CSI New York Season 3 Episode 7 - Murder Sings the Blues  » TV  »
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  • In this episode we see a wild crazy party right on the subway train (And it looks really amazing, I don't know how they have managed to turn the lights off for the party

    • by Tanya
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      That was a strange episode and I really liked it. I wonder if those things are based on real things that happen in New York City or is it just a pure imagination. I guess to come up with something believable you have to base it on something real, even if it really happens somewhere else or through different means,

      but with the same idea.

      In this episode we see a wild crazy party right on the subway train (And it looks really amazing, I don’t know how they have managed to turn the lights off for the party. The music was really amazing, and that is what kept me wondering if that is real because I would have really loved ...


      • to be on this train). People are having a lot of fun, when all of a sudden a woman sips her drink and starts bleeding for no apparent reason.

        On later examination the CSI team discovers that there are no wounds, it seems like she was burning on the inside and bleeding out of every membrane in her body. At first

        they believe that she is a victim of a biological terrorist attack, but on further examination they realize that only one person was tartgeted.

        The team has also another curious case where a male supermodel is found dead in his swimming pool with the wave motor still running. Before they can look into possible suspects they need to learn about his unusual lifestyle.




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