CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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Horatio finds a confused, disoriented man in the Everglades next to a buried severed head, and soon discovers that the man may have committed the crime while in a dream-like trance.



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Episode cast overview:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Jason Kreeger
Elena Manus
Stacy Garrett
Peter Truitt
Brandon Garrett
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Year-long rehabilitated junkie Jason Kreeger reports a dream involving a murder on himself, only to find himself the first suspect standing over the a corpse in the Everglades, which he recognizes from another nightmare. Fancy forensics identify it as Brandon Garrett, from whom Stacy Garrett was divorcing, while committing adultery with devoted spa collaborator Peter Truitt. A weird link is 'psychic healer' Elena Manus. Natalia, who sabotaged Delco's interrogations by verbally abusing Keeger, volunteers to go undercover, at her peril. Written by KGF Vissers

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31 October 2010 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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OK episode that started out just like Dark City
22 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was an OK episode. Like many of the episodes of recent years the plot really has almost no realism left. However, I watch CSI Miami more for the action and entertainment than any realism.

I was able to pick the main bad guy almost immediately. However, this episode had multiple baddies that where guilty to varying degrees so it could keep you guessing. I have noticed that this show and many others rely to much on what I call the "add on" character for the main bad guy. What I mean is the good guys go talk to someone who probably should be the bad guy because of motive, or relationship but the real bad guy ends up being the add on character that shows up when they are talking to the person who would be the real life suspect. This can be a friend, coworker, over eager next door neighbor. Once I spot them I call out guilty and people look at me like I am crazy. Yet time and again they end up being the guilty party.

Now what I noticed that was a little odd was the opening scene seemed to be a blatant rip off of Dark City. Man appears to come to in an unfamiliar bathroom. He doesn't know what is going on. There is a murder weapon and the real clincher is there is a fish on the floor struggling for life that he ends up putting into the bathtub.

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