A senior woman is found dead in her own blood-splattered apartment in a retirement community. Another case involves a body found inside an abandoned house used for cooking up recreational drugs.

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Detective Adell Sevilla (as Wanda De Jesús)
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Dr. James Welmont
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Laura (as Salli Richardson Whitfield)
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Gregory Kimble
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Danetta Harris
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State's Attorney Dante
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Keith Sewell
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Detective Gil Carrillo
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Adele Alonzo (as Claire Malis Callaway)
Aaron Seville ...
Rudy Caldwell
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Horatio mobilizes top-priority after an explosive drug-lab releases killer fumes in one of the houses rented from Dr. James Welmont's dermatologists' consortium. The 'cook' messed up designing a new, hence technically under Florida law legal designer drug. The case also rekindles the tragic death of Horatio's cop brother. Eric investigates the murder of popular rest home-octogenarian Betty Rosen, whose skull was smashed. Written by KGF Vissers

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27 January 2003 (USA)  »

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It is revealed that Horatio Caine's younger brother, Raymond C. Caine, was killed in 1993 at age 24. According to his tombstone he was born in October 1968 and died in March 1993. See more »

Goofs

In the direct sunlight and heat of South Florida, shooting a FLIR on the dark upholstery of a car would be useless to determine if or when a person sat in a particular car seat before leaving, as the sunlight would quickly heat up the inside of a car well above any residual heat a person would leave. See more »

Quotes

Lieutenant Horatio Caine: MDP2P.
Tim Speedle: Methylenedioxyphenyl-2-propanone. It's not really a recreational drug. It's not really anything
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Maybe that means he didn't mean to make it. Go with me here for a second, Speed. Now, if you sub in formic acid for nitric acid, you get Ecstasy, don't you?
Tim Speedle: The cook screwed up.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Right. But because the pills were white, he figured he could still sell them as X.
Tim Speedle: So he replaces one ingredient along the chemical pathway to try and make something legal.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Yes, he did, and ended up making a chemical ...
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