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Just as CSI has made the most of its location with stories about showgirls and casino owners, so has CSI: Miami exploited its surroundings for all they're worth. Pilot episode "Cross-Jurisdictions" (a crossover with CSI), for instance, was loosely based on the murder of Miami-based designer Gianni Versace. Other notable episodes include "Camp Fear" with Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn as a detention camp cadet and "Dead Woman Walking" with Karen Sillas (Under Suspicion) as a victim of radiation poisoning. Like its parent program, CSI: Miami quickly became a ratings powerhouse and was followed by CSI: New York in 2004. --Kathleen C. Fennessy --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I enjoyed it alot. Took me awhile to adapt to the different Miami characters as opposed to the Las Vegas team, but I really enjoyed the series. Almost as good as the regular CSI.Published on July 13 2004 by Mrs. M
CSI : Miami is, in my opinion, the best TV series i have ever seen.
I've been waiting for this DVD release so long... Too bad : the only audio tracks are English and spanish. Read more
does anyone knows if this DVD come with subtitles in english?Published on July 12 2004 by deiamartiny
I love CSI Miami, David Caruso who plays Horatio Caine, does a wonderful acting job. He makes you believe in the CSI and that they are there to help and solve cases. Read morePublished on June 30 2004 by Karan Parkash
Aside from Cochrane who gets an occasional good scene in, this show is nothing like the original. Instead of justice seekers, most of the main characters in the episodes come off... Read morePublished on June 30 2004 by Reine des Coeurs
Every monday night, my mother and I speak on the phone at 9:03 to laugh at the poor delivery of David Caruso's pre-credit line.
"So our good Samritan... Read more