CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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A model is electrocuted on a runway, and CSI discovers that the case is connected to a heroin smuggling ring involving a designer and the prisoner who held Horatio's son hostage.

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Calleigh Duquesne
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Eric Delko
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Natalia Boa Vista (as Eva La Rue)
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Joe LeBrock
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State Attorney Rebecca Nevins
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Kyle Harmon
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Gavin Hauer (as Adrian J. Wilson)
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IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler
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Juliana Ravez
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Mike Farallon
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Oscar Monahan
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Model Alisha Reilly is electrocuted by current on a hand-made runway for Hauser's Miami fashion show. Red hair proves that besides Terrence Kerr, the only crewman who worked on it, model Juliana Ravez came backstage, to frolic with Kerr. Alisha kept quiet about being married to Joe LeBrock, the monster Horatio got jailed with his own illegitimate son Kyle Harmon, because he introduced her to Hauser. Joe also has a son Scott from an earlier marriage, who changed his name and is under top-secret FBI surveillance, but Special agent Mike Farallon acquits a personal debt by giving the team informal access to the observation DVDs... Joe threatened to get round Oscar, the convict who watches over Kyle for Horatio, and succeeds spectacularly after the CSI finds the fashion collection was drenched in pure, liquid heroin... Written by KGF Vissers

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While it may be possible to absorb heroin onto platinum fibers, there is no way to prevent models wearing heroin-soaked clothes from absorbing the drug through the skin. At the very least, they would get very high, if not killed by overdose. Also, not even in its 'purest form' is heroin a liquid. See more »

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Det. Frank Tripp: [to Ryan] So I need you, my favorite dust monkey...
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Shut Up and Drive
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Written by Evan Rodgers, Carl Sturken, Stephen Morris, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner and Gillian Gilbert
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Amidst Of Bevy Of Modeling Beauties, Wolfe Is Back & LeBrock Still A Threat
25 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

Well, I guess the big news on this episode is that former CSI regular "Ryan Wolfe" is reinstated.

No surprise, there, although he supposedly wouldn't be back for awhile because of protocol and red tape. I guess Horatio went to bat for him and the red tape disappeared. He promises to be a good boy and repay Horatio. Of course, one of the first things he does is hit on a new girl.

By the way, is there a fat or ugly person who works at CSI? Is there a woman who isn't a knockout and has a great body? Anyone just normal-looking, like you see in your place of work?

Speaking of beauty, the murder story involves a professional model who is electrocuted on the runway during a fashion show. How did this happen and why? The how is determined quickly but, of course, not the why. That leads us to the normal twists, turns and usual suspects including a hardened criminal who has made several appearances lately on this show: "Joe LeBrock" (John Sharion). I guess we'll see more of him, too, since he's the main villain at the prison in which Horatio's son is locked up. That will be a continuing story, especially since the inmate Horatio "employed" is murdered halfway through this episode.

Now who is going to protect "Kyle?"


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