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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Season 13HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Season 13 of the groundbreaking drama begins exactly where season 12 left off as Russell's granddaughter Kaitlyn has been kidnapped by someone working for incarcerated Jeffrey McKeen. Morgan's father has been shot and Finlay is being tailed by a dirty detective. Russell is torn between confronting McKeen in prison and working the crime scene where Kaitlyn was taken, but he ultimately decides it will be more useful to let the evidence lead him to her. Following the trauma, Finlay encourages Russell to mend fences with his wife, but it turns out his wife is unhappy in Las Vegas and has gone to Seattle to spend time with her family. Other cases tackled by the CSIs in the thirteenth season include a massacre at a local diner that leaves but one survivor, the death of a fourteen year old girl killed at a large desert rave, and the murder of a famed music historian whose body was stuffed into a piano left in the middle of the desert.

Customer Reviews

Really Amazing Show!!!!

I have been a fan of this show ever since I saw my first episode of it. Ever since Grissom had left, there had been a void where he was, but with Russel and his new side kick Finlay, they both fill the roles of Grissom and Catherine perfectly. This show had hit its low point, but it's finally getting back up there to the top again.

Still as Good as It Started

I feel this show has remained consistently great throughout the years. I didn't really care for Fishburne, but the show was still good. Ted Danson is amazing in everything that he does. The moment I heard he was coming to this show I immediately rewatched his work on Damages (A.K.A. the best show on Earth). Looking forward to an excellent new season coming off an amazing cliff-hanger.


Still love the show, but I don't care for the new woman on the sow. She is too smug, too know it all, and seems to think she is the answer to the show's success. Don't like her !