Pool Shark

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Pool Shark
Pool Shark
WriterDustin Lee Abraham
DirectorMichael Nankin
Original AirdateSeptember 30, 2010

Pool Shark is the second episode of the eleventh season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.


The CSI team investigates a shark attack in a casino hotel's pool. The case brings Catherine back to memories of her father, after the attack in pool, due to the casino owner being an old friend of Catherine's father. When the CSI team delves deeper, this attack may actually be a case of casino rivalry.


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Cast Edit

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Guest Cast Edit

Music Edit

  • Some Chords by Deadmau5
  • Forget You by Cee Lo Green


  • This is sort of a goof, one must not bang ones hands on a side of fish tank as the sound has no way to dissipate and the sound bounces around causing problems with the fish and sea-life in most cases, a bad headache, but I have heard that fishes have died because of people banging on the sides of tanks.


  • Ray changes the side to which he has his cane.
  • During the close-up of Dr. Holloway's dead body floating in the aquarium, the fingers of his left hand move about in a manner that shows they are made of rubber or other soft material with no 'bones' inside and there is a slight mold crease visible on the inside of his right hand/wrist in the lower left hand corner of the screen.

See AlsoEdit

CSI:Las Vegas Season 11
Shock WavesPool SharkBlood MoonSqweegelHouse of HoardersCold BloodedBump and GrindFrackedWild Life418/427Man UpA Kiss Before FryingThe Two Mrs. GrissomsAll That CremainsTargets of ObsessionTurn On, Tune In, Drop DeadThe ListHitting for the CycleUnleashedFather of the BrideCello and GoodbyeIn a Dark, Dark House

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