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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Stella: "I'm not much into baseball, but A-Rod's pretty hot." "A-Rod" is a nickname for Alex Rodríguez, a baseball player for the New York Yankees. He formerly played for the Seattle Mariners. See more »

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Sonny Sassone: You're gonna tell me about the mob? Who are you? What do you two make a year, huh?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Ninety-five thousand seven hundred forty-six dollars and thirty-two cents, and we earn every penny of it.
Sonny Sassone: [laughs] I spend that a year on blow.
Detective Stella Bonasera: Yeah, I can tell.
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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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