sex offender is the primary suspect. In an attempt to extract his confession, Grissom asks for the pedophile's help in catching the boys' abductor. However, the case turns out to be much more complicated than Grissom or the rest of the CSI team ever expected.
7 "Post-Mortem" Nov 9, 2006
When an elderly woman is murdered, the CSIs look to the neighbor and nephew as possible suspects. Mid-investigation, Grissom receives an exact miniature replica of the current crime scene, changing his thinking on the crime. Meanwhile, Greg faces an angry courtroom when he attends the hearing to ascertain his culpability in the death of the teenager he accidentally killed while defending himself against a mob.
8 "Happenstance" Nov 16, 2006
Identical twin sisters who apparently didn't know of each other's existence are murdered on the same night. One is gunned down outside of a dry cleaners and the other one is hung with a dog leash inside her home. The question facing the CSIs is whether the two crimes are connected or are coincidental. Also, Grissom is invited to take part in a seminar at Brown University, which would require him to take a sabbatical.
9 "Living Legend" Nov 23, 2006
After the mob boss's Cadillac mysteriously resurfaces in a Las Vegas lake and a photo turns up of the murder victims posing with him in the 1970s, the CSIs begin to investigate whether or not the notorious gangster, whose disappearance remains a mystery, might somehow be connected to the current killing spree in Las Vegas.
10 "Loco Motives" Dec 7, 2006
When the CSIs process clues at the poultry manufacturing plant, the evidence leads them to the home of a man who collects miniature trains and other miniature paraphernalia. Grissom and his team rush to link him to the other miniature killings, but a twist in the case could prevent them from gathering enough evidence to catch the killer.
11 "Leaving Las Vegas" Jan 4, 2007
Catherine's testimony in court is not enough to convict a killer suspected of murdering his own mother. Novak, with whom Catherine had a brief romantic encounter, is the lawyer who represents the killer and secures his freedom. As a result, Catherine and Nick leave Las Vegas in order to tie the killer to another crime and put him behind bars for good. Meanwhile, Grissom says goodbye to his colleagues and heads east for a teaching sabbatical.
12 "Sweet Jane" Jan 18, 2007
Catherine investigates the murder of a runaway teen whose naked body is found in a desert lot behind a hotel. Helping with the case is Mike Keppler, an experienced CSI from Baltimore who is the newest hire on the day shift but is filling in temporarily on the night shift since Grissom is on sabbatical. Their investigation reveals the dead girl may be the victim of a serial killer whose slayings may go back decades.
13 "Redrum" Jan 25, 2007
Catherine must deceive her teammates when she agrees to Keppler's covert and controversial plan to catch the killer of a popular politician. The leading suspect for the high-profile murder of anti-drug crusading assemblyman Danilo Zamesca is Thomas Simon, the west coast's biggest drug supplier, whose trail quickly grows cold. Catherine agrees to Keppler's unconventional method to find Simon, despite her reservations about lying to her longtime CSI teammates, who soon sense that something is awry.
14 "Meet Market" Feb 1, 2007
The charred body of an ex-con who was recently released from prison is found in a burned welding shack. The investigation reveals the victim's body was raided for bones, veins, tendons and other tissues. Across town, the bloody body of a millionaire's wife is found in her plush home. She was beaten to death with a champagne bottle. Her husband claims he found her after returning home early from a business trip.
15 "Law of Gravity" Feb 8, 2007
Grissom returns from his teaching sabbatical as Keppler tries to conceal his ties to a double murder case that he and his CSI colleagues are investigating. Keppler desperately wants to keep his dark past hidden from his new CSI colleagues. As a result, he fails to disclose that he not only knows Frank McCarty, the retired police officer who reportedly found the remains of his cop friend and a prostitute in the friend's Las Vegas hotel room, but that Frank may have had a role in the murders.
16 "Monster in the Box" Feb 15, 2007
Once he unsealed a package sent to him through the mall, Grissom is floored when he finds a miniature crime scene inside. The finding is entirely more perplexing since the successive killer accountable for earlier related miniature crimes is now deceased. Grissom plows to examine the miniature and discover the actual location, when the investigation makes clear the murder showed has yet to happen, but is probably going to happen soon.
17 "Fallen Idols" Feb 22, 2007
Grissom's quip that the young lovers may have run off to Mexico is soon quashed by the discovery of drops of blood by Ryan's vacant parking spot at the school. After finding a letterman jacket and cheerleading sweater in the field house and a pool of Ryan's blood nearby, the team tries to determine what went awry.
18 "Empty Eyes" Mar 29, 2007
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.
19 "Big Shots" Apr 5, 2007
Greg learns that the brother of the man he killed in self-defense months earlier is connected to the shooting death of a thug in a limousine.
20 "Lab Rats" Apr 12, 2007
While Grissom and the rest of the CSIs are out investigating new cases, Hodges leads Archie, Henry, Mandy and Wendy to believe that Grissom wants them to secretly band together that evening in an attempt to solve the four miniature killer cases.
21 "Ending Happy" Apr 26, 2007
In their attempt to identify the murderer of a has-been boxer who lived among a group of prostitutes who detested him, the CSIs must establish which of several life-threatening acts against him in one night actually killed him.
22 "Leapin' Lizards" May 3, 2007
The CSIs discover that several suspects in a woman's murder are members of a bizarre UFO club who believe that shape-shifting reptile-like aliens have mated with humans for centuries as a means of conquering the human race.
23 "The Good, the Bad, and the Dominatrix" May 10, 2007
Sara's uneasy about Grissom being reunited with Lady Heather during the CSI's investigation of her attempted murder by a client she refuses to name.
24 "Living Doll" May 17, 2007
The miniature killer's identity is revealed. As the CSI team tries to track down this diabolical murderer, Sara mysteriously goes missing -- and Grissom and Sara's relationship is suddenly forced out into the open.

