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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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Stop When the Red Lights Flash
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Written by Billie Joe Armstrong
Performed by Green Day
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc
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Worst episode ever...
21 October 2012 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Good idea...that the writers/director absolutely didn't pull off.

If you're going to remove one of the mediums that guides the story forward. You better be really sure that the other ones do a good job. This, in my opinion, was a big fail.

Story not thought through, the "silent" parts not greatly executed (feels like a chopped up music video) and half way through they give up anyway. If you're gonna go artistic, at least go all the way...

And if you want to skip the dialog, at least let the actors act out emotion through other sounds. Just adding music doesn't give emotion. I think that if we could have heard breathes, crying, or anything else than sound effects and half played songs it would have worked better.

Now, they just project the image that they lost the first half of the actors sound recordings and instead of getting the actors back for a sound booth recording they just saved time and pretended to do something "artsy" instead.


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