CSI: Miami: Season 5 (2006 - 2007)


Season 5
CSI: Miami

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Air date: Sep 18, 2006
Air date: Sep 25, 2006
Air date: Oct 2, 2006
Air date: Oct 16, 2006
Air date: Oct 23, 2006
Air date: Nov 6, 2006
Air date: Nov 13, 2006
Air date: Nov 20, 2006
Air date: Nov 27, 2006
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Series 5 begins with Horatio (David Caruso) and Delko (Adam Rodriguez) traveling to Rio de Janeiro to find Antonio Riaz (Vincent Laresca), the man responsible for Marisol's death in the Series 4 finale. While there, H. learns his brother Ray (Christopher Stapleton) is back doing undercover work and may be connected to Riaz. Even more disturbing is that Horatio's nephew Ray Jr. (Carter Jenkins) is a drug mule for Riaz. Back in Miami, Ryan (Jonathan Togo) reluctantly works with former lab mole Natalia (Eva La Rue). But cool colleagues aren't Natalia's only problem. Her abusive ex-husband Nick (Rob Estes) is released from prison and begins showing up at crime scenes to harass her. Later, Natalia's sister is kidnapped by a man posing as a photographer. Calleigh (Emily Procter) is also confronted with a past love when she arrests ex-boyfriend Jake Berkeley (Johnny Whitworth), who is working undercover as part of a motorcycle gang. His capture is a ruse to discover information about a crime, but Jake refuses to cooperate fearing it will interfere with his own investigation. Out in the field, Ryan allows a TV crew to film him while he works. He claims his motivation is to help restore the lab's reputation after previous damaging leaks. But Delko isn't convinced. He believes Ryan just loves being in the spotlight. Tripp (Rex Linn) finds himself in a tight spot when he steps on a land mine. Fortunately, he doesn't step off of it and a bomb-squad crew works to diffuse the device. Clavo Cruz (Gonzalo Menendez), a killer who initially eluded Horatio in Series 2 because of diplomatic immunity but was finally put away in Series 3, escapes from prison. Finally, H. learns that Yelina (Sofia Milos) is working as a private investigator, and a serial murderer who reportedly possesses a "killer gene" is sought.


