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CSI: New York - Complete Season 6 [DVD]
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All 23 episodes from the sixth season of the New York-set crime spin-off series starring Gary Sinise as Detective Mac Taylor, the no-nonsense head of the New York CSI team. Episodes are: 'Epilogue', 'Blacklist', 'Lat 40 47 N/Long 73 58 W', 'Dead Reckoning', 'Battle Scars', 'It Happened to Me', 'Hammer Down', 'Cuckoo's Nest', 'Manhattanhenge', 'Death House', 'Second Chances', 'Criminal Justice', 'Flag On the Play', 'Sanguine Love', 'The Formula', 'Uncertainty Rules', 'Pot of Gold', 'Rest in Peace, Marina Garito', 'Redemptio', 'Tales from the Undercard', 'Unusual Suspects', 'Point of View' and 'Vacation Getaway'.
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killed it altogether.
The character of Sheldon Hawkes (played by Harper Hill) is not really successful. As you watch him, you're really aware of watching an actor playing the part - all very dramatic and full of overdone expressions. For the most part, the other characters have become believable and you're not really aware of them being actors, but Hill is just too obvious and unsophisticated.
Also, the storylines in this season aren't as gripping and the threads are less than enthralling. I suppose the benchmark for story arcs in the CSI set has to be the 'miniature killer' in the original CSI series. The arcs here in this season of CSI-NY just don't measure up. The whole compass-killer thing is OK, but in an attempt to create the mental state of the schizophrenic killer, the presentation is just far too tricksy and lets you into the 'secret' far too soon. This has the effect of engendering within you a feeling of some sympathy and with that, a lot of the tension evaporates.
The closed-room, da-Vinci Code episode (death house) has an air of such preposterous unbelievability that this erodes tension ... and as for how the girl who is saved from the hidden tank of water actually got into the tank - that little detail is ignored totally. It's all very false and smacks of a writing team becoming just a tad too self-indulgent.
Maybe I've just seen too many of these programmes, but I have to admit to a measure of dissatisfaction with season 6. It's good (in parts) but definitely not as good as previous seasons.
The complete season 6 of CSI New York consists of all 23 episodes along with a great amount of extras (and about time too).
- Epilogue - concludes the cliff-hanger episode from the end of Season 5 - starts after the drive by shooting on the bar where the CSIs were remembering their recently deceased colleague
- Blacklist (featuring Gravedigger) - a killer of healthcare workers mentions the name of Mac's father
- Lat 40° 47 N/Long 73° 58 W - two bodies killed by the same person are found at opposite ends of the city
- Dead Reckoning - a woman claims to have murdered her cheating husband, is she telling the truth?
- better than botox - relates to the second episode "Blacklist"
- Battle Scars - murder and street dancing
- It Happened to Me - murder at a "sploshing" parties
- Hammer Down - part 2 of the 3 series cross over
- 3-way crossover episodes
- part 1 - Miami - "Bone Voyage"
- part 3 - Vegas - "Lost Girls"
- East Coast Heroes - related to the 3-way cross over
- Cuckoo's Nest - compass killer strikes again
- Manhattenhenge - Conclusion to the Compass killer case
- Death House - Locked room mystery meets Da Vinci Code
- Second Chances - why is a reformed addict is literally run over in an alley way?Read more ›