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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (season 7)

"Meet Market" redirects here. For the 2008 film, see Meet Market (film).
"Monster in the Box" redirects here. It is not to be confused with the monologue Monster in a Box.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season 7
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 21, 2006 (2006-09-21) – May 17, 2007 (2007-05-17)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 November 20, 2007 [1]
Season chronology
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List of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episodes

The seventh season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 21, 2006 and ended May 17, 2007.

Notable cast members

Actor Character Main cast Recurring cast
William Petersen Gil Grissom 22 episodes N/A
Marg Helgenberger Catherine Willows entire season N/A
Gary Dourdan Warrick Brown 23 episodes N/A
George Eads Nick Stokes 23 episodes N/A
Jorja Fox Sara Sidle 23 episodes N/A
Eric Szmanda Greg Sanders 22 episodes N/A
Robert David Hall Al Robbins 23 episodes N/A
Louise Lombard Sofia Curtis 21 episodes N/A
Paul Guilfoyle Jim Brass 23 episodes N/A
Liev Schreiber Mike Keppler N/A 4 episodes
Archie Kao Archie Johnson N/A 9 episodes
David Berman David Phillips N/A 17 episodes
Wallace Langham David Hodges N/A 22 episodes
Liz Vassey Wendy Simms N/A 9 episodes
Conor O'Farrell Jeffrey McKeen N/A 2 episodes
Sean Bridgers Art Schuster N/A 1 episode

Episodes

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
1421 "Built to Kill (Part 1)" Kenneth FinkStory: Sarah Goldfinger
Teleplay: David Rambo & Naren Shankar
September 21, 2006 (2006-09-21)22.57[1]

When an unidentified woman is found dead on the set of the famous show by Cirque Du Soleil, the CSI must study the inner workings of the show to find out what happened. The team also investigates what seems to be a suicide at a party held by Sam Braun. After the cases are solved and closed, Catherine and Nick go out for a dance, but Catherine ends up in a serious situation. Grissom and Sara then begin to investigate a murder where a detailed miniature model of the crime scene is found near the body.

Note: Louise Lombard (Sofia Curtis) is added to the main cast and, as such, appears in the opening sequence. 
1432 "Built to Kill (Part 2)" Kenneth FinkStory: David Rambo
Teleplay: Sarah Goldfinger & Naren Shankar
September 28, 2006 (2006-09-28)23.77[2]

Grissom and the team investigate the mysterious death of an aging rockstar. Catherine, at first trying to hide the fact that she might have been raped, realizes that someone is targeting her and her family when her daughter gets kidnapped.

