|Writer||Ann Donahue |
Anthony E. Zuiker
|Original Airdate||January 17, 2002|
Identity Crisis is the thirteenth episode of season two of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Paul Millander returns, leaving another staged suicide. Upon finding a clue that connects all the victims, Grissom and Catherine end up in a court room, where the judge bears an uncanny resemblance to Millander. Further investigation reveals a startling secret about Millander's past.
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- William Petersen as Gil Grissom
- Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
- Gary Dourdan as Warrick Brown
- George Eads as Nick Stokes
- Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
- Paul Guilfoyle as Jim Brass
- Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders
- Robert David Hall as Dr. Al Robbins
- Matt O'Toole as Paul Millander / Judge Douglas Mason.
- Archie Kao as Archie Johnson
- Micole Mercurio as Isabelle Millander
- Neil Flynn as Officer Yarnell
- Cheryl White as Mrs. Mason
- Steve Witting as Peter Walker
- Rob Roy Fitzgerald as Detective Champlain
- Jason Ross-Azikiwe as Court Police Officer (credited as Jason Azikiwe)
- Devon Alan as Craig Mason
- Steven M. Gagnon as Bailiff
- Ryan James as Young Paul
- Frank Novak as Clark County Judge
- This is the third and final appearance of Matt O'Toole as Paul Millander. He previously appeared in Pilot and Anonymous, from season one.
- Gil Grissom's share the same birthday with Paul Millander as they were born in August 17, 1956.
- Paul Millander was born as Pauline Millander, but had a sex change.
- Craig Mason is portrayed in this episode by Devon Alan, later, in season tenth, is played by a different actor with the same first name: Devon (Devon Graye).
- In Paul Millander's suicide note at the end of the episode, he states that he is 46 years old. The show also mentions in previous episodes that Millander was 10 when he saw his father killed on August 17, 1959. This would mean that this episode takes place in the mid 1990s. But since the show is set around the same date that it airs, this is wrong.