CSI: Miami: Season 5, Episode 9

Going, Going, Gone (20 Nov. 2006)

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After the murder of a bachelorette contestant in an auction, CSI discovers that the victim was working undercover for the government. And the event organizer may have connections to a terrorist cell.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katie Watson
Carl Thornton
George Kornspan
Rebecca Roth
Sonya Moreta


George Kornspan pays $100,00 at Peter Kinkella's children charity date auction for the company of two young women. While he gets Viagra, blindfold Rebecca Roth(19) is stabbed to death with a letter-opener, her ring stolen. Katie Watson claims she left to avoid a threesome. The ring was bought and sold by her recently heart-broken would be-fiancé Carl Thornton. He saw her flirting with detective Jake Berkeley. He investigates Kinkella's heroin dealing. Peter's charity is bogus, his place was bugged by a Homeland Security undercover. This leads to bigger fish. Written by KGF Vissers

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When George brings the girls back to the bedroom it is daytime. The girls draw the sheer drapes, which still allow a considerable amount of natural light in the room. He leaves the room, and when he returns a few minutes later it is completely pitch black. He soon discovers the body of one of the girls, mistaking her blood, by its feel, as chocolate sauce. Later during the investigation they show a flash back to only moments after George discovers the body, and the room is once again filled with natural light streaming through the sheer windowpanes. See more »


Peter Kinkella: What's the dog for?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: It's a drug sniffing dog. I have a warrant to search your premises.
Peter Kinkella: You can't just barge into my home.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: I can when it's a crime scene. Excuse me.
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This was ridiculous! The writers were just pulling stuff out of the most over the top films. Episode begins in a brothel and ends in the most ridiculous place (stupid not creative). If you like this I suggest going to the library and reading something about current affairs. It was the single worst Television Show I have ever seen in my life and has forced me to stop watching TV. This was like the most incredibly stupid action movie you could possibly see, only it took its self incredibly seriously. Seriously Its horrible, so watch it for yourself and then complain like me. The thing thats funny is that at least 17 million people watched this episode, and the show is still running.

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