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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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Dr. Evan Zao
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Zack Shannon
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Frankie Mala
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Ira Feinstein
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Steve Samprass
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Paul Deacon
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Jamie Blake
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Ron Miller
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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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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 Dr. Sheldon Hawkes is watching the J-lo video and having his Chinese food take-out, Mac Taylor comes in and jokes about how eating is frowned upon. During that time, Dr. Hawkes is holding just a piece of meat on his chopsticks but in the next shot there's a piece of vegetable on it too. See more »

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Detective Stella Bonasera: [with Danny in their victim's apartment] Looks like she was one hell of artist. It's hard to believe she was blind. Such attention to detail, it's exquisite.
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