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13. Most Unexpected House Call: As a physician's assistant in a concierge medical practice, Divya is used to making house calls on Royal Pains. But she is very taken aback, and rightfully so, when her mother comes to her late at night against her father's strict wishes. Her mother drops the bombshell that she has left Divya's father and needs a place to stay. Who's ready for some major mother-daughter bonding?
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Call it the curse of being on the bubble: After 10 roller-coaster years, CSI: Miami will end its season without a major cliff-hanger.
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"We've gone more internal. It's a more emotional story that goes to the soul of these characters," executive producer Barry O'Brien tells TVGuide.com. "It is a far more personal ending. You're left with this feeling that the team is a family."
But the foundation of that family will buckle a little...
CSI: Miami's 10th season premiere will find Horatio seeing ghosts.
Picking up from last season's cliff-hanger, Sunday's episode (10/9c, CBS) begins with Horatio (David Caruso) badly injured from a gunshot wound but still desperate to rescue Natalia (Eva La Rue), who's trapped inside the trunk of a car that's been pushed off the pier. But never fear: Horatio's deceased wife Marisol (Alana De La Garza) is on the job.
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"We're really telling a story about how these predicaments affect these characters on a deep, personal level," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells TVGuide.com...
Beginning in CSI: Miami's fourth episode this fall (titled "Look Who's Taunting"), a twisted season-long mystery will kick off involving a sadistic psychopathic doctor with movie star looks. The CBS procedural is currently casting the role of young Dr. Bryce Wheeler, a late-twenties stud with everything going for him — a lean athletic body, a seemingly caring demeanor, an Ivy League education and a rich family inheritance coming his way. But get this: The guy has a demented, kinky side and uses his private ambulance as a torture van! Yikes!
CSI: NY won't be the only show in the hit CBS franchise to feature its protagonist's late wife in the season premiere. Alana De La Garza, who played Marisol, the wife of David Caruso's Horatio Caine on CSI: Miami, will reprise her role in Season 10, TVGuide.com has learned.
Marisol, who was also the older sister of Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), was shot by a sniper in the show's fourth season.
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Co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells TVGuide.com that Marisol's return will play a part in resolving last season's cliff-hanger, in which Horatio was also shot...