Memmo Fierro, the man who killed Horatio's wife and Delko's sister, escapes during a prison break, and is on a mission to find his daughter, who has been placed in foster care.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Ivonne Hernandez
Kenneth McGuire
Joanne Connors
Aaron Taber
Faith Dyer ...
Elsa Hernandez


Five fiends escape from jail, of which one is easily apprehended on a bus. The real nightmare is Mariposo's Mala Noche-killer, Memmo Fierro, who quickly leaves a bloody trail of mostly pointless corpses through Miami. Horatio's team must work out he visited liar-lover Ivonne Hernandez, focusing on their daughter, who was placed in foster-care through a city-contracted firm. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 October 2010 (USA)  »

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| (Dolby 5.1)| (5.1)


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16 : 9
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[the man who murdered Delko's sister Marisol has escaped from prison]
Eric Delko: We'll get him, H.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: If it's the last thing we do.
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'Memmo' - An Unforgettable Villain
8 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once again we have a former villain, reappearing and this guy is so vile that he's fascinating. I am speaking of "Memmo Fiero," the guy with all the tattoos who killed Horatio's wife (and Delko's sister) five years ago. He enjoys reminding "H" of that.

This particular story has Horatio and the crew on the lookout for both Memmo and his daughter. They weren't together, the father being in jail much of the girl's life and the daughter taken by child care services from her mother. However, Memmo has escaped and is out to find his daughter. The real mom is a big part of this story, too.

This is a story where the main characters are emotional and intense, and it keeps the viewers - us - on edge as we watch it. In other words, this was an excellent episode. Robert LaSardo is effectively creepy as "Memmo." He's a face and a character you don't easily forget.

Note: For you movie buffs, another key figure in this story was played by William Ragsdale. He played the goofy "Charlie Brewster" is the hit horror-comedy "Fright Night" in the mid-80s. You wouldn't recognize him today.

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