Horatio goes on a manhunt to find two criminals who escaped from a prison bus after their arraignment. However, he also learns that his son's life is in danger in prison.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
State Attorney Rebecca Nevins
Oscar Monahan
Will Bedford
Barry Slater
Judge Hugo Kemp


Violent robber Julio Rentoria promised $2,000,000 to anyone who would help him escape. He does on prison transport, amidst a shooting which kills a deaf bystander. One of the other convicts in the prison bus, Kyle Harmon, doesn't now it yet, but he's Horatio's teenage son, naturally drawn to him, spontaneously asks to be brought in by him and takes his advice how to behave in jail, but an inmate who knows about Kyle's cop father has evil plans, while Horatio is more determined then ever to solve the case and help his boy by having his team examine all persons present. Ryan Wolfe is engaged as external expert, a further rehabilitation step. Written by KGF Vissers

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8 October 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Calley matches the .45 bullet pulled from the deaf girl to a gun registered to a man named Barry. The state of Florida does not register guns, nor do they keep a database of fired rounds from guns that have never been used in a crime. See more »

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Changing Colors
25 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A kind of paint on automobiles that changes hues depending on the angle and light of the viewer? Cool! I don't know if that's possible, but in today's high-tech world it probably is, and that's part of the story angle in this CSI: Miami episode.

A getaway truck looks red to most, but blue to another eyewitness, who just happens to be "Kyle," "Horatio's Caine's" son. That boy was part of a group sentenced and on their way to jail when others ram the bus and the convicts escape. Kyle does the right thing and doesn't run, instead seeking Horatio's help. Mr. Caine, who hasn't told the kid yet that he's his son, is more than willing to help the boy, giving him good advice on how to act in jail.

Meanwhile, a very interesting twist happens when "Ryan Wolfe" - who we can never get rid of in this program! - agrees to testify for the defense against "Natalia Boa Vista" and the CSI office. Wow, not a good way to get your job back at CSI, but the professional-witness pay is good, as he needs the money. Natalia, who has always messed up since joining CSI as a field agent, actually does the noble thing and doesn't retaliate by providing dirt to the prosecutor on Mr. Wolfe. Good for her! She takes the high road, something she hasn't always done (as other CSI haven't always done, either, to be fair).

Anyway, between the kid, Natalie, Wolfe and the questions about whether the viscous killers will be apprehended all make for a very good episode.

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