CSI: NY

Commuted Sentences

Season 4, Ep 7, Aired 11/7/07
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  • Episode Description
  • The team has two cases tonight and two great tourist locations: Madison Square Park where a man is stabbed to death, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where a woman is shot dead on the steps. What is even more perplexing about these cases is that the team soon realizes that these two victims hold something criminal in common.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Anna Belknap

    Lindsay Monroe

  • Emmanuelle Vaugier

    Det. Jessica Angell

  • Jenny J. Wade

    Fern Lazlow

  • A.J. Buckley

    Adam Ross

  • Carmine Giovinazzo

    Danny Messer

  • Fan Reviews (17)
  • Two separate crime scenes are investigated here. A man found stabbed to death in Madison Square Park and a woman shot and killed on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The cases look unrelated on the surface, but Mac soon finds out otherwise.

    By meathead704, Nov 09, 2007

  • I didn't like this one...

    By Fwirrel, Jul 31, 2008

  • The team investigates two cases and learn they are connected

    By Lolita208, Mar 23, 2008

  • Loved it

    By ferriswheel01, Feb 24, 2008

  • squee worthy

    By gwenpiper24, Feb 11, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Mac: She surrendered to anger instead of fighting to go on with her life.

    • Mac: (To Adam, throwing him a muffin after learning that he is on a diet) Eat something.

    • Flack: Four older brothers and a Detective Sergeant for a father. Your old man dust you for prints when you got home from a date? Angell: If it was up to them I wouldn't have known boys existed until I was 21. Flack: I'm sure the boys knew you existed. Angell: (turns to him smiling) Is that a line Flack? (He grins at her) Did you just bust out your game on me? (He turns away smiling, then looks back at her blushing) It was, wasn't it? Look at you, you're blushing. Flack: Come on, game. Game? I have no game. If I did, that's probably as good as it gets. Angell: I think it's pretty good.

    • Danny: Quite impressive, I can't believe that contraption actually worked. Lindsay: And that all three of my shots were perfect. (taps him on the arm with the sling shot and smiles)

    • Stella: (to waiter) Was he with anyone? Waiter: A smoking hot brunette in a red dress, she made the reservation... (checks reservation book) ...under Florence Nightingale, I'm thinking fake name. Flack: Real sharp, Larry!

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    Notes (3)

    • Spanish title: CommutaciĆ³n de Sentencias, meaning Commutation of Senteces.

    • International Air Dates: Norway: January 30, 2008 on TVNorge. United Kingdom: February 23, 2008 on Channel 5. Sweden: March 3, 2008 on Kanal 5. Denmark: March 17, 2008 on Kanal 5. Turkey: April 14, 2008 on CNBC-e. Spain: April 15, 2008 on AXN Spain. The Netherlands: April 16, 2008 on RTL4. Australia: April 28, 2008 on Channel 9. Greece: October 29, 2008 on SKAI. Finland: April 29, 2009 on MTV3. Slovakia: July 23, 2009 on JOJ.

    • Music Featured: Cool It Vixen (version) by Depth Charge. New Path by Gabriel & Dresden. Second Guessing by Tussle. Train by Zagar.

    Trivia (11)

    • Goof: When Flack arrives at Fern's apartment he is wearing a brown shirt in the squad car but in the next shot, outside Fern's apartment door, he is wearing a blue shirt.

    • Stella confesses to Mac that she has run down a check on Drew that hasn't turned up with any match.

    • Vigilantism is a back story in this episode and it is not condoned.

    • Goof: When Messer is handcuffing Amber, Mac changes places between shots, and Amber's handcuffs change from silver to blue.

    • Goof: Kendall is wearing a badge (in the break room scene when she teases Adam with chocolate). Why would a lab tech have one?

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    Allusions (2)

    • Waiter: A smoking hot brunette in a red dress, she made the reservation... (checks reservation book) ...under Florence Nightingale, I'm thinking fake name. Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) who came to be known as The Lady with the Lamp, was a pioneering nurse, writer, and noted statistician.

    • Danny: Hey, yo, Dennis the Menace, wait up! Dennis the Menace centered around the misadventures of Dennis Mitchell.

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