CSI: Miami: Season 8, Episode 19

Spring Breakdown (12 Apr. 2010)

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Spring Break raises the body count in Miami when the CSI team splits up to solve three different murders.

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Another spring break, no less then three student corpses in or near Miami hotels. Brad Donner fell from the hotel roof; Paul Arnett was buried in the sand; Alexis Wilkes was dropped in the hotel laundry processing chute, but first had her skull smashed. Working from different crime scenes, the team puzzles it all together as the victims -hard to identify- turn out to be friends from a single college. And former 'partners in crime' relating to an Internet posting. Written by KGF Vissers

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13 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the first time I've ever watched a "CSI" show in full. Chelsea Hobbs & Cassie Scerbo of brought me to check out this particular episode and while i felt their performances were more than up to par. all i could think was...whats the big deal? This show really isn't that great in comparison to its competitors. I understand the forensics thing is big right now, but they put way too much emphasis on the scientific motions CSI goes through and most people don't truly understand what they are doing. Bones is a show that does this very well and explains every aspect of it. The detectives in this show seemed half of that of any in Law & Order, while i found myself wondering why they weren't checking certain leads & going through way more work than they needed to. This would have been a great chance for CSI to draw a rogue viewer into their world. Not only did they not do that, but they completely turned me off to it. Hmmm, maybe my Aunt would enjoy this show, but not me. Feel the same way? Suggestions would be...

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