Tri-Borough

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Series: 'CSI: New York'
Episode Title: 'Tri-Borough'
Episode Number: 111
Synopsis: "The team tackles a series of complicated investigations when murdered victims are found in three New York City boroughs. Mac and Stella investigate the murder of a young man found dead in a Brooklyn subway station. Although the victim was electrocuted, the train's third rail is not the likely culprit. Danny and Det. Maka (guest star Kelly Hu) examine the death of an art gallery owner whose final sale was a painting with mob ties that may have been forged. Meanwhile, Aiden and Det. Flack work on the mysterious death of a worker found dead on a construction site."

Original Airdate: January 05, 2005
Rerun: August 17, 2005

Credits

Written By: Eli Talbert & Andrew Lipsitz
Directed By: Greg Yaitanes

Guest Stars:


Notes

  • Rumoured to feature a man who is electrocuted while engaging in Parkours - a new extreme sport in which the participants, known as traceurs, see the cityscape as an urban obstacle course. (November 14, 2004 - CSI Files)

  • One of the paintings that Danny Messer examined during the episode was actually painted by actor Carmine Giovinazzo, and is called "Sister Tight." (January 11, 2005 - CSI Files)

  • This episode was originally repeated on the 15th of June, 2005.

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