Eric Delko and Calleigh Duquesne are the oldest members of Horatio's team.
An underwater recovery and ballistics expert respectively, Eric and Calleigh share a long, complicated history of friendship and often a bit of ambiguity.
10 episode of “CSI: Miami” contained a scene that confused many fans.
As it turns out, it also confused the two actors involved, Emily Procter and Adam Rodriguez.
I just thought we weren’t addressing it or whatever. I didn’t know we broke up.” “I didn’t think that we broke up,” says Procter. Because on that Sunday night, I was getting all these phone calls.
She is fluent in Spanish and has a bachelor's degree in physics from Tulane University.But the beating heart of the episode belongs to Calleigh Duquesne, who pulls the trigger on what promises to be a life-changing decision — and one that prompts Delko to go out on a limb himself. “His willingness to take on that responsibility is an indication of how much he wants this relationship.” CBS Renews 18 Total Shows, Fate of Two s Left Up In the Air However this shakes out — the story further develops in the yet-to-be-renewed crime drama’s Season 10 finale, airing in two weeks — Procter and Rodriguez are just both enthused to see movement on the personal front for this pair.Finale Shocker: [Spoiler] Will Destroy Horatio’s Team! “I always thought it would be interesting to see what it would be like to work with someone you’re married to,” says Procter.We saw Eric sitting back and exhibiting a little jealousy every time Calleigh talked to John Hagen, and as Eric's feelings for Calleigh developed and came to the forefront, his discomfort and perhaps disapproval of Calleigh's current boyfriend, Jake Berkeley, became evident.We saw Calleigh exhibiting a little bit of jealousy as well when she thought Marisol (Eric's sister) was actually his girlfriend, and though Calleigh can be seen as emotionally closed off, she has never hesitated to express that her trust for him runs deep.