Entrance wound – spotlight on the episode facts

Hello, CSI: Miami Maniacs! It is so nice to see you visiting again. I am glad that the last article was so popular and commented and hope it will be the same with this short spotlight on the episode “Entrance Wound”.

Plot summary

Not sure if everyone has seen Entrance wound so please let me start with a short episode summary.
Colleagues making love during lunch find a naked female prostitute’s corpse under the hotel room bed. Room and body were washed with cardamom-scented soap. A fingerprint points to known criminal Cole Judson, but Horatio finds it was fabricated by the real killer, using an epoxy-negative and oil, and searches who could have framed Cole and why she was killed. German tourist Werner Roebling’s wife Greta Roebling claims he chased the carjacker of their rental on foot – suspiciously senseless – and got shot a bit further on the street. A video seems to confirm this, but Eric Delko digs deeper.

Goofs

Enough of being deadly serious. Let’s focus on this episode’s fun fact related to speaking a foreign language. Admit, who of you speaks more than only English.

Revealing mistakes

Greta Roebling’s accent isn’t actually German. It’s obvious that the actress tries to imitate an accent.

Quotes

This time I have prepared some episode quotes for you. Did you know any of these by heart?
Calleigh Duquesne: You know, it’s bad enough when you’re in that awkward stage between boy and cold-blooded killer, but it’s even worse when grandma’s kiss links you to the scene.
 
Tim Speedle: You’re trying to identify the DNA of the mold?
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: Yes, I am. Which would mean the smear from the bungalow could only come from a single host colony, like the killer’s bathroom.
Tim Speedle: Mold’s a primitive organism.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: But if it’s biological, it has DNA.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: You have a forensics buff in the house.
Mrs. Bastille: They’re Lee’s. He can’t get enough. I think they’re disgusting. No… no offense.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: [smiling] No, none taken.
Detective Christian Brunner: The only surprise there is the ex didn’t find a stash of violent porn.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: So you think his alibi is going to clear him, huh?
Detective Christian Brunner: Read the M.E.’s report again. She was killed at approximately seven p.m.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: “Approximately” seven p.m. Time of death is always the most fluid aspect of any crime. I mean, even you should know that.

Wrap up

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