Discussion in 'CSI: Miami' started by Lucy, Jul 2, 2006.
He SUPPOSE TO BE now really dead I mean, it' season 5 spoiler.
:blushes: Thanks!!! DaWacko :lol: :lol:
It's ok. "Ray really dead" is somethig what I ask myself now and then when CSIM is on
Re: CSI: Miami Season 5 *Spoiler Lab* Proceed With Caution!!
The ^^above^^ quote is from PAGE 3 of this thread if you wanna go back and see where I got ^^that^^ from.
Thanks to Tuesday's Entertainment Tonight I now know what the stick is for. They showed them rehearsing a scene with over 200 extras. Some on motorcycles playing thugs. Well one of the extras on a motorcycle rode by carrying a stick like the one Adam is holding. He swung at Adam, Adam swung at him and they just ended up hitting each other's sticks.
I heard something like that would happen- but its NOT going to be Ryan. This outrages me!!
^ Well, to each his own I guess.
I think the love-interest storyline will be a nice refresher from all the action and Horatio-drama we've been seeing. It's nice to see Calleigh in the spotlight, and hopefully we'll get to see her bubbly self again this season. - If not, it never hurts to try new ideas, even if they're terrible.
From the futon critic
Air Date: 10/2/06 (MONDAY)
Time Slot: 10:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on CBS
Episode Title: (#503) "Death Pool 100"
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A CELEBRITY MURDER DURING AN A-LIST PARTY LEADS THE CSIs TO UNCOVER A COUNTERFEIT RING PRODUCING HUNDRED DOLLAR BILLS, ON THE 100TH EPISODE OF "CSI: MIAMI," MONDAY, OCT. 2 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
"Death Pool 100" -- After a celebrity is murdered at an A-list party, the CSIs uncover a counterfeit ring producing hundred dollar bills, on the 100th episode of CSI: MIAMI, Monday, Oct. 2 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Sam Hill directed the episode written by Executive Producer Ann Donahue and one of the co-executive producers, Elizabeth Devine.
Horatio and the team discover that the motive for the murder is tied to a 'death pool,' in which players legally bet off-shore on when famous people are going to die. However, the off-shore gaming ship proves to be not as legit as originally thought when the CSIs discover that counterfeit hundred dollar bills are being circulated as a result.
Horatio Caine: David Caruso
Calleigh Duquesne: Emily Procter
Eric Delko: Adam Rodriguez
Alexx Woods: Khandi Alexander
Ryan Wolfe: Jonathan Togo
Det. Frank Tripp: Rex Linn
Natalia Boa Vista: Eva La Rue
Dan Cooper: Brendan Fehr
Peter Elliot: Michael B. Silver
Mr. Ice: Omar Gooding
Lindsey Archer: Scottie Thompson
April Worthington: Christine Lakin
Dakota Hudson: Heather Sossaman
Ethan Parker: Jesse Marchant
Rodrigo Garza: Mike Batayeh
Juan Carlos: Chino XL
Katrina Iverson: Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon
Kevin Iverson: Todd Williams
Rebecca Lamar: Cyia Batten
Tyler Lamar: Max Burkholder
Agent Glen Cole: Mark Rolston
Jimmy Lee: Darren Foy
Luke: Seth Ayott
Chad: Sunil Nayar
Brandi: Comika Beaudry
Matt: Aaron Perilo
Todd Baransky: Eric Lutes
Shin: Jason Lao
Han Soon: Sung Kang
RATING: To Be Announced
Thanks for the information pizzapie Sounds like an interesting episode.
Chad: Sunil Nayar
^ That caught my attention. Doesn't Sunil Nayar work behind the scenes as a writer for CSI:Miami?
It doesn't sound like the 100th is going to be superb, I think that for the 100th they can do much better.
My thoughts exactly
Well... If I remember right, ED has also appeared in CSIM eppy.
I for one am disappointed Valera likely won't be in the 100th. She's a pretty major recurring. They should have the crew there IMO. Hell, if Yelina is back in the states she should appear too. And while we're t it have someone bump into Megan at Speed's grave or something...
I´m too lazy to read all of this..can anybody tell me when season 5 starts in the US ?
CSI Miami premieres Monday, September 18 at 10 PM ET/PT CBS
Okay, thanks. We only have season 4 premiere here next Tuesday
:lol: Now THAT would be a 100th episode I'd watch. Just wrangle in all the ones we haven't seen forever. (it won't happen, but we can dream)
Hmm, that's interesting. I don't remember seeing ED, but it wouldn't be the first time they've used someone behind the scenes. - I just don't remember it being anyone directly linked to producing, writing, or directing the show. (I could be wrong...)
But I do remember during 'Freaks And Tweaks', one of the guys who worked behind the scenes played a body hauler.
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