CSI: Miami: Season 6, Episode 17

To Kill a Predator (21 Apr. 2008)

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The team believes that it is dealing with a vigilante when two murder victims turn out to be pedophiles who were exposed as predators on a television program.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Weaver
Deborah Radley
Hannah Radley
Lou Durning
Mallary Harding
Heather Amberson
Lisa Ross
T.J. Pratt


Lawyer Sean Radley is killed by a speeding car, but his splintered bones cut up a bio-diesel supply line, which is traced to a car rented by his wife Deborah, who knew about his infidelity but denies, daughter Hannah had access to the keys. Both Sean and the next victim, snipered Tony Massaro, were 'exposed' by a TV program which claims to catch pedophiles in the act, in fact rather entrapment by a fake girl. They are both members of an Internet group, but the claimed, soon at least partially verified motives of various members prove varied with complex other links. Written by KGF Vissers

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The team found an imprint on the victim's briefcase made by the front license plate of the car. Cars in Florida (rentals or otherwise) don't have license plates on the front. Only on the back. See more »


Calleigh Duquesne: Guess what our substance is off the dead lawyer's shirt.
Ryan Wolfe: Uh, well, considering that it came from the undercarriage of his car, which was pierced by his bone, which incidentally I'm really glad I wasn't there to see, my guess is... motor oil, 10W30.
Calleigh Duquesne: Try soybeans.
Ryan Wolfe: Soybeans, like ethanol?
Calleigh Duquesne: No, as in bio-diesel. One hundred percent bio-diesel, in fact. It's rare, so it should make our hit and run car easy to find.
Ryan Wolfe: Well, it's nice to know that our killer cares about the environment.
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There's A Pattern Here On These Shows
7 November 2008 | by (Lockport, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

A man who was near his car talking on his cellphone is run over by a speeding car, totally breaking his legs and killing him. Leads eventually get the CSI workers to his wife and daughter as suspects, along with a girlfriend named "Tiffany." Shortly thereafter, in another part of town, a man is assassinated at an outdoor restaurant. Natalie Boa Vista recognizes him as a man she just saw on TV. He is a child predator.

That's what the story is about as someone is eliminating child predators from the Internet. Also, there is another predator that is not discovered until the very end.

I won't give specifics away but this is a typical CSI episode in which we see, let's say, four suspects early on, each brought into the office, quickly questioned, and then let go. One by one, each are suspected a second time and you sometimes can figure the mystery in the last few minutes by who hasn't made their second appearance.....which is exactly what happens here. I wish the writers of these show would change that format more often because it's getting old.....even if the stories are still fresh.

By the way, I used to criticize Eva La Rue's character Natalie Boa Vista but I have to say that this year has been a total turnaround for her: no personal problems, just does her job and does it well. That, and softer looks with less makeup, make her look prettier and nicer than ever. Even fellow CSI worker Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo) is less obnoxious, too! What's going on here? All the good guys are actually acting like good guys, for a change.

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