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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 8 (2007-2008)

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Series 8 begins where Series 7's cliffhanger ended, with Sara (Jorja Fox) pinned underneath a car in the desert and left to die after being abducted by Miniature Killer Natalie Davis (Jessica Collins). While Sara escapes and is rescued, the horrific ordeal proves too much for her and she contemplates leaving CSI. Details about her intimate relationship with Grissom (William Petersen) begin to emerge, which makes her decision all the more difficult. Gil's attention is temporarily redirected when he joins forces with the FBI's Jack Malone (Anthony LaPaglia in a crossover episode with "Without a Trace") to track a serial killer responsible for the kidnapping of a boy six years ago in New York who matches the profile of a murder victim in Las Vegas. Another CSI facing difficult times is Warrick Brown (Gary Dourdan). When a murder is connected to a nightclub with mob ties, Warrick is convinced that the club owner is responsible and sets out to prove it by any means necessary. Unfortunately, Warrick's addiction to pills and his increasingly reckless lifestyle lead to tragedy and his alleged involvement in two additional murders. Other intriguing stories include: A horror-film icon is found with an ax in her back on the set of her latest picture; three murders occur during an annual bull-riding rodeo; a jailed convict (Method Man) is freed to help investigate homicides in apartments he rents; a series of murder victims are discovered to all have green blood; and an acid-tongued actress (Katey Sagal) is murdered while filming her sitcom in Vegas (the episode was written by "Two and a Half Men" scribes Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn). In addition, Series 8 comes to a shocking conclusion as one CSI team member becomes a killer's target.

