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Grand Murder at Central Station 

A plastic surgeon is found dead at Grand Central Station during rush hour. He apparently died from inhaling lye. Stella and Danny investigate the death of a blind woman. Aiden is more ... See full summary »

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A plastic surgeon is found dead at Grand Central Station during rush hour. He apparently died from inhaling lye. Stella and Danny investigate the death of a blind woman. Aiden is more intent than ever to solve the rape case that she does the unthinkable, an action which forces Mac to fire her. Written by Ploy P.

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5 October 2005 (USA)  »

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We learn that Aiden did not tamper with the evidence although she wanted to. But Mac fired her because she broke the evidence seal and therefore to ensure that she would never have the chance to do it again. See more »

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When the lye victim arrests in the back of the ambulance, Hawkes orders the EMT to intubate. The paramedic starts the process but never completes it. While Hawkes pumps the victim's chest, the EMT is seen holding the endotracheal tube beside the patient's mouth. See more »

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[Hawkes, formerly the medical examiner, is uneasy in his new position as a detective]
Det. Mac Taylor: You on break?
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: I'm just taking five minutes to eat. That's allowed, isn't it?
Det. Mac Taylor: [seriously] Eating is frowned upon, Hawkes.
[Hawkes quickly starts collecting his food and garbage]
Det. Mac Taylor: [stopping him, smirking] Hey, I'm kidding.
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Get Right
Performed by Jennifer Lopez
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Some lye, a teddy bear, a blind woman and tainted evidence
21 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Murder at grand central station A man with burns all over his face is seen staggering through the crowds of Grand Central Station, bumping into people and causing a ruckus. It turns out someone has thrown lye in his face. One drop of lye also lands on the arm of a little girl who also lost her teddy bear in the confusion. That bear winds up being important evidence. In the ambulance, Hawkes is unable to save the wounded man's life. Following the trace of the lye, that teddy bear is found with a foot print on it.

Meanwhile, on someone's roof a sexy twenty-something is tanning herself and asks her boyfriend, who's applying oil to her feet, to move out of the sun. When he does, he notices someone nearby. He goes to look and discovers a woman lying on the ground behind a wall who has been strangled. It also turns out she's blind. As Danny says, "Who strangles a blind person?" That's case number two for the show.

And, as expected, we see the boss, Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) discover that "Aiden" (Vanessa Ferlito) has indeed tampered with evidence on a rape case and she is fired. Too bad.....I'll miss seeing her.

Overall, a decent episode but a typical one in which crimes are solved with a bit of a stretch, scientifically-speaking, but always fun to watch.


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