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CSI: New York: Season 2

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CSI: NY, the third incarnation of the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchise and the spin-off of CSI: Miami, is a crime drama about forensic investigators who use high-tech science to follow the evidence and solve crimes in The Big Apple.

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The CSI franchise continues to thrive with the second season of CSI: NY, which aired on CBS during the 2005-2006 season. The kickoff episode is filled with lots of drama--but not much suspense--as the investigators delve into the death of a jewelry designer who is found wearing an $8 million diamond bra. The other case involves the shooting of a thrill seeker who is killed while climbing up a skyscraper. Though neither crime is particularly challenging for the viewer to solve, it's the little things that make the series an enjoyable viewing experience. A mosquito, for instance, provides more data on a potential killer than fingerprints or witnesses. And in a later episode, a discarded coffee mug provides the evidence to convict someone of killing a plastic surgeon. There is drama within the department as well: One of the investigators, who gets too caught up in a rape case, tampers with the forensic evidence and is told to resign from the department. While the chemistry between the main characters isn't as strong as it is with the cast of the original CSI--starring William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger--Gary Sinise (Forrest Gump, Apollo 13) makes a strong presence as lead investigator Mac Taylor. And Detective Don Flack (Eddie Cahill) gets to show more dimension in a storyline where he's trapped inside a panic room. All 24 episodes are included on this 6-disc set, which includes audio commentary on five episodes, as well as a handful of behind-the-scenes featurettes. This season also includes a little stunt casting, with David Caruso (playing his CSI: Miami character Horatio Crane) in a compelling crossover episode that involves the kidnapping of a young girl. Both strong silent types, Horatio and Mac make for a wonderful team, despite their different methods. --Jae-Ha Kim

Special Features

- Audio Commentary on Select Episodes

- Featurettes:
- "Top of the Heap"
- "Rolling with Jamalot"
- "A New Look From The 35th Floor"
- "CSI: NY Set Tour"
- Behind the Scenes

Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 17, 2006
  • Run Time: 1039 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000H7JCE6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,392 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By David Solomon on September 18, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 2 of CSI: New York is a transition year. The show no longer is as dark as it was during its first season, the storyline involving Mac Taylor's mourning of his wife's death on 9/11 has disappeared, Dr. Hawks is now in the field, instead of performing autopsies, and Aidan Burn is fired and replaced Lindsay Monroe.

The producers seem to have stuck to the CSI formula for 2/3 of the season to allow the dust to settle. The last few episodes bring in some interesting character developments: the sexual chemistry between Danny and Lindsay, the relationship between Danny and his brother, the wrapping up of the rapist storyline, Stella having a relationship with a man that turns violent, and the revelation of a lighter side to Mac.

In all, Season 2 is a good year of cases and glimpses of what direction this show wants to go in.
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CSI:NY has been going on for the past 3 years and still ramains my favourite show ever. Season 2 is much better than season 1. more violent, better cases and much more exiting. set in the the great city, New York with crimes happening here and there. CSI: NY to me is the best CSI of all three CSI shows and the best crime show. I can't wait for season 3 on DVD.

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"CSI: NY" has several good things going for it compared to the other "CSI" shows. First off, it is fast paced. From the opening moments you're thrown right into the story and it never lets up until the end. That keeps things from ever dragging out unnecessarily. Second, you're able to jump into any individual episode without having seen any other episodes. However, they still manage to give some characters more personality and running storylines through several episodes. This makes them a little less wooden than some of the characters on other "CSI" shows. Finally, the cast is one of the best of the three shows. Gary Sinise is one of my favorite actors and it's always a pleasure to see him in the show, especially supported by a strong cast. This year adds a new face to the mix with Anna Belknap as Detective Lindsay Monroe.

While standing apart from the other "CSI" shows, it still features what makes all of them appealing. You still have bizarre murder cases, flashy special effects, and dramatic cinematography. Each episode looks like a mini-movie and is very stylish. It keeps that "CSI" look and feel while giving it a New York touch. There's also an interesting crossover with "CSI: Miami" and a guest appearance by David Caruso.

If you're a "CSI" fan or if you love murder mysteries, then this is required viewing for you...unless you have a weak stomach.
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The series' sophomore season comprises a lot of surprises and twists for some of the show's regular cast members, and includes some intricate plots as well. Crimes include a murder in Grand Central Station; an apparent homicide in the zoo; karate killling corporate execs; the return of Aiden's elusive rapist; Aiden's exit from the series; a twist in Stella's love life with Frank; Danny's gangster brother's brutal beating; and a bomb that puts Flack's life in danger.

Gary Sinise, Melina Karakanedes, Carmine Giovinazzo, newcomer Anna Belknap, Hill Hunter, Eddie Cahill, Robert Joy and A.J. Buckley all turn in competent performances and even though the music for this season was more annoying than beneficial and even though the forensic scenarios a little too long, CSI NY remains a great entry in the franchise.
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Why do good shows feel like that in order to be watched in successor seasons feel like they need to beef up their sexuality? CSI: NY will hit a string of shows every now and then that feel like every show has either a modeling-studio, or deals with prostitutes, or people going above and beyond PDA in public places. Granted, you are DEALING with the slums of NY, but I definitely know it's intentional in trying to sell with sex.

CSI:NY has good story lines, and I like it's shows it's just I feel like season 2 is a leap into more sexuality that it really did extremely fine without. The raunchier scenes are perhaps fewer and farer between, so you're still more about the CSInvestigating itself, but still. I just felt like this was not as prevalent in season one, I could be wrong, and just didn't notice it.
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EPISODE IS NOT "Grand Murder at Central Station" ...the episode you'll receive is actually "Summer in the City."
Episodes 1 & 2 have been mislabeled, each as the other. ...BUYER BEWARE.
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Second season was a lot stronger than the first, with a number of improvements. Dr. Hawks out of the lab and on the street doing investigations brings a vast improvement and his character is really enjoyable to watch. Likewise I think the departure of Aidan was a good move, as her character had some of the same unappealing faults as Tim Speedle's character from CSI:Miami. The CSI lab also feels less cloistered and cave-like, which in a way is good, although part of me misses that claustrophobic feel the environments seemed to have in the first season.

Overall the episodes aren't bad. Some are a little over the top and completely implausible but to me its really the characters, namely Gary Sinise, as driven and focused as ever, that help make this program worth watching.

One thing I noticed though, is that while I loved the 'CSI: Miami' crossover with Horatio Caine in NYC, I really felt like they dropped the ball on this one as all Horatio really does is charge around the city with a gun. More than anything, I would have loved to see a Michael Mann 'Heat'-style coffee chat with Mac and Horatio, talking about anything. Both are amazing characters, both the actors and the characters they play, that more of a conversation between the two would have been incredible.
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