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'Holding Cell' - episode 12 discussion (possible spoilers)

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    laurameyer

    [1]Jan 13, 2011
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    http://www.tv.com/csi-ny/holding-cell/episode/1361568/summary.html?tag=search_results;summary


    Enjoy!

    Edited on 01/13/2011 3:53pm
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    boom-moo

    [2]Jan 13, 2011
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    Thank you, Laura Looking forward to it.
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    jordinajamaica

    [3]Jan 14, 2011
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    I'm looking forward to it too... It's supposed to have some link with Spain and with Barcelona's crime lab... I bet I'm gonna end WIth my eyes crossed after rolling them so much...
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    boom-moo

    [4]Jan 14, 2011
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    It can be a good laugh, JJ
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    tonyandzivafan

    [5]Jan 14, 2011
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    Maybe some spanish hotties. I'm just happy its a new episode.
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    jordinajamaica

    [6]Jan 15, 2011
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    Ok... I've just seen 5 minutes and I'm already They got the story right, the names could be from people in Barcelona, but the music and the accent were totally from Mexico!!! C'mon!!! And I When they talked about 'Mossos D'esquadra'!! This is the Catalan police!! That's a kuddos for them, but they could have found a Spanish dude to play Hector, or someone with Spanish accent at least...


    EDIT: Hector spoke in Spanish again... The guy is Cuban... And the woman playing his sister looks from South America...


    I loved the scene with Danny and Flack at the bar!! The countdown was hilarious!!


    We got a little DL scene, which was good too!


    Adam was cute being so nervous


    All in all it wasn't bad... maybe a little slow... but the story was quite good...

    Edited on 01/15/2011 5:49am
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    haldrey

    [7]Jan 15, 2011
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    It was quite an interesting and entertaining episode but yes, the Spanish thing was all wrong.
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    Juliab24

    [8]Jan 15, 2011
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    I liked the story, I don't think NY has really done this topic before.



    The Danny and Flack scene at the bar was funny. There was quite a bit of humor which was needed to balance out the serious story.


    We got a nice D/L scene and a Lucy mention. I loved Hawks' laugh at Lindsay teaching Lucy spanish and Danny not being able to understand what is being said. Danny needs to teach Lucy italian.



    It started out a little slow, but all in all enjoyable.

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    boom-moo

    [9]Jan 17, 2011
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    jordinajamaica wrote:

    they could have found a Spanish dude to play Hector, or someone with Spanish accent at least...


    EDIT: Hector spoke in Spanish again... The guy is Cuban... And the woman playing his sister looks from South America...

    How about "Poco a poco sube la vieja al coco"? Very Spanish indeed. But hey, the mentioned the "paella"

    TPTB, please do your research better.
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    jordinajamaica

    [10]Jan 17, 2011
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    ok.. I didn't want to say anything about that because although it didn't sound it was from here at all but I'm not good at this 'refranes' thingie...
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    boom-moo

    [11]Jan 17, 2011
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    Totally South American, we don't climb up coco trees very often Lol
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    tonyandzivafan

    [12]Jan 17, 2011
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    Ok I am feeling really bad b/c I thought they did a good job Spanish wise. Apparently, not as good as I thought.

    Overall I liked the storyline in the episode. One thing I would have liked to have seen was the little sister talk.

    Oh... And this might have been just me but did anyone think for a second that the victim took his life b/c he was responsible for his dad's death? Or he felt responsible?
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    boom-moo

    [13]Jan 17, 2011
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    tonyandzivafan wrote:
    And this might have been just me but did anyone think for a second that the victim took his life b/c he was responsible for his dad's death? Or he felt responsible?
    It crossed my mind, I thought he felt responsible as well.
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    pgsuperfan

    [14]Jan 18, 2011
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    I have to agree a totally fake Spanish accent

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    boom-moo

    [15]Jan 18, 2011
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    What is the important new evidence that was found on the body during the embalming process?
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    jordinajamaica

    [16]Jan 18, 2011
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    boom-moo wrote:
    What is the important new evidence that was found on the body during the embalming process?

    I think it was the bruising from the attempt of soffocation, BM
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    boom-moo

    [17]Jan 18, 2011
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    But it doesn't make any sense, does it? How come Sid didn't see it? According to him the bruising was about 1 week old. Bruisings usually are noticeable for that long, let alone the kind of bruise you should get in the soft neck skin after being heavily frictioned with a rope. It makes no sense to me that the body had no mark whatsoever. Neither does Miguel himself in the scenes he is alive and that happened after the strangulation attempt (when talking to Natalia into helping him stage his suicide for example).
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    jordinajamaica

    [18]Jan 18, 2011
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    During the embalsamations, some of the processes, like removing the blood, reveal older bruisings... It's possible that a bruise has faded after a week but the tissue is not completely healed so when they remove the blood they reappear... It's something about the descomposition of a body process...
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    boom-moo

    [19]Jan 18, 2011
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    I see. Still I find odd for a one week old stragulation by rope bruising to fully fade.

    Thanks
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    jordinajamaica

    [20]Jan 18, 2011
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    No problem.

    I guess that since the guy didn't finish the job it was a very deep bruise...*shrugs*
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