Final appearance of: Sam Braun. 
1443 "Toe Tags" Jeffrey HuntStory: Allen MacDonald & Carol Mendelsohn
Teleplay: Richard Catalani & Douglas Petrie
October 5, 2006 (2006-10-05)21.51[3]
The deceased victims in the CSI coroner's office give voice to their own murder investigations for the first time: a drowning victim found in an elevator investigated by Catherine, a woman who fell off a cliff investigated by Warrick, Sophia and Greg, a soldier stabbed just after returning from Iraq investigated by Nick, and two victims of a chainsaw massacre investigated by Grissom and Sara. 
1454 "Fannysmackin'" Richard J. LewisDustin Lee AbrahamOctober 12, 2006 (2006-10-12)21.85[4]
The team investigates a series of brutal tourist beatings that take place within the span of a few hours throughout the city, all done by a bizarre group of hooded people with strange physical features. The case gets personal for the CSI when one of their own is badly beaten trying to save one of the victims during an assault. 
1465 "Double-Cross" Michael SlovisMarlene MeyerOctober 19, 2006 (2006-10-19)20.49[5]
Grissom and his team investigate the case of a woman found dead in a church. They soon discover evidence of a love triangle dating all the way back to the victim's high school years that could reveal who is responsible for her death. 
1476 "Burn Out" Alec SmightJacqueline HoytNovember 2, 2006 (2006-11-02)20.77[6]
When two young boys are reported missing, a known neighborhood sex offender, played by Alan Tudyk, is the primary suspect. In an attempt to extract his confession, Grissom asks for the pedophile's help in catching the boys' abductor. However, the case turns out to be much more complicated than Grissom or the rest of the CSI team ever expected. 
1487 "Post Mortem" Richard J. LewisStory: Naren Shanker
Teleplay: Dustin Lee Abraham & David Rambo
November 9, 2006 (2006-11-09)20.83[7]
When an elderly woman is murdered, the CSIs look to the neighbor and nephew as possible suspects. Mid-investigation, Grissom receives an exact miniature replica of the current crime scene, changing his thinking on the crime. Meanwhile, Greg faces an angry courtroom when he attends a hearing to ascertain his culpability in the death of a teenager he accidentally killed while defending himself against a mob. 
1498 "Happenstance" Jean de SegonzacSarah GoldfingerNovember 16, 2006 (2006-11-16)24.11[8]
The CSIs investigate the death of two identical twins within a two hour time frame, on opposite sides of town. When the team discovers that the twins knew nothing of each other, they begin to wonder if the two cases are connected, or just a very bizarre coincidence. 
1509 "Living Legend" Martha CoolidgeStory: Carol Mendelsohn & Douglas Petrie
Teleplay: Douglas Petrie
November 23, 2006 (2006-11-23)17.17[9]
The Cadillac of an infamous 1970's mob boss, Mickey Dunn, is found in a lake after he disappeared years ago. Shortly afterwards, a string of murders occur in which the killers almost eagerly leave evidence of their appearance for witnesses and the CSIs. Furthermore, an old picture of the victims standing next to Dunn outside the Desert Inn casino is planted on their bodies. The team must then find out what the connection is between the murders,Dunn and a missing policeman. Guest stars Roger Daltrey from The Who
15110 "Loco Motives" Kenneth FinkEvan Dunsky & Anthony E. ZuikerDecember 7, 2006 (2006-12-07)23.25[10]
Catherine and Brass find a man trapped in cement near a murder victim at a construction site. However, after being rescued and ruled a suspect, the man refuses to reveal his identity. Meanwhile, Nick, Warrick and Sofia investigate the death of an old woman found in her apartment with her head in an oven, but discover that she didn't die from inhaling gas. Grissom, Sara and Greg investigate a murder at a chicken processing plant which, after another miniature model of the crime scene in discovered, aids them in solving the previously unsolved murders. 
15211 "Leaving Las Vegas" Richard J. LewisStory: Allen MacDonald & Carol Mendelsohn
Teleplay: Allen MacDonald
January 4, 2007 (2007-01-04)26.12[11]
Catherine testifies in a murder trial in which a man is accused of murdering his own mother three years ago, but the suspect is found not guilty. Catherine, however, believes he did commit the crime and that he may also have killed two other people, so she sets out to find the other victims. Catherine's probe leads to a small Nevada town where an elderly woman and her daughter were fatally stabbed and shot three years earlier. Back at the lab, Grissom prepares to leave on a four-week sabbatical. 
15312 "Sweet Jane" Kenneth FinkKenneth Fink & Naren ShankarJanuary 18, 2007 (2007-01-18)21.41[12]
Catherine investigates the murder of a runaway teen whose naked body is found in a desert lot behind a hotel. Helping with the case is Mike Keppler (played by Liev Schreiber), an experienced CSI from Baltimore who is the newest hire on the day shift but is filling in temporarily on the night shift since Grissom is on sabbatical. Their investigation reveals the dead girl may be the victim of a serial killer whose slayings may go back decades. 
15413 "Redrum" Martha CoolidgeStory: Richard Catalani & David Rambo
Teleplay: Jacqueline Hoyt & Carol Mendelsohn
January 25, 2007 (2007-01-25)21.17[13]
Keppler persuades Catherine to help him fake a crime scene and deceive their colleagues in a controversial plan to catch the west coast's biggest illegal drug supplier, who is the leading suspect in the murder of an anti-drug assemblyman who was gunned down in the desert. Keppler concocts the plan when the suspect disappears and his trail grows cold after several weeks. 
