CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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After Raymond Harris retaliates against Mac and his retired first partner, Mac begins to discover more about Harris's motives and his ex-partner's dirty laundry.

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After Raymond Harris retaliates against Mac and his retired first partner, Mac begins to discover more about Harris's motives and his ex-partner's dirty laundry.

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6 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Storyline continued from season 7 episode 20 "Nothing for Something." See more »

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When Mac is reading the police report of Raymond Harris's initial incarceration, there are several spelling and grammatical errors that are typed on the page. See more »

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Detective Danny Messer: I know it's routine for I.A. to investigate an officer-involved shooting, but it seems like this woman's got a bug up her ass.
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Still Good, But Part One Was Better
16 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Part two of this story uncovers some deep secrets of Mac's ex-partner, "Bill Hunt," played by Peter Fonda. I thought Part I was better as some of this story was predictable.....but it was still fun to watch.

Poor "Mac Taylor" (Gary Sinise) is almost caught in the middle. He's having to deal with the vengeful "Raymond Harris" and the same time "Hunt," whom Mac is quickly discovering is involved in this whole thing in a corrupt manner.

When things all come to an ending, it's a dramatic one.

There are a few subplots in here, mainly with Danny telling his wife that he's taken the test for Sergeant. If he makes it, will he leave CSI? I hope not.


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