When she appeared on The Early Show Monday, wasn't quite sure how much she could reveal about the storylines in the final four episodes of the season of "."
But she revealed more than enough to whet the appetites of the show's fans.
Procter, who portrays ballistics expert Calleigh Duquesne, told co-anchor Julie Chen, "We are going to find out who the mole is. Two people are going to die. And I think we're going to be on our way out of the country all in the next four episodes."
She added that Horatio Caine, played by David Caruso, is going to get married.
Throughout this season, there's been a mole within the "CSI" unit who's been leaking information to the district attorney and the media.
As for the two characters who die, Procter admitted, "I hope it's not me. Because I — I don't know what I'll do next year."
She added that viewers will get all the answers by season's end. There will be no cliffhangers until September.
When Chen pressed for more, Procter wondered, "Am I allowed to tell you? Do you know if I am or not?"
"I don't know if you're allowed," Chen responded.
"Should I ask for backup?" Procter said. "Oh, no, I'm not," she added. "I'm getting the big head shake (form off-camera). I'm getting the big, 'No!' "
"I think the hook is slowly coming to grab you by the neck and to take you off on that," Chen joked.
Procter, who just wrapped up a week of shooting on location in Miami Beach, as opposed to a sound stage in Hollywood, conceded, "It's terribly distracting. I mean, half the time, we're standing by the water and I'm just like, 'Oh, god. Oh, it seems like I should be there!'
Monday night's episode deals with someone supposedly killed by a shark, and involves Procter's character closely examining supposed body parts of the victim.
"I have to say, to be honest, that actually grossed me out. Because I was standing there, and I think you've heard me say before that we make a lot of the body parts out of food, and I was like — usually (over her four seasons in the role), it smells good.
"They make skin out of wonton paper and they make blood out of chocolate.
"And I was standing over the leg, and I just thought, 'Oh, God, this just so doesn't smell good to me at all.' And finally (I asked) what it's made out of, (and I was told), ham. I just thought, 'Oh, God. If you like ham, you would have loved it. I don't really love ham."