Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
A cut on his hand. A "superficial wound", Horatio remembers the cut he recieved shooting a movie. The actor/murderer tried to hide the scar with makeup, but Horatio is too smart for that.
His friend's dog. The dog got excited and accidentally shot the guy. Alexx and Eric almost die checking out the scene, as a fire traps them. They're alive and well, but their Hummer is a little worse for the wear...
Seaweed. Horatio and Eric arrive just in time as some refugees are swimming for shore. They go in to save them. The woman who organizes the escapes says, "Your feet are wet, Senor Caine..."
Eugene. Eugene was very helpful to the case, and was Horato's partner. Poor Eugene was beaten to try to silence him, and he died from the beating. Horatio gave Eugene his badge and gave him a funeral.
A rare sap. The clinic has a tree that is not indigenous to Miami. The one doctor who parks his car under the tree had the sap on his shoe, and tracked it into the apartment.
Gotcha!. For those thrill seekers that like a spicy love life, they'll kidnap your girlfriend, and you need to pay her ransom to save her.
Madison. When Horatio visits Susie, the former meth addict, he sees her daughter, who looks alarmingly like Raymond. Horatio obtains a blood sample from a wound Madison had by using his handkerchief, and finds out that she is Raymond's daugher.
A socket from a wrench. To ensure the man burned to death, the murderer placed a socket from a socket wrench in the hose to stop the water from coming out and saving the man's life.
|"Hurricane Anthony" - How did the CSI's rule out the hurricane as the cause of death of the man who was impaled on a fence?||"CSI: Miami" Season Two Part 1
The roses. The roses that were underneath of him as he lay impaled on the fence during the hurricane were fine, but the other flowers around them were damaged.
Ouzo. He found the good bottle and had himself a drink, leaving fingerprints on the bottle and glass. Tsk. He wasn't guilty of killing the victims, however.
Jeff Corwin. A gator had eaten a part of the victim, and it needed to be retrieved. So Delko called in Jeff Corwin, an old college buddy, to help capture the gator.
A crucifix. By IDing the item, the team headed off in the right direction by finding the woman who purchased the crucifix.
Lamboughini Diablo. The CSI's could ID the car by the yellow paint transfer, the low grille, and the fact that since Lamboughinis are rare since they cost mucho dinero.
Valera. Unlike Megan, she doesn't go out in the field, but stays in the lab all the time, waiting for a CSI to bring some evidence to analyze. She's got a sense of humor, which annoys Horatio occasionally.
Rufus. Rufus has a bit of skin in his teeth that leads the CSIs to the real killer. Good boy!
Brain matter. When the sports guy was drunk and driving home, he hit and killed a guy who was trying to fix a flat tire. He got him in the head, because when Horatio is looking at the Navigator he says, "You know what this is? It's brain matter."
cameras. The park's playboy was spying on everyone. What I find hilarious about this episode was that Horatio could chase down a prop plane with the Hummer.
Gum. The cars get cleaned out after every shift, so the team knew the gum was fresh. They found three different samples of DNA in the gum, one from the girl, two from other men.
Oxycontin. He sent his assistant to the Golden Triangle to buy more, and the assistant took a reporter along with him so the reporter could get a story. However, the deal ended badly when the dealer thought they were cops and started shooting, killing the assistant.
Powdered sugar. The one guard in the truck was eating powdered doughnuts. He went to manually turn back the spedometer, and left traces of powdered sugar.
A lizard. The son of the victim claimed to have been holding them, but he was selling them. As collateral, he was taking his parents' statues. In a cover robbery to collect more statues, his father was killed.
A knife. Mac finds the second knife at the bottom of the elevator shaft and he also finds one piece of crucial evidence. He takes the doorman into custody and reveals everything. The DNA on the knife matches DNA found on the doorman's clothes. He also reveals that he found a tassel in the bottom of the shaft. The tassel was cut off the sleeve of the doorman's uniform when he tried to wipe the blood off the hiltless knife. After stabbing Hanover Jr., the doorman simply dropped the knife down between the elevator doors, and the tassel fell in with it. It turns out that the doorman was in Hanover Sr.'s will because he saved his life.
Mrs. Hanover's. Stella is told about this by another CSI and figures that Mrs. Hanover must've been involved with Penrod. Meanwhile, Mac and Horatio try to talk to Hanover. Jr about his wounds, but Jr's lawyer won't let them see it or Hanover Sr.'s will. Mac looks over the photos that Stella took earlier while Horatio checks the bodies of the parents. They both discover that there are hilt marks from the knife on the parents, but none on the son. This shows that there were two knives involved, and there could've been two attackers, but they only have one knife. Mac decides to go back to the apartment to look for the second knife.
Blue. The CSIs find a stage show that isn't closed on Mondays, and they find the only member of the cast that wears a specific blue make-up and find that she was in a relationship with Hanover. She admits to having been at the crime scene, and she decided to end her relationship with Hanover. She used her key on the door and left it open when she left. She hands over the key and the clothes she wore the previous night, but they don't find any blood. They do, however, find semen on her clothes, but it doesn't link to Hanover Sr. Instead, it links to Hanover Jr. Mac and Horatio talk to Mike Jr. about the mistress (Renee), and he says that they have been a couple for many months.
