CSI: NY: Season 3, Episode 8

Consequences (8 Nov. 2006)

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The investigation of the death of a professional paintball player is complicated by the discovery of drugs supposedly confiscated in a drug bust conducted by detective Flack years earlier.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Verna Welke
Daryn Kramer
Evan Kelneck
Robbie Alexander ...
Cyrus Menlo
Dennis Roubian
Lamont Tyson


The investigation of the death of a professional paintball player is complicated by the discovery of drugs supposedly confiscated in a drug bust conducted by detective Flack years earlier.

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Mack says that the 9mm bullet retrieved from the murder scene has markings from a gun whose barrel has five lands and grooves. Later, it is stated that this bullet was fired from a Glock. Glock 9mm pistols have six lands and grooves, not five. See more »


Detective Mac Taylor: I'm just asking questions, Don.
Detective Don Flack: No, you're not just asking questions, Mac. Come on, I know you. You wouldn't be here talking to me if you hadn't already tracked the chain of custody, checked with property, and called the DEA agents. And let me tell you something, cocaine from that raid wouldn't last six months on the street. So what is this? My interrogation?
Detective Mac Taylor: You're overreacting.
Detective Don Flack: Well maybe I am, but let me save you a little bit of time - none of my guys took a thing.
Detective Mac Taylor: You can't be sure of that....
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Written by Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley, and Richard Hughes
Performed by Keane
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Paint-balls, Bear Traps and Stalkers All Make For An Intriguing Episode
13 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was good: a straight crime story, the kind of material that made me a big fan of this show for the first two years. If they would stick with episodes like this and leave the arrogant, sleazeball punks to an occasional, I would remain happy.

I thought paint-ball was a fad that long over, but apparently not as that is the subject we are dealing with in this episode. Two professionals (you can make a living doing that?) are in a match in some alley and warehouse and one of the guys is shot and killed - bullets, not paint.

The other guy, it turns out, was caught in a bear trap. Yeah, that's weird. He's also disappeared. Where is he? He's the prime suspect but you know he isn't the killer because that's just not how these shows are run. What the answer turns out to be to really bizarre - frankly, too weird.

In the opening paint-ball scene, they shift to a party where Stella and Mac are and Stella tells her boss she feels she's being stalked but can't prove it.....just a feeling. That turns out to be true, of course, but the "stalker" is a surprise and someone "Mac" is definitely interesting in meeting, and the show ends with a pensive Gary Sinise walking away after his conversation.

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