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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 3

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation season 3

The third season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation premiered on CBS on September 26, 2002, and ended May 15, 2003. The series stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.


Grissom begins to suffer from hearing loss ("Inside the Box"), as Catherine faces the possibility of losing her daughter ("Lady Heather's Box") during the third season of CSI. Alongside their team, including Sara Sidle, Warrick Brown, Nick Stokes, and Jim Brass, Willows and Grissom investigate the death of a poker player ("Revenge is Best Served Cold"), the evisceration of a cheerleader ("Let the Seller Beware"), a death at a little persons convention ("A Little Murder"), the overdose of a rock-star ("Abra-Cadaver"), a jewelry heist ("Fight Night"), a mob murder ("Blood Lust"), the discovery of a body covered in fire-ants ("Snuff"), and a drive-by shooting ("Random Acts of Violence"). Meanwhile, the team are faced with their own past when they testify in court ("The Accused is Entitled"), Sara struggles to cope with the psychological trauma that she is suffering from being caught up in the explosion ("Play with Fire"), and one of Doc Robbins' autopsies goes awry when the victim wakes up ("Got Murder?").



Eric Szmanda and Robert David Hall, who joined the recurring cast in season one, become main cast members this season.

Main cast

  • William Petersen as CSI Level 3 Night Shift Supervisor Gil Grissom
  • Marg Helgenberger as CSI Level 3 Assistant Night Shift Supervisor Catherine Willows
  • Gary Dourdan as CSI Level 3 Warrick Brown
  • George Eads as CSI Level 3 Nick Stokes
  • Jorja Fox as CSI Level 3 Sara Sidle
  • Eric Szmanda as DNA Technician Greg Sanders
  • Robert David Hall as Clark County Coroner's Office Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Al Robbins
  • Paul Guilfoyle as LVPD Homicide Unit Captain Jim Brass

Recurring cast

Guest cast



External links

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