CSI: NY: Season 5, Episode 21

The Past, Present and Murder (15 Apr. 2009)

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A man is killed when he falls out a window in media mogul Robert Dunbrook's building, but did Dunbrook throw him? During the investigation, Mac discovers that the case is connected to an earlier case involving a missing flash drive.

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A man is killed when he falls out a window in media mogul Robert Dunbrook's building, but did Dunbrook throw him? During the investigation, Mac discovers that the case is connected to an earlier case involving a missing flash drive.

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Lots To Like In This Intense Episode
9 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This crime mystery has some very interesting characteristics to it, and a link to some past character and cases. Overall, it was an outstanding episode in what has been a great season for CSI: NY.

A man is thrown out of a 20-store office and the body disappears from the pavement within minutes? Then we get some weird plastic animal art where the man fell, which has blood on it.

We also have media mogul "Robert Dunbrook" as the alleged guy who tossed the man out of the building. (I knew Craig T. Nelson would be back soon, after his character was introduced recently.)

We also have a connection with "Ann Steele," a high-level "fixer" who was killed in a recent episode, and her missing flash-drive which incriminates many high officials. Then we have fingerprints made out of candy.

On and on it goes with weird discoveries as "Mac" tries to solve the case with no cooperation, of course, from Mr. Dunbrook, who insists he's innocent and is being harassed. It's a very interesting episode, almost like a really good mystery/spy story which also involves FBI agents.

Nelson is especially good as the power-hungry media mogul. That's no surprise, being the veteran actor he is. Nelson and Sinise trade off each other with intensity. Good stuff!


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