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CSI: Miami: Dead on Arrival

The CSI’s investigate how a reality dating show could turn into a crime scene when a bachelor is about to propose to one of the remaining two women, but winds up holding her hand after she is discovered dead in the limousine. The team finds out that the killer had crawled into the limousine while the driver had a break and had pushed a large ice cube into her stomach. Meanwhile, Kyle sees Tara take a pill in the morgue and doesn’t believe her when she says it was aspirin.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x22
Airdate: Monday April 27th, 2009

Director: Gina Lamar
Writer: Corey Miller (1)

Alternate Airdates:

NL (RTL 5) Oct 20, 2009
UK (Channel 5) Nov 24, 2009

Guest Stars
Boti Ann BlissBoti Ann Bliss
As Valera
Christopher RedmanChristopher Redman
As Michael Travers
Mike PniewskiMike Pniewski
As Russell Keener
Adrianne PalickiAdrianne Palicki
As Marisa Dixon
Austin HighsmithAustin Highsmith
As Grace Carlson
Diedrich BaderDiedrich Bader
As Myles Martini
Jordan BelfiJordan Belfi
As Neil Palmer
Joy Leslie HadnottJoy Leslie Hadnott
As Erica Zabel
Kelly OvertonKelly Overton
As Kaitlin Sawyer
Russell RichardsonRussell Richardson
As Cody Barton
Tiffany BrouwerTiffany Brouwer
As Cocktail Waitress
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
Megalyn EchikunwokeMegalyn Echikunwoke
As Medical Examiner Tara Price
Episode Notes
This episode uses "Dead on Arrival" as a title, which is what the CSI/medical term "DOA" stands for.

Cultural References
Title Reference: "Dead on Arrival".

Dead on Arrival, abbreviated DOA, is a CSI/medical term declaring a person is dead when the first police officers arrive at the scene. No matter if the police officers gave the victim resuscitation or not, if a person doesn't have a pulse, is not breathing and does not have any other signs of being alive, the victim is announced DOA.

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