Lets get the simple stuff out of the way first: Everyone was guilty of something. Claire dumped the gasoline to frame Anthony (her ex-boyfriend), who then sent Ron Cramer after her anyway, and Ron accidentally created the catalyst for the fire to start. Oh, and Ryan got fired for owing money to Michael Lipton. (Sidenote: I have a good family friend named Michael Lipton. Remember that episode of The Simpsons where a TV character has the same name as Homer? Thats how exciting this was for me.) However, before we get into Ryans misdeeds, I find it necessary to point out that not only is there no way this could have taken place in under 24 hours (how could the house have cooled enough to let in people without fire suits?), police departments have special arson units who deal with these kinds of cases. The CSIs would not be involved to the degree that they were.For a show that isnt really into thematic cohesion, I was pleasantly surprised to find one major symboli...
Question: OK, so CSI: Miami fans waited for this Horatio-Yelina thing to develop into something and then she took off with her cheating, drug-using "dead" hubby? Did she quit the show? Go "on call" or something? What gives? She's my favorite!
Answer: I've got bad news for ya, Sara. Sofia Milos (aka Yelina) is gone for good. My Miami mole tells me the Horatio-Yelena thing ran its course and a new love interest is on the horizon for David Caruso.