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CSI/A Bullet Runs Through It (2)

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A Bullet Runs Through It (2)
Season 6, Episode 8
Airdate November 17, 2005
Production Number 608
Writer(s) Carol Mendelsohn,
Richard Catalani
Director(s) Kenneth Fink
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A Bullet Runs Through It (2) is the eighth episode of the sixth season of CSI, and the one hundred twenty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Gerald McCullouch (Bobby Dawson), Liz Vassey (Wendy Simms), Alex Carter (Detective Vartann), Wallace Langham (David Hodges), Marc Vann (Conrad Ecklie), Louise Lombard (Sofia Curtis), Edwin Villa (Jose "Lucky" Fausto), Marco Morales (Salvador "Stuckey" Romero), Scott DeFoe (SWAT Commander), Seth Michaels (Stuckey's Brother), Daniel Arrias (Leandro "Leggy" Chavez), Daniel Bess (Officer Bell), Jose Zuniga (Detective Cavaliere), Colby French (Officer Davis), Steve Ryan (Sergeant Adams), Sophia Santi (Stuckey's Mother), A Martinez (Danilo), Bre Blair (Tracy), Marco Rodriguez (Carlos' Lawyer), Conor O'Farrell (Undersheriff McKeen), Nestor Serrano (Detective Ortega), Greg Anthony (Ricardo "Roofie" Estevez), Jose Pillado (Carlos), Charley Rossman (Officer Beltran), Brennan Elliott (Sergeant Carroll), Bill Jacobson (Uniform), Yeniffer Behrens (Bianca Guerro)


Plot Overview


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The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

  • Sofia still believes that she killed Officer Bell. But the evidence points out that it was Jim Brass who accidently shot Bell. Strangely, Brass wasn't arrested. At the funeral, Brass apologized to Officer Bell's wife. But she comforted him and explained to him that it wasn't his fault.



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