An Internet entrepreneur is killed in his pool by an alligator, and the investigation leads back to two high-profile matchmaking services, one of which may not be what it seems.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Kate Pender
Paul Nichols
Abby Lexington
Tandy King
Matthew Shaw
Ricky Tobar (as Antonio Leo)
Robert Shampain ...
Craig Taft (as Robert Shampan)


Retired dot-com millionaire Matthew Shaw (27) is devoured by an alligator someone lured into his pool. He was phoning with Abby Lexington, a potential bride matched by ruthless Tandy King's exclusive dating service, but not actually exclusively. Shaw's hand was burned by even more ruthless gangster pimp-loan-shark baron Paul Nichols' goon Ricky Tobar. Forensics must tie everything together while Ryan goes undercover as a 'client'. Written by KGF Vissers

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2 January 2011 (USA)  »

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As soon as Horatio and Erik get the suspect into the interrogation room, he states that he is not saying anything till his lawyer gets there. Police officers and CSIs are then required to stop all questioning until the lawyer gets there. But Horatio and Erik keep hammering him with questions until his lawyer does arrive. Any information they got would then be thrown out as illegally obtained. See more »


Paul Nichols: [his head of security has been arrested] Torture? Why would he want to do that?
Eric Delko: Because Matthew was pursuing one of your girls and not paying your fees, and you didn't like that.
Paul Nichols: Good luck proving that.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: That's what we do. And guess what? You're next.
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Just Another Day Down In South Florida
20 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Hey, pretty girls for rich men; I'd say it's an even trade-off," says one of the people involved in this matchmaking business that looks shadier and shadier as the story unfolds. How shallow is that?

The episode begins with an extremely dramatic moment. A man ready to take a dip in his backyard pool gets attacked by a big alligator that had earlier been lured onto his property. The man is torn and apart and killed. Often, CSI is not for the squeamish, and this is one example.

Thanks to blood trails, the man's hand found in the alligator and other evidence in the gator and nearby the man's house, the CSI teams begins to make progress. It makes more progress when it investigates two matchmaking-for-the-beautiful-and-rich services. Both are run by nasty people.

In between, we get a personal story about one of the girls and we get a whole lot of beautiful and strange people......par for the course on CSI: Miami.

A lot goes on in this very entertaining episode, one of the better ones in recent weeks so far in this Season 9.

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