Examining the bloody murder of a Miami father and his son, which the teenage daughter survived, Horatio's team soon finds trails to a car rented by a man who flew in from New York City. There Horatio teams up with his CSI counterpart Mac Taylor, who is examining a cop-killing, possibly by the same murderer. Together they follow him, work out what erroneously drove him to Miami and arrive at an analogous crime scene, where rich Michael Hanover and his daughter were killed, badly stabbed adolescent son Mike Jr. and the mistress survived. The matter of key access suggests some involvement of the janitor. Written by
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The music playing in the background, right after the opening credits, while Speed is photographing evidence is also the theme music for House MD. See more
When Horatio Caine meets with Detective Mac Taylor, they talk about the death penalty. When Mac says they have the death penalty in New York, Horatio reminds him that they haven't executed anyone since 1976. The actual last time someone was executed in New York was on June 15, 1963 when Eddie Mays went to the electric chair for murder and robbery. Shortly thereafter, the New York Court of Appeals found the death penalty unconstitutional. Nobody has been executed in New York to date since. See more
Temperature's ambient. He's been dead twenty-four plus. Smells like seventy-two. I got a wallet for you; ID's missing.
References All That Jazz
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