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CSI: Miami 10 Seasons 2008

Season 6
4.6 out of 5 stars (117) IMDb 6.4/10

In Season 6 of CSI: Miami, Horatio discovers a biological son he never knew he had and must deal with his future and his past.

Starring:
David Caruso, Emily Procter
Original air date:
May 19, 2008

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1. Dangerous Son

A hostage situation turns into murder, leading Horatio to believe one of the suspects may be his son, on the sixth season premiere of CSI: Miami.

CC TV-14 September 24, 2007 43 minutes
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2. Cyber-lebrity

After the Internet turns a high school girl into an international sex symbol, information leaked about Horatio puts his life in danger.

CC TV-14 October 1, 2007 42 minutes
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3. Inside Out

Horatio searches for his son after he goes missing during a deadly prison break.

CC TV-14 October 8, 2007 44 minutes
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4. Bang, Bang, Your Debt

While investigating the mysterious death of a college student in a car fire, Delko suspects that his late partner and friend Tim Speedle may still be alive.

CC TV-14 October 15, 2007 45 minutes
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5. Deep Freeze

When a sports legend is murdered, the investigation hits a snag when the lab loses the body.

CC TV-14 October 22, 2007 43 minutes
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6. Sunblock

Bizarre occurrences begin to plague the CSIs as they hunt down a serial killer who struck during a total eclipse of the sun.

CC TV-14 October 29, 2007 44 minutes
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7. Chain Reaction

When a model is electrocuted on the runway, the case leads Horatio back to his son and his nemesis.

CC TV-14 November 5, 2007 44 minutes
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8. Permanent Vacation

When a family vacation turns deadly, the CSIs must find the killer before the survivors take justice into their own hands.

CC TV-14 November 12, 2007 44 minutes
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9. Stand Your Ground

An attempt on Calleigh's life puts both her professional and personal life in jeopardy.

CC TV-14 November 19, 2007 43 minutes
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10. CSI: My Nanny

Lifestyles of the rich and famous come under the CSI microscope when a wealthy family's nanny turns up dead.

CC TV-14 November 26, 2007 44 minutes
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11. Guerillas In The Mist

When a rare and illegal machine gun "vaporizes" three weapons' smugglers, the CSIs must find the killer before the gun causes more deaths.

CC TV-14 December 10, 2007 45 minutes
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12. Miami Confidential

While investigating the murder of a young woman, the CSIs uncover a meth lab in her apartment and an unscrupulous FBI agent with a secret life of his own.

CC TV-14 December 17, 2007 44 minutes
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13. Raising Caine

Horatio's ex and Kyle's mother, resurfaces as a billionaire's widow who will do anything to get her son back.

CC TV-14 January 14, 2008 43 minutes
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14. You May Now Kill The Bride

A wedding murder takes the team to a strip club.

CC TV-14 March 24, 2008 44 minutes
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15. Ambush

In part one of a two-part episode, Horatio's past comes back to haunt him when Julia has him arrested for murder.

CC TV-14 March 31, 2008 45 minutes
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16. All In

In part two of a two-part episode, as Horatio deals with his past, the team races against time to save Calleigh from kidnappers.

CC TV-14 April 1, 2008 45 minutes
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17. To Kill A Predator

The team must act quickly to stop a vigilante who is killing Internet predators.

CC TV-14 April 21, 2008 43 minutes
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18. Tunnel Vision

A body in a sinkhole leads the team to a robbery whose target holds a shocking secret.

CC TV-14 April 28, 2008 44 minutes
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19. Rock and a Hard Place

When Alexx's son becomes a suspect in a murder, saving him has dire consequences.

CC TV-14 May 5, 2008 45 minutes
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20. Down To The Wire

When a man is killed due to a fake 911 call, Horatio must face off with a private investigator who is systematically destroying the team.

CC TV-14 May 12, 2008 44 minutes
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21. Going Ballistic

When someone is determined to take down the team, Horatio puts his life on the line.

CC TV-14 May 19, 2008 44 minutes
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CSI Miami, the #1 watched show in the world, has the ultimate "cliff hanger" in it's 6th year. David Caruso, as Lt Horatio Caine, has helped to create a cult-type following for the show by creating a very memorable and fan-loved character. Feeding on that frenzie, the writers found a way to get us all coming back for more in the up-coming 7th year: they've recreated the whole "Who-Shot-JR" hoopla that the retro-show Dallas once had.

