CSI: Miami

Season 6 Episode 10

CSI: My Nanny

Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Nov 26, 2007 on CBS
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Episode Summary

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

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Sick of these over and over again shows!

    Really am getting sick of seeing the same old shows over and over about nannies and their children. About rich parents who have children being watched over by nannies as it is getting to the point where it is getting way, way, too old. Would love to see something new. But I guess, this is getting popular with viewers. As children don't let their parents know what they are up to and the end result happens to be that they are in a load of trouble. That they get caught and maybe charged with a crime. Really, CSI Miami stop this. As this is getting way too old.moreless
  • It is easy to know what will happen.

    Un episodio algo aburrido, era fácil saber lo que iba a pasar, y quien era la mala. Obviamente sólo podía ser una niñera. Me he alegrado al ver a una española de pro en la serie, guapísima, con ese acento español hablando en inglés. Ojalá a los guionistas se les ocurra algún español más para salir en la serie en próximos episodios. Sería genial. Así como en España hay películas españolas con algún actor extranjero, podían hacer lo mismo. Lo que más me gusta como siempre es ver a Ryan, tan guapo y sexy como siempre. Es una delicia verlo episodio tras episodio. Que siga así mucho tiempo.moreless
  • Maybe not the best script itself but it got me longing for a villa in Miami!

    I wish I had a house in Miami like the Lamberts... On the other hand a drama in a 'fairytale world' has already been played before so the storyline is definitely unoriginal. Funny how people just "have" children and do not get involved in bringing them up, just think that right people are gonna take care of it. The episode is a nice reminder that Here and Now is important but I can't see more of a moral in it. Horatio called the Lamberts' son a "son" again, haha. I know it's just the way he addresses people, but I can't help laughing and thinking it might be his another crime-related child. The good thing about a script is that I did not expect the killer to be the catering guy. He must have been really upset about Vanessa not wanting to be with him because folks say rude things like "I like children, but I don't want to have them with YOU!" all the time and I rarely hear that they murder one another after all. Kind of weak in here but let's say it's a filler episode.moreless
  • Nanny ends up dead. Crime is solved.

    This episode could of been a whole lot better. Its not in my top 20, but I still enjoy seeing the hotties. Stayed up to watch the whole episode. part of me wished that I so didn't do that cause half-half it wasn't that great. What else to say about this thing. Umm. Delko was looking fine as usual. Ryan was also. They are both cute. Nanny episode was just blah like spinach. There we go. Couple words left. I like watching this show to see the guys on there. I am running out of words to see if you couldn't tell. Done.moreless
  • Not the most original. Jealousy between nannies, parents misunderstanding children, blah, blah, blah.

    This was not the greatest of episodes. The ending didn't make sense. Sure, I understand that the ex-boyfriend would be upset over his ex-girlfriend not wanting to have kids with him. If that was the case and they broke up 6 months ago or was it 3 months, then why would the nanny who didn't want to have kids with this guy still have a picture frame with the two of them together. Don't you think she could've easily moved on. The way they introduced the ex-boyfriend by "Oh I remember seeing this guy" was just plain silly, since it doesn't make sense for the nanny still have a picture of the guy she doesn't want to have kids with.

    At least, they continue to throw in the Eric/Calleigh storyline with the "You would make a wonderful father" line.

    This episode is easily forgettable.moreless
David Caruso

David Caruso

Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Eric "Delko" Delektorsky

Khandi Alexander

Khandi Alexander

Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan Togo

Ryan Wolfe (Episodes 54+, Recurring Previously)

Rex Linn

Rex Linn

Detective Frank Tripp (Episode 98+ Recurring Previously)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Goof: When Calleigh and Eric enter Jonah's room, they take a picture of a dresser holding a standing PS3, Wii, and an original Xbox with games stacked on top. However, as we see them walk into the room, the camera is behind the game consoles, and there is now a standing Xbox 360 where the PS3 was a moment ago, and there is a horizontal PS3 where the original Xbox had been.

    • Goof: When Calleigh is testing the knives in the kitchen for blood, she only makes one swipe in the middle of the blade, not around the sharp edge or around the handle, the most likely places for blood to be, even after it had been cleaned. She also put the tip of the chemical bottle to the swab which would end up cross contaminating the chemical.

    • Goof: When Alexx and Calleigh are talking about Vanessa, Alexx is holding her hand. Vanessa's thumbnail isn't blue like it was in the previous shot.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Alexx: Your parents are well off. Did you ever have a nanny?
      Calleigh: I wish. It would've been nice to have a voice of reason in that house. You know, my mom, she was...I don't know, she was really more of a friend than an authority figure. And my dad is just... (laughs) well, we all know that story.

    • Natalia: Let's see if CODIS is our friend...
      picture appears on the screen
      Natalia: ...and yes, she is.
      Ryan: Wait, CODIS is a she?

    • Natalia: Hm, seems the fragment that Alexx pulled from Vanessa Waters' chest is comprised of zirconium dioxide.
      Ryan: What? There's ceramic in her wounds? How is that possible - she was stabbed.
      Natalia: Exactly, but I think I know by what. I have one in my own kitchen. A ceramic knife.
      Ryan: (looking confused) Yeah, so? I'm more of a drive through type of guy.

    • Dennis Lambert: My family and I have nothing to hide.
      Horatio: Then we shouldn't have a problem.

    • Calleigh: Can you imagine raising a family without any help? I mean, you know, given the hours we work.
      Eric: Yeah, I could, definitely.
      Calleigh: Really?
      Eric: Yeah. Why, you don't think I'd be a good dad?
      Calleigh: No, I think you'd be a great dad. I just never heard you mention having children before.
      Eric: Well, maybe when I find the… the right girl.

    • Dennis Lambert: Jonah, why don't you stay awhile, hang out?
      Jonah Lambert: It's your party, Dad, not mine.

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Chůva (Nanny)

    • International Air Dates:
      Denmark: April 4, 2008 on Kanal 5
      Venezuela: April 16, 2008 on AXN
      United Kingdom: October 7, 2008 on Five
      Switzerland: October 19, 2008 on TSR1
      Norway: October 28, 2008 on TVNorge
      Czech Republic: October 27, 2009 on TV Nova

    • Featured Music:
      Minding My Own Business by Coconut Records
      Miss You by Trentemoller
      Audience by Goose


    • Jonah: Mom and dad. Megan and Mary Poppins.

      Mary Poppins is a series of children's books written by P. L. Travers. The books center around a mysterious magical English nanny, Mary Poppins. The books were adapted in 1964 into a musical Disney film starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke.

    • The episode title CSI: My Nanny is an allusion of the series title CSI: Miami. It is a play-on-words title.