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9 items from 2011


Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.12: "Wheels Up"

13 October 2011 9:33 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Women fight in a roller derby and one goes off the track and doesn't return. She's sick in the locker room and her Db is later found. Me Tom (Christian Clemenson) identifies haematoma and a rib fracture on her Db. "Significant wound means a significant hit." Horatio (David Caruso) asks for Cod which he believes to be bleeding out internally, taking 150 pounds of pressure to break a rib. Intent was present which makes her death murder. Horatio asks what sort of weapon was used and Delko (Adam Rodriguez) thinks someone would have noticed a weapon. Not really since anything can be used. Horatio: "...it's called blunt-force trauma." Well that wasn't much of a one liner. Ryan (Jonathan Togo) tells Walter (Omar Miller) he hasn't been skating since Junior High. Walter calls "Roller derby real." Walter demonstrating yet more knowledge of such pursuits, well someone has to. Ryan asks how 'bad ass' the women can be, »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.10: "Match Made in Hell"

3 October 2011 8:26 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

A man on the phone is attacked by an alligator in his pool. Horatio (David Caruso) and Ryan (Jonathan Togo) are on the scene pretty quickly. Ryan spots a blood trail and sees the alligator, which hasn't gone very far, after finding some meat used as bait. Horatio shoots the alligator dead, as is in his character, especially this season. "Horatio: "Welcome to South Florida." Natalia (Eva La Rue) believes the alligator was deliberately lured there, uh that's what the bait was for. Horatio finds someone tampered with the gate and so knew the code. Matthew, the Vic, (Patrick Heusinger) was rich and retired. The Cs and the house are processed. Delko (Adam Rodriguez) finds a torn piece of paper and Me Tom (Christian Clemenson) comments he hasn't seen anything like this and fancies himself as a bit of an alligator expert. Not to be outdone of course by Delko »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 9.08: "Happy Birthday"

22 September 2011 7:07 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Horatio (David Caruso) has flowers on the front seat of the Hummer and asks Delko (Adam Rodriguez) to cover for him, he's "out of commission. He's got to say hello to someone. He's flagged down to help a woman found by the roadside. One hour earlier. The woman is at a restaurant with her friend, Marcie (Jessica Collins) and she wants her to throw a baby shower for her. It's a nightmare for Marcie as she can't have children of her own. They were both selfish, it was all about each other. The pregnant one is carjacked and beaten. Horatio: "I want all hands on deck. They are gonna pay." Not only cos they diverted him from his alone time but lately he's in no forgiving mood. The Vic is Heather (Joanne Kelly) and Natalia (Eva Larue) calls her husband, Gary (David Conrad). Horatio says they need to find Marcie »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.23: "Time Bomb"

1 July 2011 8:56 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

20 minutes earlier: Calleigh (Emily Procter) agrees to meet Delko (Adam Rodriguez) for coffee and then follows him. See there's hardly any trust demonstrated between them. Calleigh freaks out, he's been lying to her and Delko's still working for Asa Rebecca Nevins (Christina Chang). Calleigh demands the truth. He admits he's working on the theft from the lock-up, only cos he was placed on the spot; and half a million dollars worth of heroin is missing. Delko tells Horatio (David Caruso) this is Sully's (Brad Leland) past case. Horatio suspects the bomb could have been for Delko. No one else knows what Delko was working on. Horatio: "She was our friend, let's not forget it." Horatio did have a relationship with her of sorts and as we know, anyone who has a relationship in this show has got to be killed off, or be a suspect. Delko only told Sully about it and no one else. »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.22: "Mommie Deadest"

