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CSI: Miami: All In (2)

Horatio is transported back to Miami to help the team find Calleigh, who's been kidnapped and forced to cover up a murder. While at the scene of the kidnapping, they notice that an ambush took place, involving Calleigh fainting from chloroform. Later on, one of the kidnappers turns himself in to the CSI's and tells them the location of Calleigh... but to arrest the remaining kidnapper without Calleigh becoming a victim, they cook up a poker plan, hoping that the kidnapper will "fold" after "all in".

Episode Info

Episode number: 6x16
Airdate: Tuesday April 01st, 2008

Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) Oct 14, 2008
AU (Nine Network) Oct 19, 2008
UK (Channel 5) Nov 18, 2008


Guest Stars
Anne Rose HopkinsAnne Rose Hopkins
As Pamela Osborne
Boti Ann BlissBoti Ann Bliss
As Maxine Valera
Brendan FehrBrendan Fehr
As Dan Cooper
Chase Ryan JefferyChase Ryan Jeffery
As Bart
Cornell WomackCornell Womack
As Ted Wallace
David Lee SmithDavid Lee Smith
As Rick Stetler
Elizabeth BerkleyElizabeth Berkley
As Julia Winston
Giancarlo EspositoGiancarlo Esposito
As Chief Braga
Greg CollinsGreg Collins
As U.S. Marshall
Kim CoatesKim Coates
As Ron Saris
Lisa SheridanLisa Sheridan
As Kathleen Newberry
Paul James (1)Paul James (1)
As Duncan
Sofia MilosSofia Milos
As Yelina Salas
Main Cast
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Emily ProcterEmily Procter
As Calleigh Duquesne
Adam RodriguezAdam Rodriguez
As Eric 'Delko' Delektorsky
Jonathan TogoJonathan Togo
As Ryan Wolfe
Rex LinnRex Linn
As Detective Frank Tripp
Eva La RueEva La Rue
As Natalia Boa Vista
Khandi AlexanderKhandi Alexander
As Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods
Episode Quotes
Horatio's One-Liner:
Horatio: Mala Noche justice... meet Miami justice.

Cultural References
Title: All In

All In is a poker term referring to when a player wishes to continue playing, but cannot continue betting higher due to lack of funds. The player indicates "all in", and any additional non-matching funds put into the pot are placed into a side pot available only to (and eventually won by) the other players who were not "all-in"... It is possible to have multiple players go into the "all in" state, splitting the full, final pot among several different people.

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