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The Party's Over 

When the deputy mayor is killed, suspicion quickly falls on a sleazy newspaper publisher. Meanwhile, the "blue flu" could cause problems between Danny and the crime lab.

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When the deputy mayor is killed, suspicion quickly falls on a sleazy newspaper publisher. Meanwhile, the "blue flu" could cause problems between Danny and the crime lab.

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Recurring actor Craig T. Nelson has a well established connection to this series. His son Noah serves a writer on the show. He also costarred in the 2000 thriller The Skulls with series lead Hill Harper and former original C.S.I. star William Peterson. Nelson is known for his role as Washington, D.C. Police chief Jack Mannion on The District where C.S.I. New York staff writer Peter Lenkov served as a scribe on that series. Noah Nelson in his other capacity as an actor, played Mannion in scenes depicting Mannion's youth. See more »

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The newspaper shows the deceased deputy mayor with the headline "just desserts." This is a common misspelling and should read "just deserts." In this case, the word deserts comes from the word "deserve." See more »

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Detective Danny Messer: [the "Blue Flu" is taking over the police force] Hey, Stell, you know, I'm not feeling so hot.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Don't tell me, you got the "flu" too.
Detective Danny Messer: I'm sick, Doc, you wanna examine me?
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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Ross rises to the occasion
16 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

I thought this episode was fairly good. The homicide story was good. The B-story line about the "Blue Flu" was well told and it fit nicely in with the A-story line. I think Danny and Hawkes at odds was a nice touch. It showed those who were fighting for their rights (Danny) and those who kept at their responsibility (everyone else). However, I think one of the best aspects was the larger role of Adam Ross. Adam is usually just the comedic relief - which there is nothing wrong with, but it was nice to see another side of him. I think A.J. Buckley did a terrific job with the emotion in the interrogation scene. This episode highlighted Adam's ability to connect with a boy who has troubles with his father. Since we learn in an earlier episode and season that Adam's dad was a bully to him, I think it gave their relationship more depth. Instead of just the average "I know this must be hard", Adam had actually connection to the kind of feelings Jake Kaplan was having. Overall I think it was a good highlight of Adam's character and I think A.J. Buckley acted very well.


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