CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Blink 

Two bodies are found, strangled to death by the same killer. Evidence from the second crime scene leads the detectives to a house with a third live victim who is paralyzed and is only able to blink.

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Dr. Bogdhan Ivanov
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Tim Goodman
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Jason Parnell
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Carson Silo
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Nadia Ivanov
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Dr. Leonard Giles (as Grant Albrecht)
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Dr. Smythe
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Zoya Pavlova (as Ana K. Alexander)
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Two bodies are found, strangled to death by the same killer. Evidence from the second crime scene leads the detectives to a house with a third live victim who is paralyzed and is only able to blink.

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Mac Taylor's name is derived from two sources. 'Mac' from Gary Sinise's son, McCanna, (said to be Mac's real name on the show as well) and 'Taylor' from Lt. Dan Taylor, Gary's character in Forrest Gump (1994). See more »

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The Doctor tells Mac that the living victim has a Glasgow Coma Score of 3, to which Mac says, "She's brain-dead?" and the doctor replies, "Yes." A score of 3 on the Glasgow scale indicates only deep unconsciousness, not necessarily brain-death. Further, as elements of the Glasgow Scale include verbal and motor responses, it is not properly applied to someone suffering from Locked-in Syndrome. The doctor, at least, should know this. See more »

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Det. Don Flack: Let me arrest him for swearing on his grandmother.
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Very Good 'Opening' Episode
16 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was an excellent "opening episode," a real thinking person's show in which "Mac," with the help of his team, had to really dig deep to try to figure this one out.

It involves "Locked In Syndrome" in which some sadistic, twisted and intelligent person was "experimenting" on women with the goal of "locking themselves into their own body," making them, in effect, coma-like. His first two experiments failed, leading to the CSI team finding two dead bodies. When they find one barely alive, they try to piece it all together. It doesn't help Mac that he's going several days without sleep.

On the DVD, this was the second episode, but it's really the season-opener. The first one, technically, was on CSI-Miami earlier in the year where a case in Miami led to New York City and we meet the New York City CSI team. This episode, aired in September, was the official opener for the 2004 season.


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