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William Petersen is planning a 'CSI' return to coincide with one very big exit.

According to TV Guide Magazine, Petersen will return to help longtime 'CSI' star, sterne Marg Helgenberger exit the series.

"[Petersen] told me he's going to come back this season to help us with Marg's exit," series star, sterne George Eads said.

Helgenberger is set to exit the series in January.

The last time Petersen made an appearance on 'CSI' was in surprise cameo in the Feb. 2011 episode 'The Two Mrs. Grissoms.'
[Holly Gribbs is performing her first autopsy]
Gil Grissom: Du gotta breathe through your ears, Gribbs.

Gil Grissom: I need Du to roll up your sleeve and give me a pint of your blood?
Holly Gribbs: What for?
Gil Grissom: It's customary for all new hires.
Holly Gribbs: Why?
Gil Grissom: So many reasons...

Warrick Brown: Where'd Du get the blood?
Gil Grissom: The new girl. Want to donate?
Warrick Brown: Hell, no.

[to a room full of dead corpses, after stechpalme, holly Gribbs was frightened into hysterics]
Gil Grissom: Du assholes!

Gil Grissom: Forget about your promotion Warrick, forget about making...
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When did I become a William Petersen fan?

Sometime in 2008 when for some odd reason Bones just didn't appeal to me anymore, so whilst I was laying on my front getting a back rub as I'd strained my back muscles at work (before Du thought anything else rude!) I flicked over channels (I could see my TV from where I was laying)and I watched the last couple of Minuten of CSI: New York, ummmmm I thought I like this program.

When it finished the advert for the Weiter program came on and I saw a quick clip of a man with a beard and blue eyes, the program came on eventually and I saw the other members...
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In his first screen role since departing “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” William Petersen has joined the cast of Tony Kaye’s indie drama “Detachment.”

“Mad Men’s” Christina Hendricks and Lucy Liu also have come aboard.

Kaye, the hard-edged director who made “American History X,” has assembled an ensemble cast for his high school-set drama that includes Adrien Brody, Bryan Cranston, James Caan and Marcia Gay Harden.

Carl Lund’s script centers on a normally detached substitute teacher (Brody) who becomes invested in the students and teachers at the troubled school where he...
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