That's right: season 6 leaves Miami's Horatio Caine laying on a run way, with the sunglasses-of-justice broken in front of him, after a single shot rings out thru the air. Is he dead? Well that's what they'd like you to believe. And in all honesty, Mr Caruso does a staggering job of acting a "death rattle" in this final scene. Frankly, it's disturbing to any fan of the redhead. Rumor has it (as does a behind-the-scenes interview with Caruso) that it is merely a set-up, a faked death, to enable Caine to go after his arch-nemisis of season 6 in year 7.

All in all, Season 6 survived the writer's strike rather successfully...
Casually running thru-out the whole season are snippets of Eric Delko's fight to overcome his head injury... Ryan Wolfe's struggle to get his job as a CSI back after his season 5 foul up... and an entirley new storyline to boot: a new enemy has entered the playing field for Horatio Caine. This time it's one who has found a way to steal his family. That's right... I said family: Horatio has a long lost son. One he didn't even know existed. One who has gotten himself into a bit of trouble. And unfortunatley the mother has turned out to be a con-artist that he met while he was doing undercover work 17 years ago. I guess that explains why she disappeared before Horatio even knew she was pregnant.
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Season 6 was the best. The characters all get pushed to their breaking points. Calleigh gets crazy with her gun, Delko gets crazy over Calleigh, Ryan gets crazy with text messaging, and Alexx gets crazy sick of seeing dead bodies.
What makes CSI: Miami so awesome? Is it the fact that every frame is the same color as a mai-tai? Or that Horatio gets to shoot somebody in every other episode? Or that all the insert shots could be in a Flo-Rida music video? I don't know for sure, but it is awesome. I mean, there's criticism that its not as gritty as the other CSIs, or that David Caruso's Horatio does nothing more than take off his RayBans, do a three-quarter turn, put his hands on his hips, deliver a one liner, then puts on his shades again and walk away in slow motion. But in the end, who cares! Its a way sexy show without being sleezy. Its informative and technological without being outrageous. Its not like they're in car chases and hanging out the windows while driving with their toes, guns ablazing. Its not like they're jumping over fences in a Bionic Woman fashion to apprehend suspects. No, they get shot-they go down. They do wrong-they get fired. They die-they stay dead...just come back as ghosts. Yes, I will say it again. Season 6 is the best!
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When the writers and producers came up with the concept of giving Horatio Caine a son in season six of CSI Miami, I was like WOW !! The story was played out beautifully and even introduced Elizabeth Berkley as the mother of Horatio's son; Kyle. The rest of the characters of this great show had there moments and the season has never been better. From beginning to the explosive ending .. CSI Miami Season Six delivers everything great television is suppose to be about.
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so far season six has been the best season of csi miami. similar to the plot line fron season 4 with the mali noche crime gang except this time its about horatio and his son. the ending in episode 21 is not to be missed and there is an excellent 2 part episode aswell. a must see for any fan of csi miami.
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A Kid's Review on December 28, 2008
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I received it sooner than expected. Packaged in very good condition--no damages.
Thank you, I really enjoyed it.
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I'm really only following this show for Caruso at this point, and even then he seems to be so missing in many of these episodes. Season 6 brought us the ridiculous Caine's son sub-plot which really strains for credibility and feels like a desperate grab of the writers for another plot device to work with. I will say it was refreshing, although equally goofy, to see Tripp back from his brief stint as a bald cop to the suit/tie detective with hair again(?) - so you can't be completely bald as a detective?

Possibly the silliest "give me a break" moment was the episode where Calleigh shoots the baddies in a car and they crash into a store where there just happens to be a dead body. I get it that it was a related crime but still, give me a break. And to top it all of, the episode with the megaweapon being shot at Caine's hummer - twice - from which he casually walks out in slow motion and does the sunglasses thing... this just topped the cheese-factor.

There was a reviewer of the last season who commented that CSI:Miami is the Kraft mac-n-cheese of the CSI series - the cheesiest, and I think that's accurate. In fact, I read that comment and then, when I look at the show and see David Caruso's crop of bright red hair, I can't help but be reminded of the cheesiness I'm stepping into. I think the producers know this and don't care.

I will say I'm sorry to see Khandi Alexander Dr. Wood's character go. Other than her ridiculous outfits she was one of the most human characters of the program, talking sympathetically to the dead people (which, now that I think about it, is a little weird) but she seemed of everyone to be the most human, so her leaving is probably the definitive shark-jump of the program.

The series left with a cliff-hanger but, as I know Caruso is still around for a few more seasons, it's not that big of a deal. Bring on the cheese...
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