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And How Does That Make You Kill? 

The daughter of Delko's therapist is murdered, and a number of her mother's most troubled and ex-con patients come under suspicion.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Pam Dashell
Eddie Dashell
Nick Burnham
Shane Huntington
Dr. Rachel Marsh
Justin Marsh


Horatio investigates the fatal stabbing of Chelsea, the 16 year-old daughter of Dr. Rachel Marsh, a rich psychiatrist who treats both frustrated kids and people in court-ordered therapy, as well as Eric. Although Rachel conducts professional confidentiality in her business, various patients make the suspect list for Chelsea's death, including Chelsea's lovers and drug dealing clients. Patient files were stolen. Eddie Dashell's fingerprint is found but he has an alibi - he was with his son. Only his ex had the opportunity to set him up. Then Rachel is fatally shot. Her teenage son, Justin Marsh, who didn't think of his house as a 'home' as his mother devoted all her time to her patients, is found washing blood from his hands. The case takes another weird twist. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 October 2008 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Eric and Calleigh are shown looking through patient files without a search warrant. The police are only allowed to view a patient's file after they have already established that they are a suspect and have supporting evidence. They are never allowed to just troll through every file looking for a possible suspect. Eric and Calleigh's actions would open them up to invasion of privacy lawsuits from every patient whose file they read. See more »

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Please don't let it happen
13 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not going to discuss the whole episode, just the part that I know will lead to more drama in the season, which is also my least favorite part. when Delko & Calleigh were going through the patient files and Calleigh read Delko's notes, you knew something interesting would show up. Delko's reflections on life after getting shot came as a bit of a shock to Calleigh but not to the audience. Delko told his therapist he was serious now about settling down and taking it easy and wished that it could possibly be with Calleigh. Just the prospect of the two of them together in any way makes me cringe. Even though he wants to change his life, a former player like Delko doesn't deserve Calleigh. Before IA found out about their relationship and he went undercover, I loved Calleigh and Jake Berkeley as a couple. Why did the writers have to end that?

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