CSI: New York

Sunday 30 January, 9:00pm on Five USA

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, members of a notorious Puerto Rican gang start turning up dead after their former leader -who Mac helped put away – is released from prison. The leader of the El Pu�o gang, Panthro Torres, is found impaled on the railings outside a swish hotel. The CSIs conclude that he fell through the window of his suite after being shot twice. “Guy wakes up a big shot, but he ends up a shish kebab,” Flack says, wryly, as he surveys the crime scene. Mac immediately suspects that the killing was carried out by a member of a rival gang. “We’ve got to find him before the streets do,” he declares. “Or there’s going to be war.” Mac is familiar with El Pu�o because he helped jail the former leader, Luther Devarro (Edward James Olmos, ‘Blade Runner’), 15 years earlier. He has a relationship of mutual respect with the gangster, who has just been released from prison, so he pays him a visit and asks him not to mount a revenge campaign on Torres’s killer. Back in the lab, the CSIs trace a woman who left a lipstick mark on Torres’s mirror on the night that he was killed. They bring in Hazel Ortega, a highclass hooker – and former member of the rival Mambas gang. As Flack drives his suspect to the precinct, they are ambushed by two youths with powerful weapons, and narrowly avoid being killed. The investigators suspect that the incident was a revenge attack by El Pu�o. “Whatever the reason, someone pumped 50 bullets into an NYPD squad car,” Mac snarls. “I want them found.” Mac meets with Luther to express his disappointment that the attack went ahead after he gave him his word that there would be no reprisals. “A handshake used to mean something,” Mac glowers, but Luther denies orchestrating the assault. “I didn’t give the order,” he says, darkly. “But I have it on good authority that someone in my crew did.”

Saturday 29 January, 9:10pm on Five

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, members of a notorious Puerto Rican gang start turning up dead after their former leader -who Mac helped put away – is released from prison. The leader of the El Pu�o gang, Panthro Torres, is found impaled on the railings outside a swish hotel. The CSIs conclude that he fell through the window of his suite after being shot twice. “Guy wakes up a big shot, but he ends up a shish kebab,” Flack says, wryly, as he surveys the crime scene. Mac immediately suspects that the killing was carried out by a member of a rival gang. “We’ve got to find him before the streets do,” he declares. “Or there’s going to be war.” Mac is familiar with El Pu�o because he helped jail the former leader, Luther Devarro (Edward James Olmos, ‘Blade Runner’), 15 years earlier. He has a relationship of mutual respect with the gangster, who has just been released from prison, so he pays him a visit and asks him not to mount a revenge campaign on Torres’s killer. Back in the lab, the CSIs trace a woman who left a lipstick mark on Torres’s mirror on the night that he was killed. They bring in Hazel Ortega, a highclass hooker – and former member of the rival Mambas gang. As Flack drives his suspect to the precinct, they are ambushed by two youths with powerful weapons, and narrowly avoid being killed. The investigators suspect that the incident was a revenge attack by El Pu�o. “Whatever the reason, someone pumped 50 bullets into an NYPD squad car,” Mac snarls. “I want them found.” Mac meets with Luther to express his disappointment that the attack went ahead after he gave him his word that there would be no reprisals. “A handshake used to mean something,” Mac glowers, but Luther denies orchestrating the assault. “I didn’t give the order,” he says, darkly. “But I have it on good authority that someone in my crew did.”

Sunday 23 January, 9:00pm on Five USA

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, a brutal attack on a married couple leaves a man dead and his wife badly injured. The woman initially identifies her son as the culprit, but recants her claim upon recovery – and another man confesses to the crime. When a married couple are attacked at home in their bed, Mac is one of the first at the scene. The male victim has died of his injuries, but his wife, Grace Travers, is hanging on by a thread. Thinking on his feet, Mac asks her to use hand gestures to indicate whether she knew the attacker. Her response suggests that the culprit was a member of the family, and when Mac grabs a group portrait from the beside table, Grace picks her son Billy out as the killer. Flack finds Billy at a wild frat party and brings him to the precinct, but he vehemently denies killing his father and attacking his mother. “I love my parents,” he insists. “I didn’t do this.” However, Billy has no alibi for the night of the murder, claiming he was alone in his room. “You have between now and the trial to fabricate a witness who claims to have seen you,” Jo warns him. Just when it seems as if the team is dealing with an open-and-shut case, Flack learns that an inmate at a nearby prison has confessed to the murder. The prisoner, Manny Ravrara (Marcos De la Cruz, ‘Sons of Anarchy’) is a big-time drug dealer who has just been picked up after escaping from another jail. However, Jo is immediately suspicious about his motive for confessing. “I find it hard to believe he’d just casually admit to a homicide,” she frowns. Danny and Flack reluctantly visit the prison to talk to Ravrara, and are surprised when he immediately admits to the killing. “Your eyewitness is wrong,” he smirks. “I killed that couple.” Ravrara goes on to boast of how he attacked the Traverses when they caught him breaking into their home. However, Danny does not buy the story. “These people were brutally beaten, which would suggest that this was personal,” he insists.

