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And Here's to You, Mrs. Azrael 

The murder of a young woman in a hospital goes undetected by the hospital staff. The victim was the driver in a drunk driving accident which killed her best friend, and she had just come out of a coma.

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The murder of a young woman in a hospital goes undetected by the hospital staff. The victim was the driver in a drunk driving accident which killed her best friend, and she had just come out of a coma.

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The word "Azrael" in the title is known as one of the names of the angel of death. See more »

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In Hawkes flashback to his dying patient at the hospital he tells the nurses "adrenaline". In hospitals they don't use natural adrenaline, they use synthetic adrenaline, more commonly known as epinephrine. As a MD, Hawkes would know better. See more »

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Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: You never went home last night, huh?
Detective Mac Taylor: Looks like you didn't, either.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Hey, I've got two miles of bandages to go through. What's your excuse?
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References The Graduate (1967) See more »

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Written by Damien Rice
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Lots Of Twists, But Do They Add Up?
15 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of those shocking endings that at first, you say, "wow, that's pretty cool." However, when you think about it for a minutes, questions start popping up and pretty soon you think, "there's no way that could have happened." That's my interpretation of this episode, anyway.

I could see the who killer was much earlier in the show but the twists and turns to get there are a bit far-fetched. Nevertheless, it was a good story and I like these shows better when they focus on just one crime instead of dividing the 45 minutes into two or three crimes stories.

Hill Harper as "Sheldon Hawkes" is the featured CSI worker on this case, with a personal story or two that makes him relate to this case more than the others. We find out a little background on him, such as why he decided to be a medical examiner.


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