As the team investigates a bomb explosion that killed a 17-year-old girl in a clothing store dressing room, Horatio discovers that Julia Winston and Kyle are facing new troubles.

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Kim Walderman (17) dies when the dress she was being fitted for in Oscar Serino's fashion boutique booth explodes. Horatio learns that his ex, Julia Winston, is broke and fails to take her pills. She claims investment expert Leonard McBride ruined her, but he claims her last lover Ron disappeared on a brand new yacht. Horatio's son, Kyle, is worried sick and works his frustrations out on rude neighbor Bryce Kerwin, who is later killed in a hit and run. Kyle would rather take the blame than let his his mother, Julia. The bomb and the dress, which was stolen, are traced. Written by KGF Vissers

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Wolfe says that the suspect was admitted to hospital "with severe first-degree burns on his hands and face". First-degree burns are the least severe type of burns, causing redness and relatively minor pain. Wolfe then shows a picture taken at the hospital, and the suspect clearly has *third-degree* burns (burns through all layers of the skin). See more »

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Eric Delko: How are you feeling?
Amy Beck: The doctor put in a few stitches, antibiotics. Said I'll be fine.
Eric Delko: Good. You know, you were lucky.
Amy Beck: Yeah, wish I could say the same for Kim. Look, they said they were going to take me home. Why am I here?
Eric Delko: I need you to show me what's under your blouse.
Amy Beck: You're kidding, right? You're going to sexually harass me now?
Eric Delko: You know what this is about, Amy.
Amy Beck: No, actually, I don't.
Eric Delko: I need you to lift up your shirt.
[Amy lifts her shirt up, revealing a price tag on the shirt underneath]
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Eye-Candy, And Family Matters
8 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This program is known for its "pretty people," and this episode is "Exhibit A." Nobody is this story is anything but uber-attractive.

There are two stories in here: the main crime story (a woman gets blown up by a dress she's putting on at a fancy store!) and secondary one involving Horatio's ex-wife, "Julia" (Elizabeth Berkley, showing off all her assets.) Between constantly bailing out this woman and his kid "Kyle" you'd think Horatio would be worn to a frazzle. All kinds of things happen with those two in this episode.

Meanwhile, the CSI lab has to figure out how the girl was murdered and by whom. There are the normal subjects, each of them requiring the normal two visits from CSI until we find out who's behind it all.

Needless to say, lots of eye-candy in "Bombshell."


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