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Urban Hellraisers 

During an early morning trip to the bank, Delko ends up witnessing a robbery and fatally shooting one of the suspects. As the investigation progresses, Wolfe realizes that the robbers are trying to replicate a violent video game.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Demon / Kim Mills
Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Amy Laughlin ...


The ATM refuses to give cash to Eric Delko, although he just deposited his pay. Eric goes inside where an armed robbery is in progress, committed by three armed men who first shoot the cameras. Eric ducks and calls for the help of a hit woman. The robbers leave the bank with the manager in car with a Miami University sticker: it's been stolen from the campus. There Kim Mills is found covered with paint from the loot (just $18,000 cash; a water mark on the bag indicates she lies about finding it in the washroom. The bag came from the hockey ice-maker, where bank manager Greg Welch is found tied up. He reveals that they made him disclose the location of the weekly Federal reserve cash delivery: due to take place (by helicopter) 20 minutes after he's found. The MPD is in time to catch them on the spot. However one perp says 'We're still on play', which Ryan guesses it refers to a video game. This fits with the rape. A counter found in the bank and other details of Urban Hell raisers made... Written by KGF Vissers

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21 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Joel McHale, who plays the bank manager, regularly spoofs how David Caruso ends each episode's teaser on The Soup (2004), doing a dead-on impression of Horatio saying things like "I'll say anything...(puts on sunglasses)...they put on paper." See more »


In one scene, the video game Wolfe is playing reflected in a close-up of his eye. Except the reflection isn't a mirror image; the points-message is clearly "1,000" rather than "000,1". See more »


Michael 'Glasses': [Has been shot] Owww... It hurts.
Horatio Caine: Real bullets are funny that way.
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Making Their Own Reality Game Show
23 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bored with just playing the same video game? Well, these U. of Miami college students were, so decide to make the game "Urban Hellraisers" a real-life event.

That begins with holding up a bank, shooting a teller, taking the money but then discarding it. Next up is an adventure with a helicopter and then breaking into the CSI building to steal evidence.

Along the way the "players' get caught or shot themselves and others are hurt. It turns out to be a pretty wild episode, even with a little soap opera along the way involving Calleigh and a male friend.

Another interesting and colorful show.

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