CSI: Miami: Season 4, Episode 8

Nailed (14 Nov. 2005)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Action, Crime, Drama
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Ryan Wolfe, with a nail knocked next to his eye, is being carried to hospital by Delko. There, Horatio remembers how the day started, with the discovery of a murdered woman who was attacked by someone with a nails gun.

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Gary Hall
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Contractor Karl Lampley reports he found Brenda Hall (39), killed bled to death by four raging nail gun hits. She was the ex of construction site owner Gary Hall, who claimed not to know what she was doing there. Brenda had sabotaged both his divorce and future wedding plans with Charlene Hartford (his live-in, former secretary). The fight was long and bitter and Brenda was financially wrecked. Ryan was called, his 13th consecutive day, as Eric failed to respond, again. An answering machine message incriminated Gary, whose skin was found under Brenda's nails (according to him after 'ex-sex') but her apartment had only traces of a fight. However, the answer machine message was left when he was leaving his ten year-old son Lucas's baseball game. The message turns out to be edited from five separately recorded messages, framing him. The fatal nails don't match the gun at the site. A fingerprint on the answering machine points to the contractor, who had a violent record. When Ryan ... Written by KGF Vissers

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First appearance of Marisol Delko. See more »

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It was revealed that Charlene was the one who shot Ryan with the nail gun. But before Ryan was shot, Charlene was talking to Calleigh at MPD. So how could she have gotten to the house before Ryan? See more »

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Eric Delko: I never made it to the original crime scene; did you?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Five hours ago.
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A Real Eye-Opener!
22 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, what a dramatic opening....maybe the most dramatic I've seen on a CSI show. The show opens with Eric Delko frantically driving the Hummer as CSI partner Ryan Wolfe is screaming in the passenger seat. He has nail stuck through his right eye! Delko is calling the ER and trying to get a clear path through the police so he can make it before Wolfe is damaged further.

For a long stretch after that is a flashback, where we begin with a woman who has died on a construction site after nails had been shot into her. The story - in a nutshell - is that this is one ugly divorce-type story where the murdered woman would not grant a divorce to her husband so that he and his new girlfriend could get married. Nobody in here is good; all of them are suspects, even the teen- aged boy. Even the victim was a nasty woman.

Who killed her and what happens to Wolfe makes this an intense and very good story.


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