Celebrity Nikki Beck is found electrocuted by a tan-lamp -but she sprayed- in her bath during a fancy party. She was redressed by her manager. Rivaling colleague, April Goodwin, and personal assistant, Melinda Carson, blame each other for Nikki's undigested designer drugs. These were traced to research Professor Colin Danville, stolen from him by the Salvadorian drug and people trader, Dario Sanez. The tan lamp is traced to Nikki's boyfriend, pop star Brandon Hess, already involved with April. A steam trick reveals footprints. Eric is reluctant to attend his terminal sister Marisol's wedding to Horatio. Written by
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In the opening death scene, the UV tanning lamp is in the bathtub with the victim, clearly still powered. Ryan comments that the GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) should have tripped. Calleigh replies that it did, but not fast enough. The GFCI outlet is shown in its normal (untripped) condition. When tripped, the red RESET button clearly pops out. In addition, the GFCI will trip within 1/60th of a second to prevent just this type of mishap. Bath salts added to the water would tend to conduct electricity around the victim, lessening the effect. See more
[a man with a gun is talking to someone over the phone. He's got his sights set on Horatio's back and is just awaiting the go-ahead from the person on the other end of the line
I've got a clear shot. I can get the hit and get away clean. I've got it all lined up. Just give me the OK.