Cast

Marg Helgenberger
as Catherine Willows
Gary Dourdan
as Warrick Brown
George Eads
as Nick Stokes
Paul Guilfoyle (II)
as Capt. Jim Brass
Eric Szmanda
as Greg Sanders
Robert David Hall
as Dr. Albert Robbins
David Berman
as David Phillips
Archie Kao
as Archie Johnson
Jorja Fox
as Sara Sidle
Jewel
as Herself
Liz Vassey
as Wendy Simms
Jon Wellner
as Henry Andrews
Sheeri Rappaport
as Mandy Webster
Larry Mitchell
as Officer Mitchell
Jessica Lucas
as Ronnie Lake
Colin Kim
as Officer Choi
Rebecca Budig
as Joanna `Candy' Krumsky
Anthony LaPaglia
as Jack Malone
Louise Lombard
as Sofia Curtis
Dennis Christopher
as Homeless Guy
Jessica Collins
as Natalie Davis
Bonnie Bedelia
as Madelline Klein
Gail O'Grady
as Lynn Towne
Harold Perrineau
as Rev. Rhodes
Brendan Wayne
as Dustin Lightfoot
Ty Murray
as Himself
Katey Sagal
as Annabelle Bundt/Natasha Steele
Marc Vann
as Conrad Ecklie
Gerald McCullouch
as Bobby Dawson
Rhys Coiro
as John Gersten
Zach Grenier
as Dr. Kachler
Conor O'Farrell
as Undersheriff McKeen
Geoffrey Rivas
as Det. Sam Vega
Jewel
as Herself
Sam Witwer
as Officer Casella
Darris Love
as Det. Ezekiel Holstein
Jack McGee
as Richard O'Malley
Anya Monzikova
as Jessica Jaynes
Larry Hankin
as Zapata Childs
Jamie Luner
as Elizabeth Rodriguez
Heidi Lynne Herschbach
as April Kissimee
John Asher
as Zack Putrid
Kim Beuche
as Carmen Davis
Jesse Borrego
as Felix Rodriguez
Nicole Sullivan
as Nancy Twicker
Patrick Renna
as Security Guard
Grant Sullivan
as Walter Jaynes
Anita Gillette
as Lily Flynn
Nikki DiSanto
as Valinda Carlisle
Danneel Ackles
as Shasta McCloud
John Ventimiglia
as Stanley Vespucci
Brett Coker
as Evan Michaels
Redman
as Jamal Watkins
Juliette Goglia
as Hannah West
Mark L. Young
as Tommy Halpert
Ben Skorstad
as Chopper Pilot
Denis O'Hare
as Tom Michaels
Douglas Smith
as Marlon West
Martin Klebba
as Dickie Jones
Albert Pugliese
as Benny Manduccit
Britt Robertson
as Amy Macalino
Cassius Willis
as Craig Jay
John Capodice
as Lou Gedda
Dave Shalansky
as Tim O'Shea
Dig Wayne
as Paul Fournier
Rick Hoffman
as Michael Raykirk
Daniel Louis Rivas
as Raphael Gomez
Al Shearer
as Dale D
Michael Olifiers
as Frankie Manducci
James Bowers
as Brian Towne
Riley Smith
as Jordan Rockwell
Eric Pierpoint
as Cash Dooley
Michael Raynor
as Alvin Macalino
John Hawkes
as Terry Wicker
Jason Lopez
as Jason Crewes
Melanie Paxson
as Nanci Katz
Holland Roden
as Kira Dellinger
Zack Ward
as Steve Card
Matt Gerald
as Vincent Lafoon
Cara Santana
as Dana Espinoza
Patrick McGaw
as Cody Latshaw
John Ross Bowie
as Peter Ellis
Philip Newby
as Night Manager
John Billingsley
as Paul Cyden
Larry Sullivan
as Officer Akers
Erik Jensen
as Jeffrey Sinclair
Robert LaSardo
as Emilio Alvarado
Ludo Vika
as Maria Espinoza
A.J. Noel
as Soccer Player
Will Sasso
as Mason Lafoon
Irwin Keyes
as Russ Beauxdreaux
Rene L. Moreno
as Adam Jiminez
Ken Lerner
as Jerry Nivens
Jennifer Hall
as Nora O'Toole
Bix Barnaba
as Eddie Kaye
Lucas Babin
as Larry Ludwig
Anthony Ruivivar
as Det. Reuben Bejarano
Shane Conrad
as J.J. Milton
Terra Jole
as Mini-Britney
David Burke
as Don Cook
Rachael Harris
as Megan Kupowski
Diedrich Bader
as Bud Parker
William Russ
as Jonah Quinn
Omi Vaidya
as College Student
Mary Gordon Murray
as Mona Nivens
Onahoua Rodriguez
as Kim Jiminez
Jay Paulson
as Leo Finley/Dean James
Neil Jackson
as Michael Bowie
Rob Mars
as Officer Caster
Charles Shen
as Lee Humbolt
Sarah Danielle Madison
as Gina Farentino
Constance Marie
as Det. Carolina Flores
Cassandra Jean
as Pola Chesterwood
Julie Brown
as Connie Dellaquilla
Raymond Cruz
as Donald Balboa
Shannon McKain
as Backseat Passenger
Nathan Frizzell
as Front Seat Passenger
Karina Lombard
as Pippa Sanchez
Frank Messina
as Benny Dunbar
David Meunier
as Boyd Waldrip
Buddy Sosthand
as Officer noyes
Carla Orlandi
as Weatherly Adams
Tom Katsis
as Bloody Man
Victoria Prescott
as Judy Tremont
Terry Bozeman
as Brad Lewis
Chuck Hittinger
as Troy Birkhart
DeLon Howell
as Officer
Joseph Campanella
as Grissley Geezer
Donnamarie Recco
as Grace Waldrip
Chloe Webb
as Evelyn Polychronopolous
Jake McLaughlin
as Matt Bartley
Maria Russell
as Deena Aquino
Vincent Laresca
as Gino Aquino
Rachael Cyna Smith
as Buckle Bunny #1
Dariush Kashani
as Amir Sayeed
William Wellman Jr.
as Hampton Huxley
Muse Watson
as Station Yard Controller
Karl Makinen
as Kyle Planck
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Spencer Freiberg
Ted Michaels
as SFX Guy
Rima Laham
as Maajida Sayeed
Libby Mintz
as Buckle Bunny #2
Tyler Kain
as Christin Gillis
Benjamin King
as Stewart Lytle
Jose Pablo Cantillo
as Officer Galvez
Brando Eaton
as Rodney Banks
Ryan Simpkins
as Faith Waldrip
Nathan Halliday
as Vincent Bartley
Ty Simpkins
as Tyler Waldrip
Christine Lakin
as Margo Delphi
Joe Howard
as Logan Martin
Suzanne Rico
as Field Reporter
Don Swayze
as Dave Bohr
Brian Letscher
as Richard Langford
Vincent Duvall
as Jack Parker
Jeremy Cohenour
as Cell Phone Guy
Bobby Hosea
as Neogiator
Nathan Baesel
as Offended Man
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Critic Reviews for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 8

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

People love the show because of its voyeuristic appeal.

April 9, 2008 | Full Review…

There was a real sense of urgency which was felt through the screen.

September 26, 2007 | Rating: 7.5/10 | Full Review…

For a series that's the most underrated top-rated show on network TV, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation sure is one odd duck, and I mean that as a compliment.

November 30, 2007 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

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