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‘CSI’ says goodbye to Captain Brass; Paul Guilfoyle's last show is season finale

Paul Guilfoyle is leaving CSI
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When the “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” fans heard that Paul Guilfoyle would be leaving the show earlier in the year, everyone was wishing it was nothing more than a rumor. However the time has come and one of the original cast members of the popular show will be seen for the final time on “CSI” on Wednesday night. According to San Jose Mercury News on Wednesday, the character solves one more murder before deciding to leave the squad and put his family first.

In Las Vegas the mob scene might have gotten less obvious, but the agents investigating a present-day crime with ties to a mob heist that occurred 25 years ago get a blast to the past. Looking at all the evidence and trying to piece together what happened so many years ago, the connection seems to have a modern day link. Offering up some great views of Sin City and touching on the history of the community, the viewers once again get to see how Las Vegas had some rough characters in the past.

Meanwhile, Brass has a decision to make when his daughter attempts suicide. After being on the job for so long, the Captain needs to make a tough choice on what is more important in his life. Surprisingly, the viewers will get the chance to see how he wants to make a difference in a life very close to him.

The chance for the viewers to share one last story with Paul Guilfoyle will have everyone tuning in on Wednesday night. The talented action has been part of the show since the pilot episode and he has given everyone steady crime fighting almost every week. He definitely will be missed by the fans. Viewers will need to get a box of tissue ready when watching the season finale.

“CSI: Crime Scene investigation” airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on CBS.