David Caruso
as Horatio Caine
Emily Procter
as Calleigh Duquesne
Adam Rodriguez
as Eric Delko
Khandi Alexander
as Alexx Woods
Jonathan Togo
as Ryan Wolfe
Rex Linn
as Det. Frank Tripp
Eva La Rue
as Natalia Boa Vista
Brendan Fehr
as Dan Cooper
Boti Bliss
as Valera
Rob Estes
as Nick Townsend
Josh Zuckerman
as Leo Donwell
David Lee Smith
as Rick Stetler
Johnny Whitworth
as Jake Berkeley
Ed Begley Jr.
as Scott O'Shay
Sofia Milos
as Yelina Salas
Eve Mauro
as Carmen Henney
Chad Faust
as Mike Doyle
Teddy Sears
as Peter Kinkella
Paula Garcés
as Anna Sivarro
Jennifer Hall
as Cathy Gibson
Natalie Morales
as Anya Boa Vista
Leighton Meester
as Heather Crowley
Alice Greczyn
as Holly Reese
AnnaLynne McCord
as Sherry Williamson
Alana De La Garza
as Marisol Delko Caine
Victor Webster
as Roberto Chavez
Jonathan Cherry
as Gavin LaPorte
Brooke Bloom
as Cynthia Wells
Michael B. Silver
as FBI Agent Peter Elliott
Amy Laughlin
as Erica Sikes
Heather Stephens
as Danielle Madison
Robert Montano
as Rico Cruz
Brad Bartram
as Edward Crowley
Dewey Weber
as Vince Henney
Nick Steele
as Brody Lassiter
Elisabeth Harnois
as Jill Girrard
Castulo Guerra
as General Cruz
Patrick Cassidy
as Hank Atherton
Samaire Armstrong
as Brynn Roberts
Kelly Carlson
as Laurie Atherton
Seamus Dever
as Paul Billings
Tim Sitarz
as Billy Gault
Scottie Thompson
as Lindsey Archer
William Allen Young
as Chief Judge Joseph Ratner
Jayson Floyd
as Timothy Hicks
Larisa Miller
as Kimberly Crowley
Joelle Carter
as Abby Biggs
Cirroc Lofton
as Tommy Boyer
Adam LaVorgna
as Eddie Corbett
Lauralee Bell
as Alissa Valone
Tamala Jones
as Katie Eicher
Antony Sauve
as Benjamin Rhodes
Demetrius Grosse
as Chuck Greene
Rebecca Gayheart
as Claire Gibbs
Charles Duckworth
as Kevin Kirby
Christopher Stapleton
as Raymond Caine
Kari Wuhrer
as Janet Sterling
Matt Battaglia
as Trevor Valone
Scott Holroyd
as Andy Kelso
Johnny Pacar
as Nathan Atherton
Rib Hillis
as Brett Morrison
Christine Lakin
as April Worthington
Lesley Fera
as Dr. Joyce Carmel
James Henrie
as Justin Montavo
Phil Morris
as Peter Ashford
Bug Hall
as Evan Dunlar
Gabriel Casseus
as Jeff Murdock
Maury Sterling
as Barry Ellis
Corey Reynolds
as Steve Gryson
Tanc Sade
as Jason Billings
Manley Pope
as Rick Groves
Heather Sossaman
as Dakota Hudson
Jay Kenneth Johnson
as Jason Hollings
Michael Stone
as Bill Starr
Danay Garcia
as Camille Tavarez
Trey Alexander
as Rob Harris
Chris Bruno
as Jeff Zader
Monnae Michaell
as Cindy Kirby
Walter Perez
as Jorge Zamareno
Dwayne Macopson
as Todd Felding
Coby Bell
as Tony Rosetti
Vincent Laresca
as Antonio Riaz
Ryan Hurst
as Officer Lloyd
Sharon Leal
as Lauren Sloan
Shawn Reaves
as Louis Sullivan
Suzanne Cryer
as Julie Wells
Mark Kiely
as Steve Dunlar
Jake McDorman
as Carl Thornton
David Starzyk
as Nicholas Chandler
Marco Sanchez
as Dave Montavo
Steve Bacic
as Rod Vickers
Mason Gamble
as Scott Satlin
Shel Rasten
as Steve Dixon
Peter Mackenzie
as Russell Tanninger
Jake Busey
as Phillip Craven
Myk Watford
as Jerry Simmons
Jesse Marchant
as Ethan Parker
Tom Kiesche
as Walter Dunley
JR Bourne
as Stan Keeler
Ryan Carnes
as Ross Miller
Jason Blicker
as George Kornspan
J.R. Villarreal
as Ben Tavarez
Julie St. Claire
as Renee Montavo
Monique Cash
as Mandy Felding
Reiley McClendon
as Austin Wells
Geno Monteiro
as Walter Phillips
Jamie Strange
as Sasha Coolidge
Matt Biedel
as Dennis West
Innis Casey
as Michael Lipton
Chris Carmack
as Cole Tucker
Michael DeGood
as Richard Shockley
Charlie Weber
as Lou Pennington
Jay Montalvo
as Reggie Veston
Mike Batayeh
as Rodrigo Garza
Erik Eidem
as Craig Edwards
Jeremy Sumpter
as Zach Griffith
Lew Temple
as Billy Chadwick
Corri English
as Angela Downey
Colby French
as Gary Logan
Kristoffer Polaha
