The detectives investigate a murder at a grocery store that is also connected to the death of a young man with the tattoo "Tanglewood" on his back. A third case involves a woman who was killed in a hit-and-run auto accident.

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The detectives investigate a murder at a grocery store that is also connected to the death of a young man with the tattoo "Tanglewood" on his back. A third case involves a woman who was killed in a hit-and-run auto accident.

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Sonny Sassone: Look at me. You see me wearing a silk suit, and a fat tie with marinara on my shirt? Forget about old times, those days is dead, it's dead! They were suckers, they worked too hard. The Tanglewood Boys represent the next generation of mobster. Set up shop wherever we want, pull any bitch we want, sniff the finest China, roll in six-figure cars, and snuff out any punk-ass poser rat who needs to be put back in his hole. We have our own set of rules.
Detective Mac Taylor: So do we.
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Three cases just works
23 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

In a user review for the CSI: NY episode "Tri-Borough" (S1 Ep11), I wrote:

"There should DEFINITELY be a law against covering three cases in a single episode of 'CSI: NY'. Seriously. As the episode jumped between cases, I had a difficult time keeping track of which case the characters were discussing."

Well, this "Tanglewood" episode includes three cases, and I only needed to ask my wife once, "Which case is this?". Covering three cases works here because two of the cases are connected. In general, though, I wish CSI: NY would stick to two cases per episode.

On another note, my wife recognized one actor in this episode as a major criminal from the series "NCIS". We checked on IMDb; she was right.


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