CSI: Miami: Season 2, Episode 6

Hurricane Anthony (3 Nov. 2003)

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Three murder cases are investigated after Hurricane Anthony hit Miami.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jed Gold
Susanna Medesto
Heather Burton


CSI helps search Miami for victims after hurricane Anthony, and finds suspicious corpses. A local surfer known as John Smith was fatally smashed by the storm against Todd's windshield, albeit the accountant has a colorful past. Jed Gold is found loading possessions from the home of his ex, who got a restraining order and is found dead inside, but from a ricochet bullet and Jed didn't shoot. Martin Medesto dies in Horatio's presence, spiked on his torn-down fence, but before the hurricane. Written by KGF Vissers

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theft | in law | fall





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The "landfall" of Hurricane Anthony occurs when a few drops of rain hit the car. Suddenly the rain starts falling and the wind blowing fiercely. In reality, that has happened long before landfall. Landfall occurs when the eye moves onto the shore. The eye is calm with no wind and no rain. The wind is blowing with no wind and rain with the sun shining and the person remarks "ten minutes before a hurricane hits." Hurricane conditions gradually move in and conditions worsen. They don't all of sudden appear. See more »


Eric Delko: Got a category two hurricane, and we get sent out to a traffic incident? What's up with Dispatch?
Tim Speedle: Well, they're slammed with thousands of calls, so we take 'em one at a time till order's been restored.
Eric Delko: I'd hate to see what a category four looks like.
Tim Speedle: So would Dispatch.
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Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Simon J. Hunter
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Please know what "Landfall" is.
24 July 2008 | by (Baytown, TX) – See all my reviews

I love CSI Miami, but perhaps the writers could have done a little more research on hurricanes. In the opening scene when the rain starts falling the girl says, "Oh my God, landfall." That is so way off base. Landfall is when the eye moves onto shore. The coast has been experiencing hurricane force winds and rain HOURS before landfall. A few drops of rain doesn't constitute landfall. I live on the coast and have been through many hurricanes and I know what landfall is. The plot was weak and the factual inaccuraries with hurricanes makes the weak plot even weaker. This is the second worst CSI Miami ever made. (The Tsunami is the first.)

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