Horatio mobilizes top-priority after an explosive drug-lab releases killer fumes in one of the houses rented from Dr. James Welmont's dermatologists' consortium. The 'cook' messed up designing a new, hence technically under Florida law legal designer drug. The case also rekindles the tragic death of Horatio's cop brother. Eric investigates the murder of popular rest home-octogenarian Betty Rosen, whose skull was smashed.
Did You Know?
It is revealed that Horatio Caine's younger brother, Raymond C. Caine, was killed in 2001 at age 32. According to his tombstone he was born on October 24, 1968 and died on March 18, 2001. See more
In the direct sunlight and heat of South Florida, shooting a FLIR on the dark upholstery of a car would be useless to determine if or when a person sat in a particular car seat before leaving, as the sunlight would quickly heat up the inside of a car well above any residual heat a person would leave. See more
I don't do old women. Nothing over 25.
A convicted rapist with standards.