Deep Fried and Minty Fresh

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"Deep Fried and Minty Fresh"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode
Episode no. Season 9
Episode 13
Directed by Alec Smight
Written by
Production code 913
Original air date February 12, 2009 (2009-02-12)
Guest appearance(s)
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"Deep Fried and Minty Fresh" is the thirteenth episode in the ninth season of the American crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The episode first aired on February 12, 2009.


Writer and producer of the episode, Sarah Goldfinger, was sued for defamation of character by California real estate agents, Melinda and Scott Tamkin.[1] The Tamkins allege that Goldfinger, in an act of revenge from a failed buy that Goldfinger had attempted some years before, wrote the Tucker characters in their image, though created them lacking morals. These characters, the Tamkins surmise, hurt their business by turning people away once potential customers realize the similarities.


  1. ^ "'CSI' producer facing defamation lawsuit -". Retrieved 2009-05-23. 

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