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CSI: NY

  • Season 8
  • 18 episodes
  • Drama
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Episode 16: Slainte

Summary

Parts of a dismembered body are discovered on four street corners, triggering an investigation that eventually leads Mac and the team to suspect Russian mobsters may be responsible. As the case proceeds, an explosion rips through the neighbourhood, indicating that some local men may be seeking to exact their own brand of rough justice. Crime drama, starring Eddie Cahill, Gary Sinise and Carmine Giovinazzo.

Review

“Someone is trying to make a statement,” Mac reckons. Not a villain wanting to confess, though. He’s talking about the parts of a dismembered corpse that have been carefully placed on four street corners in Hell’s Kitchen. When put back together again they make up Michael Byrne, the middle-aged Irish owner of a tiny bodega who’s lived and worked in the neighbourhood his entire life.

The opening sequence when the bloody body parts are discovered is satisfyingly gruesome and the explosive scene mid-episode is startling, but generally you may find your attention wandering especially during the bits about Mac and his tedious love life.

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Det Mac TaylorGary Sinise
Det Danny MesserCarmine Giovinazzo
Dr Sheldon HawkesHill Harper
Det Don FlackEddie Cahill
Det Lindsay MonroeAnna Belknap
Dr Sid HammerbackRobert Joy
Adam RossAJ Buckley
Det Jo DanvilleSela Ward

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DirectorChristine Moore
Executive producerJerry Bruckheimer
Executive producerAnthony E Zuiker
Executive producerAnn Donahue
Executive producerCarol Mendelsohn

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  • Episode 16

    Slainte

    Summary

    Parts of a dismembered body are discovered on four street corners, triggering an investigation that eventually leads Mac and the team to suspect Russian mobsters may be responsible. As the case proceeds, an explosion rips through the neighbourhood, indicating that some local men may be seeking to exact their own brand of rough justice. Crime drama, starring Eddie Cahill, Gary Sinise and Carmine Giovinazzo.

    Review

    “Someone is trying to make a statement,” Mac reckons. Not a villain wanting to confess, though. He’s talking about the parts of a dismembered corpse that have been carefully placed on four street corners in Hell’s Kitchen. When put back together again they make up Michael Byrne, the middle-aged Irish owner of a tiny bodega who’s lived and worked in the neighbourhood his entire life.

    The opening sequence when the bloody body parts are discovered is satisfyingly gruesome and the explosive scene mid-episode is startling, but generally you may find your attention wandering especially during the bits about Mac and his tedious love life.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Det Mac TaylorGary Sinise
    Det Danny MesserCarmine Giovinazzo
    Dr Sheldon HawkesHill Harper
    Det Don FlackEddie Cahill
    Det Lindsay MonroeAnna Belknap
    Dr Sid HammerbackRobert Joy
    Adam RossAJ Buckley
    Det Jo DanvilleSela Ward

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorChristine Moore
    Executive producerJerry Bruckheimer
    Executive producerAnthony E Zuiker
    Executive producerAnn Donahue
    Executive producerCarol Mendelsohn
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