The team tries to figure out who killed a roller derby star in the locker room during a match.

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Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
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Lucy Strickland
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Tara Warner
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Vince Kessler
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Deb Taylor
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A rising Miami girls roller derby star dies from wounds-triggered cardiac arrest during a match. Injuries are frequent in the ruthless competition, but her fractured rib probably required male strength. On top of competitive rivalries, the team discovers various lies, broken promises and infidelity, also involving her roommate, her ex and the rival team manager. Written by KGF Vissers

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Vince Kessler: All right, look. I know how this looks, and what you guys might be thinking, but I did not hurt Connie.
Detective Frank Tripp: Explain, then, why you swapped out her mouth guard with one laced with ipecac.
Vince Kessler: Uh, I didn't.
Detective Frank Tripp: You molded it yourself, idiot.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Which means we can match it to you.
Vince Kessler: Look, not my finest hour, I will admit that.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: It's also gonna bring you an assault charge.
Vince Kessler: Look, Connie was a monster on the track. Okay, the only chance my team had of winning is if she wasn't playing. All right? Besides, ipecac is ...
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Roller Derby: Alive (sort of) And Well
31 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The older you are, the more you probably remember the Roller Derby. Just like pro wrestling, it was legit in the really old days until about around 1950 when it became more of an entertainment show for the fans.

Do they still exist today? Yes, but they were big stuff in their day and especially when the sexy Racquel Welch had the role of one of the players in the 1972 film, "Kansas City Bomber."

Anyway, in this story, one of the skaters goes off the rink, doubled over, and heads to the locker room. Something is very wrong but with the quick sight and sound bytes it's hard to tell anything until the rest of the team discovers her on the floor dead.

Who killed her? Another player? The opposing coach? An old friend? The list goes on and on, as it usually does on CSI.

The main question for us, the viewer, is, "Is it fun to watch?" The answer is "yes," it is, especially for the guys who like to ogle these girls providing mayhem to one another.


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