CSI: Miami (2002–2012)
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Burned 

While investigating a possible arson case, Horatio discovers that Yelina is back in Miami working as a private investigator. Meanwhile, Wolfe's prior relationship with one of the suspects gets him in hot water with his superiors.

Director:

Anthony Hemingway

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Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), Ann Donahue (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Caruso ... Horatio Caine
Emily Procter ... Calleigh Duquesne
Adam Rodriguez ... Eric Delko
Khandi Alexander ... Alexx Woods
Jonathan Togo ... Ryan Wolfe
Rex Linn ... Frank Tripp
Eva LaRue ... Natalia Boa Vista
Sofia Milos ... Yelina Salas
Rebecca Gayheart ... Claire Gibbs
Ron Reznik ... Anthony Bryant
David Lee Smith ... IAB Sergeant Rick Stetler
Page Kennedy ... Ron Cramer
Chris Bruno ... Jeff Zader
Boti Bliss ... Maxine Valera
Innis Casey ... Michael Lipton
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Storyline

A man dies in a fire following an explosion in the luxury home. His fiancée Claire Gibbs can only save her own life by jumping into the pool. She suspects her ex Anthony Bryant as arsonist. Trailing him, Horatio finds Yelina Salas is back in Miami, now as P.I. The late Brett Morrison has taken a bite of flesh out of Michael Lipton, who only wants to talk to Ryan Wolfe because he owes Lipton a fat poker debt; he had a sister-motive but makes bail, so Horatio has Yelina tail him, who videotapes him getting money from Wolfe. A lighter in the sister's home points to Brett's business partner Jeff Zader... Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hawthorne, California, USA See more »

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Stereo | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Ron Cramer is described as having had two felony convictions (burglary and grand theft auto). Later, when caught with a concealed handgun, he says that he has a permit for it. Florida does not issue concealed handgun licenses to anyone with a felony conviction, and anyone holding such a license automatically has it revoked if convicted of a felony after having received the license. Additionally, gun ownership by anyone with a felony conviction is prohibited under federal law. The police make no mention of any of this and don't charge him with any crime. See more »

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References The Sopranos (1999) See more »

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Playing With Fire
14 December 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Well, if there is one "good" thing about the way the man died in this dramatic opening scene, it was that he didn't suffer for more than a second or so. The man, checking out strange noises that pointed out to him by his female companion in bed, opens up the bedroom doors and is engulfed in a huge burst of flames. The medical examiner explains that he died almost instantly when that fire went into his lungs. The first breath "cooked" his lungs, etc.

Anyway, who started this fire? Was it an accident or arson-murder? That's the main story here, although we get others like CSI Wolfe owing $10,000 on a lost poker game, and some low-life named "Michael Lipton" (Innis Casey) trying to bribe him into looking the other way on the investigation. What's shocking is that Wolfe is "caught on tape" giving Lipton the money and then lies about it to Horatio. I hope he gets fired; he deserves it. Does anyone on this program, except for a couple of people like Calleigh, tell the truth? Have you ever noticed how many people lie on this program? (About a half dozen every week!)

We also see "Yehlina Salas" (Sofia Milos) once again. She has hired herself out as a private detective and "H" winds up hiring her to shadow Lipton (although he doesn't know at the time about Ryan's gambling problem.)


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