Are calleigh and eric still dating on csi miami
It is later revealed that he had been buying the drugs for his sister Marisol, to ease the pain she suffered while undergoing treatments for leukemia. On the episode "Dead Woman Walking", Eric has a nosebleed, which he thought may have been from exposure to iodine.
When Calleigh, while working a case with Delko, crosses paths with young Austin again, she takes a look at the lad’s life and how it might be better, as well as what’s missing from her own. “I always thought it would be interesting to see what it would be like to work with someone you’re married to,” says Procter.
“[It’s] really a modern woman’s problem,” Emily Procter shared with us during a visit to the set. “But it’s definitely along the lines of, ‘I’m willing to commit to taking this on with you, if you want me to.'” Again with the “if you want me to”! “We have been [CSIs] together for 10 years, so it would nice to see that familiarity at work and then to have a relationship along with it.” Adds Rodriguez: “I’m hoping that it goes somewhere, that it’s not what we’ve typically done in the past, just nibbling at things and never really taking a bite.
Eric Delko is the fingerprint, tire and drug identification expert of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab, as well as their underwater recovery expert. His original family name was Delektorsky; his adoptive father, Pavel, is a Russian national who had been assigned to Havana during the 1960s and married a Cuban woman named Carmen, with whom he had three daughters.
When Eric's mother was pregnant with him, his father decided that he wanted a better life for his family, so he moved the clan to Miami.
He also shortened the family name to Delko in an effort at Americanization.
Eric later finds out (in season 7) that his biological father, Alexander Sharov, is head of the Russian Mob.
“I think Calleigh’s probably starting to notice she’s always in the lab, she just only works.” And upon seeing what Austin’s been up to, “She finally realizes if he’s going to be in the foster system, she’d rather he be with her,” says Procter. “She decides she’s going to adopt addition to her life once longtime coworker and sometime flame Delko gets wind of what she’s up to. “And when I find out what’s happening, I offer to take on that responsibility with Calleigh — if she wants me to.” Um, “take on that responsibility with Calleigh”? I hope we’re actually going down the road and see what there is to see as opposed to just imagining it.” But it’s perhaps the ever-patient Delko/Calleigh ‘shippers for whom Procter and Rodriguez are most excited.
“I like to think of us as the of broadcast television,” Procter says with a laugh. ’ — and I’m always as drawn in as the people who watch the storylines.
Delko typically acts as the team's frogman when the situation arises—his boss has even termed him his best diver.
In the episode "Shattered", his job is endangered when he is busted for drug possession.
Finale Shocker: [Spoiler] Will Destroy Horatio’s Team! “He sees an opportunity here to be something more than just a boyfriend,” says the actor.
The catalyst for this storyline was planted earlier in the season, when Calleigh helped a pre-teen boy and his sister with the transition to foster care after she put their father in prison. “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.