CSI: NY: Season 2, Episode 7

Manhattan Manhunt (9 Nov. 2005)

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Horatio Caine arrives from Miami with Mac to help to find a dangerous criminal who has kidnapped a young girl. The truth about the killer will be shocking.

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Horatio goes to New York with Mac Taylor to look for escaped killer Henry Darius. Darius who kidnapped the daughter of wealthy businessman goes to her home and kills her and some people who were there. It seems Darius wanted something but it wasn't there. They discover that the daughter went to same psychiatrist Darius went to. Horatio also seeks out the man who killed the woman Darius claims he killed. Mac learns that Henry might have something against the family of the girl he killed. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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After being served papers, David Caruso as Lt. Horatio Caine from CSI Miami says, "I have a number of memories up here and not all are good. So I apologize." An obvious shot at the very public spat and eventual departure from his first hit TV show, NYPD Blue. See more »

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Det. Stella Bonasera: [about Horatio being served with a notice] Listen, I get named on these things all the time. Our union attorney's great of you want me to give you his number.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: This is a matter outside the job.
Det. Stella Bonasera: Sorry.
Lieutenant Horatio Caine: I have a number of memories up here and not all are good. So I apologize.
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Written by Madonna (as Louise Ciccone), Stuart Price, Benny Andersson,
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Very Intense Finale Of Two-Parter
2 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a biggie. Everyone on the team is in on this case, a brutal multiple- persons killer who has done this before, in New York and in Florida. (As explained on the title page here: this is part 2 of the CSI: Miami/CSI: New York crossover. Part I is "CSI: Miami: Felony Flight (#4.7).

Part two of this case brings Horatio Caine up from Miami to aid the N.Y. squad. The killer, named "Henry Darius," took a young adult female hostage in Miami up to New York, brought her up to her parents penthouse and killed her and four others. The others weren't supposed to be there. They were all prep schoolers (who look 25 years old) getting high at the moment. Wrong place; wrong time.

Mac, Stella, Horatio and Flack are all on the street while Danny, Sheldon and Lyndsay all are assigned lab work on this case. The sick killer left a lot of the victims' blood on walls, mirrors and everywhere. He also didn't see another person in the penthouse, the sister of the hostage who fled. She turns out to be a very key person in this manhunt for the killer. James Badge Dale, by the way, does a nice job of playing Darius, a low-key character but obviously one with big issues, as he admits in the episode.

A very intense, interesting show with some big twists at the end. Nice to see David Caruso and Gary Sinise working together although "Horatio" spent more time with "Stella" than anyone else, and seemed to enjoy it.


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