CSI: Miami: Season 3 (2004 - 2005)


Season 3
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Air date: Sep 20, 2004

The CSIs lose one of their own on the third-season opener, which begins with the discovery of a businessman's bullet-ridden body aboard an empty yacht that smashed into a bridge. Apparently, the man was delivering the ransom for his kidnapped son. Speedle: Rory Cochrane. Delko: Adam Rodriguez.

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Air date: Sep 27, 2004

A woman is killed during a posh party at an exclusive waterfront estate when a man opens fire on the proceedings from a cigarette boat. When a former con is arrested, he acts as his own lawyer and proves to be smarter than he appears. Complicating matters is the fact that the leading witness in the case is the dead woman's 10-year-old son, whom Horatio wants to protect, refusing to let him testify.

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A woman is killed when she is pushed in front of a bus. Later, a man's body is discovered down an elevator shaft in a nearby building, and there is evidence to link the victims to a common killer. Back at the lab, Calleigh's dad informs her that he may have accidentally killed someone while drinking and driving; and Horatio puts Speedle's replacement (Jonathan Togo) on the case. Seaver: Jonathan Silverman. Claudia: Meredith Monroe. Duquesne: John Heard. Katrina: Amelia Cook.

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Air date: Oct 11, 2004

A student from an exclusive private high school is found dead in a sand trap at a ritzy country club after a flash mob made up of about 100 teens appears on the golf course and throws golf balls near a green where the body is located. Blood evidence discovered in the investigation leads Horatio to probe a missing-persons case involving a young Argentinean-American woman.

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Air date: Oct 18, 2004

A teen girl is found stabbed to death in the bathroom of a ritzy downtown nightclub and the investigation leads Horatio to uncover yet another murder, that of an Eastern European man who may have ties to a slavery ring. Jenny: Briana Nicole Deutsch. Shaw: Jonathan Scarfe. Bradford: Paul Wasilewski. Venus: Emilie de Ravin. Nina: Oksana Lada. Novac: Lawrence Monoson. Ivan: Peter Frazen. Sam: Cristian de la Fuentes.

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Air date: Oct 25, 2004

A popular baseball player, on trial for allegedly murdering his wife, is killed at the original crime scene when someone plants a meat cleaver in his skull during a trip with the jurors. Later, Horatio learns that Ray Jr. may be involved in the death of a homeless man who was shot with a paint gun. Lori: Julie Skon. Villa: J. August Richards. Tepper: Sterling Macer Jr. Wilson: Martin Grey. Ginger: Susan Ward. Dominic: Kendall Schmidt. Jakes: Vincent Angell.

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Air date: Nov 8, 2004

Robbers plan a daring bank heist to coincide with the arrival of a tsunami that's rushing toward Miami. The drama begins when two dead bodies are found in a grocery-store parking lot, along with evidence that something big is about to go down. After the wave strikes, another crime is uncovered in a cemetery, where dead bodies were washed out of their graves, including one that was never embalmed and was apparently murdered. Meanwhile, Horatio believes that Stetler is abusing Yelina.

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Air date: Nov 15, 2004

A man is bludgeoned to death in a parking lot shortly after leaving a speed-dating event, where he had rude encounters with at least two women. And the evidence opens up leads in another case involving a man who was assaulted following a basketball game. Laken: Mark Devine. Rebecca: Debi Mazar. Kelley: Deborah Zoe. Gibbs: Marcus Chait. Mary: Susan Walters. Kinnan: Scott Williams Winters. Tonya: Vanessa Bell Calloway.

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Air date: Nov 22, 2004

Horatio investigates a modern-day act of piracy after five bodies from a ship's crew are found roped together in the ocean, with their vessel nowhere in sight. The probe turns up evidence that some crew members may have escaped and could possibly be afloat at sea. Most disturbing of all are clues as to what the missing ship's cargo may be. Harrell: Paul Dillon. Waterton: Josh Braaten. Lopez: Tony Genaro. Darryl: Dave Power. Cynthia: Brooke Bloom.

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Air date: Nov 29, 2004

Horatio is called in after a body is discovered outside a beachfront condo. It looks as though the man was the victim of a fall, but the case quickly turns into a homicide probe that yields yet another victim. Meanwhile, a suspect accuses Horatio of brutality, and Stetler investigates the case, with extreme prejudice. Donna: Megan Boye. Mathis: Josh Randall. Ramsey: Dax Griffin. Greenhill: Holmes Osborne. Ratner: William Allen Young. Hemming: Cameron Daddo.

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The third series of the procedural drama following a South Florida forensics team headed by the brooding Horatio Caine (David Caruso) begins with major cast shakeups: One regular cast member leaves permanently, Jonathan Togo joins the cast as patrol officer Ryan Wolfe, Sofia Milos is bumped up to series regular, and Rex Linn has a recurring story arc as a detective sergeant in the Miami PD's homicide department.

Critic Reviews for CSI: Miami Season 3

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The characters make the show. That's what it's all about.

Dec 5, 2005 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for CSI: Miami: Season 3

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