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An unexplained illness that is affecting random citizens of Las Vegas baffles the CSIs, on CSI : CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, April 30 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source Here

Preview of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' 9.20: A Space Oddity

" CSI : Crime Scene Investigation" will have a sort-of-crossover episode with " Battlestar Galactica " next Thursday, April 16. Called "A Space Oddity", the episode sees Hodges and Wendy running into each other at a science fiction convention for one of their favorite classic television shows. They end up investigating the murder of one of their beloved actors. Speaking more about the episode was executive producer Naren Shankar who said "It's about a murder at a science fiction convention. Hodges (Wallace Langham) and Wendy (Liz Vassey) re-enacting scenes from a campy - and entirely fictional - 1960's era sci-fi TV show." BSG star Kate Vernon will play Dr. Penelope Russell along with the show's creator Ronald D. Moore who plays himself. The episode is written by David Weddle and Bradley Thompson, who previously wrote an episode for BSG. Occasional BSG director Michael Nanking will sit in as the helmer. Weddle previously mentioned that there would be "other surprise cameos for sci-fi fans." To See The Preview Click here . Source Here

CSI Season 9 Episode 18, "Mascara"

Langston is shocked when his former student is found murdered and becomes the focus of a CSI investigation into the world of Mexican wrestling, on CSI : CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, April 2 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winner William Friedkin (" The Exorcist ") directs this 200th episode of the series. To Watch The Sneak Preview Click Here . Source here

Watch a sneak peek of Season 9 Episode 17, ''No Way Out''

Langston and Riley are taken hostage during the aftermath of a shootout in an usually calm Las Vegas community, on CSI : CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, March 12 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Denzel Whitaker ( The Great Debaters ) guest stars as Frankie Kirkland. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source here

Watch a sneak peek of Turn, Turn, Turn Season 9 Episode 16 (Taylor Swift Guest Stars)

When the CSI s are called to a murder scene at a familiar motel, Nick is thrown for a loop as he pieces together three separate murder investigations that all took place at the same establishment over the course of a year, on CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, March 5 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Taylor Swift guest stars as Haley Jones, a teenaged girl whose family runs the seedy Vegas motel. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source here

Preview of 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' 9.16: Turn Turn Turn

The long wait is shortened, Taylor Swift's episode in " CSI : Crime Scene Investigation" is coming next week. On March 5, the country singer will portray a girl named Haley Jones who had formed a rather close bond with Nick while she was still alive. The preview of the episode is using Swift's song "You're Not Sorry" which is found in her second studio album "Fearless". Presented in flashbacks, the episode follows the happenings of a seedy motel's inhabitants over the course of a year. The CSIs are called to a few too many cases to be coincidence and one CSI in particular finds himself becoming emotionally involved. Nick, according to a spoiler from EW's Michael Ausiello, will find out about her death on his birthday. Nick "breaks down at the end, thinking he could have prevented her death if only he had tried harder on those other cases." Taylor Swift had declared previously to CBS' Katie Couric that enrolling in the show is a dream comes true. She even gets a compliment from Greg depicter Eric Szmanda who told E!, "She did a great job! She kind of transformed herself; she's not giving people Taylor Swift; she's giving them the character. I think this will be the first of many roles for her." For The Preview Click Here . Source Here

Previewing Episode 9.15 "Kill Me If You Can"

Now this is what I call a pretty slow burn. Last week's episode of CSI was the fourth episode with Laurence Fishburne solo, and we're settling in to a new order of sorts. Then again, I sometimes have to remind myself: Raymond Langston is CSI Level 1, and Catherine Willow (Marg Helgenberger) is the new leader of sorts. Just happens that Langston knows something that the rest doesn't, and we're still in the process of digging up his background and why he does things the way he does them. Of course, four episodes aren't enough. For me, though, it's pretty interesting seeing Langston come into his own, being an authority of sorts without actually upsetting anything. Last week his actions proved crucial in uncovering the truth about who killed Edward Griffin's mistress, although he admitted he had a lot of help in doing so. Well, he obviously didn't do it by himself, but I'm expecting that the time will come when he settles into his position and shines on his own. Or something like that. I must be blabbering after all that boric acid. Tomorrow night's episode of CSI might be an opportunity for Langston to do that - and for everybody else to get going and so on . The team gets sent to three different cases, all in one night - by now we know it's all in a day's, or night's, work. Totally different cases, or so it seems - the catch is, they'll find out that there's a connection between the three. Forensic evidence said so. Oh, the so-called CSI effect - isn't that what happened last week? The way they found out who actually killed that Amber girl? How they pieced the puzzle together? John Schneider and Michael Weston - you probably remember him as that private investigation in House - are guest stars in tomorrow night's CSI, from 10pm on CBS. And, if you haven't seen them yet, you can check out the sneak peek slideshow - with actual photos. Well, that was a contrived joke, but photos can be evidence after all, and - oh, never mind. Source Here

Watch a sneak peek of CSI Season 9 Episode 15, ''Kill Me If You Can''

The CSIs are called to three different crime scenes in one night that are seemingly unrelated, but each case's forensic evidence reveals a common link, on CSI : CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, Feb. 26 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. For The Sneak Peek Click Here . Source here