The team discovers that somebody is hunting illegal immigrants in the Everglades.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Jean Guiton
Steve Raymer
Arnold Watkins
Wesley Habeck
Javier Lopez


The CSIs uncover an exclusive hunting club where the prey is human. Written by CBS Publicity

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13 March 2011 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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Did You Know?


This is the first episode to be directed by a CSI: Miami cast member, in this case Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko). He would also direct the episode "At Risk" in Season 10. See more »


When Walter is questioning Henri in French, he alternates between both words for "you" in that language, "tu" (informal) and "vous" (formal). Ordinarily, one would use only one or the other. See more »


Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Hunting unarmed men is murder one. It gets you the death penalty in this state.
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Bring the Ruckus
Written by Chris Greenwood, Adam Messinger and Josh Macintosh.
Performed by Manafest.
Published by Manafest Productions, Messy Music.
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CSI's Version Of 'The Most Dangerous Game'
23 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Many years ago, there was a famous movie about men hunting men for sport. "The Most Dangerous Game," I believe, was the title of the early 1930s movie.

It has been re-done a number of times and has had TV shows with a similar theme. That's the story in this episode and "Horatio Caine" and his crew discover a man in the Everglades shot to death with a powerful arrow. With him, trying to get a locket off the dead man's neck, in another man, who is quickly arrested but then found to be another victim. The big clue is a number literally branded into each victim, along with deep bruises around the ankles, indicating these people were chained up.

Horatio and his crew go out to the Everglades to find just what's what. They meet an interesting man: "Wesley Haybeck" (Chelcie Ross). I'll leave it at that, but it's another interesting episode.

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