Monday, November 7

Moment's In Season 2

Season 2
Episode 2.02 - Dead Zone. This is where the flirtation is kind of obvious. Eric has gone diving at a salvage site and found what may have led to a murder, and Horatio and Calleigh are waiting for him back on the boat. As he strips off his gear (too bad for us he didn't take off the wet suit, too!) Calleigh asks what he found. Eric playfully responds "I swear I saw a mermaid." Calleigh's response is a playful and flirtatious "Dream on, Diver Man." This shows how comfortable they are with each other- who else could comment on something like that in that manner except close friends...or people that are more than friends?

Episode 2.03
- Hard Time. This episode has to do with a rape victim who keeps fighting. Her "body" is found in a partially constructed condo. Eric was originally supposed to be on the call out, but he called Calleigh to cover for him, which she did. (and obviously this isn't the last time she's covered for him either) Calleigh does get a little angry with him for being late (again) but keeps it between herself and Eric that she thinks they never would've found the girl alive if he'd been the one that had to be at the scene.

Episode 2.04 - Death Grip. When a young white girl is kidnapped, the entire city goes on full alert. Later on, the team discovers the same kidnapper may have been involved in the kidnap and murder of a young Cuban girl. Eric is pissed and frustrated at the blatant discrimination shown by the authorities - who pulled out all the stops for the white girl, but dismissed the Cuban girl as a runaway. Calleigh is the only one who sees Eric's frustration and tries to comfort him. When Eric attends the Cuban girl's wake, Calleigh shows up to support him. Also, when guest star Jeff Corwin gets a little enthusiastic about Eric introducing him to Calleigh, Eric says 'Easy!', as if to ward him off.

Episode 2.05 - The Best Defense. Calleigh has been "secretly" seeing Detective John Hagen when her dad shows up wanting her to examine the evidence to one of his cases. The case is assigned to Eric, who Hagen tells to dismiss what turns out to be important evience. When Calleigh finds Eric to check his progress, he tells her what Hagen wanted him to do, which also shows that most of Eric's reason for not liking Hagen has to do with Calleigh. Eric also tells Calleigh that he knows about her and Hagen. Calleigh later confronts Hagen and breaks up with him.

Episode 2.06 - Hurricane Anthony. Calleigh and Eric don't really work this case together. However, the Eric and Calleigh moment is at the end, when they compliment each other on solving their respective parts of the case. Eric tells Calleigh that she'd be the only person he knows that would find something good to come out of a hurricane, which makes her smile.

Episode 2.07
- Grand Prix. The Eric and Calleigh moments are mainly just them teasing each other about something or other. There's also a scene where Eric is trying to get some help from the pit crews and having no luck. When Calleigh stops by and tries her hand, he is shocked to see how easy and quick it seems to be for Calleigh to do stuff like that!

Episode 2.10 - Extreme. Eric gets into a fight and Calleigh is worried. Calleigh gets a little jealous when she finds out it's about a woman.

Episode 2.11 -
Complications. Here is another example of their comfortable brand of teasing that can only occur between close friends. Eric is examining the rope used to hang a man in his condo and Calleigh makes the very cliche joke, "Are you tied up?", to which Eric responds, "Cute." with a smile. When she disappointedly asks if she's been beat to it with the joke, Eric can only laugh and tell her that the entire day shift pretty much used the same method.

Episode 2.14 - Stalkerazzi. This is another episode with some seemingly innocent teasing between Eric and Calleigh while working a case. Calleigh is looking through photos and Eric comes in and makes a flip book out of them, thus bringing them to the conclusion that there was something going on that had the people in the pictures looking in a different direction from their original target. More teasing ensues in the firearms lab when Eric comes in, asking the same question of Calleigh and getting his exact answer from her.

Episode 2.15 - Invasion. A man is taken from his home after an apparently random home invasion. There is never a ransom call, so everyone assumes the worst, especially when the man is identified as a wealthy surfboard manufacturer. Eric and Calleigh really show the extent of their friendship here, when they argue over the fairness of Eric getting to go up in a helicopter to scan the city with a thermal viewer to locate the dump site for the man's body. Eric's rationale is that he was on hand when Horatio ordered the sky search, which entitles him to go. At this point, Calleigh is basically pouting when she tells him that she "expects pictures" since she can't go with him.

Episode 2.18 - Wannabe. A body is found inside a dumpster, covered by ants. Eric asks Calleigh if she wants to do the honors, but Calleigh nervously reveals she has ant phobia. Eric takes over, and later encourages Calleigh to get over her fears by allowing her to crawl inside an ant tank. To this date, Eric is the only member of the team who knows about her fear of ants.

Episode 2.21 - Not Landing. Eric and Calleigh work a case where a pilot who lives in an airstrip neighborhood crash lands on the beach. They find that one of the neighbors is a tech-inclined Peeping Tom, and bet each other on which of the neighbors it is. Calleigh wins and Eric pays up, commenting that his lost bet at least pays for a search warrant.

Episode 2.23 - MIA/NYC- Non- Stop. This is the crossover episode for CSI:NY, where Horatio goes to New York to track down a murderer. The Eric and Calleigh scene is when they start discussing the possibilities of their suspect originally being from New York, or that he still lives under an assumed name.

Scene of E/C MOMENT IN Season 2




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