The lab tackles a case involving a murdered Internet entrepreneur whose body has been picked apart by vultures.

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Adam Ross (as AJ Buckley)
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Dr. Catherine Rydell (as Daphnee Duplaix)
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Enrico Palmero
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John Pollock
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The lab tackles a case involving a murdered Internet entrepreneur whose body has been picked apart by vultures.

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Rusty Cundieff and Floyd Byars, the writers of this episode, collaborate with CSI: NY for the first time. Daphnee Duplaix, who plays Dr. Catherine Rydell, also appears in the C.S.I. episode Grissom Versus the Vulcano. Danay Garcia, who plays Flora Pollock, also appears in theCSI: Miami episode No Man's Land. Luis Jose Lopez, who plays, Enrico Palmero, also appears in theC.S.I. episode The List. Graham Shiels, who plays, Quentin Oswego, also appears in the CSI: Miami episode Dead Ringer. See more »

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While the vultures featured in NY are indeed Turkey vultures, the ones shown on the video are Egyptian vultures, native to North Africa and the Middle East See more »

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Only On TV Would You See This - And It's Entertaining!
2 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mac and Stella are having coffee at an outdoor cafe when a big bird in the sky drops something into Stella's drink. It's an eyeball! (Only on TV!!) The bird was a vulture, and in almost no time the CSI figures out who the eye belongs (once again, only on TV!).

Anyway, you have to give the writers props for originality. The victim was buried on his high-rise balcony and vultures sniffed out the body from above and tore it apart.

From there, the gang has to figure out what in the heck is going on and, most importantly, who killed this man. It gets involved as it is part of a big real-estate scam. This crime is hard to figure out until near the end.

Overall, another interesting episode, especially that eye-opening beginning!


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