CSI: Miami: Season 6, Episode 18

Tunnel Vision (28 Apr. 2008)

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The team finds a body in a sinkhole, which turns out to be related to an underground bank robbery. The case also involves an incriminating video of a wealthy businessman's daughter with a drug dealer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Brighton
Amanda Brighton
Freddie Mays
Richard Cyrus
Lamont Johnson ...


During a race duel Jeff Lanier's car falls trough the highway- into a tunnel, where bank-robbers abandoned the collapse-killed assistant manager Lori Stoltz, shot. Fingerprints point to drugs ex-con Santiago. The tunnel started at citrus magnate Charles Brighton's nearby construction site. He had an affair with Lori. The bomb is typical for Freddie Mays. He admits they were hired and lead by Dan Kirkland, who is shot resisting arrest, then says Lori hired him. The crucial loot was not valuables -even cash was left behind- but a video recording of Brighton's daughter Amanda in bed with Carlos Santiago -not her fiancé-, from his bank locker. More forensics piece it all together, even the car race, and another crime. Written by KGF Vissers

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Even though Florida may not register guns, the NCIC (National Crime Information Center) holds records of weapons in association with crimes or that have been stolen. They could have run a serial number through it, not just a Florida database. See more »


Carlos Santiago: This is way above your head, Lieutenant.
Horatio Caine: It is a skill I perfected, Carlos.
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The Villain Was Obvious In This One
7 November 2008 | by (Lockport, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

I was enjoying the episode up until about the 15-minutes-left mark when it became obvious who the main culprit was. Sadly, I was disappointed to find out it was that person, indeed. I hate it when they make it this easy, and it ruins the show.

Up to the point, it was a good one, as most bank heist stories tend to be, with a few neat gadgets that showed how to blast open safe deposit boxes. The only problem was they showed the same scene over and over and over. I don't think they had enough material for the whole show, on this one, so you saw a lot of repeat scenes, from different angles.

How the CSI guys discovered there was robbery before anyone knew it was a little far fetched (the opening chase scene) but at least it was fun to watch. It was a good show up until they insulted our intelligence with the obvious finale. It had to be obvious if I figured it out!.

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