CSI: Miami (season 7)

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CSI: Miami Season 7
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DVD Cover Art
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 25
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 22, 2008 (2008-09-22) – May 18, 2009 (2009-05-18)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 15, 2009[1]
Season chronology
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CSI: Miami (season 6)
List of CSI: Miami episodes

The seventh season of CSI: Miami premiered on CBS on September 22, 2008 and ended May 18, 2009. Megalyn Echikunwoke joined the cast, but left after 22 episodes. Khandi Alexander and Sofia Milos made guest appearances throughout the season.

Notable Cast Members[edit]

Actor Character Main cast Recurring cast
David Caruso Horatio Caine entire season N/A
Emily Procter Calleigh Duquesne entire season N/A
Adam Rodriguez Eric Delko entire season N/A
Jonathan Togo Ryan Wolfe entire season N/A
Rex Linn Frank Tripp entire season N/A
Eva LaRue Natalia Boa Vista entire season N/A
Megalyn Echikunwoke Tara Price episodes 7-24 episodes 2-6
Christopher Redman Michael Travers N/A 10 Episodes
Sofia Milos Yelina Salas N/A 3 episodes
Khandi Alexander Alexx Woods N/A episode 14

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
143 1 "Resurrection" Joe Chappelle Barry O'Brien September 22, 2008 (2008-09-22) 17.23[2]
The team searches for the person who shot Horatio while he was standing on an airport tarmac. Several suspects quickly emerge, and one of them is a member of the team. The investigation propels the team to track down and recover cases of fused-alloy bullets capable of piercing armored vehicles that are already flooding the streets of Miami.
144 2 "Won't Get Fueled Again" Matt Earl Beesley Corey Evett & Matt Partney September 29, 2008 (2008-09-29) 14.35[3]

A man who was set on fire crashes through a beach party and dies on the sand. The probe reveals the victim was involved in stealing gasoline from high-end vehicles and that he may have stumbled onto a much bigger crime taking place. A new medical examiner, Tara Price joins the team and immediately catches Delko's eye.

First appearance of: Tara Price.
145 3 "And How Does That Make You Kill?" Sam Hill Tamara Jaron October 6, 2008 (2008-10-06) 13.88[4]
The death of a psychiatrist's daughter has unfortunate complications when Eric reveals he is one of her patients. Valera returns, and the lab gets a new trace technician, Luke Reynolds.
146 4 "Raging Cannibal" Gina Lamar Brian Davidson October 13, 2008 (2008-10-13) 13.22[5]
Two men found dead in the Everglades, with one showing signs of being the victim of a cannibal, may be connected to a Mixed Martial Arts gym run by a shadowy Russian.
147 5 "Bombshell" Eric Mirich Marc Dube October 20, 2008 (2008-10-20) 13.51[6]
Horatio intervenes when Julia is caught bouncing checks, then intervenes when Kyle fights with a neighbor. When the neighbor turns up dead, Horatio is faced with putting his son behind bars. Meanwhile, is the explosion at an upscale boutique a random act or was the victim targeted?
148 6 "Wrecking Crew" Joe Chappelle Corey Miller November 3, 2008 (2008-11-03) 12.74[7]
During a big gang trial a witness is murdered in front of two CSIs, forcing the team to try to find another way to take down the gang's leader.
149 7 "Cheating Death" Sam Hill Krystal Houghton November 10, 2008 (2008-11-10) 13.82[8]

Horatio and his team of CSIs investigate the murder of a con man who conned married women into sex to steal their money. They wouldn't go to the police because they didn't want their husbands to find out that they cheated on them. They are found in a hotel by the manager, the woman covered in blood with no memory of what happened, and the man cuffed to the bed post and stabbed to death. The team believes it was either a revenge killing by one of the women or their husbands, or could it be something more?

