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CSI: Miami: Bolt Action

The team investigates why three volleyball players mysteriously dropped dead right after an exciting game, and Horatio notices that all three of them had burn marks under their feet, which leads the team to believe they were all electrocuted from wires in the sand. However, Calleigh and Jesse follow the wires, but end up on a dead end. Meanwhile, Calleigh and Delko testify their stories about the situation where Delko was shot last season (episode 725), and Ryan fears that they both might lose their jobs.

Episode Info

Episode number: 8x3
Airdate: Monday October 05th, 2009

Director: Gina Lamar
Writer: Melissa Scrivner

Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) Mar 19, 2010
UK (Channel 5) Jul 27, 2010

  • Currently 8.8/10
8.8/10 (14 Votes cast)


Guest Stars
Christian Clemenson
As Dr. Tom Loman
David Lee Smith
As Rick Stetler
Kate Lang Johnson
As Hailey Collins
Omar Benson Miller
As Walter Simmons
Ben Milliken
As Chad Bowen
Blair Redford
As Troy Billings
Cheryl Ladd
As Amanda Collins
Jason Hasting
As Peter Markham
John Terry
As Dean Collins
Lori Lively
As Krystal
Stephen Bishop (1)
As Hazmat Team Leader
Tia Carrere
As Jacqueline Parsons
Main Cast
David Caruso
As Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Emily Procter
As Calleigh Duquesne
Adam Rodriguez
As Eric 'Delko' Delektorsky
Jonathan Togo
As Ryan Wolfe
Rex Linn
As Detective Frank Tripp
Eva La Rue
As Natalia Boa Vista
Eddie Cibrian
As Jesse Cardoza
Episode Notes
The filming of this episode began on August 10th, 2009.

Rating: 13.43 million viewers.

Cultural References
Title: "Bolt Action"

Although there is no direct reference, the title is also the name of a firearm action of taking the weapon's bolt and manually operating it by the opening and closing of the breech with a handle.

Warning: CSI: Miami season 8 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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