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Jay Lee says Chris still feels guilty but closing the case is a ‘huge sigh of relief’

Jay Lee says Chris still feels guilty but closing the case is a ‘huge sigh of relief’

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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for CSI: Vegas Season 2 Episode 10 “Eyeballs.”]

Chris (Jay Lee) is uniquely qualified when it comes to the latest CSI: Vegas investigation, but when he learns an earlier assumption was wrong.

In Eyeballs, Chris’ role as a social media influencer comes into play when another is murdered – and the killer wrote his name, @ChrisSolves, on the victim’s eyelid. As it turns out, years ago Chris revealed via social media why the victim (and his friend) couldn’t have killed a neighbor; The two men were found not guilty. But as it turned out, Chris was wrong and the friend was guilty; the CSI, then in the Academy, had only been able to deviate from the facts as it knew them. And today’s killer is another social media influencer who blames Chris for losing followers and for landing his dream job.

Lee shares how the case affected Chris.

Chris got the satisfying take down with the help of science in this episode. How much did he need that after everything that came out about Anna’s motive?

Jay Lee: I think how it all turned out is still quite complicated because of the blame for leaving Warren Bart [Zach Tinker] Leaving still weighs heavily on him in the end. What Vincent [Connor Price] says to him at the end: “You helped a murderer to go away. I just punished one.” I think there’s a lot of truth to what he’s saying. And I think that’s still there, it’s still on his shoulders in the end even though he’s caught the ultimate culprit. So it’s satisfying, and I think more than anything, it’s a huge sigh of relief that we see from him at the end.

Paula Newsome and Jay Lee in CSI: Vegas

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Especially since he’d been so sure of himself years ago and Greg Sanders (original CSI star Eric Szmanda, who reprises his role later this season) gave him a DM, so it felt like he was on the right track …

Yes I think so. And I think that’s also the slippery slope of engaging in social media, that sometimes we feel like we’re on the right side of things, but we’re just seeing the surface of a case or a specific problem that we might have be involved. This is a very concrete and serious consequence of having been involved.

Chris posted this last video before deleting his account at the end of this episode. How does he feel about it? In a way, he loses a part of himself.

Yes and I think that’s the journey and growth for Chris in the episode that he identifies so strongly with his social media presence and not only does he experience the detrimental consequences of being a CSI, who is also active on social media, but also that his presence on social media does not have to be part of his identity. And that’s something I identify with, I think, that our online personalities are just an avatar floating around in the ether, that we are the choices we make in everyday life, face to face.

So is he really done with the post?

Yes he is. He’s done, done, done, done. But he still carries the knowledge about what is on the Internet with him from case to case.

Will he then find a new way to channel a little bit of that side of himself?

Maybe write a diary. [Laughs]

Chris almost got in hot water with the LVPD with his account, and we see Max (Paula Newsome) lecture him that he’s in danger when they leave the office. First of all, I liked the interactions between Max and Chris on this one.

Yes thank you. It is a real pleasure when I can work with Paula. I think season one we also had a – oh yeah, Chris seems to be in hot water a lot with the CSIs, but there was one episode in season one where he found himself in the hot seat back then. And then I had a few funny scenes with Max. It’s always a pleasure when I get to work with Paula like that.

Is Chris now aware of that risk to a level he wasn’t before? In this episode he received death threats…

Yes absolutely. I think Chris considers himself a good CSI which leaves him prone to some blind spots. Social media was probably his biggest blind spot and where he was least aware of the consequences of his actions. And so I think this is a case that has his head turned yet again to make sure he ticks all his boxes, crosses the Ts and dots the 1.

Does he seriously consider being armed when he’s off?

I think after the case is closed the threat is less immediate as they actually found the culprit. So I think that was probably some kind of episode specific situation.

What’s next for Chris?

He has some fun discoveries he’s making in the AV lab. Even though he’s not on his phone screen, I think you’ll still see him in front of some other screens.

CSI: Vegas, Thursdays, 10/9c, CBS

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