Ivan Sarnoff is poisoned in jail, the ambulance pinned down by a car-crash, but accidentally stops on a rail-track where a train crashes. Horatio plants undercover Yelina with his disloyal successor in the Russian mob. Detective Frank Tripp helps examine the part of Anthony Green, whose reportedly stolen sports car was used. Caleigh gets the scare of her life when another CSI suddenly pops up. Written by
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In the Russian language, last names have a feminine and masculine intonation. Calling Eric's father Alexander "Sharova" would have been a very serious offense because that is in fact the feminine version of the name. His real last name would have been "Sharov". "Sharova" would have only been used in case there was a wife, mother, or sister present. Also if Eric was to have taken his father's full name, he would have been either "Eric Alexandervich Sharov" or "Eric Alexandervich Delkotrovsky"; depending on which the writers were using. The father's first name is always used as a surname in both male and female cases. See more
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