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In a Dark, Dark House
In a Dark, Dark House
WriterTom Mularz
DirectorJeffrey Hunt
Original AirdateMay 12, 2011

In a Dark, Dark House is the season finale of season eleven of CSI:Crime Scene Investigation.


In the season finale, the CSI team investigate the death of serial killer Nate Haskell at the hands of Ray in order to determine exactly what happened that night.


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Cast Edit

Main Cast Edit

Guest Cast Edit

  • Marc Vann as Conrad Ecklie
  • Jon Wellner as Henry Andrews
  • Bill Irwin as Nate Haskell
  • Tracee Ellis Ross as Gloria Parkes
  • Larry Mitchell as Officer Mitchell
  • Jay Karnes as I.A. Detective Schultz
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Nora Parkes
  • Joseph Patrick Kelly as Officer Metcalf
  • Larry Sullivan as Officer Akers
  • Paris Tanaka as Doctor Tanaka
  • Niko Baur as 8-year-old Warner Thorpe
  • Mason Davis as 16-year-old Warner Thorpe
  • Raymond J. Barry as Arvin Thorpe


Dr. Raymond Langston: I also need a laptop.

Shopkeeper: Gates or Jobs?

Goofs Edit

  • When IA officer Schultz turns up, he mentions a previous investigation involving Warrick. The same actor appeared in both episodes, but his name in the first was 'Wagenbach'. Additionally, 'Detective Holland Wagenbach' was the name of the character this actor played in the L.A. crime series "The Shield".

Trivia Edit

  • Lauren Fishburne's final appearance as a regular cast member.

See AlsoEdit

CSI:Las Vegas Season 11
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