CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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When a drug dealer is gunned down in his home, Horatio and the team must determine who, out of three suspects, committed the crime. Meanwhile, Delko faces a serious threat to his career, and Calleigh makes a decision about hers.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Horatio Caine
Calleigh Duquesne
Alexx Woods
Frank Tripp
IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler
Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Marisol Delko
Johnny Nixon (as Jeremiah W. Birkett)
Deana Walters / D-Nasty
Duane 'Bull' Merrick
Maxine Valera
Assistant State Attorney Monica West
Dan Cooper


In Jay Fisher's home, where he was gun-murdered, fellow drug-dealer Johnny Nixon (also colored) suddenly falls on the corps, trough the shattered glass roof-window. Hoping for a deal, while denying any guilt, Nixon points out he knows a Cuban cop-client: Erik Delko, who has been erratic for weeks. While the team's minds are mainly with Eric's IA case, handled rather harshly as IAB sergeant Rick Stetler failed to get a promotion because of Horatio, yet it ends up void because of 'poisoned fruit' evidence and irrelevant because of the real user. Still the evidence is duly processed, and soon indicates two separate shootings, one being the work of ruthless Californian bounty hunter Duane 'Bull' Merrick, who stops at nothing to collect on his man Byron Diller... Written by KGF Vissers

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28 November 2005 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Ryan Wolfe's photo prints are out of focus says Calleigh Duquesne, blaming this on Ryan's recent eye injury. CSIs use a digital camera with auto-focus and flash. See more »


Ryan Wolfe: This your first time to a crime scene?
Natalia Boa Vista: Second. First by choice.
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Another Very Dramatic Opening
23 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Wow, another very dramatic opening. Horatio and Frank are at a drug dealer's house looking at his dead and sprawled out body lying on the floor in this mansion. All of sudden, broken glass rains down on them along with another body, which lands right on top of the dead man. This guy, however, is alive.

Before he's taken away, however, the suspect informs the two cops that he has dirt on one of their guys. It turns out to be Eric Delko who is buying drugs from this guy, he says. Horatio wows to find the truth.

The Delko case is summed up the final minutes. Most of the show centers around the crime, as it should be, and it was pretty interesting. Bounty hunters won't like this episode, is all I will say.

Note: The title page here mentions Calleigh making a big career decision. Not so. There is nothing on that subject in this episode, which is another good one.

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