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Pool employee Armando Diaz's bloodily battered corpse is found in Craig Seaborn's 5-star hotel Graciana's gardens. He was killed in the penthouse, where three wives had a 'husbands nor sex'... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Caruso ... Horatio Caine
Emily Procter ... Calleigh Duquesne
Adam Rodriguez ... Eric Delko
Khandi Alexander ... Alexx Woods
Jonathan Togo ... Ryan Wolfe
Rex Linn ... Frank Tripp
Lisa Thornhill ... Felicia Hardy
Rachael Crawford ... Beth Jacobson
Christina Chambers ... Yvette Travers
Corey Stoll ... Craig Seaborn
Amy Laughlin Amy Laughlin ... Erica Sikes
Eva LaRue ... Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
Boti Bliss ... Maxine Valera
Grainger Hines ... Chief James Burton
Patrick Fischler ... Vince Nolan


Pool employee Armando Diaz's bloodily battered corpse is found in Craig Seaborn's 5-star hotel Graciana's gardens. He was killed in the penthouse, where three wives had a 'husbands nor sex' weekend. Beth Jacobson admits she had sex with him, but when he called her too unattractive to get hard a fight ensued, so she struck him with a towel bar, thrice. He also had safe sex with Felicia Hardy, who claims she didn't realize he was badly wounded when passing out after hitting his head against the bed. Wolfe follows a third blood trail, to the staircase and more suspects. It must all be tied in. Meanwhile chief James Burton warns Horatio his team is under scrutiny, just now there are tensions about sticking up evidence kits, labor division and Wolfe's media ambitions, apparently paying off a TV reporter. Written by KGF Vissers

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17 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Callie finds the towel bar in the cleaning lady's cart, it has Beth's hair on it. Callie questions Beth and at first Beth says it must be from when she hung a towel on the rack. Callie responds that it couldn't be that and Beth eventually confesses to Armando's murder. She hit him in the head with it three times. Armando's hair should be on the towel rack, not Beth's. They give no explanation as to why Beth's hair was actually on the towel rack. See more »


Calleigh Duquesne: [a murder suspect is claiming self-defense] One hit is self-defense. Two more is murder. This is called cast-off. It proves that you took two additional, very bloody swings.
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Excellent Whodunit With 3 Femme Fatales
20 November 2006 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

This is a very interesting episode that kept getting better as it went along. Some internal investigation is going to take place in the upcoming weeks about members of the CSI crew so the captain suggests to Horatio (who is NOT being looked into) that he let his subordinates take the case.....and see how they handle themselves.....who is capable and who is messing up.

So, David Caruso pretty much has the week off from this episode and we see Eric and Ryan fight it out, so to speak, with one not totally trusting the other (an issue that has been coming on) and Calleigh just doing her thing. What's fun about this episode is that there are three suspects in a towel boy's murder in a hotel: three beautiful women who were cheating on their husbands, all with this hunky towel-boy "Armando." None of them knew the others were cheating. Calleigh gets a confession out of one girl, and the evidence makes it look legit; Delko has the same thing, but with a different suspect, and then Ryan announces they are both wrong! The third woman is the killer. Just who did kill this guy? How about the hotel manager? He's a suspect, too.

This is a wild and crazy story with more immoral people. One woman even claims the air in Miami made her act that way. Maybe it does, as this series seems to be concerned with sex more than the other CSI shows.

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