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October 13, 2015

Emily Procter

Emily Procter Dishes on the Duquesne-Delko 'CSI: Miami' Relationship (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 5th 2011 8:00PM
Emily Procter stopped by 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) to chat about her show 'CSI: Miami' and being a new mom. She's so thankful to be on the show, now entering its 10th season, that she went back to work only four-and-a-half weeks after having a baby last December.

When Sara Gilbert asked if her character Calleigh Duquesne's relationship with Eric Delko was toned down because of her pregnancy. "I don't know why they did that. I can't be with my fake boyfriend when I'm having a baby with my real boyfriend?" Procter joked.

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CSI: Miami: Seeing Red (season finale) - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted May 19th 2009 10:24AM
CSI: MiamiSo this was the big season finale (wth a Mentalist title), where "good cops" turned "bad" (according to the previews). Can I assume that the officers in question didn't actually turn completely bad, it was for a very good reason? Or will next season have the team hunting down Horatio Caine, who has become a relentless killer?

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CSI: Miami: Collateral Damage - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted May 5th 2009 11:33AM
CSI: MiamiDid you see the commercials for this episode? They showed the first bomb going off and said something along the lines of "the first blast with stun you." Then they showed the grenade falling down off the coroner table and said something about that plot twist. You know what CSI: Miami? If you show us all the plot twists, it's impossible for them to "stun" us. Remember the days when TV shows (and movies) actually didn't show the important parts of an episode?

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CSI: Miami - Born to Kill (season finale)

by Jonathan Toomey, posted May 15th 2007 1:01AM

Emily Procter and Johnny Whitworth

(S05E24) This was a bit of a departure in terms of what we've come to expect from a season finale in the world of CSI, be it Vegas, New York, or Miami. I'm not complaining though. This episode felt much more like a wrap up of the fifth season of CSI: Miami and rather than leave us hanging with a ton of questions (there were a few), it left me feeling far more satisfied than I expected. Especially since we can look forward to plenty of new developments in the fall. I actually felt much better that one spoiler which had been floating around, never came to fruition. It appears that the whole mess with Horatio being in a plane crash may have just been an exaggeration of the van crash that did occur in the episode. For once, I was glad we didn't get a grand, nail-biting finale.

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