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CSI: Miami: Miami, We Have A Problem

When a dead body drops from the sky, Horatio and the CSIs believe the victim was a NASA astronaut and Dr. Tom Loman suspects the man died somehow in zero gravity. This causes the owner of the only private space travel in Miami to become a suspect. Meanwhile, Walter and Jesse take a trip in the Vomit Comet to figure out what really happened in the first case where the murder might've happened in zero gravity.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 8x15
Airdate: Monday February 08th, 2010

Director: Sam Hill
Writer: Brian Davidson

Alternate Airdates:

UK (Channel 5) Oct 19, 2010
NL (RTL 5) Jan 02, 2011

Guest Stars
Christian ClemensonChristian Clemenson
As Tom Loman
Christopher RedmanChristopher Redman
As Michael Travers
Flex AlexanderFlex Alexander
As Beau Lendell
Clare CareyClare Carey
As Janet Gardner
David ChisumDavid Chisum
As Keith Palmer
Mike FoyMike Foy
As Kurt
Ted KingTed King
As Sam Gardner
Thad LuckinbillThad Luckinbill
As Dominic Cross
Main Cast
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Jonathan TogoJonathan Togo
As Ryan Wolfe
Eva La RueEva La Rue
As Natalia Boa Vista
Omar Benson MillerOmar Benson Miller
As Walter Simmons
Eddie CibrianEddie Cibrian
As Jesse Cardoza
Episode Notes
It was originally believed this episode would be called "Day and Night (1)".

Cultural References
Title Reference: "Miami, We Have A Problem".

Due to the the fact that this episode is about a murder in Outer Space, the title is a reference to the commonly-used expression and statement "Houston, We Have A Problem". This expression is mostly used by astronauts during trips to other planets, or when a problem is in their spacecraft on the way. However, due to the popularity of the expression, some people around the world say the name of a place, person or company instead of "Houston" and then declare a problem.

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