The Miniature Killer is back and her fate depends on Grissom who is called to testify, all new in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'.
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" brings back the miniature killer to the screen in an episode called "Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda". One of the most notorious killers who produces the biggest mystery for the CSI team, Natalie Davis aka The Miniature Killer is being decided on her fate when Grissom is called to testify at the competency hearing of her.
Also, the murder of a mother and her young child appears to be connected to a suspect in a CSI investigation from over a decade ago. The murdered woman was once married to a man who went for a killing spree. "The West Wing" Joshua Malina guest stars in the November 20 episode.
On other news, it has been announced through a press release that Laurence Fishburne will enter the show as well-known criminal pathologist Dr. Raymond Langston in the December 11 episode which is called "19 Down". In the episode, the team will discover a link between a new murder and the infamous "Dick and Jane Killer". Fishburne is added to the cast in preparation of short-handedness the quarter will experience when William Petersen who plays Gil Grissom quits the show the end of this year.