Meanwhile, in a move designed to make things look bleaker for Repkin, Calleigh's looking for him on the security camera logs; she finds him standing in plain view and, in her words, "playing pocket pool." Once she sees that, she looks sickened. Then she finds Horatio and tells him, "[Repkin] was playing pocket pool just before the alarms went full blast, on camera, the whole time." Horatio realizes that this more or less negates Repkin as a suspect as he says, "On camera the whole time." Calleigh says, "But he still violated parole, and he is still going back to prison." See, I can't get over this, because they basically picked up the guy based on information that became available only after they illegally got his print. At this point, the next spin-off the CSI brain trust does should be DA: Miami, where the perpetually put-upon Joe O'Rourke (Tate Donovan) and his team of lawyers (Felicity Huffman as his right-hand woman; Neil Patrick Harris, Scott Wolf, and Marisa Coughlan as the fresh-out-of-law-school prosecutors) have to try and handle the myriad legal problems the CSI team presents with each alleged perp they apprehend. Horatio isn't content with knowing that they're putting away this guy: "He is not our guy then. Do you know how many children a pedophile molests during a lifetime on average? A recent study says 150. One hundred and fifty." Calleigh asks, "What if they're caught?" Horatio replies, "Down to 65." Calleigh points out, "Then we can still save 85 children." "Let's work for that," he replies, and wheels off.
Episode Report CardSobell: C- | 459 USERS: C+
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