CSI: NY: Season 9, Episode 4

Unspoken (19 Oct. 2012)

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CSI searches for the shooter at a political rally, and the gun that he discarded in an alley afterwards is used in the accidental shooting death of a young girl.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Grant Hamilton
Evan Westcott
Dr. Kevin Phillips (as John Cothran Jr.)
Beverly McCord
Lonnie James
Lucy Messer (as Brooklyn Silzer)
Young Girl


CSI searches for the shooter at a political rally, and the gun that he discarded in an alley afterwards is used in the accidental shooting death of a young girl.

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For the first 21 minutes of the show, none of the main characters speak in this episode called, "Unspoken." See more »


The politician who is shot is named Grant Hamilton. But when the shooter sees the TV news report about the shooting, it identifies the politician as Greg Hamilton. See more »


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Bad idea
19 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Consciously striving for a Tour de Force is a really, really bad idea - it smacks of arrogance and misplaced self-importance. This is one reason why the French New Wave fizzled and few of its products survived as stand-alone films. Ironically, in an ego-intensive industry, ego translates very poorly to the screen itself.

CSI:NY is one of my favorite shows, always been a fan of Gary Sinise and the series' ensemble cast works extremely well. But this episode began to lose me with the predictable assassination pantomime and Lindsey getting run over by the food cart during the ensuing chaos. It totally lost me when the two kids discovered and began playing with the gun, with equally predictable results. Thank god Nikita was playing on another channel.

My rating is based on the few minutes from the opening scene to the shooting of the little girl, all done with an awful soundtrack with no dialogue or environmental noise. Don't know if the episode got any better, continued the pantomime, or sent everyone to Mars and don't care. Those few minutes of hackneyed story told in pantomime with an atrocious soundtrack did it for me.

I'll be watching next week, however, and write this one episode off as the writers just plain screwing up and over-indulging their egos.

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