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Two seemingly unrelated deaths are tied together when CSI discovers that the victims were raped by the same man 8 years apart.

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Mac Taylor
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Stella Bonasera
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Danny Messer
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Lindsay Monroe
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Sid Hammerback
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Adam Ross (as AJ Buckley)
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Sheldon Hawkes
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Marie Lowe
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Kara Garland
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Eleanor Ravelle
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Colin Clark
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Laurel Downs
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Two seemingly unrelated deaths are tied together when CSI discovers that the victims were raped by the same man 8 years apart.

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14 January 2009 (USA)  »

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Meg Cionni, who plays Marie Lowe, also appears in the CSI: Miami episode Point of Impact. See more »

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Sid Hammerback states that Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) was born "......the day Halley's comet first appeared". While it's true that Twain's birth and death both coincide with appearances of the comet (in 1835 and 1910), but Halley's observation was based on the sighting of 1682 (the only one that occurred in Halley's lifetime). He predicted its reappearance in 1759, which he did not live to see. Earlier records of the comet's appearance go back to 240 BCE in Chinese records, so the 1835 appearance Sid refers to is definitely not the day "it first appeared". A further error occurs because each time the comet appears, it's visible for about 2 - 3 months, so there's no exact "day". Twain's birth occurred about six weeks after its appearance in 1835; his death about four weeks after its appearance in 1910. See more »

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Detective Jessica Angell: You stupid idiot. Is that redundant?
Don Flack: Not with this guy, no.
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Seriously, one of the best CSI NY episodes ever
23 November 2009 | by See all my reviews

You know, if I start describing why this episode was so good, I would spoil a whole lot of it and probably run out of superlatives very quickly. So, I'll try to keep it basic.

Fantastic and very interesting storyline. Great moments between the team. But most of all, this episode belonged to Hawkes (and Mac and Hawkes) and I'm glad that finally the series focuses on him a little bit and he gets the attention he deserves.

One last remark is very personal: I am from Germany, therefore watched the dubbed German version. And the young man dubbing Hawkes, Julien Haggége, did such a good job on this episode. Very touching, sensitive and careful dubbing, he touches your soul. And basically breathes more life into Hawkes than he already has.

All in one a superb episode. Don't miss it!


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