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Bobby Martin
Cecil Arthur
Chuck White (as John Enos)
Q.T. Jammer
Vinnie Marino
Perry Lohmann
Danny Gil ...
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On a trip home from work on the subway, Danny sees a body laying on the tracks. Luckily, he manages to stop the train before destroying any evidence. Mac Taylor, arriving from a Mayor's reception in his tuxedo, and Lindsay Monroe join him. Stella and Hawks investigate the death of stock broker found hanging from a noose off of the window of his fancy office. As usual, the hanging was staged as the man was strangled to death. Written by Ploy P.

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Adam Ross: Strange case, you know. Bar nuts, shark tooth, tropical fish.
Detective Mac Taylor: Beta Splendon. Or Siamese Fighting Fish, to be exact. The brilliant colors are exclusive to males. Males in the same tank will kill each other.
Adam Ross: Ironic.
Detective Mac Taylor: No. Wild Wild Wet.
Adam Ross: [laughs] Whoa. That's a very hip, very salacious Manhattan club. It just kind of popped in your head like that?
Detective Mac Taylor: And your point?
Adam Ross: [flustered] Well... well I just - just didn't think that you would just...
Detective Mac Taylor: The bar's over on Broadway near Chelsea University, Fighting Fish...
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Written by Simon J. Hunter
Performed by Simon J. Hunter
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Subway Surfing and Market Trading
15 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Danny's taking the subway home after a long shift, looks out the window and sees a body lying on the tracks. He gets the train to stop in time, but discovers, along with Mac who arrives in tuxedo (from a Mayor's reception) and Lyndsay in a gown with a boobs hanging out (from a night at the opera) that the man is dead. It looks like he was "subway surfing," meaning standing on top of a speeding rail car through the subway.

Once the ME examines him, however, it's a different story. It appears he didn't die from injuries falling of a speeding rail car, and there are strange small fishes in his stomach as well as a shark tooth that totally through one of his hands. What's with all this?

Story number has Don and Stella finding a well-known stock broker hanging from the end of a noose outside his high-rise window. Once again, the ME report shows he didn't kill himself; that he was strangled and asphyxiated. Sheldon joins the other two on the case.

Neither conclusion was anything that interesting, at least not to match the beginnings of each story.

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