Saturday 22 January, 9:10pm on Five

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, a brutal attack on a married couple leaves a man dead and his wife badly injured. The woman initially identifies her son as the culprit, but recants her claim upon recovery – and another man confesses to the crime. When a married couple are attacked at home in their bed, Mac is one of the first at the scene. The male victim has died of his injuries, but his wife, Grace Travers, is hanging on by a thread. Thinking on his feet, Mac asks her to use hand gestures to indicate whether she knew the attacker. Her response suggests that the culprit was a member of the family, and when Mac grabs a group portrait from the beside table, Grace picks her son Billy out as the killer. Flack finds Billy at a wild frat party and brings him to the precinct, but he vehemently denies killing his father and attacking his mother. “I love my parents,” he insists. “I didn’t do this.” However, Billy has no alibi for the night of the murder, claiming he was alone in his room. “You have between now and the trial to fabricate a witness who claims to have seen you,” Jo warns him. Just when it seems as if the team is dealing with an open-and-shut case, Flack learns that an inmate at a nearby prison has confessed to the murder. The prisoner, Manny Ravrara (Marcos De la Cruz, ‘Sons of Anarchy’) is a big-time drug dealer who has just been picked up after escaping from another jail. However, Jo is immediately suspicious about his motive for confessing. “I find it hard to believe he’d just casually admit to a homicide,” she frowns. Danny and Flack reluctantly visit the prison to talk to Ravrara, and are surprised when he immediately admits to the killing. “Your eyewitness is wrong,” he smirks. “I killed that couple.” Ravrara goes on to boast of how he attacked the Traverses when they caught him breaking into their home. However, Danny does not buy the story. “These people were brutally beaten, which would suggest that this was personal,” he insists.

Sunday 16 January, 9:00pm on Five USA

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, Adam witnesses a murder online while participating in a webchat with a stranger. With no idea of the victim’s location, Adam must use all his powers of recall to help the CSIs track her down. Adam is secretly using a videochat website afterhours at work when he gets talking to a beautiful young woman as she dances around her apartment. However, their chat is interrupted when a masked man comes up behind her and strangles her. Adam watches, powerless to do anything, before frantically calling Mac. At first, Mac and Jo are dubious about what Adam saw. “While I was at the FBI, we saw hundreds of fake snuff films and internet hoaxes every year,” Jo says, sympathetically. “They can be very convincing.” However, one look at their colleague’s face assures them that he is convinced that he witnessed a murder. Jo helps Adam recover his memory of what he saw using psychological techniques. Astonishingly, they are able to trace the victim to a Manhattan apartment thanks to a statue Adam observed through her window. The team races to the building and finds the victim, a Parisian music student named Sass Dumonde, lying dead on the floor with a ligature wound to the neck. After the CSIs move in to comb the scene for evidence, it becomes clear that the laptop Sass was using was stolen right after she was killed. “This doesn’t feel like just a murder,” Danny says. “Whoever killed this woman definitely wanted more,” Lindsay agrees. Hawkes attempts to trace the missing laptop, and in the process he learns that it was originally owned by Dragga Financial, a Wall Street investment firm.

Saturday 15 January, 9:10pm on Five

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. In this episode, Adam witnesses a murder online while participating in a webchat with a stranger. With no idea of the victim’s location, Adam must use all his powers of recall to help the CSIs track her down. Adam is secretly using a videochat website afterhours at work when he gets talking to a beautiful young woman as she dances around her apartment. However, their chat is interrupted when a masked man comes up behind her and strangles her. Adam watches, powerless to do anything, before frantically calling Mac. At first, Mac and Jo are dubious about what Adam saw. “While I was at the FBI, we saw hundreds of fake snuff films and internet hoaxes every year,” Jo says, sympathetically. “They can be very convincing.” However, one look at their colleague’s face assures them that he is convinced that he witnessed a murder. Jo helps Adam recover his memory of what he saw using psychological techniques. Astonishingly, they are able to trace the victim to a Manhattan apartment thanks to a statue Adam observed through her window. The team races to the building and finds the victim, a Parisian music student named Sass Dumonde, lying dead on the floor with a ligature wound to the neck. After the CSIs move in to comb the scene for evidence, it becomes clear that the laptop Sass was using was stolen right after she was killed. “This doesn’t feel like just a murder,” Danny says. “Whoever killed this woman definitely wanted more,” Lindsay agrees. Hawkes attempts to trace the missing laptop, and in the process he learns that it was originally owned by Dragga Financial, a Wall Street investment firm.

