CSI: Miami: Season 1, Episode 24

Body Count (19 May 2003)

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Three prisoners break out of prison. One of them is a child molester, previously caught by the CSI team, who is looking for his new victim as the detectives race against time to stop him. ... See full summary »

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Three prisoners break out of prison. One of them is a child molester, previously caught by the CSI team, who is looking for his new victim as the detectives race against time to stop him. Another is out to get revenge against the people who got him convicted, one of whom is detective Calleigh Duquesne. Written by Ploy P.

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Hank Kerner: This ain't over, bitch. I'll be seeing you.
Calleigh Duquesne: Well you know what the thing is, Hank? It doesn't really matter if you do, because even if you get rid of me someone will step in my place, and if you silence me, the evidence has it's own voice and it keeps saying over and over, "you". You and your bullets. You know what, and by the way, where you're going, I think you're going to be the bitch.
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