CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Nothing for Something 

While the team stumbles upon a missing person case while investigating a murder, Mac has a brush with an ex-con whom he and his first partner put away many years earlier.



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Sid Hammerback (credit only)
Charles Martin
Mark Fields
Vincent Marino
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Mike Tannenbaum ...


Det. Mac Taylor reconnects with his first partner, William Hunt, after an ex-con they put away together begins stalking him. Written by CBS Publicity

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29 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Detective Mac Taylor: I know what you're going to say. It's not the way it looks. I'm fine.
Jo Danville: It's exactly the way it looks. That's the same suit you had on yesterday, if not the day before. You haven't even been home in two days.
Detective Mac Taylor: This isn't the first time one case has rolled over into another. I'll be fine.
Jo Danville: When's the last time you had something to eat? I don't want to hear about that trail mix from the vending machine last night.
Detective Mac Taylor: It was a granola bar.
Jo Danville: You promised me you were going to go home and get some sleep.
Detective Mac Taylor: I ...
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New York, New York
Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Performed by Digital Daggers
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Un-Easy Rider
16 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Peter Fonda plays a key guest-acting role in this two-part segment. Fonda plays "William Hunt," a guy who used to partner with "Mac" when the two were street cops. Hunt, though, is not with the police anymore and Mac eyes him suspiciously. Fonda, over 40 years older since his famous "Easy Rider" days, is still fun to watch. His voice sounds a lot like Clint Eastwood's.

The villain in here is a nasty dude, bent on revenge for what he feels was injustice....that he had no business being in jail. He just got out and problems have started. Clifton Collins Jr does a good job playing "Raymond Harris," a man who is after Mac and his former partner and will kill each, if he can. (There is a lot of suspense in this episode. Both the ex-con and Mac are on edge.)

This is a very good story that makes you anxious to see the conclusion.

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