CSI is an innovative, new type of crime drama in which the characters use cutting-edge forensic tools to examine the evidence to solve the case. Rather than a 'whodunnit' cop show (investigating witnesses / suspects), CSI explores the 'howdunnit'. CSI has been the number one scripted series in the Nielsen ratings for three years running. This is the first of 3 CSI series. AKA: CSI Las Vegas
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 11 (2010-2011)
|11x01 Shock Waves |
The CSI team investigates a well-orchestrated bombing at the funeral of Officer Franklin Clark
|Sep. 23, 2010|
|11x02 Pool Shark |
The team investigates when a woman is attacked by a shark in the pool at a Las Vegas casino.
|Sep. 30, 2010|
|11x03 Blood Moon |
A vampire and werewolf convention becomes the center of a murder investigation.
|Oct. 07, 2010|
|11x04 Sqweegel |
The CSI team investigates a mad slasher who strikes without leaving a trace -- because he wears a form-fitting black latex suit that leaves not a molecule of evidence behind
|Oct. 14, 2010|
|11x05 House of Hoarders |
The CSI team investigate a murder at the home of Marta, a "level 5 hoarder" whose home is stacked high with possessions and garbage--and more than one dead body
|Oct. 21, 2010|
|11x06 Cold Blooded |
The CSI team investigate the murder of a man whose daughter was killed five years ago, and the bizarre death of a young man who appears to have been killed by a T-Rex.
|Oct. 28, 2010|
|11x07 Bump and Grind |
When shredded remains of a man are discovered, evidence leads to multiple possible suspects.
|Nov. 04, 2010|
|11x08 Fracked |
The CSI's investigate a series of deaths related to an energy company's grotesque cover-up of tainted water.
|Nov. 11, 2010|
|11x09 Wild Life |
Someone pushed PETER off a hotel balcony -- but was it STACY, JANE, or KYLE? And who murdered MR. IRWIN and his wife, MR. IRWIN? Only their pet parrot knows for sure...
|Nov. 18, 2010|
|11x10 418/427 |
The CSIs set out to track down a pedophile suspected of murdering an FBI agent's wife and kidnapping his children.
|Dec. 09, 2010|
|11x11 Man Up |
The team tries to figure out who's responsible for the death of a hooker whose "death" photo was put on the Internet - first as a joke, and then for real.
|Jan. 06, 2011|
|11x12 A Kiss Before Frying |
A body with unusual burn marks is discovered on the side of the road; Greg asks a teacher (Dita von Teese) out on a date.
|Jan. 20, 2011|
|11x13 The Two Mrs. Grissoms |
Sara clashes with her mother-in-law and a woman from Gil's past.
|Feb. 03, 2011|
|11x14 All That Cremains |
The Crime Scene crew investigates the gruesome murder of a high-powered, widowed lawyer, while Ray faces that it is time to move on from his old life.
|Feb. 10, 2011|
|11x15 Targets of Obsession |
Jason McCann contacts Nick and says that he's in imminent danger. Langston has a courtroom war of nerves against serial killer Nate Haskell. A bomb tech disarms a bomb attached to Nick's ...
|Feb. 17, 2011|
|11x16 Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead |
The team investigates two apparent corpses who aren't exactly dead at all.
|Feb. 24, 2011|
|11x17 The List |
While investigating the murder of a convicted ex-cop, the CSIs stumble upon a list in his prison cell with names of several individuals he believed might have been his wife's true ...
|Mar. 10, 2011|
|11x18 Hitting for the Cycle |
The CSIs start a frenzy of betting pools when it looks like they're about to hit The Cycle: a homicide, suicide, accidental death and natural death during one shift.
|Mar. 31, 2011|
|11x19 Unleashed |
Langston and Sara investigate the strange case of Iona, a social worker whose own psychological fetish led to her death, while Nick and Brass try to find those responsible for the chilling ...
|Apr. 07, 2011|
|11x20 Father Of The Bride |
Nick and Greg have a barn full of scattered body parts to piece together - without names or heads to identify them. Langston's old nemesis, Nate Haskell, is back in action and playing ...
|Apr. 28, 2011|
|11x21 Cello and Goodbye |
Langston becomes more determined than ever to track down Nake Haskell, the notorious "Dick & Jane" killer, after discovering that he's kidnapped his ex-wife, Gloria.
|May. 05, 2011|
|11x22 In a Dark, Dark House |
After years of pursuit and a countless number of murders, Langston comes face-to-face with serial killer Nate Haskell inside the house where his killing spree began.
|May. 12, 2011|
Season 11 Quotes
|Season 11 / Episode 19: - Unleashed|
Lady Heather: I don't know what you're fighting, Doctor, but it looks like you're about to be overrun. Nate Haskell... is an enemy. A formidable enemy, but... he's not *the* enemy is he?
Dr. Raymond Langston: [sighs] When I went for my interview at med school, the first question they ask you quite naturally is, "Why do you wanna be a doctor?". Well I can't remember the answer I prepared but I remember the one I gave; I told him, if I'm helping people... I'm not hurting them. The guy stared at me for what seemed like a lifetime, then he burst out laughing. So I started laughing. And within a half an hour I'd secured myself place in medical school.
Lady Heather: You had answered truthfully.
Dr. Raymond Langston: There's violence in me. In my blood, sometimes I can taste it.
Lady Heather: But as long as you keep a lid on it...
Dr. Raymond Langston: - DNA is not destiny, that's what I've always told myself.
Lady Heather: I can't answer your question.
Dr. Raymond Langston: I didn't ask you a question.
Lady Heather: Sure you did. Why else did you come here? Tell me that story? Doctor you want legitimacy. You want to know that it's OK to lose the muzzle for a while. I can say this. The good Dr Langston isn't going to catch Nate Haskell.
Dr. Raymond Langston: If I give in to my nature... I won't catch him. I will kill him.
Lady Heather: Yes you will.
Dr. Raymond Langston: What becomes of me then?
|Season 11 / Episode 19: - Unleashed|
Dr. Tyrell Neth: The idea of animal transformation - therianthropy - is as ancient as mankind itself. In native cultures, young males gain an animal spirit at puberty. Often the initiate must kill his spirit animal, consume it as a right of passage.
Dr. Raymond Langston: Yes I'm familiar with the concept but umm... my understanding of therianthropy is that it's fleeting, it's meant to be symbolic. In many cultures, the notion of retaining the shape of the beast is seen as nothing less than a curse.
Sara Sidle: Cat got your tongue? Maybe you could loosen it enough to tell us about Iona Vail.
Season 11 Trivia
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