Modern Day Sherlock

Grissom and Team Look for a 'Killer'

February 02, 2006

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Posted by Shane Saunders 12: 34 P.M.
Tonight's CSI episode brings unusual format: the killer's point of view.
"Killer",  has been described as the following:
In a CSI first, a crime will be shown from the killer's perspective. 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.
"Killer" was directed by CSI veteran Ken Fink, with a teleplay from Naren Shankar and Dustin Lee Abraham. The story for the episode came from Erik Saltzgaber -- a newcomer for the CSI franchise.
As usual, Louise Lombard, Archie Kao, Wallace Langham, David Berman, Gerald McCullouch, Larry Mitchell and Paula Francis continue their recurring roles. For a full list of guest stars, please read the full press release over at The Futon Critic.

Grissom and Sara search for a killer.