CSI: NY: Season 9, Episode 2

Where There's Smoke (5 Oct. 2012)

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Arsonist Leonard Brooks strikes again, but CSI discovers that his mission this time is very personal.



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Arsonist Leonard Brooks strikes again, but CSI discovers that his mission this time is very personal.

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Special Guest Star : Rob Morrow
26 February 2013 | by (india) – See all my reviews

It was a very special episode for a number of reasons. Not only the episode had all the CSI stuff but with the psychological depth which the series is somewhat afraid to touch in the past. In this episode, Rob Morrow reprise his role as serial arsonist, but the agenda was bit personal. The acting is absolutely charismatic by him. He entailed every bit of the character and gave an amazing performance as he always does. In addition, we have a potential love interest for Don Flack. I hope they make some more of psychology based episodes in upcoming season and we could see more of Rob morrow. In summation, I would advise you to give this episode a shot you will not be disappointed.

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