CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Shop Till You Drop 

A department store manager is found dead inside his store's holiday window display, and the prime suspect in the case, one of his assistant managers, refuses to say a word during her interrogation.



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Episode credited cast:
Hart Turner ...
Pascal Denton
Richard Grossman
Alena Maybrook
Charles Richmore
Howie Simon
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Julie McKinnon ...
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Mac and the team search for the killer of a department store manager who was found dead in a holiday display window. Written by CBS Publicity

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3 December 2010 (USA)  »

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Detective Don Flack: It may not have been premeditated, but she still killed the guy.
Detective Mac Taylor: Tell that to the new district attorney.
Detective Don Flack: Who, Krasnoff? You got to be kidding me.
Detective Mac Taylor: Given the science supporting self-defense and the lack of any premeditation, he's unwilling to press charges.
Detective Don Flack: Did you explain to him that he's a dumbass?
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What A Display!
9 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are several suspects in this "window shopping" murder, in which a bloody man is uncovered after a department store has its annual display-windows opening. The victim is the store manager.

As clues slowly unravel, questions abound to the character of the manager, the store itself, the assistant manager and the some of the clerks. Then there is the question about whether the murder was a murder, or an accident.....but one of the people above is not talking and she is the focus of the case.

"Jo Danville" (Sela Ward), who seems to have a knack in getting suspects to talk, especially women, does just that in here, as the female assistant manager seems to be the prime suspect.

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