While investigating the double murder of a babysitter's parents, Horatio stumbles upon a local physician who may actually be a serial killer.

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Dr. Mike Lasker
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Absent Dave and Renée Montavo's son Justin(12)'s neighbor and babysitter Heather Crowley believes she heard a prowler and finds her dying father at the door, skull smashed; her mother lies by their own pool, throat slashed. The Montavo's were drugged by having their drinks spiked at a Miami party. Neighbor Dr. Mike Lasker's fingerprints lead to a weird set of suspects, motives and confessions to other crimes, but how do they relate to the double murder? Erik is back on the job, but his memory-trouble proves a serious problem. Written by KGF Vissers

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It's inconceivable the babysitter didn't change out of her bloodstained top after killing her mom at some point. See more »

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Florida's 'Peyton Place'
12 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The opening segment here is a take on the thriller movie, "When A Stranger Calls," where a baby-sitter gets terrorized by someone who is phoning from inside the house. Well, the teen is victim of a prank by the stupid kid she's babysitting.....but it's no joke when she answers the door and her father falls inside, bloody and dead!

This episode winds up to be a real soaper, a "Peyton Place" where everyone is sleeping with everyone.....a very friendly neighborhood, you could say. It's gets a little too much, to be honest. It turns out real sleazy.

The ending also is a bit sappy, with the typical corny song and melodramatics that they love to do on this show. Does anyone else laugh sarcastically at these ending songs, which appear designed to make, maybe, a 13-year-old girl, get emotional but are really stupid for adults?


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