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CSI EPISODE
Snuff
Snuff
Season3
Number8
WriterBob Harris,
Ann Donahue
DirectorKenneth Fink
Original AirdateNovember 21, 2002

Snuff is the eighth episode of season three of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

SynopsisEdit

Catherine, Warrick and Sara are left without a body or crime scene when a snuff film shows the real murder of a young woman. Meanwhile, Grissom and Nick are trying to find the identity and killer of a body found in a tool chest, covered with fire ants.

PlotEdit

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Main CastEdit

(Credit order)

Recurring RoleEdit

Guest StarsEdit

  • Tyler Christopher as Billy Rattison
  • Sam Hennings as Pete Banson
  • Niecy Nash as Snuff Film Processor
  • Sal Lopez as Enrique Vasquez
  • Stephen Spacek as Johnny Vane, Security Guard
  • William Mapother as Douglas Sampson
  • Larry Clarke as Detective Dale Sulik
  • Meredith Giangrande as Susan Hodap
  • Blair Williamson as Randy Traschel

Major EventEdit

  • This episode marks the final appearance of Teri Miller. She's got married to a teacher since her brief fling with Grissom, removing any possibility of a romance between them.

TriviaEdit

  • Grisson tells Billy Rattison "By the way, the definition of the word "retard" is "to hinder" or "to hold someone back."" which is one of its definition.

See AlsoEdit


CSI:Las Vegas Season 3
Revenge is Best Served ColdThe Accused is EntitledLet the Seller BewareA Little MurderAbra-CadaverThe Execution of Catherine WillowsFight NightSnuffBlood LustHigh and LowRecipe for MurderGot Murder?Random Acts of ViolenceOne Hit WonderLady Heather's BoxLucky StrikeCrash & BurnPrecious MetalA Night at the MoviesLast LaughForeverPlay with FireInside the Box
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