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CSI: Miami Episode: "Just Murdered"

Season 5, Episode 21
Episode Synopsis: A contentious divorce turns deadly when the husband's mistress is murdered and other dead bodies follow.
Original Air Date: Apr 23, 2007
Guest Cast Jordan Woolley: Paul Warner Rachel Quaintance: Stacey Wakeman Dwayne Macopson: Todd Felding Eve Mauro: Carmen Henney Damien Leake: Judge Berber Brendan Fehr: Dan Cooper Patrick Cassidy: Hank Atherton Con Schell: Stan Lockwood Anthony Azizi: Allen Comden Kelly Carlson: Laurie Atherton Johnny Pacar: Nathan Atherton
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Season 5, Episode 21
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April 23, 2007: Marriage, Revisited Season 5, Episode 21

I knew this episode was headed somewhere fun when our opening Horatio-ism was, "Welcome to the divorce of the future." After I stopped laughing, I considered the fact that we had already seen a house with lasers, Kelly Carlson with a chainsaw, and a personal trainer named Mandi. What more does one need in a pre-credits sequence? Nothing, that's what. As always, for those who might have missed the big reveal, Hank and Laurie jointly killed Hank's lawyer when they realized that he stole everything from their safe-deposit box and also got the deed to their house. In fact, in what passes for an ironic twist, they stabbed him with their wedding-cake knife. Much as I love Kelly Carlson, her Laurie was just an older, married and somehow slightly less screwed-up version of Kimber from Nip/Tuck. Not that there's anything wrong with sticking with what works. On the other hand, Rachel Quaintance certainly shied away from type as a supremely bitchy female divorce lawyer with no ethics. I was having so much fun with this episode that I didn't even care how she got Carmen to make a dramatic entrance (in the sleekest courthouse ever, I might add) in order to discredit Delko. (This week's effort to connect all the plot threads was even more forced than usual, but it was such an enjoyable episode compared to what we've had recently that I can't be too harsh.) Was it wrong of her to question Eric's competency? No, but she did it for the wrong reasons. It's hard to imagine any situation where he'd be back four months after a major trauma involving memory loss and not have anyone triple checking his work. Not that this is "Pick on Eric Delko" night, but him and Calleigh? Seriously? When she kissed him on the cheek, he looked like a satisfied seventh-grader. This awkward flirtation must end. Now. At first it seemed as though Calleigh was just helping Eric out in the wake of his accident, but all of a sudden it seems a lot less innocent - and a lot more disgusting. Someone needs to have a sit-down with Calleigh and explain that it's OK to date outside of the Miami-Dade police force. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that the last part of the season seems to have shown a slight uptick in quality so far, with each week getting a little better. Let's hope that trend continues over the final three episodes. Luckily, next week looks pretty awesome, so I'll check back in with you all then. show less
I knew this episode was headed somewhere fun when our opening Horatio-ism was, “Welcome… to the divorce… of the future.” After I stopped laughing, I considered the fact that we had already seen a house with lasers, Kelly Carlson with a chainsaw, and a personal trainer named Mandi. What more does one need in a pre-credits sequence? Nothing, that’s what.As always, for those who might have missed the big reveal, Hank and Laurie jointly killed Hank’s lawyer when they realized that he stole everything from their safe-deposit box and also got the deed to their house. In fact, in what passes for an ironic twist, they stabbed him with their wedding-cake knife. Much as I love Kelly Carlson, her Laurie was just an older, married and somehow slightly less screwed-up version of Kimber from Nip/Tuck. Not that there’s anything wrong with sticking with what works. On the other hand, Rachel Quaintance certainly shied away from type as a supremely bitchy female di... read more

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Premiered: September 23, 2002, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A spin-off from 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' follows a South Florida forensics team headed by the brooding Horatio Caine. Against a backdrop of simmering ethnic and cultural tensions, Caine's team probes cases similar to those of their Las Vegas counterparts.

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