CSI: Miami: Season 2, Episode 9

Bait (24 Nov. 2003)

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In the marina, a shark fatally bites Cindy Castiano, attracted by a bleeding earlier shot wound. She worked for P.I. Bruno Gomez to entrap wealthy men. So the suspects include victimized ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Gomez
Leslie Warner
Matthew Warner
Carl Purdue
Melissa Lawner ...
Cindy Castiano


In the marina, a shark fatally bites Cindy Castiano, attracted by a bleeding earlier shot wound. She worked for P.I. Bruno Gomez to entrap wealthy men. So the suspects include victimized adulterers Carl Purdue, who as ruined and threatened her life, and Matthew Warner, who believes she loved him. Eric tries to pussyfoot after finding MPD detective Frank Tripp's fingerprints and his name on a client list. Written by KGF Vissers

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The stock footage of the bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) in season two episode "Bait" was in fact a great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), probably the most recognizable shark in the world and very distinct from bull sharks. See more »


Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Eric, what's going on with Frank?
Eric Delko: Frank, uh... Frank's name was at the top of that client list, H. But, uh, I didn't want to say anything until DNA cleared him.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Is he in the clear?
Eric Delko: Yeah. He had a credible explanation. Everything checked out.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: All right. In future, if you're going to watch somebody's back, let me know about it, so I can watch yours. All right?
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Written by Kidneythieves
Performed by Free Dominguez / Kidneythieves
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Horatio Intro Line
17 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

"Alex, this is a different kind of shark, a human one." Yeahaaaaaaaaa...

This has got to be one of the best lines delivered by Horation, but you don't find it in the YT highlight videos. I give it a clear 10 stars for being my number one.

Obviously this show is garbage if you're expecting a serious police drama. It's more like Police Academy which is a classic! Who would have thought that Horatio would recover from leaving NYPD Blue? I even spotted him in Rambo (First Blood 1982) playing a sensitive policeman, I fell of my couch laughing too hard. Good for him, a lot of people actually liked Jade(1995).

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