CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
The Miami CSIs are introduced in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Cross-Jurisdictions (2002).
Mentioned in Live with Regis and Kelly
A character mentions "CSI: Perfection", referring to CSI: Miami.
Rory alludes to the show, talking about David Caruso inspecting their hotel beds for hair.
Kenny mentions the show during the Brass Balls game
David Caruso mentioned in reference to CSI
Barbra Jean makes a reference to CSI: Miami and David Caruso.
Roy tells Siegfried, "You have busted me again 'CSI: Miami'"
While watching Blue Murder, Carl says crimes are never solved in an hour by a detective who looks like a runway model, prompting Deb to say "that's why there's no CSI: Pittsburgh."
correct response in "TV D.O.A." category
title mentioned in passing
Horatio Caine of the Miami CSI team accompanies Mac to New York to continue the pursuit of a serial killer. The search begins on CSI: Miami: Felony Flight (2005).
Homer does a report on it
Seen on TV schedule board.
Mentioned by acting student.
a mentioned jazz musician shares the name
Matt and Danny discuss show in a conversation about Standards and Practices.
Victor played a dead baby on the show
Kimball wears a tanktop with the show written on it
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned in a TV ad
Charlie wants to watch some recorded episodes of CSI: Miami with Marcy in bed.
Open reference by Van In in the end of the episode
Shown on TV at beginning of episode
TV show called 'P.I.G.: Miami' mentioned
Lindsay mentions the Miami crime lab
Dean's "Dave Caruso" comment regarding the bloody fingerprints on the body.
Max says it would not be CSI Miami here while concluding some links to free Sam in Indonesia.
Included in an $8,000 question
John McCain mentions it in the opening sequence.
House says "Did you deduce that by taking off your sunglasses to the strings of a Who song?" This is a reference to a common plot device seen on 'CSI: Miami' in which the character Horatio Caine deduces something about a crime and removes or puts on his sunglasses as the main title theme "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who begins.
Included in a $1,000 question
Castle references Horatio Caine in passing
The show was mentioned.
Fake segment depicted
Jay asks the audience whether they're glad they taped "CSI" tonight so they could watch his show
The coroner (Kurt Fuller) imitates David Caruso's "CSI: Miami" character.
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Who"
Included in a $10,000 question
The episode also closely references CSI: Miami, with Joe imitating Horatio Caine's infamous one-liners.
Mentioned by Kirstie.
Mentioned by celebrity question presenter Emily Procter
mentioned by Donna
Mentioned by Emily Procter as she presents a question
Craigs mimics taking off sunglasses like Horatio Crane from "CSI: Miami" after refering to "those CSIs".
Included in a $7,500 question
Subject of a $10,000 question presented by Emily Procter
mentioned in dialogue
Elaine jokingly calls Teri "Mrs. David Caruso" - presumably refering to his role as Lieutenant Caine in "CSI: Miami".
mentioned in dialogue
Doug mentions this show when he tells Claire he watches a lot of TV.
A criminal asks Harun who they are and Harun says "CSI: Miami".
comment about David Caruso taking off his sunglasses
While two people take off their sunglasses at the same time, The Who's "We don't get fooled again" shortly gets played. Refering to Horatio Cane's infamous "taking off sunglasses"-scenes
Leonard and Howard discuss the CSI series of shows.
Melanie does David Caruso impressions and the show title is mentioned
Foley tells Jane he's not David Caruso, from CSI: Miami.
Muammar Gaddafi (Fred Armisen) imitates Horatio Caine on Weekend Update.
"...or the average episode of CSI: Miami."
Stars in TV show
The detective imitates Horatio Caine and says that he watches "CSI: Miami."
a woman says she has a crush on Adam Rodriguez from the show
Mentioned by Iliza.
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Elka, as Victoria, mentions CSI: Miami to Dr. Minton
Theme music plays when the Critic and Sci-Fi Guy play on the video phone.
Don Keefer mention this show
Jay talks about show would be with different stars.
Holli (to Miss Jacobs): "What are you, CSI fucking Miami?"
"Turkey Crime Scene Investigation: Miami"
Mentioned in dialogue
Trout tells Lassiter to "Stand down, Caruso."
Sheriff Troy: "This isn't 'CSI: Miami'."
Mentioned in dialogue
Critic says a one-liner and puts on shades, followed by theme intro.
Maddie calls Arlo "CSI Miami".
Title appears on-screen when Eva is shown
mentioned by Oleg
clip of the intro plays
Clips shown in a split-screen when a segment on Who Are You mentions that songs by The Who were used as themes for all three CSI franchises.
intro clip is shown
Intro for show used in review.
Still of Muammar Gadaffi inserted into scene of hanged victim
When Fisher makes a fake card, he is getting shown doing this in the school lab in a style the CSIs from CSI: Miami do stuff in their lab.
Show-within-a-show "Stiffs," complete with a theme song by The Who.
Segment "RSI: Rhyme Scene Investigation". Orange-haired sunglass-wearing detective and blonde detective spoofing Horatio and Calleigh.
Ted imitates David Caruso's character while investigating what happened in his apartment.
Sarah stars in "Crime Scene"; Billy Baldwin parodies David Caruso
"C.F.I.: Miami" and its other spin-offs are talked about.
The animal control guy named Darren makes a joke a la 'David Caruso' style
Jay and civilians act out a parody of the show
Finding Mary McGuffin - While searching through the Charitable Charities stores, Phineas and Ferb use detective personas that parody Starsky and Hutch, Miami Vice, and CSI: Miami.
Sam and Dean act similar to Horatio Caine, who uses puns while removing and wearing his sunglasses
Sam makes a wisecrack, while putting his sunglasses on, on two different occasions while impersonating a crime scene investigator, the obvious target of spoof being Horatio from CSI: MIami.
Sam poses as a Miami Police criminalist and does two sunglasses-and-pithy-comment moves like Horatio in CSI:Miami.
When Lukas Maler takes off his sunglasses the first time, another set of sunglasses is beneath them, he takes them off too, and the one beneath them. He also takes off his sunglasses in a fashion like Horatio Crane throughout the entire movie.
Spoofed in the CBS crime drama ad
Spoofed during the CSI: Colossus segment, with sunglasses and series theme song
Fake commercial for 'CSI: Provo' featuring Donny Osmond removing sunglasses
Gru mimics Horatio Caine by putting on and off his sunglasses while delivering a oneliner
Parodied with Blacktop and Gumshoe