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Raising Shane 

Hawkes is identified as the killer in a robbery and shooting, and CSI has to prove that he was framed. It turns out that Shane, the t-shirt killer, choreographed the entire incident.

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Hawkes is identified as the killer in a robbery and shooting, and CSI has to prove that he was framed. It turns out that Shane, the t-shirt killer, choreographed the entire incident.

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This episode takes place on February 13th, 2006 as revealed in episode 6x19 Redemptio. See more »

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As an employee of the Police department Hawkes would already have his finger prints on file. There would be no need to take them again. See more »

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Tom Fester: Welcome to Peeking Tom's. You all looking for anything in particular?
Detective Stella Bonasera: Let me guess, Tom?
Tom Fester: The man, the myth.
Detective Stella Bonasera: [shows her badge] Detective Bonasera. The Law, the Order.
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Features CSI: NY: Hung Out to Dry (2006) See more »

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Midnight Rider
Written by Gregg Allman and Robert Payne
Performed by The Allman Brothers Band
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'Shane' And 'Messer' Make It Memorable
16 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At first I thought, "What's the big deal?" Usually, the opener is a bit shocking, but this nothing seemed out of the ordinary.....until the criminal they just caught was one of the CSI guys: "Sheldon Hawkes" (Hill Harper). Well, you know they've got the wrong guy. He just happened to be wearing the same green hood the "perp" was wearing, was the same skin color and had a big wad of cash on him. How is Sheldon going to get out of this mess, with his crew's help, of course, remains to be seen. Somebody set him up, big-time.

The cool part of that story is that the man who did this was just in an episode a few weeks ago and escaped out of custody. It's our buddy "Shane Casey," played by that "Termintor 2" punk kid, Edward Furlong (who is now 30 years of age.)

A secondary story involves a murder at a porno shop on 42nd Street called "Peepin' Tom's." It's okay, but the other story totally dominates to the point where this one is superfluous, although the two stories connect. One note: the captain in this episode is an idiot and the type of guy Hollywood likes to show in that position, someone that would not see in real life. Thankfully, we only have two short scenes with him.

The ending was excellent, very suspenseful and featured excellent acting by Furlong and Camine Giiovinazzo ("Danny Messer"). It helped make this an excellent episode, start-to-finish.


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