"CSI: Miami" Hard Time (TV Episode ) - David Caruso as Horatio Caine - IMDb
Khandi Alexander, Rory Cochrane, David Caruso, Emily Procter and Adam Rodriguez star in Get premium, Image dated September 8, Emily Mallory Procter (born October 8, ) is an American actress. She played Ainsley Hayes in the NBC political drama The West Wing (, ) and Det. Calleigh Duquesne in the CBS police procedural drama CSI: Miami . "CSI: Miami's Emily Procter Talks White Collar: It's a Nice Way to Start Dating Again". Things have never been hotter in Miami for Emily Procter's character Calleigh and viewing dating from either the male or female side is different. something of a prot g of Horatio Caine (David Caruso), but lately she's.
It's not as though Delko hasn't had his share of problems, too. Do you think Calleigh has romantic feelings for Delko, or does she just see him as a good friend? I think she has to have romantic feelings for him.CSI:Miami Emily Procter & David Caruso Our victim died laughing Promo
He has been consistently there for her, always coming in at the 23rd hour to support her. So I think she definitely has romantic feelings for him. When do you think she figured out she had romantic feelings for Delko, or does she even know yet?
I don't think she is fully aware yet of her feelings for him. Which of the two do you think would be the better man for Calleigh? I don't feel like I know Jake well enough yet. In many ways, I think Jake is a less scary choice for her. I think she's less vulnerable with Jake. Odds are they have less shared experience [than she and Delko] aside from the undercover work.
She and Delko have gone through so much together. Of the two, which one would you prefer she end up with? I would never say!
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Have you seen both of them? In real life, I love it! I get to say to them, "[You get] your paycheck to come flirt with me. Do you enjoy working with Johnny Whitworth, who plays Jake? Johnny Whitworth has such a loving spirit! He called last night to make sure I was watching Rock of Love.
He's a very loving, warm person. I like them both so much. Is Jake going to be back soon? For this next episode it's just us and Stetler, but I really miss Johnny. What's it like playing the romantic angle with Adam after all of these years of working together?
I feel like Adam and I were, when the show first started, in a lot of scenes together and we developed a friendship. It's an old friendship at this point and we're very comfortable with each other at work. So it was a little weird at first [to play up the romantic chemistry], but I trust him completely! The episode "Stand Your Ground" really gave you a great storyline for Calleigh. I love that episode!
It was so much fun. What was your reaction to getting the script? I was so excited! It reminded me of the season before when I got to go underwater. Had the writers discussed it with you beforehand? Did you have any idea that was coming up? I had no idea. And she called me to say, "It's a great episode! We actually shot part of it during my birthday, so I was like, "This is such a great week!
Do you think what Calleigh went through in that episode will affect her in the future? I don't see how it couldn't. On our show, things go dormant for six or seven episodes and then suddenly [a plot thread comes up again and] it's like, "Hey, Clavo Cruz is back!
We were sorry when he was killed, because we just love him as an actor. Kind of like Stetler? If something happened to Stetler, all of us would be inconsolable! What do you think Calleigh thinks of Stetler?
The thing I love about Calleigh is that she is honest. I think she finds him to be a pot-stirrer for no reason. She doesn't care for his bureaucratic personality. He really is funny. Do you think she still looks to him for guidance? What really happened there--and people ask about it a lot--what really happened after those first seasons is that the demands of hour television are very stressful.
The producers thought better to come up with idea of how do you get the same amount of filming done in less time. What we started doing was filming simultaneously. And what ended up happening was, because of the way the show was set up, that David and I essentially got split off. A lot of times he'll be filming one episode and I'll be filming another episode. And so that's one of the things I'm [now] very excited about because this is my first episode back after the strike, I'm in scenes with David.
So when it starts off at the beginning of the season we're all together, but as [the season goes on] inevitably storylines separate. And a lot of it really has to do with timing. Ours is one of the only television shows where we only work twelve hours a day. We go in at seven and we're out at seven. A lot of shows finish up Friday night at two o'clock in the morning. Friday night at seven, the week ends.
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Now and then we'll slide a little bit, but very rarely. I think it's one of the things that makes our show so happy, and successful. And, you know, I have a really fun time working with David. I think we have a really nice chemistry together. I wouldn't be surprised if that was something that showed up again later, but it's about getting the show done.
But I am excited because we have a couple of scenes together! What do you think of the storyline with Horatio's son and his ex-lover?
I think the guy who plays Horatio's son [Evan Ellingson] is really talented. It's fun to have him on.
And I've known Elizabeth for years, so it's an incredible treat for me because I get to hang out with Elizabeth and to catch up on her life again.
But it's so hard for me to separate the storyline and the personal interest. So you can't really hate Horatio's ex because she's played by your friend! You will definitely enjoy them much better than this piece of dung.
Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Zuiker describes the hard-working assignments carried out by the Miami-DadeFlorida police department's Crime Scene Investigations unit led by Horatio Caine David Carusothis role is loosely based upon LAPD bomb squad technician Detective John Haynesa former homicide detective who makes friendly connections with his staff.
Horatio becomes emotionally involved in cases and often offers pointed quotations to illustrate his reaction. He leads firmly a group of investigators who work crimes amid sunny landscapescultural crossroads and surroundings of Miami.
The expert investigators use the best scientific and technical methods to resolve enigmasanalyze the evidence to resolve the killings and detain delinquents to vindicate justiceutilizing complex analysis and the occasional leap in logic. At the conclusion of each case the culprits almost always confess their guilt to investigators that would most assuredly not be the people interviewing them. This exciting series formed by episodes packs thrilling reconstructionsa moving atmosphere by means of shaky camerareal investigationsand excellent action scenes in a really dynamic style.
Of all the actors who have appearedonly David Caruso and Emily Procter have been seen in every segment from the beginning. The action moments are compactly made and fast moving CSI producers and CBS agreed to create this spin-off series in the hope of being the first to copy the original CSI series.
While the majority of the techniques and technologies used in the CSI shows are accurate and true to realitythe writers and crew readily admit that they "time cheat"tests that take seconds in the show often take days or even weeks in real life.
In most exterior scenes giving an appearance that it just rainedit could be to set the mood and imply the humidity of Florida. There are nice actors who play these notorious charactersthey are are the followings: As a newcomer, he joined the Bomb Squad for a few monthsand subsequently to head the CSI team but created a rivalry with Stetlerwho was transferred to Internal Affairs.
Horatio has a younger brother, who died in active service while under cover in a drug cartelyears later Caine discovered that Ray was alive and working for the Secret Service.