CSI: Miami: Season 8, Episode 23

Time Bomb (17 May 2010)

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The state's attorney Delko has been working with is killed by a car bomb. The car was stolen from Evidence just like the diamonds from the earlier case, and the evidence soon leads back to Wolfe.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
State Attorney Rebecca Nevins
Drew Pollack
Officer Olansky


Calleighly followed Delko to his meeting with Florida state attorney, Rebecca Nevins, in Asher Business park. Eric was far enough away to remain unharmed when Nevin's car explodes and kills her. He explains to Horatio he had discovered that besides the diamonds, the $500,000 of heroin confiscated in John 'Sully' Sullivan's 2006 Everson case, is missing from inventory. The cellphone-detonated ANFO fuel bomb was in a neighboring car that MPD-impounded after a 2008 bank robbery. It was requisitioned months ago by narcotics undercover detective Steven Carmichael to investigate lifer Tino Garvez, who claims he killed Carmichael. The bomb contained golf cart parts, trade mark of Nevins-deal-convicted repairman Drew Pollack. The bomb car GPS starts a series of cop incriminations with grim effects. Written by KGF Vissers

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During the news report, just after the opening credits, the reporter states that the bombing was in "East Miami", whereas his lips say "West Miami". See more »

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Lots Of Interesting Scenes In This One
4 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are many interesting facets to this episode. To name a few:

The opening scene in which an attempt is made on "Eric Delko's" life which kills state attorney "Rebecca Nevins instead;

The CSI crew finding out Eric has been wearing a wire. We know he's just doing his job but he's losing respect of his peers, fast....and his girlfriend, "Calleigh Duquense".

"Ryan Wolfe" led away in handcuffs, accused of being the thief who took money, diamonds, cars and drugs from the lab and compound!

This, and many more startling developments all happen on this lone episode, so it keeps your attention full-time, right from that shocking opening car bomb scene.

Good stuff!

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