15514 "Meet Market" Paris BarclayDustin Lee AbrahamFebruary 1, 2007 (2007-02-01)21.49[14]
Nick and Keppler investigate the possible selling of body parts on the Black Market after they find a charred body of an ex-con in a welding shack with several body parts removed. The rest of the team investigates the death of a millionaire's wife, beaten to death with a champagne bottle in her home. Suspicion falls on the husband, who claims he found her after returning home early from a business trip. 
15615 "Law of Gravity" Richard J. LewisStory: Richard Catalani
Teleplay: Richard Catalani & Carol Mendelsohn
February 8, 2007 (2007-02-08)22.52[15]
Keppler finds himself having recurring nightmares about an incident many years ago in New Jersey, which get worse when a friend of his, a retired cop from Trenton and the father of his late girlfriend comes into town to visit. Soon, the bodies of a New Jersey police officer and a hooker are found shot to death in a hotel room, the left hand of the dead woman cut off. To Keppler's dismay, the one who found the bodies is none other than his friend. Back at the lab, Grissom returns from his sabbatical and learns about the friction caused by Keppler while he was away. 
15716 "Monster in the Box" Jeffrey HuntNaren Shankar & Douglas PetrieFebruary 15, 2007 (2007-02-15)22.71[16]
Grissom is shocked when he opens a package sent to him while he was on sabbatical and finds a miniature crime scene inside, especially as the case of the previous miniatures was supposed to have been closed. Investigation reveals the murder depicted has not yet taken place but is likely to occur soon, so Grissom and the team work to analyze the miniature and find the real location before a tragedy can occur. 
15817 "Fallen Idols" Christopher LeitchMarlene MeyerFebruary 22, 2007 (2007-02-22)21.78[17]
Grissom and his team are discouraged when they find a pool of blood as they begin investigating the disappearance of a high school basketball star named Ryan and his cheerleader girlfriend. Grissom's quip that the young lovers may have run off to Mexico is soon quashed by the discovery of drops of blood by Ryan's vacant parking spot at the school. After finding a letterman jacket and cheerleading sweater in the field house and a pool of Ryan's blood nearby, the team tries to determine what went awry. 
15918 "Empty Eyes" Michael SlovisAllen MacDonaldMarch 29, 2007 (2007-03-29)22.71[18]
Six showgirls are murdered in their rented house and Sara is haunted by the dying words of the last victim, as she dies in Sara's arms. The investigation reveals the women's necks were slashed with a knife and that Warrick believes he knows one of the victims. Also, Greg gets some disturbing information from Grissom about the civil suit filed against him. 
16019 "Big Shots" Jeff WoolnoughDustin Lee AbrahamApril 5, 2007 (2007-04-05)21.69[19]
While investigating the murder of a thug gunned down in a limo, the CSI team discovers that the case has ties to the brother of the man Greg killed in self-defense. 
16120 "Lab Rats" Brad TenanbaumStory: Sarah Goldfinger & Naren Shanker
Teleplay: Sarah Goldfinger
April 12, 2007 (2007-04-12)22.18[20]
Grissom sends the team out with new cases and goes to spend the evening in autopsy. While he's gone, Hodges takes over his office and assembles a team leading them to believe that Grissom wants them to work on the miniature killer case. Hodges makes a connection that helps Grissom; all the cases involved bleach. 
16221 "Ending Happy" Kenneth FinkEvan DunskyApril 26, 2007 (2007-04-26)20.20[21]
In their attempt to identify the murderer of a has-been boxer who lived among a group of prostitutes who detested him, the team must establish which one of several life-threatening acts enacted against him that night actually killed him. 
16322 "Leapin' Lizards" Richard J. LewisStory: Carol Mendelsohn & David Rambo
Teleplay: David Rambo
May 3, 2007 (2007-05-03)19.02[22]
During a shootout with the police, a suspect in the kidnapping and possible murder of a blackjack dealer and her husband takes his own life. Searching his ranch, the CSIs find the kidnapping victim's head mounted onto a plaque, but no sign of her husband. As the investigation continues, it is revealed that the dead suspect and several others connected to him belonged to a strange cult in which it is believed that certain people are secretly intelligent reptilian creatures set on conquering mankind. 
16423 "The Good, the Bad, and the Dominatrix" Alec SmightJacqueline HoytMay 10, 2007 (2007-05-10)18.75[23]
Lady Heather returns when she is found injured after a meeting with a client. She was assaulted, but she didn't react in self defense. When Brass and Catherine come back to the crime scene, they find one of the security guards dead. Meanwhile, Nick and Warrick investigate when the body of a woman is found on a street; further investigation reveals that she was hit in the head by a car. 
16524 "Living Doll" (Part 1) Kenneth FinkSarah Goldfinger & Naren ShankarMay 17, 2007 (2007-05-17)20.45[24]
The CSI team learns that the miniature killer is a female and they manage to figure out who she is and interview her father. Before they can locate her, Sara disappears and Grissom finds a miniature of her death. Grissom tells the team about his relationship with Sara and they catch the killer, but she won't give up the location of Sara. 

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