Sunday 13 January, 9:00pm on Five USA

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. A badly decomposed body is found on a downtown rooftop. While the team investigates, the case is turned on its head when the true identity of the body is revealed. A couple sit on a sofa in an empty floor of a downtown warehouse, gearing themselves up for the ordeal ahead. “I need to know for sure,” Elizabeth Harris (Helen Slater, ‘Ruthless People’, ‘City Slickers’) tells her husband. The couple climb the stairs to the roof, where they find a rusted antique car. They are horrified to find a badly decomposed body in the front seat of the vehicle. The CSIs arrive on the scene and learn that the couple are the parents of Jeremy Harris, a nineteenyear- old who has been missing for a week. They received a voicemail message giving them precise instructions on where to go and what to do before they got onto the roof. Back at the laboratory, Adam and Mac analyse the voicemail. By listening back to the message, the investigators realise that the caller has made the couple jump through several illogical hoops before revealing the location of the body. “He’s toying with them -why delay the inevitable?” Mac asks. “If his intention was leading them to the body, why so many hurdles?” he adds. Although the body is in a late stage of decomposition, a painstaking autopsy reveals a unique tattoo. Quick dental record cross-checking leads to a shocking conclusion. “The body in that car was not the Harrisses’ son,” Mac says. The body actually belongs to Craig Anderson, a nineteenyear- old student at NYU, who was a university friend of Jeremy’s. The autopsy reveals that he was poisoned and died a slow painful death in the car. As the murder of one man and the disappearance of his friend are clearly related, the team hopes that Jeremy is still alive.

Saturday 12 January, 9:10pm on Five

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. A badly decomposed body is found on a downtown rooftop. While the team investigates, the case is turned on its head when the true identity of the body is revealed. A couple sit on a sofa in an empty floor of a downtown warehouse, gearing themselves up for the ordeal ahead. “I need to know for sure,” Elizabeth Harris (Helen Slater, ‘Ruthless People’, ‘City Slickers’) tells her husband. The couple climb the stairs to the roof, where they find a rusted antique car. They are horrified to find a badly decomposed body in the front seat of the vehicle. The CSIs arrive on the scene and learn that the couple are the parents of Jeremy Harris, a nineteenyear- old who has been missing for a week. They received a voicemail message giving them precise instructions on where to go and what to do before they got onto the roof. Back at the laboratory, Adam and Mac analyse the voicemail. By listening back to the message, the investigators realise that the caller has made the couple jump through several illogical hoops before revealing the location of the body. “He’s toying with them -why delay the inevitable?” Mac asks. “If his intention was leading them to the body, why so many hurdles?” he adds. Although the body is in a late stage of decomposition, a painstaking autopsy reveals a unique tattoo. Quick dental record cross-checking leads to a shocking conclusion. “The body in that car was not the Harrisses’ son,” Mac says. The body actually belongs to Craig Anderson, a nineteenyear- old student at NYU, who was a university friend of Jeremy’s. The autopsy reveals that he was poisoned and died a slow painful death in the car. As the murder of one man and the disappearance of his friend are clearly related, the team hopes that Jeremy is still alive.

Sunday 6 January, 9:00pm on Five USA

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. After armed robbers steal $5million worth of jewellery from a hotshot lawyer, the bodies of everyone who comes into contact with the gems begin turning up left, right and centre. As lawyer Roland Carson argues with a client, several armed men burst into his apartment. Carson’s bodyguard, James Belson, rushes the gunmen, but they open fire, injuring him and fatally wounding Carson’s client. The robbers make off in a helicopter with over $5million worth of jewels. Flack and Danny locate the helicopter that the men used to make their escape, and inside they discover the dead body of one of the criminals. Later, at the lab, Hawkes recovers a microchip from one of the empty jewel bags found in the helicopter. Adam uses the signal to trace the other chips, and is surprised when he is led to Sid’s morgue. He finds the microchip embedded in a shoe belonging to a John Doe, who died recently from a gunshot wound to the head. As the investigation proceeds, the CSIs hypothesise that their victim was out walking when the bag of jewels fell from the helicopter and landed at his feet. The thieves used the tracking chip, which somehow made its way from the bag to his shoe, to hunt him down and kill him. The mystery man is finally identified when his tearful girlfriend appears at the precinct to inform the CSIs that her boyfriend, Heath Kirkfield, went missing that morning as he went to hand the bag of jewels in to the police.

Saturday 5 January, 9:10pm on Five

New York-based spin-off of the crime drama series. After armed robbers steal $5million worth of jewellery from a hotshot lawyer, the bodies of everyone who comes into contact with the gems begin turning up left, right and centre. As lawyer Roland Carson argues with a client, several armed men burst into his apartment. Carson’s bodyguard, James Belson, rushes the gunmen, but they open fire, injuring him and fatally wounding Carson’s client. The robbers make off in a helicopter with over $5million worth of jewels. Flack and Danny locate the helicopter that the men used to make their escape, and inside they discover the dead body of one of the criminals. Later, at the lab, Hawkes recovers a microchip from one of the empty jewel bags found in the helicopter. Adam uses the signal to trace the other chips, and is surprised when he is led to Sid’s morgue. He finds the microchip embedded in a shoe belonging to a John Doe, who died recently from a gunshot wound to the head. As the investigation proceeds, the CSIs hypothesise that their victim was out walking when the bag of jewels fell from the helicopter and landed at his feet. The thieves used the tracking chip, which somehow made its way from the bag to his shoe, to hunt him down and kill him. The mystery man is finally identified when his tearful girlfriend appears at the precinct to inform the CSIs that her boyfriend, Heath Kirkfield, went missing that morning as he went to hand the bag of jewels in to the police.

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