CSI: Miami

Season 5 Episode 21

Just Murdered

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Apr 23, 2007 on CBS
8.8
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When the mistress involved with the husband in Miami’s ugliest divorce battle is found to have been killed the divorce battle intensifies and the body count rises.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • The impending divorce of Mr. and Mrs. Atherton gets so dramatic that Horatio and his team are forced to intervene. While this is happening people who have connections to the feuding couple are mysteriously turning up dead. The insane mystery begins.moreless

    8.2
    Welcome to divorce of the future. As another review of this episode pointed out, there is a little too much of The War of the Roses in this episode. Also, there are a few implausabilities (A boat can be sunk with two shotgun blasts?) but that aside "Just Murdered" is one of the better episodes of this season. The acting by everybody is quite good and I found myself very interested in the story and how it would turn out. However I did not care for that stupid subplot involving the con woman from Delko's past.moreless
  • Okay, I'm impressed, I really am.

    10
    This was a surprising episode. I was kind of hoping it wasn't the kid because then this episode would have totally sucked. Finding out it was the husband that killed the gym trainer and the pool boy who killed the the guy with the Lamborghini weren't surprising at all. Finding out it was both Anthertons', who killed the lawyer, was. OMG Peck on the check! When I heard they were going to kill, I thought lip-locking, not a peck on the check. Poor Eric, that dumb $^#$@^#@$, uh, lawyer going after him after he was shot. Then that stupid house wife wanting her money. I'm glad Calleigh put her in her place, even if it was only for a few minutes.



    But, I think I feel the worst for Nathan. His parents fighting all over their stuff. The ending for this was cool, with the way they were flashing to their wedding day. It wasn't annoying, either.moreless
  • Divorce gone overboard.

    3.4
    I know that we have to suspend disbelief when watching shows like CSI. But this episode really pushed that over the edge!

    One - does a District Attorney even bother to show up at the "scheduled the same day as the arrest" motion to exclude the evidence? Two - How does Eric get to go back in the field "because Horatio is getting the attorney disbarred?" Gee, guess none of the other defense attorneys will ever think of questioning his work. Shhhh. Maybe nobody noticed!

    Three - How does Horatio get an attorney disbarred? Four - When there is a violent incident on a boat on Star Island, why is the head of the crime lab even there? Much less the first responder on the scene? Guess they're all out of patrolmen in Miami-Dade.

    Yes - they have to condense and use the lead actors for all of the action, but my enjoyment of this episode was very much eroded by the illogic.moreless
  • This just goes to show how nasty divorce can be. ERIC AND CALLEIGH HAD THE CUTEST MOMENT! I almost screamed!

    9.7
    This episode had a great meaning. it goes to show how far people will go to win money or other items. I felt bad for the kid,Nathan Atherton. Eric and Calleigh had a beautiful moment. If you like HipHugger's then you would scream! This episode is exactly why I watch this show! It had it all in this. Horatio's chessy one-liner and the AWSOME kiss on the cheek. This also goes back in Eric's history alittle. That woman that tricked Eric is back and I have to say she makes my blood boil. All-over-all it was a AWSOME episode! watch it!moreless
  • Divorce is deadly. Just don't get married (that appears to be a lot easier and safer)

    9.0
    She kissed him! On the cheek! Well that kinda sucked. But hey, at least there were other characters than Horatio in this episode. God I am so excited. Where the hell is Jake? This is so cool! This is nothing compared to CaRWash, this is going to be one hell of a love triangle. *sighs* This episode was crazy and silly, but I laughed so hard and I loved the characters so well, that I had to give this episode a good mark. How do they manage? I mean, everytime there's personal stuff, the episode is totally screwed up. It wasn't that bad off course, but there are better episodes (aren't there always?) If not for the crazy deaths of the men and women, you should really see the episode, just to look if you're able to follow it. I'm telling you, these people are hilarious. I mean, killing someone with a knife from your wedding cake? Absolutely Fabulous! Or how extravagance can be freaky good.moreless
Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Eric "Delko" Delektorsky

David Caruso

David Caruso

Lieutenant Horatio Caine

Emily Procter

Emily Procter

Calleigh Duquesne

Eva LaRue

Eva LaRue

Natalia Boa Vista Episode 98+ Recurring Previously)

Jonathan Togo

Jonathan Togo

Ryan Wolfe (Episodes 54+, Recurring Previously)

Khandi Alexander

Khandi Alexander

Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods

Patrick Cassidy

Patrick Cassidy

Hank Atherton

Guest Star

Kelly Carlson

Kelly Carlson

Laurie Atherton

Guest Star

Johnny Pacar

Johnny Pacar

Nathan Atherton

Guest Star

Brendan Fehr

Brendan Fehr

Dan Cooper

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: On the police radio, it said that they have spotted a silver Lamborghini but in the next scene the Lamborghini turns out to be yellow.

  • QUOTES (13)

    • Laurie Atherton: You stole my youth.
      Hank Atherton: You killed my soul!
      Laurie Atherton: You have no soul!

    • Laurie Atherton: Of course my prints are on the vase. It used to be mine.
      Calleigh: So what was it doing on Hank's side of the house?
      Laurie Atherton: Because he knew how much I wanted it. When we first started dividing up possessions, he insisted on getting that just to spite me.
      Calleigh: Well, Mrs. Atherton it seems like your husband was doing more than that to spite you.
      Laurie Atherton: You mean Mandy Felding? I knew all about his personal training, it was quite obvious to me.

    • Nathan Atherton: When I thought my parents divorce couldn't get any worse, I find the body of my dad's girlfriend.
      Ryan: Girlfriend? We thought she was your parent's personal trainer?
      Nathan Atherton: Oh, She was. Until my mom caught them going out a few months ago.
      Ryan: And your mother was very angry?
      Nathan Atherton: Not really. She was too busy with the pool guy to care.

    • Eric: Calleigh, I wanted to thank you. For taking care of that girl today.
      Calleigh: It's no problem. You would have done the same thing for me.
      Eric: Yeah. It's just that, uh... you've helped me out a lot this year.
      Calleigh: Well, I appreciate you for appreciating me.
      (Calleigh kisses Eric on the cheek)

    • Eric: Got a bloody knife. (looks closer) Looks like there's a good print on it.
      Calleigh: Well, that's definitely gonna sink one of the Athertons.

    • Horatio: (to Stacey Wakeman) Here's the difference between you and me counselor: the difference is, I have a case.

    • Nathan Atherton: The last thing that I need to do, is create more drama. If you haven't noticed, my parents are pretty damn good at that.

    • Laurie Atherton: Throw the book at him!
      Ryan: Mrs. Atherton, the book's gonna hit you too.

    • Calleigh: (to Carmen Henney) If you'll excuse me, I need to get back to my job. Some of us work for a living.

    • Hank Atherton: (after she sold is Lamborghini) $200? It's worth $200 000!
      Laurie Atherton: So, a couple zeros off.

    • Eric: The killer kicked the door closed; got a shoe print here. I'll get a dust lift for comparison.
      Alexx: If the shoe fits… (Eric smiles)

    • Frank: (about the feuding couple) I'll get a radio car.
      Horatio: Frank, get two cars.

    • Ryan: These lasers are dividing the whole house in half. The court ordered it until the divorce was final.
      Horatio: Welcome… to divorce of the future.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The title, "Just Murdered" is an allusion to the sign commonly placed on the back or side of the car that the bride and groom drive away in after their wedding: "Just Married."

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