A nanny is murdered, and the suspects in her death include members of the family she was working for, her boss, her fellow nannies, and her ex-boyfriend.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Horatio Caine
Calleigh Duquesne
Alexx Woods
Ryan Wolfe
Frank Tripp
Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Dennis Lambert
Kate Lambert
Ron Coswell
Mia Fernandez
Craig Abbott
Jonah Lambert
Matthew Finn
Vanessa Waters


During a pool party at Dennis Lambert's villa, his daughter Megan (5) finds her nanny Vanessa Waters killed, two stab wounds, no knife in the house fits. Quiet elder brother Jonah felt pushed away by popular 'Nessa', even part-time working young mother Kate was becoming jealous. Vanessa has a glass from the party with Model Nanies' employee Ron Coswell's DNA, he made 10% placing girls like her, a prize classy one. Small ceramic traces suggest such knife may be used, possibly by caterer Matthew Finn, Vanessa's ex, but no proof is found in his van. Then the wife discovers $250,000 gone from the safe; nannies always got the code, including the surviving Mia Fernandez, who claims they ran the while household. Horatio finds a hidden camera in the air-co, wired to ma's PC, to spy on hubby, who fired and got a restraining order against former male nanny Craig Abbott, fearing Jonah loved him 'the wrong way' as Vanessa claimed; Craig says he was just a beloved substitute father and big brother... Written by KGF Vissers

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26 November 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Kate said she had fired Vanessa and that it was her last day. Dennis tells Horatio that the other nanny, Mia, would now be joining them on their trip since Vanessa was gone. Delko then questions Mia about her being able to go to on the trip now that Vanessa was dead. If Vanessa had been fired, she wouldn't have been going on the trip anyway. See more »


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Who Nullified The Nanny?
7 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here's another rich-and-famous story about a rich couple who employed two nannies because the bimbo mother said he wasn't capable of doing the job, even with just two kids. One of the nannies is discovered dead by the little girl of the family who worshiped her. Did the jealous mother do it? How about the other nanny or one of the men in the family? Speaking of men; how about the male nanny who had been recently friend as a result of untrue gossip by the murder victim? Maybe it was that slimeball who heads the nanny service. He doesn't look too reputable.

There are lots of suspects, as usual. Just who wanted this young nanny dead, and why? Along the way of discovering the killer, we learn some interesting things, such as that knuckle prints are as revealing as finger prints

There is a nice ending to this story, despite everyone connected looking pretty sordid. As usual, the episode looks spectacular on DVD.

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