28 June 2011 11:42 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Parent's anniversary is filmed by their son, Cody (Colin Ford) and his mother, Laura ( Fay Masterson) is angry at children breaking the lamp again. She takes the video camera to film them and is beaten and left to die. Horatio (David Caruso) posits it's safe to say it was "overkill." Me Tom (Christian Clemenson) concludes that every blow was fatal and she was swung at from all angles, demonstrating rage from the killer. Jesse (Eddie Cibrian) thinks she could have interrupted an intruder and Natalia (Eva La Rue) believes he could have killed her. Isn't that what Jesse just said. Jesse notices a void on the ground, so something was there to stop the blood spatter. Jesse notices Cody is sad, as sits drawing pictures. (Which was the clue.) He controls whatever he draws in his pictures. Horatio tells him he's a good record for catching the bad guy and »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.21: "Meltdown"

28 June 2011 11:13 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

A man buying a ring is killed when the jewellery store is raided. One of the robbers take the ring from his hand, which is unusual. They pass Horatio (David Caruso) on the bikes when he's in pursuit, but they didn't just disappear. Tread marks on the road reveal they drove into a truck. They did a u-turn and doubled back, Ryan (Jonathan Togo) suggests they rode onto something. Calleigh (Emily Procter) can't find anything wrong with the SUV. Jesse (Eddie Cibrian) says it was used to block the road and it's been stripped of the Vin number. Jesse asks if Calleigh's okay after she sees Jake (Johnny Whitworth) in the crowd. Jesse notices the Vin plate on the ground. Calleigh wasn't looking for it. No she was too busy wondering what Jake was doing there. Well he could only have been undercover, yet he appeared to be a suspect the way he vanished. »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.12: "Show Stopper"

1 April 2011 12:14 PM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

A singer bursts into flames on stage and is pronounced dead by the EMTs. Ryan (Jonathan Togo) points out their evidence is on the gurney, but her doctor, Dr Beckham (Alan Ruck) isn't interested. Ryan did however manage to snag the costume. Calleigh (Emily Procter) wonders how the world's greatest popstar could have caught fire and survived. Ryan says she didn't survive. Horatio (David Caruso) arrives. The way Horatio drove to the Cs in slow motion with the crowd outside, looked like they were all waiting to see him! Me Tom (Christian Clemenson) is in a bit of a huff since he can't get access to the Vic. Horatio telling them to get out of his way, cos he's taking charge of the situation. Me Tom doesn't see any signs of edema from the lungs so she wasn't breathing when on fire. Horatio spells it out, "She was already dead. »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.03: "Bolt Action"

2 February 2011 9:38 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Volleyball players are simultaneously electrocuted on the beach during a fundraiser and the CSIs must probe the questions of how, why and by whom? Strange how whenever someone needs help how people can only stand around and watch for ages, until someone shouts the "Call 911" for help. Jesse (Eddie Cibrian) informs Horatio (David Caruso) they can't investigate until Hazmet gives the all-clear for the bodies to be removed. They suspect bio or chemical terrorism. Horatio is right when he comments they're dealing with something more personal. Trace collection reveals some blue crystals in the sand, which Ryan (Jonathan Togo) thinks being corrosion, only there's no pipe. The crystals appear to be copper sulphate and they shouldn't be there, since Ryan tells us they're found in dyes and pigments. Thus more puzzles for the case. Dean Collins (John Terry) owns the property and his wife, Amanda (Cheryl Ladd) organizes the charity fundraiser. »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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Episode Recap: CSI: Miami - 8.02: "Hostile Takeover"

21 January 2011 10:18 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Calleigh (Emily Procter) hasn't taken a personal day to be with Delko (Adam Rodriguez) as the department lawyer doesn't want them to see each other, whilst they investigate the case from last season. Delko had to be mentioned here as he's not in this episode and was meant to leave, but stuck around. Calleigh sounds so callous when she tells Natalia (Eva Larue) that she did shoot at Delko and she's meant to have feelings for the guy. She was so non-chalant. Probably a line added in from last episode when she said, in the flashback, that she doesn't socialize with her co-workers. That line she crossed, but here makes it appear as if she doesn't mix her work and personal lives. She states, coldly, that Delko was a suspect at an active crime scene. Jesse (Eddie Cibrian) returns in the nick of time to get into the thick of it all. »

- mhasan@corp.popstar.com (Mila Hasan)

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