CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 10 Episode 22

Doctor Who (1)

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM May 13, 2010 on CBS
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Ray is accused by a former colleague of being part of the Dr. Jekyll serial murders the CSIs have been investigating for months. Meanwhile, infamous "Dick and Jane" killer Nate Haskell says he has vital information on the case.

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  • Te first of a two part finale in the hunt for Dr Jekyll.

    10
    The whole season has been building up to these two episodes and the first one didn't disappoint and was perfect to start the second part At the beginning we see how much the Dr Jekyll case has changed Langston because we see he is working too much and is working overtime by asking witnesses at places Jekyll might have gone to When a dead woman who is a reporter is found with photos of all Dr Jekyll's victims we assume she was killed by Dr Jekyll because she was getting close to the truth. Langston starts to get annoyed when he is accused of helping Dr Jekyll because he has been working all season to catch him and he has watched him escalate from working on people who have died of natural causes to killing him himself We later find out from camera footage that she was following Langston because she thought he was involved and we also find Dr Jekyll with his back to the cameras following Langston and he seems to be planning something When the CSI's find that Dr Jekyll didn't kill the reporter they hit a dead end with Dr Jekyll until Langston gets a strange phone call from infamous serial killer Nate Haskell telling him he knows who Dr Jekyll is I thought it was the perfect way to start the two part finale and hopefully the second part will also be perfect.moreless
  • It's the beginning of the end with part one of a two part season finale. As the search for the Jekyll & Hyde killer continues, Dr. Ray Langston is suspected of being part of a serial killing spree. Later, Ray hears from an "old friend."moreless

    7.5
    "Doctor Who" is a strong first part of the season finale. I did not care for the storyline where Ray was suspected of being an accomplise in the "Angel of Death" murders. It could not have been more obvious that he was innocent. The same could be said for the murder of the reporter. What makes this episode work is the Jekyll & Hyde investigation. That part of the episode is well written and acted. The final scene of this episode does a great job in setting up part two. I can hardly wait. Still the best crime drama. Period.moreless
  • The build up to the finale episode.....

    9.0
    In this episode of CSI, the following happens. When a woman named Heidi is found murdered, we learn that Ray knows her. Soon he becomes a suspect in the case, after they find CCTV footage of the two of them together. Although it turns out that Heidi had been following Ray and also has been investigation the Jekyll killer. We learn that the Jekyll killer has been following Ray. As the episode ends, Ray gets a phone call from Nate, infamous "Dick and Jane" killer who says he knows who Dr. Jekyll is. Overall quite an interesting episode. Considering that the next episode is the finale, I just hope that it's better than the one from last season.moreless
Jeff Perry

Jeff Perry

Vince Grady

Guest Star

David Boswell

David Boswell

Lou Brennan

Guest Star

Monet Mazur

Monet Mazur

Heidi Custer

Guest Star

Jorja Fox

Jorja Fox

Sara Sidle

Recurring Role

Marc Vann

Marc Vann

Conrad Ecklie

Recurring Role

Archie Kao

Archie Kao

Archie Johnson

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Catherine: You're not going to your scene anymore. You're going home.
      Ray: You're suspending me?
      Catherine: No, I'm diagnosing you. You got the whatever virus. Take a sick day.

    • Sara: I understand not wanting to share the details of your personal life with your coworkers. But when you don't share the fruits of your investigative work...
      Catherine: No, he will from now on. He wasn't purposely shutting us out.
      Greg: Look, I really like Ray. I think he's a great CSI. But if he doesn't trust us, how can we have his back?
      Sara: And how can he have ours?

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Doktor Kdo (Doctor Who)

    • Jeff Perry appeared on the episode, Last Laugh as a different character.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Canada: May 13, 2010 on CTV
      United Kingdom: June 8, 2010 on Five
      Norway: June 29, 2010 on TVNorge
      Sweden: October 25, 2010 on Kanal 5
      Finland: January 5, 2011 on MTV3
      Spain: February 15, 2011 on AXN
      Germany: April 28, 2011 on RTL
      Slovakia: May 26, 2011 on JOJ
      Czech Republic: June 9, 2011 on TV Nova

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title: Doctor Who

      The title of this episode could be a reference to the popular BBC tv series by the same name. Although it more likely is a play on "Dr. Ray", "Dr. Jeckyll", and the creation of suspense as to who's who, thus giving us "Dr. Who?" If it were an allusion to the original Dr. Who, we'd see "junk" science being proved true to save the day, for example, or other relatively outlandish "science" feats. Those WERE the hallmarks of the original British Dr. Who show, after all.

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