CSI: Miami

Season 2 Episode 13

Blood Moon

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Feb 02, 2004 on CBS
8.7
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A cigar maker is found in his store tied up, beaten, mutilated, and murdered with a chaveta, a cigar-making tool featuring a rounded blade. The investigation leads Horatio to a group that helps Cuban refugees. Across town, a 25-year-old man is gunned down while withdrawing money from an ATM, but the motive doesn't appear to be robbery since the cash he withdrew is left behind.moreless

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  • Blood Moon

    9.1
    Revenge is behind the murder of a man who tortured Cuban refugees. A man is found butchered in his place. He was tortured and beaten. He called in his own murder. His throat was cut and he was burnt on his back. His private was cut off. Another man is found by a payphone. The killer covered the mouthpiece so the cigar man couldn't hear. The bullet in the ATM man flowed through the vein to the ankle. The Cuban victim has a stolen identidy. He was a Cuban torturer. The woman who was helping cubans over was tortured by the man. The woman's son killed him. Melanie shot matt. The Cuban torturer was the killers father.moreless
  • An ok episode, a little boring. I liked the B case more than the A case.

    8.9
    An ok episode, a little boring. I liked the B case more than the A case.



    A cigar maker is found in his store tied up, beaten, mutilated, and murdered with a chaveta (a cigar-making tool featuring a rounded blade).



    The investigation leads Horatio to a group of people who help illeagal immigrants from Cuba into the USA. One of them turns out to be the murderer. It was easy to guess that the murderer would turn out to be the victims son.



    Also, a man is murdered while withdrawing money from an ATM, but the motive isn't robery. There isn't enough evidence to convict the woman who shot him, so she gets to walk.

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David Caruso

David Caruso

Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Khandi Alexander

Khandi Alexander

Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods

Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Eric "Delko" Delektorsky

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Rory Cochrane

Rory Cochrane

Tim Speedle (Episodes 1-49)

Jeremy Ray Valdez

Jeremy Ray Valdez

Carlos Gonzalez

Guest Star

Emily Bergl

Emily Bergl

Melanie Hines

Guest Star

Judd Omen

Judd Omen

Juan Marco Varon/Miguel Bernardo

Guest Star

Boti Bliss

Boti Bliss

Valera

Recurring Role

Sofia Milos

Sofia Milos

Detective Yelina Salas

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Goof: The team uses ATM security video showing the front license plate of the BMW to identify the car and owner. In Florida, license plates are displayed on the rear only. There are no state issued plates on the front of cars.

    • Goof: The cameraman can be seen in the reflection off of Calleigh's sunglasses during the scene where she and Tim are at the outdoor movie theater.

    • Goof: There no headrest on the passenger side of the police car that Carlos is taken away in at the end.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Speed: (about the victim) You know, just for the record, that guy, he was just trying to talk to you. He was trying to find an opening.
      Melanie: He insulted me.
      Speed: Maybe it was to get your attention. Next time, why don't you try rejection because it's a lot less messy, and you know what, guys are used to it.

    • Alexx: Every warm body we have is out tonight, and we're still outnumbered by the cold ones.

    • (Calleigh and Speed examine a substance)
      Calleigh: What is that? Some kind of a lotion?
      Speed: Looks like skin moisturiser.
      Calleigh: Great! Well that narrows it down to everyone in the state of Florida, plus the tourists.

    • Marisela: (watching Carlos going to prison) I've waited 10 years for him to come over, and now I lose him again.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Calleigh: It's a fantastic voyage.
      Calleigh describes the journey of the bullet from near the sternum to the upper ankle via the blood stream. The 1966 film Fantastic Voyage centered on a crew of scientists traveling through the bloodstream of a diplomat, the victim of an attempted assassination, in a shrunken submarine.

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