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The episode is partly told in flashbacks as Nick is repeatedly called to a low-budget motel where a third murder has occurred over the course of a year, and where, unobviously, each murder impacts and ties to the next.

Episode Info

Episode number: 9x16
Airdate: Thursday March 05th, 2009

Director: Richard J. Lewis
Writer: Tom Mularz

Alternate Airdates:

UK (Channel 5) Apr 28, 2009
NL (RTL 4) Jun 08, 2009


Special Guest Stars
David BermanDavid Berman
As David Phillips
Liz VasseyLiz Vassey
As Wendy Simms
Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift
As Haley Jones

Guest Stars
Alex CarterAlex Carter
As Detective Vartann
Archie KaoArchie Kao
As Archie Johnson
Colton JamesColton James
As Zack Fenish
Fredric LehneFredric Lehne
As Frank Carrow
Geoffrey BlakeGeoffrey Blake
As Mark Jones
Jon WellnerJon Wellner
As Henry Andrews
Larry Mitchell (1)Larry Mitchell (1)
As Officer Mitchell
Lisa DarrLisa Darr
As Nicole Jones
Sheeri RappaportSheeri Rappaport
As Mandy Webster
Alessandra TorresaniAlessandra Torresani
As Bree Lindale
John DJohn D'Aquino (2)
As Gavin Fenish
Kirk BovillKirk Bovill
As Dale Durney
Michael TrevinoMichael Trevino
As Dave Henkel
Miriam DrewMiriam Drew
As Tanya Carrow
Suzanne FriedlineSuzanne Friedline
As Mrs. Leigh Lindale

Co-Guest Stars
Dave FlorekDave Florek
As Old Man
Stephen HeathStephen Heath
As Wiry Man
Main Cast
George EadsGeorge Eads
As Nick Stokes
Eric SzmandaEric Szmanda
As Gregory "Greg" Sanders
Robert David HallRobert David Hall
As Dr. Albert "Al" Robbins
Wallace LanghamWallace Langham
As David Hodges
David BermanDavid Berman
As Dr. David Phillips
Marg HelgenbergerMarg Helgenberger
As Catherine Willows
Laurence FishburneLaurence Fishburne
As Dr. Raymond Langston
Lauren Lee SmithLauren Lee Smith
As Riley Adams
Paul Guilfoyle (1)Paul Guilfoyle (1)
As Captain Jim Brass
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Taylor SwiftYou're Not Sorry (CSI Remix) 

Cultural References
The title relates to a classic Byrds #1 cover written by Pete Seeger, derived from the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible. The full title of the song is "Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Every Thing There Is a Season)", and is often just referred to by the "Turn! Turn! Turn!". It reflects on the idea that there is a larger purpose and a place for all things, even death and murder, and if we only knew the whole of it, we'd understand.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorAnthony E. Zuiker
Main Title ThemeThe Who
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