A far from amicable divorce comes to a bigger crisis when bodies start piling up, and Delko falls afoul of a former nemesis when he misses a payment.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hank Atherton
Laurie Atherton
Allen Comden
Nathan Atherton
Jordan Woolley ...
Stacey Wakeman
Carmen Henney
Todd Felding (as Dwayne Macopson)


The mother and father of all nasty divorce cases where the couple's house is divided by lasers and the wife cuts the pleasure boat in half with a chainsaw in the very first scene (while screaming hubby blasts warning shots with a shotgun from his end) leads to a murder investigation when the husband's girlfriend-on-the-side is found killed inside the house. But wait, there's more ... the guy who bought the husband's Lamborghini for 200 bucks (from the wife) is found murdered with his neck slammed in the door, and both divorce lawyers display incredibly greedy streaks which cause them to plumb the depths of unethical behavior. Written by Peter Harris

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divorce | ant | rash | pool boy | See All (4) »






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23 April 2007 (USA)  »

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| (Dolby 5.1)


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1.78 : 1
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Kelly Carlson (born 1976) is only 5 years older than Johnny Pacar (born 1981), who plays her son. See more »


Hank Atherton: You sold my Lamborghini?
Laurie Atherton: It's my car, too, Hank. You said to sell it and give you half.
[Laurie pulls out a $100 bill]
Laurie Atherton: Say hello to half.
Hank Atherton: Two hundred dollars? It's worth two hundred *thousand*!
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The Divorce Case From Hell
14 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, do they have over-the-top obnoxious people in this episode, led by a ridiculous couple going through a divorce. "Nasty" doesn't cover it describing this couple, "Hank and Laurie Atherton," who are beyond bitter and vindictive. The problem was having to listen to these two jerks periodically during the show.

The couple's two lawyers are almost as obnoxious and annoying, too. Having to hear these four idiots - and others (like the "pool guy") - lessened the entertainment value of this episode. Although it was good to see them get their due.

Anyway, in a nutshell, several people connected with this couple are found dead and the CSI team has to figure it all out. On top of that, poor Eric Delko has to go through more b.s. as his competence is questioned by one of suspects.

It was fairly interesting but certainly not a likable episode.

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