New CSI Vegas Season 1 Spoilers For October 27, 2021 Episode 4 Revealed

New CSI Vegas Season 1 Spoilers For October 27, 2021 Episode 4 Revealed

Hey “CSI: Vegas” fans. It’s that time again. We are back in action now that episode 3 is over to give you another CSI: Vegas spoiler session. In this one, we’ll be going over what’s taking place in this next, new episode 4 of CSI: Vegas’ current, premiere season 1, which is due to arrive next Wednesday night, October 19, 2021.

Once again, we were able to gather up a couple of new, official teaser scoops for the new episode 4 from CBS’ official episode 4 press release. So, we’re going to see what those are all about right now. Let’s get into it.

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For starters, CBS’s new episode 4 press release let us know that episode 4 is officially labeled/titled, “Long Pig.” It sounds like episode 4 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled and suspenseful scenes as the CSI: Vegas crew investigates a dug up body. Internal affairs starts asking a bunch of questions about Sara and Grissom and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the dug up body situation. It turns out that the CSI: Vegas team will indeed be back to work on a new case in this episode as they will totally suit up to investigate just what in the heck went down with a dug up body that was found in the luau pit of a Hawaiian-themed hotel.

CBS’ official description for this dug up body situation reads like this, “The CSI team investigates when a body is dug up in the luau pit of a Hawaiian-themed hotel.”

The second and last spoiler scoop for this new episode 4 lets us know that Internal Affairs will arrive on the scene at some point. When they do, they’re going to be quite intense as they will demand answers about Grissom and Sara’s return to the crime lab.

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CBS’ description for this Internal Affairs situation reads like this, “Internal Affairs begins to question Grissom and Sara’s return to the crime lab.”

Episode 4 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Tripp Pickell as character (Captain Wilson), Sean James as character (Detective Will Carson), Kat Foster as character (Detective Nora Cross), Luke Tennie as character (Bryan), George Tsai as character (Officer Chung), Skarlett Redd as character (Female Friend).

Guest stars continued: Michelle Haro as character (Darya), Michael Sun Lee as character (Roy Kahale), Sale Taylor as character (Beefy Guy), Raphael Sbarge as character (Scott Jackson), Buckley Sampson as character (Lynn Jackson), Christian Vunipola as character (Kai Manu), Andy Jones as character (JJ), Kira Omans as character (Rachel), Sisa Grey as character (Cynthia Koa), Nicole Fong as character (Receptionist) and John J. Jordan as character (Uni).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 4 are: William Petersen as character (Gil Grissom), Jorja Fox as character (Sara Sidle), Paula Newsome as character (Maxine Roby), Matt Lauria as character (Joshua Folsom), Mandeep Dhillon as character (Allie Rajan) and Mel Rodriguez as character (Hugo Ramirez).

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Episode 4 was written by Safia M. Dirie, and it was directed by Nicole Rubio.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 4 of CSI: Vegas’ current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Wednesday night, October 27, 2021 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “CSI: Vegas” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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