Previous Thread Seems like we go through these threads pretty quickly. :lol: [highlight]****[/highlight]Need to know real quick what's on the horizon for CSI:Miami? check out the Spoiler Reference Guide. Contains brief overviews of future episodes. Updated as the information comes in. There is also a copy below temporarily.[highlight]****[/highlight] But first, here are a few things to keep in mind before posting: Guidelines: *~~* You can post and discuss any spoiler information in this thread, but if there is already an episode thread open, please post spoilers relating to that episode in that thread. All episode threads will look like this: We will only have one new episode thread open at any one time, to prevent possible confusion. ~*~ It may seem obvious, but there is no need to allow spoiler space in this thread, or use the new UBB code 'spoiler' function. 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Further informations can be found in their respective links. 7.12 is titled "Head Case" "Financial advisor, Marshall Conrad, his wife and daughter are murdered in their home and the only suspect, whom witnesses place fleeing the scene, has amnesia and can't remember what happened or if he was even there. To make matters worse they can't find the murder weapon which was used to commit the murders. As the team investigates it turns out that Conrad was swindling his clients out of their money and hiding it away somewhere. They also discover that the Marshall's estranged son, Logan may have also had a motive b/c his father tucked him away in a military school, which he didn't like. He also wasn't his father's biggest fan." (Courtesy of delkolover) 7.13 is titled "And They're Offed" We find out the child (Billy) Ryan was dropping off at school in 'Power Trip' belongs to Ryan's Gamblers Anonymous sponser. Further information in the link above. "The episode opens at the Horse track where the morning race is about to begin. Robert Branon, a race horse owner and enthusiast watches from his private suite. [...] His horse and another or neck and neck nearing the finish line, when suddenly a gun barrel is placed to the back of his and a single shot is fired. He doesn't get to see that his horse has lost the race." "As the team investigates they discover someone drugged Branon's horse with cocaine in order to slow him and so he would lose. [...] Turns out the man who sold Branon the horse wanted him back, along with another who offered Branon a hefty sum to be his partner....of course being the ego driven business man that he was, Branon refused. Did it get him killed?" Courtesy of delkolover 7.14 is titled "Smoke Gets In Your CSIs" Alexx Woods is back in this episode. The episode deals with black market organ surgery by a doctor supporting his drug addiction. Calleigh and Ryan are investigating in the attic of a drug house where shots start to break out, setting the house on fire and exposing insulation. Ryan and Calleigh escape but it appears Calleigh has inhaled too much of the insulation, which puts her in the hospital. Information courtesy of delkolover. 7.15 is titled "Presumed Guilty" P.Diddy guest stars as Prosecutor Derek Stark. "The episode opens with Calleigh on the stand testifying at the murder trial against Alfonso Reyes who is accused of murdering a woman at the country club where he worked. He claims that he did not strangle her but was trying in vain to revive her. He is being defended by Derek Stark (Diddy's character). Reyes pushes his innocence and the team begins to question whether they have the right man when Stark refuses to let him testify and then does not file an appeal for Reyes. The team further believes Reyes might be innocent when they find evidence that the murder victim was killed elsewhere and then driven back to the country club for Reyes to find....therefore making him look guilty." More information: "Diddy's character sounds like he is the typical shark lawyer. He manages to get Ryan off the case b/c he puts in a compaint that Ryan is harassing his client when all Ryan was doing was tailing the guy, so the team could get evidence. Ryan told the suspect to stay in the car but the guy flung the door open and tried to get out, pushing Ryan back. Seeing that as an act of aggression, Ryan kicks the door shut' catching the suspects leg in the process. But considering Ryan's discipline history, IA puts him on administrative leave!" (Courtesy of delkolover) 7.16 is titled 'Sink or Swim' P. Diddy' appears in this episode. Character name change: Derek Stark (Diddy's character) is now Derek Powell. Sofia Milos (Yelina Salas) appears in this episode. We meet Eric's real father who holds a secret that will be revealed. "The gist of the ep, besides Eric's situation, is Derek (Diddy) and his fiancee and friends are on his yacht when a speed boat pulls up, boards the yacht and tells everyone to hand over their valuables. In the melee of the piracy, Derek's fiancee is shot and killed. But killing the fiancee was not the only thing the pirates were after....they accessed Derek's laptop and downloaded the copy of Eric's birth certificate Derek had acquired for insurance should he need it. That is how Eric's birth certificate gets out. Someone hired the pirates to attack the yacht and kill Derek's fiancee b/c they wanted him to the loss that they have felt." Further information here (Courtesy of delkolover) More information about "Sink or Swim" courtesy of texmex327 & SpoilerTV. "Horatio's team investgates the murder of Derek Powell's fiancee NADINE WALCOTT, but their case is sidetracked when Delko, who has evidence against KEN TABER, their prime suspect, is thrown into jail by the INS for failing to address the issue of his forged birth certificate--and he gets no help from his natural father, ALEX SHAROVA..."