A beautiful young sports agent is struck accidentally by truck as she flees from an unknown abuser. Meanwhile, a Boston baseball fan turns up dead from internal injuries and a new ... See full summary »

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A beautiful young sports agent is struck accidentally by truck as she flees from an unknown abuser. Meanwhile, a Boston baseball fan turns up dead from internal injuries and a new confession leads Mac to reopen the case of a death row inmate helped convict. Written by Anonymous

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Michael Clark Duncan famously played John Coffey in The Green Mile, a man wrongly accused of rape and murder, similar to his storyline here. Gary Sinise, who plays Mac Taylor, played John Coffey's lawyer. See more »

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When Danny and Aiden go to search Gilbert's seat at the game, they are suppose to be at Yankee Stadium, but it is clearly not Yankee Stadium. The first aerial shot clearly shows it's Candlestick Park in San Francisco. The roof of the first base dugout has a sign saying "Giants". See more »

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Detective Stella Bonasera: Why haven't you taken your wedding ring off?
Detective Mac Taylor: Because, uh, I don't know. I don't want to.
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References 2004 World Series (2004) See more »

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That's What Love's All About
Written by Barbara L. Jordan and William Peterkin
Performed by Steve Marvin
Courtesy of Heavy Hitters
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Micheal Clarke was the sparke
1 December 2015 | by (FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY) – See all my reviews

The A-plot concerning the murderous baseball player did not engage me nearly as much as the B-plot of Mac second guessing himself forced to consider the possibility that Quinn Sullivan was innocent of the murder with which he was charged. Micheal Clarke Duncan deserved an Emmy for Best Guest Star Drama. His interplay with Gary Sinise was theatre on the small screen, a stage play with cameras. This was CSI:NEW YORK at Its nascent greatest. Not just a great sweeps episode, but a classic episode in every sense. Nowhere did this episode miss the marke, not with Micheal Clarke, he clearly was the sparke, knocked it right out the parke. When I heard he died, I popped in the Season 1, Disc 6 of the DVD & watched it again. A great loss on all fronts. I then watched him again in the film that was his big break, as Bear in my Criterion DVD of Armageddon. Micheal Clarke Duncan was a man of talent, a wealth of range.


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