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there's nothing bad to be said about Season 4 of CSI NY ...
on March 2, 2015
If Seasons 1-3 were all about giving NY its own distinctive flavor, then Season 4 is CSI NY's effort at the Miami style of storytelling. There's something almost artistic rather than gritty about the storytelling. That's not a criticism mind you, just an observation. You will see the eventually breakdown of the team's 'live wire' or 'lost soul' in Danny Messer but at the same time you can't help but want Danny & Lindsay to grow up. To finally mature and realize what they have. Every CSI franchise has one: in Las Vegas, it was Warrick with his gambling addiction, in Miami it's Delko seemingly forever on edge with a new girl for every day and night. The difference between the three is that Danny has Lindsay who grounds him and Delko has Calleigh, Warrick never has such a saving grace. All that being said, there's nothing bad to be said about Season 4 of CSI NY but I am hoping it finds its voice and gets steady instead of mimicking Miami because with all due respect, Mac Taylor and the gang are better off when the writers are not trying to emulate the poetic excellence that is Horatio Caine's watch.