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Creatures of the Night 

A rape victim runs out of Central Park with no memory of the rape. The case is complicated when the semen sample found contains no sperm, leaving no DNA to link the crime to any of the suspects.

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Mr. Prescott
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Robin Prescott
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A.J. Mata
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Karl Drewdetski
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Billy Rendish (as Fred Koehler)
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Dr. Leonard Giles (as Grant Albrecht)
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Donovan Tracy (as Joseph Thomas)
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Calvin Montgomery
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A rape victim runs out of Central Park with no memory of the rape. The case is complicated when the semen sample found contains no sperm, leaving no DNA to link the crime to any of the suspects.

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The walnut dust was once used to clean up statues because it was less abrasive. Walnut dust is not used anymore because cleaning statues with it is too time consuming. See more »

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When the rape victim walks up to the party, she initially puts a bloody hand-print approximately halfway between the center of the hood and the side, but when the crime scene photos are shown, the hand-print is on the corner of the hood, toward the driver side headlight. See more »

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[Examining a victim in autopsy]
Sheldon Hawkes: What we thought were track marks are... bites. Face, arms, and legs were the appetizers. The gunshot wound was the main course.
Detective Mac Taylor: And the dinner guest?
Sheldon Hawkes: This is where the story gets tasty... Rattus norvegicus.
Detective Mac Taylor: You're telling me a rat ate the bullet?
Sheldon Hawkes: That was dessert.
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Where's Jack the Ripper?
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'Who Ratted Me Out?'
16 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The question posed above was a statement made by a suspect. You have to watch this episode appreciate his remarks, which have to do with a crime that involved rats. The writers had a fun time with that particular story, using several puns en route to solving the murder mystery.

There are two cases to solve in this episode. The first involves a pretty woman who staggers onto the red carpet and some fancy black-tie affair and then collapses. She lives, but has been raped and is badly injured. Mac, Stella, Danny tire to find out what happened to her and where with Stella taking it personally. They know it happened in Central Park which gives them "an 800-square mile crime scene." Soon, thanks to flowers, it is narrowed down to the Strawberry Fields area. Later, it slowly unravels.

The second crime is discovered with a male dead body in an alley. He has been shot and has track wounds on him indicating drug use. Mac, Aiden, Flack and Medical Examiner Hawkes find out some surprising things early on, such as there is no bullet in the man's body because rats ate it! Chew on that awhile! If you're queasy about rats, this is not an episode to watch. Also.......aw, never mind. No sense giving too much away, but it's an interesting case.


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