Season Eight

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Dead Doll" Sep 27, 2007
In the conclusion to Living Doll, Sara's fate remains in question as the CSI team rushes to find out if she survived an attack by the miniature killer.
2 "A La Cart" Oct 4, 2007
The CSI team investigates two unusual cases, one involving the suspicious death of a go-cart racer who took his hobby to the highway and paid the price with his life, and a murder at a hip new restaurant where patrons dine in the dark.
3 "Go To Hell" Oct 11, 2007
The CSI team investigates the murder of an entire family, except for one daughter who supposedly is possessed by the devil. Also, intern Ronnie Lake joins Sara on the swing shift.
4 "The Case of the Cross-Dressing Carp" Oct 18, 2007
Grissom and his team discover a young man strangled to death by hanging ... whose body looks like that of a woman.
5 "The Chick Chop Flick Shop" Nov 1, 2007
Grissom and his team go behind the scenes at a horror adult film studio when one of their lead actresses is murdered on the set of her latest movies
6 "Who & What" Nov 8, 2007
In Part One of a Two-Part crossover episode to conclude on 'Without A Trace,' a kidnap victim from New York who went missing six years ago may be the same boy whose death Grissom and the CSI team are investigating in Las Vegas.
7 "Goodbye and Good Luck" Nov 15, 2007
In Jorja Fox's last episode, a suspect from Sara's past returns, causing her to question her future as a CSI
8 "You Kill Me" Nov 22, 2007
Hodges stages hypothetical murders in the lab in order to give his fellow lab techs a chance to play CSI, but unbenownst to them he has other motives behind his actions. Meanwhile, after Sara's farewell, everyone tries to comfort Grissom.
12 "Grissom's Divine Comedy" Apr 3, 2008
Grissom is called while he has walking pneumonia, in order to solve a gang case after the grand jury's witness is murdered.

Season Nine

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "For Warrick" Oct 9, 2008
The ninth season begins with the discovery of CSI Warrick Brown slumped over in his car after hearing the gunshots. The entire team grieves for their fallen friend while unknown to them the killer, the Undersheriff, investigates the murder. Sara Sidle returns when she hears the news.
2 "The Happy Place" Oct 16, 2008
A hypnotist who uses her powers of persuasion to rob banks becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation.
4 "Let It Bleed" Oct 30, 2008
A man in a police costume robs a convenience store. Catherine's daughter Lindsey sneaks into a club with a fake ID, and a woman is found dead at the club.
5 "Leave Out All The Rest" Nov 6, 2008
When the CSI team investigates a case involving the world of domination, Grissom pays a visit to Lady Heather to help find some answers.
10 "One To Go" Jan 15, 2009
The CSI team is shocked and saddened when, after working with Dr. Raymond Langston on the 'Dick & Jane' murders, Grissom announces that his time as a CSI has come to an end and offers Langston a permanent position on the CSI team.

Season Ten

# Title Airdate Rating
1 "Family Affair" Sep 24, 2009
The CSI team, with the unexpected but welcome return of Sara, comes together to investigate the death of a famous young actress killed in a dubious traffic collision
2 "Ghost Town" Oct 1, 2009
When a porn producer and drug dealer are found dead in a relatively upscale Vegas area, the CSIs focus their investigation on members of the neighborhood.
4 "Coup de Grace" Oct 15, 2009
An off-duty cop accidentally shoots another cop, but the victim's racist tendencies suggest the incident was deliberate.
5 "Bloodsport" Oct 29, 2009
After a beloved college football coach is found dead and his house drenched and spattered with his blood, the CSI team hunts for the killer who didn't find Coach Jimmy lovable at all.
6 "Death and the Maiden" Nov 5, 2009
The CSIs discover that two apparently unrelated crimes are actually parts of the same twisted revenge plot.
8 "Lover's Lanes" Nov 19, 2009
The CSIs investigate a murder at a bowling alley after a critical piece of evidence is revealed during a bowling tournament.
10 "Better Off Dead" Dec 17, 2009
The CSIs investigate the circumstances surrounding a twisted tale of attempted suicide.
12 "Long Ball" Jan 21, 2010
The CSI team delves into the world of professional golf when the body of a legendary player is discovered during a high-profile tournament.
13 "Internal Combustion" Feb 4, 2010
The case of two high school students, one dead and one missing, lead the CSIs into the underbelly of streetcar racing and a tangled web of deadly competition.
14 "Unshockable" Mar 4, 2010