as Jeremy Fordham
Marcus Coloma
as Luke Baylor
Shannon Kane
as Leslie Anderson
Chuck Hittinger
as Derrick Stowe
Anthony Azizi
as Allen Comden
Page Kennedy
as Ron Cramer
Joseph D. Reitman
as Bob Norwood
Gabriel Brock
as Jesse Tavarez
Angie Milliken
as Audrey Van Der Mere
Samantha Streets
as Jolene Kitt
Austen Parros
as Ed Granger
Jamie McShane
as Timothy Nash
Merik Tadros
as Abu Nafi
Willie Garson
as Ian Sutter
Michael Trevino
as Matthew Batra
Juan Fernández
as Alejandro Moyano
Cody Lee
as Danny Tavarez
Matt Letscher
as Mike Lasker
Vivan Dugré
as Heather Amberson
Chad Morgan
as Suzanne McCarthy
Chino XL
as Juan Carlos
Cynthia Addai-Robinson
as Courtney Rinella
Tonantzin Carmelo
as Adrienne Veston
Rachel Quaintance
as Stacey Wakeman
Susie Park
as Andrea Osborn
Garcelle Beauvais
as Katrina Iverson
Jorge-Luis Pallo
as Javier Ravez
Scott Maguire
as Sideshow Kid
Billy Gallo
as Gilberto Tavarez
Jowharah Jones
as Amelia Clarke
Jordan Woolley
as Paul Warner
Alejandro Furth
as Miguel Santora
Roark Critchlow
as Doug Lansing
Eric Matheny
as Seth Anderson
Larry Bates
as Deputy Biggs
Paul Eiding
as Judge Porterson
Michelle Mason
as Tess Gowan
Ethan Erickson
as Sean Reynolds
Todd Williams
as Kevin Iverson
Ruel Samuels
as Teenage Driver No. 1
Matt Ferrucci
as Paramedic
Anthony DeSando
as Joey Mazzaro
Robin Atkin Downes
as Danny Walters
Natalia Baldwin Leon
as Reporter No. 1
Raphael Sbarge
as Larry Fremont
Jeff Phillips
as Karl Bennett
Ben Livingston
as Ethan Danbury
Byron Quiros
as Guillermo
Shaun Baker
as Richard Williams
Sarah Bloom
as Party Planner
Cutter Garcia
as Drew Benson
Jeff Lincoln
as Alcimar
Reggie Jordan
as Nurse No. 1
Philip Lester
as Agent Barris
Cyia Batten
as Rebecca Lamar
Richard Gleason
as Chad Bridges
Andrew Borba
as Major Brenton
Jo Anderson
as Conselor
Jaylen Moore
as Teenage Driver No. 2
Nika La Rue
as Reporter No. 2
Con Schell
as Stan Lockwood
Rick Gonzalez
as Hector Rivera
Tom McCafferty
as Bomb Technician
Max Burkholder
as Tyler Lamar
Damien Leake
as Judge Berber
David Barrera
as Lorenzo Argenta
John J. Dalesandro
as Reporter No. 3
Rolando Molina
as Rulon Domingo
Tina Battaglia
as Newswoman No. 1
Shawn Christian
as Carl Silvers
Tom Choi
as Sgt. Keller
Monica Herman
as Young Woman
Colleen McDermott
as Pamela Silvers
Gregg Henry
as William Preston
Mark Rolston
as Glen Cole
Enrique Almeida
as Gabriel Cervantes
Erica Shaffer
as Newswoman No. 2
Danielle Renee
as Emma Cervantes
Ernesto Bautista
as Angel Demorte
Serria Tawan
as Patient No. 1
Darren Foy
as Jimmy Lee
Luis A. Ramos
as Tiago Matos
Tomm Bauer
as Patient No. 2
Jesse Caron
as Patient No. 3
Eric Lutes
as Todd Baransky
Sung Kang
as Han Soon
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Critic Reviews for CSI: Miami Season 5

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

It's Caruso's charisma that leads to the shows main flaw; nobody can match the intensity of his performance and the other characters appear to be weak and uninteresting.

Nov 27, 2018 | Full Review…

The show is soooooo melodramatic and overbearing...

May 31, 2018 | Full Review…

Even though CSI: Miami is far from being the best police procedural series on the small screen, it remains an engrossing and satisfying show.

Dec 6, 2007 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

The Miami spin-off has two things going for it: the beauty of the scenery, and David Caruso.

Oct 31, 2007 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

CSI Miami is the crime drama equivalent of fast food. Slick and attractively packaged, it satisfies our superficial cravings while leaving a lingering hollowness.

Nov 15, 2018 | Full Review…

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