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Personal Foul 

CSI investigates the poisoning death of a fan at a basketball game, moments after making a million-dollar half-court shot. Meanwhile, the taxicab killer strikes again, and the team finds more clues about the killer's identity.

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CSI investigates the poisoning death of a fan at a basketball game, moments after making a million-dollar half-court shot. Meanwhile, the taxicab killer strikes again, and the team finds more clues about the killer's identity.

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Lindsay is going through the cheerleaders' photos to find a biometric match of the heavier woman, and she picks one of a blonde cheerleader. As she is about to scan it, a close up of a woman wearing big sunglasses can be seen. However, when the scan is done, it is revealed as the original blonde cheerleader photo. See more »

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When Lindsay is flipping through photos of cheerleaders and comes across Paula's, she flips it down onto the scanner. As she does, the light shining through the photo makes it clear to see that the it is a different picture (with a woman wearing sunglasses) than the one we've just seen close up. When the scanned photo appears next to "plus sized Paula" on the computer screen, it is back to the original. See more »

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Reed Garrett: [Talking to Mac on the phone] Hey it's reed, I'm about to put up a new blog post about the Cabbie Killer and i was hoping that maybe you could help me with something.
Detective Mac Taylor: [to Reed] I gave you this number for personal reasons, not professional reasons.
Reed Garrett: [to Mac] Yes i know, but I'm just trying to put together a real profile on this guy, you know?
Reed Garrett: [to Mac] I mean, don't you think that people have the right to know about who they're afraid of?
Detective Mac Taylor: [to Reed] Look, I'm impressed by your determination, Reed, maybe...
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A pleasant surprise
29 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I just have to say Lindsay and Flack have some of the best facial expressions, especially in the scene when they're interviewing the suspect.

  • LINDSAY ROCKED. Her shooting Danny down several times made me SO DAMN


HAPPY and just the way she did it and Anna's acting and ...... glah. I love her. "Honestly? I don't know." - I hope that Rikki leaving for good (and I'm sure the writers have to have enough sense for this to be a definite end of that whole storyline) doesn't mean that Danny feels like he doesn't have to come clean about the whole thing to Lindsay.

  • Thumbs up to the Lindsay/Flack/Danny scenes/working together etc.


They have a great dynamic and play off each other well. LOL at the disapproving look Lindsay gives the guys when she's with the cheerleaders. She can't see them but she just knows that they're watching and leering at the girls. Haha.

  • But I disapprove of Flack's "You should **** Lindsay off more often."


He might not know exactly what's going on and what Danny did but he must have some idea and he should be giving Danny a kick up the backside not joking about it.

  • The whole fat cheerleader thing was so ridiculous it was funny. (Also


obvious. As soon as I saw the photo I knew it was going to be her) and the whole interview just underlined the point like the writers were poking fun at themselves, knowing it was kinda stupid.

  • I love the whole walking in the rain idea. Don't know why, it just


seems very Lindsay.

  • Oddly enough I'm choosing to ignore the whole phone call itself. Okay


the Lindsay part of it I liked but I have such an intense dislike for Danny that I still just wanted to slap him - like how DARE him even say those things to her knowing what he's done. Ugh. Points for the goofy photo of him coming up on her phone though.

  • Really why do characters always do this? A massive sign saying the


station's not going to be open for months and you still try to open the locked doors?! Some points do not have to be emphasised. I think the audience can interpret what this means thanks.

  • I liked the interplay of the Lindsay-cab / Reed-cab thing. Anyone


think that it would be a good thing for Lindsay to have been the taxi-cab's victim? It'd certainly give Danny a wake up call. Too fanfiction? (Also possibly contradicting with my point of wanting them to be apart but eh....) I know it works equally well for the Mac/Reed relationship though.

  • Talking of the whole serial killer taxi cab thing. I wasn't fond of


the idea at the beginning. A procedural crime drama should only have a certain number of multi-episode story arcs / season and especially since this is a shortened season it seems this is just one too many BUT this episode has won me over. Kinda. As long as they resolve it well.

  • Ahh Reed. You'll forever be "My name is Cassidy." LOL. Anyway, TPTB


get points for not bringing up Mac's wife's son and then pretending like he doesn't exist any more. They've managed to characterise him really well in the short scenes he's gotten in the past couple of episodes and it's an interesting way to bring him back.

  • The Mac/Stella scene and the confidence that Stella has in him and


the team and the way she tries to restore his faith... and the way her voice catches when she says "we have to." - And it actually seemed that Hawkes did something for once. Don't know why since he didn't do anything he doesn't usually do but I think the absence of Adam meant he got more screen time and I dunno, it's a good thing.


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