Through a hidden entrance. After finding the bodies, the team investigates the apartment. Mac finds blonde hairs in the study near the male victim's chair as well as semen and they determine that the female victim took drugs before going to bed. Meanwhile Stella checks the entrance that was used by Penrod and finds blood along the wall. They decide to take the lock apart to see how Penrod entered the room and they find no scratches inside it. However, red acrylic shavings were found when the lock was observed, so they determined that a duplicate key was used to unlock the door. It is also found that the Hanovers were killed similar to the way that the Miami victims were.
Arson. After searching the print, Mac and Horatio find a suspect named David Penrod and they get his address. When they arrive at the scene, the guy climbs out the fire escape and Mac and Horatio chase him over the rooftops of the apartment until he jumps into a dumpster full of boxes. He manages to get away, but they hang around to check the crime scene. Horatio finds the Maybach Air airline ticket and an address written on it, and Mac finds fresh blood in the drain of the kitchen sink. Horatio realizes that although the address on the ticket is for 702 Star Island, the victims were at 720 Star Island. Penrod was at the wrong house, so Horatio calls the Miami Crime Lab and finds that the owner of 702 Star Island is named Michael Hanover Sr. and he also has a residence on 5th Avenue in New York City, so they check his luxurious apartment and follow a trail of blood to Hanover's and his wife's dead bodies in the bedroom and the study. They also find the victims' son still alive in his bedroom.
Strangled. Mac Taylor arrives at a crime scene in New York to find that an undercover cop has been strangled to death. A wallet was found, but no ID was inside. As he checks it, Horatio introduces himself. Horatio is surprised to find that Nick was killed, and they figure that the real murderer stole the man's identification, used the identity to rent a car, and killed the two victims in Florida. They make a deal to have the real murderer prosecuted in Florida so that Horatio can give Laura (the daughter of the victims) piece of mind. They find a partial whirl of a fingerprint and do a search on it.
Maybach Air. After discovering purple and orange fibers on the male victim's clothing, and after finding the auto rental company, Horatio and Speedle head down and they narrow down the search. Although hundreds of male travelers have come from New York and rented a car, only a couple dozen returned their car the previous night. They match up the orange and purple fibers to a colour scheme used by Maybach Air and determine that the name of the driver was Nick Murdock. When they find the car, they find a blood stain on the steering wheel and the lot employee gives them a copy of Nick's driver's license. In order to fulfill his promise to the girl who has just lost her parents, Horatio decides to fly to New York to catch the criminal himself.
Copper. Calleigh investigates a spit mark found on the hardwood floor of the crime scene and she finds components of jet fuel. This phlegm, produced by upper respiratory inflammation is a symptom of those who were situated near ground zero at the 9/11 attacks in New York. Meanwhile, another piece of evidence is found. When a piece of paper with a shoe print on it is run through a computer, a piece of a logo for SunStar Auto Rental is found, and the CSIs determine that the paper is from an auto rental company at Miami International Airport. These clues point to the fact that the killer flew down to Miami from New York.
She wasn't home at the time of the murder. In the beginning of the episode, the CSIs investigate a double homicide at a local house. They determine that the murderer entered through the back door, walked past the bedrooms, and decapitated the mother sitting in the living room. He then returned to the bedroom with the intent of murdering the husband. The man was attacked, but he managed to run down the hall before the killer finally used a single-edged knife to put him to a stop. The husband tries to go down the hall to warn his daughter, but she was out at a club until 2:00 am. She came home and found her parents murdered.
|"Body Count"- Which escapee in this season finale was the child predator we saw in "Broken"?||"CSI: Miami" Season One
Stewart Otis. Stewart kindapped and killed little Ruthie Crighton inside of Zany Town in episode six. His M.O. was to take a little girl, cut her hair and change her clothes, and then walk her out of the location in which he'd found her. In "Broken", he used a drug on her that was misted into cotton candy. This drug interacted with cold medicine she was already taking, and she went into shock. He did do CPR to try and save her, but that was for his sake and not her own. She died inside the bathroom, and he snuck out the back. When Horatio went into one of his addresses, he found a closet full of fake uniforms to locations where kids frequent. Then, sadly, the team found a bunch of buried kids in his yard.
In this season one finale, Stewart broke out of jail while waiting for trial. He used his frined, child predator Simon Bishop, to get an RV. Horatio followed a leak in the RV to its location. Inside, he found a video of Emma Kaye, but no people. The team followed footprints to Emma's burial site, but she was not covered and still alive. Her interview resulted in the news that her cousin Robyn was next. They found Stewart and Robyn on a field trip to an aquarium. Horatio shot Stewart, who begged for Horatio to allow him to fall several stories to his death. Horatio refused to let him go, and Stewart promised he'd be back.
William O'Leary played all of the characters listed as choices, and D. B. Sweeney played Simon Bishop.
The world of "CSI" funfact: Actress Aisha Tyler played the dead body of state attorney Janet Medrano in this episode. She went to to play CSI Mia Dickerson on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" for twelve episode of season five. Then she played the business partner, Andrea Moreno, of Melinda Gordon on season one of "Ghost Whisperer".