CSI: NY (2004–2013)
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Unspoken 

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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Grant Hamilton
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Evan Westcott
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Dr. Kevin Phillips (as John Cothran Jr.)
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Beverly McCord
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Lonnie James
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Lucy Messer (as Brooklyn Silzer)
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Young Girl
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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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19 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Except for the opening credits, all songs in this episode are by Green Day. See more »

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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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Kill the DJ
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Written by Billie Joe Armstrong
Performed by Green Day
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc
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Interesting Idea, bad execution, awful plot
28 December 2013 | by (Europe) – See all my reviews

The idea of scenes without dialogue, without speech is interesting (imho, contrary to what another reviewer wrote), but the writers, the producers, the director didn't put their hearts into it. They only had enough creativity to follow their premise for 21 minutes and then started with insubstantial dialogues, clichés etc. They were just lazy and didn't come up with more ideas to create a whole "silent" episode I must admit I only watch LV regularly, so I might no be into the main and recurring characters of CSI:NY but I felt no sympathy for anyone in this episode. Except for the perp, whose life was destroyed by some hysterical supervisor who accused him out of the blue of sexual assault and abused her power to put him on the street. In the last two minutes a moral is half-heartedly put together, as the perp, being a concerned teacher, is also (made) responsible for the death of a child playing with the gun he wanted to dispose. I couldn't decide if I should be bored or angered by this ending.


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