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The Return of Lady Heather in This Week's Episode

February 08, 2006

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Posted by Shane Saunders at 11:55 P.M.
Tomorrow's CSI episode brings back the return of a CSI favorite character as well as a twisted plotline.
"Pirates of the Third Reich" which airs tomorrow, brings back the character Lady Heather played by The O.C. star Melinda Clarke. Clarke appeared on CSI twice before in season two's "Slaves of Las Vegas" and the 90-minute season three episode "Lady Heather's Box." "Pirates of the Third Reich" has been described as the following:

When the body of a young woman is found half-buried in the desert outside of Vegas, Grissom teams up with Lady Heather (Clarke) 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.

The episode was written by Jerry Stahl, who created the Lady Heather character back in "Slaves of Las Vegas." Richard J. Lewis directed the episode.

Besides Melinda Clarke returning, David Berman, Louise Lombard, Wallace Langham, Liz Vassey and Joseph Patrick Kelly also return to portray their roles. For the full guest-cast list, head on over to  The Futon Critic.

Don't forget to watch "Pirates of the Third Reich" airing tomorrow night on CBS.