CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Season 10 Episode 23

Meat Jekyll (2)

2
Aired Sunday 10:00 PM May 20, 2010 on CBS
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While the team tries to close in on the I.D. of "Dr. Jekyll," more than one member of the CSI team may join his long list of victims in the second-part of the season finale

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  • Charlie Di Masa.

    9.5
    In the first full season without Grissom the season has really been impressive and the CSI's finally stop Dr Jekyll after trying to catch him all season but it took Nate Haskell to help them because they was that stuck in the Dr Jekyll case Nate Haskell as we have previously seen is insane and he is always taunting the police on guard throughout the episode and isn't always giving Langston the best information but if it wasn't for him they wouldn't have found Jekyll When Nick and Langston find Dr Jekyll who turns out to be Charlie Di Masa he doesn't go down quietly when he pulls out his shotgun and shoots Nick and Langston manages to talk him into showing himself so Nick who was injured but still was able to shoot him The question is how long would Dr Jekyll have carried on killing if it wasn't for Nate Haskell knowing who he is While Dr Jekyll was shooting the restaurant up Nate Haskell had been shocked by the police officer and you see him pick the glasses up and then you knew that Nate was planning something When Langston thinks he has escaped from Dr Jekyll there is still Nate who stabs Langston when he was walking away after talking to him using part of his glasses but Langston should have realized he wasn't wearing them I think this has been a season to remember and now there is a cliffhanger for the next season.moreless
  • The writers make Langston an idiot.

    5.0
    What kind of idiot turns his back on a serial killer while within arm's length, even when the killer is behind bars? Even if he had not made the shank, Haskell could have choked Langston and done serious damage.



    They use multiple motorcycle policemen to escort the transport vehicle carrying Haskell to the CSI site, yet once he's there, they only have a single cop watching him? And when Langston is with him, there are no cops even around? At the very least, they should have used paint or tape to mark a safe distance to stand away from Haskell's enclosure.



    Langston is a doctor, has been a professor, and now is a CSI. He's supposed to be a really smart guy. I hate it when writers write a supposedly intelligent character to be stupid, simply to make their job of coming up with a climax easier.moreless
  • Good season finale

    10
    *spoilers ahead* I thought this was a wonderful episode to end the season. The last episode and this one all came together and I was really proud of the writers and actors for doing a fantastic job on the whole season, and especially this one. There was a lot of thrill in the two episodes and pretty much I didn't know what was going to happen, so that's good. I don't really like to watch shows that are predictable. But this show is amazing. And I love it so much.



    There was a lot of things I liked of these episodes. I don't think there was anything I didn't like. I liked that Langston was getting caught up in this investigation. How people thought he was involved and how he refused to give them a DNA test. I thought the second episode to this " Meat Jerkyll" was very intense. Like seeing Nick get shot and after the commercial it saw him lying down with blood around him. But he was playing dead for Dr. Jerkyll and then he shot him, but I'm glad Nick isn't dead, I really like his character. I cant imagine CSI going on without him. I also thought this was all to the episode. It was very good... But then it showed Langston getting stabbed like I don't know... Like 10 times!!!! That was VERY shocking and I want to know in the next season if he's going to survive or not. Many people are saying that Langston is going to be dead and then Grisson is coming back. I don't know. We have to wait and see.



    I love CSI! I just love after a decade it's still thrilling! I can't wait for it to come back again!moreless
  • Quite good finale.........

    9.0
    In this episode of CSI, the following happens. When compared to last season's finale this was excellent. But when compared to the finale's we had when Grissom was in the show (which was also when the show was excellent), this was good. We finally track down Jekyll and when we learn who he is I was slightly let down. After all that build up, it's just deflated at the last huddle. Although it is nice now that, that storyline has been finished, but it wasn't as exciting as say the Miniature doll killer. Although it was nice to see Nick saving the day, by kill Jekyll. As the episode ends we see Ray with the Dick and Jane killer. When they are alone, even though he is behind bars, the killer still manages to attack Ray and we end with Ray lying in a pool of blood. Am I the only one hoping that he will die and that Grissom will come back??moreless
  • In the Grissom days this wouldn't be such a great episode...but on a post-Grissom scale, this was a solid enough finale.

    8.5
    I probably should have given this a lower score...but I'm still loyal to this show for some reason, even though it often feels like a has-been. It still has that spark sometimes. And Langston got stabbed. What better final scene could I ask for?



    The opening scene was neat, how Catherine went over Brass' head...I feel like they could have had a more intense argument though. It was good to see Sarah, she'd better be in the finale! It did seem like the Jekyll case moved forward a bit too quickly, but the stuff they discovered was interesting enough. Oh and I loved the reference to Catherine's stripper days. Hah.



    What was kinda disappointing was that Jekyll ended up seeming like...well, kind of a loser. Definitely not as cool as the miniature killer. And when he shot Nick, Langston didn't seem to care -- plus, did Langston even have a gun? Eh, that whole scene could have been more intense.



    What was intense though was the end. Langston got what we knew was coming...Brass was so right that it was a bad idea to bring in Haskell. Overall, a good finale versus recent episodes and much better than last season's finale...but nowhere near the quality of the Grissom days. The team will never be the same I guess. Greg will continue to be under-used, while Sarah is one-dimensional since her return, and Langston (who isn't even first or second in-charge) hogs all the glory.moreless
Lex Medlin

Lex Medlin

Sgt. Barclay

Guest Star

Robert Amico

Robert Amico

Joseph Bigelow

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Alan Blumenfeld

Alan Blumenfeld

Bernard Higgins

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Jorja Fox

Jorja Fox

Sara Sidle

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Bill Irwin

Bill Irwin

Nate Haskell

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Alex Carter

Alex Carter

Det. Vartann

Recurring Role

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