CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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Last Straw 

When a pair of sorority sisters are murdered, CSI's investigation focuses on another woman who was humiliated by the two as a pledge ten years earlier.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Calleigh Duquesne
Ryan Wolfe
Frank Tripp
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Eric Delko
Dr. Tom Loman
Samantha Owens
Mickey Quint
Dan Toring
Rachel Petrella


When the sisters of a Miami sorority are knocked off one by one, the CSIs try to end the murder spree. Written by CBS Publicity

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Release Date:

19 February 2012 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Tiffany Dupont, who plays sorority sister Rachel Petrella, also had a prominent role on "Greek", a show revolving around life in sororities and fraternities. See more »


As Horatio is speeding towards the stables in an attempt to save Elle from killing herself, mountains can be seen in the background that don't exist anywhere near Miami. See more »


Natalia Boa Vista: Sororities are not easy. Girls can be pretty petty and mean. And people hold grudges because of it.
Elle Toring: Yeah, I-I'm sorry. Um... I... I've been through a lot lately. I-I lost my job, I had to move home. It's just been really hard. I'm... I'm pathetic.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: I don't agree with that.
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Performed by D&D, featuring The Rej3ctz.
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Simply the worst
20 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

The writing for CSI/Miami has never been particularly good. The show has always leaned heavily on Miami's beautiful scenery (of various sorts) to sustain its appeal. That said, many episodes have had adequate writing. This is not one of them. Scripts for this show are often manipulated to cast Horatio Caine in an exaggerated hero's light, but seldom has this been attempted in such an obvious, mechanical, and sterile manner. The plotting of the story line is considerably more hackneyed than normal. The characters are equally wooden and lifeless regardless of whether or not they are slated for autopsy. The acting efforts of both Jill Flint and Bo Derek are completely wasted, since they have been saddled with dialog and direction that must have required ipecac to regurgitate.

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