Note: Megalyn Echikunwoke is added to the opening credits and as such, is now a series regular.
150 8 "Gone Baby Gone" Carey Meyer Dominic Abeyta November 17, 2008 (2008-11-17) 15.46[9]
A 10-month-old girl is snatched from her mother at an outdoor restaurant by a man and a woman. Soon, a $500,000 ransom is demanded, but Calleigh urges the parents not to pay it to ensure the girl is kept alive. The investigation reveals the person behind the kidnapping may be someone closer to the case than at first imagined.
151 9 "Power Trip" Joe Chappelle Corey Evett & Matt Partney November 24, 2008 (2008-11-24) 14.33[10]
A corpse showing similar wounds to a prior homicide brings an overzealous detective into contact with the team. But is he more than just a cop with a grudge?
152 10 "The DeLuca Motel" Gina Lamar Sunil Nayar December 8, 2008 (2008-12-08) 13.79[11]
When a shooter targets the motel where Delko is staying, Horatio must look into Delko's past to find the killer.
153 11 "Tipping Point" Marco Black Brian Davidson December 15, 2008 (2008-12-15) 14.56[12]
The CSIs investigate the murder of a neighborhood do-gooder who was known on the streets as Reverend Mike for his work trying to keep kids out of gangs.
154 12 "Head Case" Sam Hill Tamara Jaron January 12, 2009 (2009-01-12) 15.83[13]
The CSI team uses radical technology and try unveiling a man's secret who is covered in blood with no memory of his origin.
155 13 "And They're Offed" Matt Earl Beesley Barry O'Brien January 19, 2009 (2009-01-19) 14.58[14]
A murder is committed at a horse race, and Horatio finds out that Ryan is connected to the case.
156 14 "Smoke Gets in Your CSI's" Joe Chappelle Krystal Houghton February 2, 2009 (2009-02-02) 16.10[15]
While Calleigh and Ryan investigate a body inside the attic of an empty house, someone traps them in there and sets fire to the house. Later, Calleigh suffers from respiratory problems, prompting Eric to admit to Calleigh that "he can't imagine living his life without her." Alexx Woods comes back to save Calleigh from dying. Meanwhile, the rest of the team keeps searching for the murderer of that man found at the house. They discover a black market for human organs.
157 15 "Presumed Guilty" Larry Detwiler Corey Miller February 9, 2009 (2009-02-09) 13.81[16]
Horatio and the team go head-to-head with a defense attorney who may be involved in a murder cover-up.
158 16 "Sink or Swim" Sam Hill Marc Dube March 2, 2009 (2009-03-02) 13.42[17]
During the murder investigation of Derek Powell's fiancee, Eric is thrown in jail due to his failure to come to terms with his fake birth certificate and his father is no help. After that Calleigh and Eric share their first canon kiss. (Guest starring Sean Combs and Danneel Harris.)
159 17 "Divorce Party" Karen Gaviola Corey Evett & Matt Partney March 9, 2009 (2009-03-09) 14.22[18]
The CSIs must solve a bizarre case involving a dead man who had two separate lives. Horatio tries to save Kyle from Julia's erratic parenting.
160 18 "Flight Risk" Joe Chappelle Sunil Nayar March 16, 2009 (2009-03-16) 13.61[19]
When a stewardess is found stabbed on a plane, the CSIs learn all the dirty secrets of air travel.
161 19 "Target Specific" Sam Hill Tamara Jaron March 23, 2009 (2009-03-23) 13.67[20]
The team's discovery that they are being targeted by the Russian Mob shows a simple home invasion in a new light. At the end, it is revealed that the Mob kidnapped Ryan and are holding him hostage while also torturing him.
162 20 "Wolfe In Sheep's Clothing" Carey Meyer Krystal Houghton March 30, 2009 (2009-03-30) 13.46[21]
When Ryan is kidnapped and tortured by the Russian mob, he is forced to clean up a crime scene and frame a man for murder in order to save the life of a young boy who the Mob have taken prisoner. It is up to Horatio and the team to find their location and save the hostage before time runs out.
163 21 "Chip/Tuck" Allison Liddi-Brown Brian Davidson April 13, 2009 (2009-04-13) 13.39[22]
Ron Saris returns, seeking revenge on Julia, after Horatio discovers him in connection with a murder tied to extreme plastic surgery.
164 22 "Dead on Arrival" Gina Lamar Corey Miller April 27, 2009 (2009-04-27) 12.12[23]
During the reality show Marrying Kind, the woman chosen by the Prince Charming to be his wife is murdered. The main suspect is the one who was rejected. Then, the CSIs delve into the scandalous world of TV dating shows. They discover that some of the contestants weren't in the program to find a husband. Also, Horatio tries to protect one of the women from a man who was spying on them by a window.
165 23 "Collateral Damage" Sam Hill Marc Dube May 4, 2009 (2009-05-04) 13.72[24]
Horatio and the team work to figure out why a seemingly normal family was targeted in a brutal grenade attack in a restaurant. As they dig through the family's and restaurant employees' backgrounds, they find more to the story than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Ryan catches Tara doing something suspicious.
166 24 "Dissolved" Matt Earl Beesley Corey Evett & Matt Partney May 11, 2009 (2009-05-11) 13.59[25]

The CSIs investigate the case of a man boiled alive in Ron Saris's pool. Julia spirals out of control and one of the team's darkest secrets comes to light.

Final appearance of: Tara Price, Ron Saris and Julia Winston
167 25 "Seeing Red" Joe Chappelle Barry O'Brien May 18, 2009 (2009-05-18) 14.20[26]

Russian mob boss Ivan Sarnoff escapes from prison after being poisoned. Meanwhile, Yelina's undercover role is discovered and Horatio fights to save her; Delko considers helping his criminal father who was involved in Ivan's escape, even though Calleigh pleads with him not to. Story continues in the first episode of season eight.

Final appearance of: Yelina Salas

See also[edit]

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