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Golden Parachute 

Insurance agent Scott Eric Sommer's private plane crashes in the Everglades after his pilot was shot. Only Sommer himself is found alive. His accountant seems to have struggled and jumped out. The firm was under SEC investigation.

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Scott Sommer
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Mrs. Colucci
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Christina Maria Colucci
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Insurance agent Scott Eric Sommer's private plane crashes in the Everglades after his pilot was shot. Only Sommer himself is found alive. His accountant seems to have struggled and jumped out. The firm was under SEC investigation.

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This episode is based on a real plane crash that occurred in the Florida Everglades in May 1996. See more »

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When Horatio finds the fire extinguisher used to strike the victim's hand that produces the distinctive bruising pattern, in the flashback, the murderer is only shown striking the victim's hand once after clearly missing her hand the first time. Earlier in the episode, Dr. Woods and Horatio found two such bruises on the victim's hand. See more »

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[Horatio & Eric arrive upon the scene of an airplane crash]
Eric Delko: [to phone] Flight 906, outbound Miami to D.C. Dropped off the radar at 0820, crashed right after takeoff.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: How many on board?
Eric Delko: [to Horatio] NTSB confirms 2 pilots, 6 passengers - total of 8 souls.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: 8 souls unaccounted for, OK.
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First CSI Miami Show!
29 March 2013 | by (Seymour Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Well officially if you do not count the episode of the crossover with CSI LV. As this is how David Caruso redeemed himself in his new trademark role of Horatio Caine. As the team investigates the downing of a private plane.

Everybody on board is dead except the chairman and owner. As the team finds out that his firm was being investigated by the SEC. For the team has to figure out why he is the only one alive. And if he had cause for to get everybody on board except himself killed. In order to leave no witnesses.

The show and dialogue can be lame. But also it does have a little more personality and heart than the LV and not as dark as NY is. But still, it is one show I miss despite not being a Caruso fan.


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