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"CSI: NY" Dancing with the Fishes (TV Episode 2005) Poster

(TV Series)

(2005)

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Detective Lindsay Monroe: [to Vivian Claven] You know, bruises age in a very specific way. First they're red, the color of the blood underneath. A day later, they darken to a bluish-purple. Then they turn green, then they fade to a yellowish-brown. Yours is just black. Too black. Wipe it off!

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Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: You know I've never been fishing, never even thought about trying. Seems kind of boring.

Detective Danny Messer: Until you hook something. I went fishing with my old man once on a pier near Battery Park. I caught the sweetest striped bass, must have weighed close to thirty pounds.

Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Did you eat it?

Detective Danny Messer: Threw it back! Would you eat anything that came out of the Hudson?

Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Good point.

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[Detective Monroe explains to Detective Taylor about trace evidence taken from victim]

Detective Lindsay Monroe: This gel was found on Harold Claven's neck...

[Taylor makes a face as Monroe smears some of the gel on him]

Det. Mac Taylor: Now it's on my lip. What is it?

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Don Flack: [about playing the lottery] All it takes is a dollar and a dream.

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[Beat cop pressures new detective Lindsay Monroe to release the crime scene]

Officer Murphy: Hey, Dorothy, we gonna process or what? Commuters are piling up.

Detective Lindsay Monroe: First off, Officer Murphy, I'm from Montana, not Kansas.

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