the twenty deaths we guessed for him, but it sure looked crazy.) Technically, Bieber was the episode’s “villain,” but if you think about it, his character was just a free spirit, a kid trying to be a kid, a rebel without a cause. Too bad crusty old grown-ups like Nick Stokes couldn’t just leave him be. Hey, Bieber’s just trying to have a good time here, Nick! Why did you have to destroy him? Don’t commit your hate crimes here. HATE CRIMES! Watch the final shootout after the jump…Justin Bieber returned to CSI last night as vengeful teenager Jason McCann and went out in a blaze of glory, by which I mean bullets blazed through him gloriously. (It wasn’t one of
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