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Sex & Taxes 

The death of two IRS agents sends the team on the hunt of three killers, meanwhile Wolfe keeps stepping on people's toes.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Horatio Caine
Eric Delko
Alexx Woods
Yelina Salas (credit only)
Ryan Wolfe
Frank Tripp
Melissa Boone
Carl Dawson
Molly Edge
Jason Whitney
Russell Edge
Seth Dawson
Ian Sutter
David May ...
Simon Bremmer


The death of two IRS agents sends the team on the hunt of three killers, meanwhile Wolfe keeps stepping on people's toes.

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11 April 2005 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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After receiving Russell Edge's business files from his disgruntled ex-wife, the forensic accountant tracks down a rented parking space (listed as "feed storage" in the files) where the missing Rolls is hidden. The Rolls is then examined by Duquesne and Delko, revealing vital clues leading to the killer of the IRS agent. In a subsequent interview with Mrs. Edge it transpires, though, that the parking space was, in fact, rented by her, and only recently, to hide the Rolls after she had discovered where her ex-husband had stashed the car and his other possessions and had taken it as a sort of revenge divorce payment. Therefore, there is no reason why the parking space should appear in the husband's business files as he had never anything to do with it. See more »

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4 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

CSI Delko goofs when he predicts the suspect's Bentley has a wheelbase of 215 when the only evidence is two black launch strips (he really meant tire width). From this he determines a wheel diameter of 21 which leads him to the Bentley. Two problems here. First, one cannot determine wheelbase from burnout strips alone. It's impossible. Secondly the "215" he refers to cannot be the width of a 21 inch tire - it simply doesn't exist. Other than this, it's a well thought out episode that anyone who has been audited by the federal government can really appreciate. Ms. Roth, on loan from 'Rescue Me' does a brilliant job of playing the spurned ex-wife.

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