CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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It Happened to Me 

When a software company executive bleeds to death on a Manhattan street, the CSIs must delve into the wet and messy world of food "sploshing" parties - where groups of people experience food in an sensual way - to find his killer.

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Brian Hamilton
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John Simmons
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Frankie Tyler (as Mercedes Masohn)
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When a software company executive bleeds to death on a Manhattan street, the CSIs must delve into the wet and messy world of food "sploshing" parties - where groups of people experience food in an sensual way - to find his killer.

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Flack says the victim had a birds eye view of the sloshing party, but his apartment window is below the window flack is looking out of. That means he has a frog eye view. See more »

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[at a "sloshing party"]
Portia Pryce: I can get you a membership application.
Don Flack: [disgusted] God, no. Thank you.
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Not-So-Pretty Poison
13 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Poison is the name of this crime, and it takes some smart figuring out by the CSI to figure this out. (Of course, you can say that about every CSI episode) but this one really takes some odd circumstances to piece together.

It all begins when they are called to a Manhattan street in which a guy was found with blood all over him. Poison can get pretty ugly when a guy throws up a ton of blood. The investigation leads to "sploshing parties," which is a titillating part of the story but has nothing much to do with the crime.....and then eventually to someone poisoning some orange juice.

The story also involves an interesting twist with one of the regulars, "Dr. Sheldon Hawkes" (Hill Harper) who just doesn't appear to be himself and we find out why in the final minutes. (He's been having a number of problems.)


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