CSI: Miami: Season 4, Episode 7

Felony Flight (7 Nov. 2005)

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Henry Darius, a man who killed several women in New York, claims that he also killed a woman in Miami and offers to show them where he buried her. The plane transporting him suddenly has to... See full summary »


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James Johnson
Joann Nivens
Brian Miller
Vince Rossetti
Ken Hastings


Henry Darius, a man who killed several women in New York, claims that he also killed a woman in Miami and offers to show them where he buried her. The plane transporting him suddenly has to make an emergency landing and Dairus escapes. He kills some people to get their car. Horatio learns that the plane was sabotaged and he thinks Darius had a hand in it. Horatio sends for New York Detective Mac Taylor who was the one who caught Darius. Horatio decides to look at the woman's disappearance again and discovers that the husband didn't tell him some things that could have helped him find his wife. Darius continues to go on a killing spree and Horatio learns that Darius is not the killer, so he has to find out how Darius knew about the woman. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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This is part 1 of the CSI:Miami / CSI:NY crossover. Part 2 is: CSI: NY: Manhattan Manhunt (2005) See more »


The registration number of the crashed plane is N017766, which can be clearly seen painted on its side. All US registered aircraft are assigned numbers beginning with the letter N. However, by FAA rule, there can be a maximum of five numbers and/or letters following the N. And a zero is never the first character following the N. The zero in this case cannot be a misreading of the letter O, because the letters O and I are never used in N-numbers. See more »


References CSI: NY (2004) See more »


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Excellent First-Part 'Crossover' CSI
22 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Note: This is the first of a two-part crossover story, the second on CSI-New York (ep. Manhattan Manhunt 2-7).

An excellent, intense story of a serial killer being transported back from New York to Miami to help identify where he buried a girl, and the adventures that happen afterward.

Henry Darius (james Badge Dale) is the killer, a very smart psychopath who first sabotages the plane, escapes and winds up killing some co-eds in Miami. Meanwhile, Horatio and the team try to make the case against Darius (who apparently wasn't tried yet or convicted of the first Miami murder) and then to re- catch him.

Darius winds up taking a hostage back to New York and the story is picked up from there on CSI: New York.

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