CSI: Miami

Season 4 Episode 10

Shattered

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Nov 28, 2005 on CBS
8.9
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Episode Summary

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A drug lord is gunned in his Coconut Grove mansion and a suspect arrested at the scene claims he sells marijuana to Delko. Stetler, from Internal Affairs, investigates and the case quickly gets personal when Horatio gets involved. As for the shooting, the CSIs learn that two gunmen may have been involved. Also, Calleigh makes a major decision concerning her job.moreless

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  • A criminal from the sky(light)?

    6.0
    I didn't like this episode. I didn't like the pot plotline (what, Delko's sister can't score her own weed, and needs her police officer brother to obviously ruin his career to get it for her?), nor its conclusion (with Delko positive for THC, and doing business with criminals, why was he forgiven so easily?).



    But most of all, I didn't understand the whole busines with the drug-dealer falling from the skylight. Why would he hide on a transparent skylight where he can be seen? Why would he "hide" right above the police officers, and the body? And when he falls down, knowing that he isn't guilty, why did he immediately rat out Delko? And what on earth was he trying to accomplish by ratting out Delko? He didn't try to get any deal (e.g., "if you set me free, I'll rat out a dirty officer"), and all he actually did was to get all the cops (accept one annoying IAB officer) really mad at him for ratting out their friend. A really stupid story... One of the worst episodes of this season :(moreless
  • I knew Delko wasnt using.

    9.5
    Unfortunately Delko's buying pot for his sister to help her with her cancer almost cost him his career. I never believed he was using and I am glad things worked out. Calliegh took back her lab which was great because that guy was an idiot. Bosworth really looked old. Stetler really has it bad for Horatio and the gang. What a sore looser. I mean just because he didnt get promoted and Horatio did. That happens all the time. Grow up!moreless
  • Yawn

    6.6
    The problem with CSI: Miami this season is that there is ever increasing focus on the investigaters particulary Horatio and Delko rather than the process and the solving of crime.



    This week a two bit drug dealer rats out Delko when he is caught falling through the roof on top of a similary morally disinhibited drug dealer. First of all why does Delko insist on trying to deal with the problem himself when Horatio has proven himself intent of protecting his team no matter what the cost. Ricks involvement was necessary whilst a nuicence to Horatio, excellant entertainment for the viewer. Whilst Rick as a recurring character is not the most likable he takes the role of trying to keep the force on the straight and narrow. His role is uneviable but it is there for a reason.



    Whilst the show tries to portray Horatio Caine as the Hero of the people here Horatio takes a morally questionable action for what is a firing offence for Delko. The maunverability of the American legal system and the whole thing with warrants and belivability of the witness means Delko escapes scott free by the skin of his teeth. Not even a reprimand. The murder mystery is buried under layers of Delko related sap. This episode doesn\'t do the story justice as too much screen time was about Delko.moreless
  • Shattered

    9.7
    A drug dealer is one top of the roof of a mans house that has been shot to death. We find out he's the dealer to Delko. Calleigh had the new "gun man" transfered because he wasn't cooperating. There were 2 shooters in the house. The second was outside. Delko is tested positive for THC. He has had contact to it from sitting with his sister while she smokes it b/c she's on Chemotherapy. Mr. Merrick says he didn't shoot the man and the felon did, but it was actually the exact opposite. The felon ran away from the bounty hunter.moreless
  • A good one

    9.3
    A Good episode... finally we came to realize if Delko was using drugs or not....

    Rick needs to find something to do with is life because this going after Horatio is getting tired...

    A think his episode reflected a little what makes this CSI diferent from the other.... the conection to the family... and like it should be... Family come first!! Very Good
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)

Brian Bosworth

Brian Bosworth

Bounty Hunter / Fischer

Guest Star

Dex Elliot Sanders

Dex Elliot Sanders

Jay Fisher

Guest Star

Jeremiah Birkett

Jeremiah Birkett

Johnny Nixon

Guest Star

Bellamy Young

Bellamy Young

Monica West

Recurring Role

Rex Linn

Rex Linn

Detective Frank Tripp

Recurring Role

Boti Bliss

Boti Bliss

Valera

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Markham: Dope dealer shot dope dealer. Come on, it's a victimless crime.
      Calleigh: It's about a man, a citizen of Miami, who was found dead in his home. And maybe he made some mistakes in his life, but it's not for you to judge. And that is what this crime is about, and that is why I'm taking back my lab.

    • (After Natalia who is not used to being at a crime scene, accidentally stepped on a piece of evidence)
      Ryan: You know what? You may have uncovered a key piece evidence. Next time, look with your eyes, not with your feet, okay?

    • (At the crime scene, Alexx is looking over the body)
      Calleigh: So somebody really did fall through the sky light.
      Alexx: Uh huh, used my boy here as a landing pad.
      (Calleigh is about to kneel to place numbers by casings)
      Alexx: Be careful of the glass honey, I've already torn up my pants.

    • Ryan: You live up the street? In this area?
      Natalia: It's a long story.
      Ryan: Well it can't be a bad one if it ended up in this neighbourhood.

    • Calleigh: Take your clothes off.
      Johnny: What?! Why?
      Ryan: Because we said so.
      Johnny: (Gestures at Calleigh) Not in front of her, man. That's embarassing.

    • Horatio: Turns out that we're after the same man, doesn't it?
      Bull Merrick: May the best man win.
      Horatio: I intend to...Bull.

    • (after finding a gun under her car seat)
      Tripp: That's not too sly sweetheart, we had 9-mil casings at the scene. You wanna explain that?
      D-Nasty: Look, T.J. Hooker, it's a coincidence.
      Tripp: No such thing.

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