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Dancing with the Fishes 

A young girl lands on the windshield of the car. Her feet tell Stella that she was a dancer. Lindsay Monroe works solo on the death of an old tram driver. She soon realizes that her case is... See full summary »

Directors:

John Peters, John Peters

Writers:

Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), Ann Donahue (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Sinise ... Mac Taylor
Melina Kanakaredes ... Stella Bonasera
Carmine Giovinazzo ... Danny Messer
Anna Belknap ... Lindsay Monroe
Hill Harper ... Sheldon Hawkes
Eddie Cahill ... Don Flack
Robert Joy ... Sid Hammerback
Barbara Tarbuck ... Vivian Claven
Chris Ellis ... Vincent Williams
Rhys Coiro ... Razor
Nick Paonessa Nick Paonessa ... Richard Daly
Maxine Bahns ... Elementary School Representative
Chastity Dotson ... Tera Grace
Kevin Fry ... McShea (as Kevin Fry-Bowers)
Julia Rose ... Laura Bayliss
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Storyline

A young girl lands on the windshield of the car. Her feet tell Stella that she was a dancer. Lindsay Monroe works solo on the death of an old tram driver. She soon realizes that her case is related to the first. The third case involves the death of a fish merchant. He died from a fatal wound caused by a swordfish. Written by Ploy P.

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Trivia

Murder vic Kia Rowe's first name is a military acronym: Killed in Action (K.I.A.). The last name could be the acronym for "Rules of Engagement" except the spelling of the characters last name is "Rowe" and not "Roe" which is a valid variation of the word (i.e. singer "Tommy Roe" or the landmark case of "Roe v. Wade"). See more »

Goofs

In the opening scene, several white-on-blue street signs are visible on light posts. New York City does not use this type of sign anywhere. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: You know I've never been fishing, never even thought about trying. Seems kind of boring.
Detective Danny Messer: Until you hook something. I went fishing with my old man once on a pier near Battery Park. I caught the sweetest striped bass, must have weighed close to thirty pounds.
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Did you eat it?
Detective Danny Messer: Threw it back! Would you eat anything that came out of the Hudson?
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Good point.
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Soundtracks

1, 2 Step
Written by Ciara, Missy Elliott, and Jazze Pha (as Phalon Alexander)
Performed by Ciara, Missy Elliott
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Lots of Material In This Episode
22 October 2006 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

The episode opens in very dramatic fashion as a body comes suddenly crashing down on a young couple's windshield. Apparently she had been killed and thrown off an overpass onto the street. She was a dancer, it is surmised, and that's the main clue to find out who murdered her. That, and a winning Lotto ticket. Mac, Stella and Eddie all combine to work on this case.

The second story begins when Danny and Sheldon are called to an alleyway and find a dead smelly (fish odor) body that has a big bullet hole through the man's chest. It turns out the hole has been made by a swordfish impaling the man. This part was the most interesting of the three cases.

A third story, over 16 minutes into the episode, occurs when Lindsay is assigned to find out why a tram operator died. That death winds up related to the dancer and has so many twists and turns it would make your head spin.

In truth, this whole episode is a bunch of ups, downs, suspects, twists and turns.


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English

Release Date:

26 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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