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"Death Pool 100"
CSI: Miami episode
Episode no. Season 5
Episode 3
Written by Ann Donahue
Elizabeth Devine
Directed by Sam Hill
Production no. 503
Original airdate October 2, 2006
Guest stars

Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon
Mike Batayeh
Jesse Marchant
Heather Sossaman
Christine Lakin
Scottie Thompson
Todd Williams
Cyia Batten
Max Burkholder
Jason Lao

Season 5 episodes
  1. Rio
  2. Going Under
  3. Death Pool 100
  4. If Looks Could Kill
  5. Death Eminent
  6. Curse of the Coffin
  7. High Octane
  8. Darkroom
  9. Going Going Gone
  10. Come As You Are
  11. Backstabbers
  12. Internal Affairs
  13. Throwing Heat
  14. No Man's Land
  15. Man Down
  16. Broken Home
  17. A Grizzly Murder
  18. Triple Threat
  19. Bloodline
  20. Rush
  21. Just Murdered
  22. Burned
  23. Kill Switch
  24. Born to Kill
List of CSI: Miami (season 5) episodes

"Death Pool 100" is the third episode in the fifth season of the American crime drama CSI: Miami. The episode first aired on October 2, 2006. Making this the 100th episode of the series.

Plot

Several armed men invade a pool party attended by high-profile socialites and celebrities and demand the women to hand over their jewelry before leaving in a frenzy. Frank and Horatio find the body of a young man Ethan Parker next to the pool. Screams are heard and a body of a young woman, later identified as Dakota Hudson, is seen floating in the pool. Horatio speaks to one of the guest, a well-known jeweler who tells him that the jewelry stolen are his craftsmanship, worth millions of dollars. As investigations go under way, Horatio gets wind that the son of a suspect had gone missing. The team uncover two different motives for their two murder victims and a sticky web of jealousy and greed behind each victim's murder.

See also

  • List of CSI: Miami episodes

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