CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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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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Deputy Inspector Gillian Whitford: You know "Jerry Maguire"?
Detective Mac Taylor: I know a Jack Maguire. Teaches firearms at the academy.
Deputy Inspector Gillian Whitford: [amused] No, the movie. "Jerry Maguire." You remember what Cuba said to Cruise?
Detective Mac Taylor: "Show me the money."
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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Some Memorable Moments In A 'Fair" Episode
1 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was "fair," decent but not up to the normal high standards. Don't get me wrong: it still entertains. I just think, more than anything, it's a vehicle to introduce a new face we might see from time, played by veteran actor Craig T. Nelson. He plays a powerful newspaper publisher by the name of "Robert Dunbrook."

The story is about a politician being murdered, and the murderer is not one you'd normally associate with a crime of this magnitude. CSI lab tech "Adam Ross" (A.J. Buckley) has a memorable supporting role in this story, as it turns out. Instead of his normal irreverent self, he's gets really serious here.

I'm sorry to see my boy "Danny" come down with "The Blue Flu" here, the only member of the CSI team to do so. He gets a few of his partners mad at him, but only temporarily.


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