CSI: Miami

Season 1 Episode 18

Dispo Day

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 10, 2003 on CBS
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The investigation into a drug heist offers brief glimpses into the private lives of the CSIs, whose nerves are on edge when they become suspects in the crime they're trying to solve. A police convoy headed across town includes an unmarked truck filled with confiscated drugs being taken to an incinerator to be destroyed. The trip ends abruptly when thieves hijack the vehicle, kill its driver and shoot Speedle, who was riding shotgun. It's hard for Horatio when the media draw comparisons to a similar case several years ago in which his brother, an undercover cop, was killed. But it's worse for his team when Internal Affairs decides that one of them tipped off the robbers about the delivery.moreless

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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

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Rory Cochrane

Rory Cochrane

Tim Speedle

Maximo Morrone

Maximo Morrone

Paul Tomassi

Guest Star

Bob Brown

Bob Brown

Speedle Stunt Double

Guest Star

Julie Ann Emery

Julie Ann Emery

Lynn Martell

Guest Star

Rex Linn

Rex Linn

Detective Frank Tripp

Recurring Role

Salli Richardson-Whitfield

Salli Richardson-Whitfield

Laura Lamas

Recurring Role

Sofia Milos

Sofia Milos

Detective Yelina Salas

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (7)

  • QUOTES (13)

    • Eric: (about the polygraph test) Stuff like this makes me feel guilty.
      Calleigh: Why do you feel guilty when you haven't done anything?
      Eric: I'm Catholic. I don't know. I always feel guilty.

    • Waiter: I didn't touch her
      Calleigh: You don't have to touch somebody to shoot them.

    • Enrique Rayas: (to Horatio) Your brother gave his life in the line of duty two years ago, albeit under much cloudier circumstances...
      Horatio: (interrupting him) The circumstances weren't cloudy, the reporting was.

    • Frank: Dispo case is classified. Somebody was in on the secret.
      Horatio: No such thing as a secret in Miami detective...only useful information.

    • Horatio: How do you feel?
      Calleigh: Like a hummingbird on six cups of coffee.

    • Horatio: This cocaine did not come from Haiti.
      Speed: Not unless Haiti is in the middle of our crime lab.

    • Horatio: (about the polygraph test) They ask about your girlfriend?
      Eric: H, you know I don't have a girlfriend.
      Horatio: No girlfriend this week?

    • Eric: The car is stolen.
      Calleigh: Based on?
      Eric: Based on the screwdriver in the ignition.

    • Reporter Enrique Rayas: (to Frank Tripp) You're the investigator in the dispo case that resulted in two tragic deaths. You mind if I ask you a few questions for our viewers?
      Frank: Yeah.

    • Horatio: (to IAB Officer Jack Seeger) Hey, Jack. You miss being a real cop?
      Jack Seeger: You're just full of 'em today, aren't you?
      Horatio: You have no idea.

    • Calleigh: So, you gonna shave before you go to IAB?
      Speed: It's a polygraph test, not a portrait.
      Calleigh: Well, you know, presentation is everything.

    • Eric: (during his polygraph) Did I mention I was Catholic?

    • Paul Tomassi: (watching Delko smash expensive tile) Do you have any idea how much one of those costs?
      Horatio: About half as much as two.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Horatio: If he's Tom Brokaw, I'm Elliot Ness.

      Tom Brokaw is one of the most recognizable faces in television news history, awarded for his news coverage of various political and world events and wars. Elliot Ness was a very high-profile law officer during Prohibition; he and his team helped the federal government bring down Al Capone. A movie, with Kevin Costner as Ness, was released six decades later.

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