CSI: Miami/Nothing to Lose

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Nothing to Lose
Season 3, Episode 16
Airdate February 21, 2005
Production Number 316
Writer(s) Elizabeth Devine,
Marc Dube
Director(s) Karen Gaviola
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Nothing to Lose is the sixteenth episode of the third season of CSI: Miami, and the sixty-fourth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Logan Bartholomew (Dalton Travers), Shelli Bergh (Paula Muro), Alex Buck (Raymond Caine Jr), Jesse Burch (Mort Shapiro), Cate Cohen (Nurse), Christopher Cousins (Cyrus Templeton), Kyndell Rose Crowell (Madison Keaton), Michael Cudlitz ('Mac' MacKern), Jeffrey Donovan (Todd Kendrick), Jennifer Gatti (Claire Bushnell), Miles Heizer (Johnny Templeton), Brian Howe (Dale Buford), Tyler Kain (Patty James), Arielle Kebbel (Pam Carter), Michael Kozak (Andrew), Rex Linn (Detective Frank Tripp), Judson Mills (Ty Radcliffe), Lochlyn Munro (Rick Adams), David Paetkau (Jeff McGill), Eric Pierpoint (Fire Chief Kyle Donaldson), Hector Atreyu Ruiz (Rico Garza), Azura Skye (Susie Barnam Keaton), Jacques C. Smith (Watch Sergeant), Don Swayze (Norm Buford), John Terlesky (Larry Van Owen), Sarah Trigger (Patty Johanson), Armando Valdes-Kennedy (Aaron Price)


Plot Overview

Evidence leads the CSIs to believe that someone started a massive fire in the Everglades in order to cover up a murder. Local prisoners are brought in as free manpower to help fight the wild fire in the Everglades; however, when a serial killer escapes the scene, Horatio must track him down before he strikes again. Meanwhile, the body of a local college student is found shot to death and the fire has destroyed the crime scene and the evidence. However, when the team uncovers an illegal moonshine operation and homemade ammunitions in the vicinity, the CSIs uncover the real reason why the boy was out there.


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