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    laurameyer

    [1]Jul 7, 2011
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    Out of respect for Spoiler free people and in an effort to support their decision and make their navigation around the forum safe, this is the one and only thread where spoilers are allowed to be posted and commented on.



    1) These aren't considered spoilers:

    a) CBS video promos from the website or Youtube.

    b) Episode synopses from tv.com, IMDb, or TV Guide.

    c) EDITED episode synopses from thefutoncritic.com.

    d) Cast list from IMDb.

    2)These are spoilers:

    a) Promotional stills and pictures from the episode

    b) Sides, scripts, plot giveaways

    c) Basically anything that's NOT in what is mentioned above. For example - if CBS decides on a Monday that they want to post all sorts of pictures about Wednesday's episode, that's okay - it's CBS releasing it for the public, not someone getting their hands on something that CBS doesn't want the public to know.

    2) You can post links to things, so long as you mention that there are spoilers in the link. Promo stills should not be posted until the day of the episode. If you want to post the pic before then, post a link to it.

    3) Remember that if the word "spoilers" is not in the thread title, you need to give warning when you post them. This can be done by putting WARNING: SPOILERS and then several lines between the warning and the spoilers, then putting END SPOILERS. Please keep in mind that multiple spaces do not always format correctly, so try putting asterisks instead of blank lines. Preferably, the warning should be in ALL CAPS and also in RED TEXT so that it is more noticeable when skimming.

    Or, you can white the spoilers out, so that you have to highlight to read it. That way, if you don't want to know, you don't have to read it. If your post has the 'blue' background, please use the quote function - [quote ] [ / quote ] without the spaces - and then white it out. If you don't know what color background your post will have, PREVIEW IT FIRST. Yeah. You can do that. This is a tv.com rule.

    4) Once an episode has aired in the ENTIRE US and Canada, it is no longer considered a spoiler. It is generally a good idea, if you are SF, to avoid the forums on Wednesday nights from 10 PM Eastern to 2 AM Eastern Thursday morning - or whenever NY has finished airing in your time zone.

    5) There is a general spoiler thread, which can be found here. ANY and ALL spoilers go inthat thread.

    ANY and ALL spoilers go in that thread. Also, in the correct episode discussion threads, provided that they are posted properly, as stated in #3. Under no circumstances are spoilers to be posted in the other threads, unless they are posted properly. NO SPOILERS ARE ALLOWED IN THE M&M THREADS OR ANY OTHER THREAD AT ALL.

    6) A theory that you concocted is NOT a spoiler. The only way you could spoil someone with speculation was if you mention an actual spoiler in your theory. Speculating about what is going to happen is half the fun of watching a television show, and we aren't going to keep you from doing that.

    7) Something that was SUPPOSED to happen in an episode, but DIDN'T, is STILL considered a spoiler. Just because it didn't happen in that particular episode doesn't mean that it won't happen later. Episodes are rewritten multiple times before being filmed, and it's possible that the scene was pushed back. Also, spoilers are often unreliable information.

    For example, when 312 aired, a lot of people assumed it was Lindsay's last episode, even though it had been previously stated that 314 was. After 312 aired, people complained that they had removed the card that Lindsay gives Danny. "What happened to the card?" "Lindsay was supposed to give Danny a card!" The card came in 314, and thanks to those people, we SF people were spoiled.

    8 ) Letting people know if a spoiler is good or bad is STILL a spoiler! Saying that you're excited about an upcoming episode because the spoilers are good is basically ruining the episode for us SF people.

    9) Please do NOT quote spoilers. Also, please refrain from discussing said spoilers in any thread other than the spoiler thread, unless you follow the same guidelines you would for posting a spoiler.

    Spoiler free people list:

    Chantal (Chanouel) - spoiler-free since always!

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    Blue_24 spoiler free sine July 7th 2009.

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    [2]Jul 13, 2011
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    ***SPOILER***



    http://www.tvguide.com/News/Mega-Buzz-Greys-CSINY-Vampire-Diaries-1035219.aspx

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    Season 7 premieres on Friday, Sept. 23, at 9/8c Source

    Rumours & Unconfirmed Sources:


    -In the Sept. 23 season premiere, we will see that Danny's promotion means he had to leave the lab and return to patrol, where he supervises uniformed officers in his precinct. And as for the Messers' marriage, you will need to wait no longer than Episode 2 to witness how Danny's new gig is affecting things between him and Lindsay.

    General Spoilers:


    -Season 8 has been picked up for 18 episodes Source

    -Have you heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? - Diane
    ADAM: Get ready to finally meet Mrs. Mac Taylor - through flashbacks, of course. I'm hearing the season premiere will find Mac thinking of his beloved Claire more than ever as the 10th anniversary of 9/11 - and her death - rolls around. While a pushy new forensics tech will ask Mac some prying personal questions about his late wife, viewers will get a glimpse at how Claire spent her final hours.
    Source.

    -Anything on CSI: New York's Danny and Lindsay?
    We had a feeling you'd want some Danny-Lindsay scoop so we tracked down CSI: New York executive producer Pam Veasey and she told us that Danny's (Carmine Giovinazzo) new promotion makes things a challenge for the married detectives: "They are like ships passing in the night. They have to deal with that and wonder what [the promotion] is worth and then Danny will make a decision about it." Does that mean he'll be returning to the crime lab soon? She says: "It's awhile, it takes awhile. But they do have to talk about it."

    -Are we going to see Lucy Messer this season on CSI: New York?
    Survey says: Yes! Executive producer Pam Veasey tells us we'll see the littlest Messer again: "But she won't be 19 or anything. She'll be her true age. We won't advance her forward and be like. '[Speaks in adult voice] Hi, Mom.'" Source.

    -Is there anything coming up for CSI:NY's Det. Flack?
    You might be pleased to hear that the prodigal sister of Detective Flack (Eddie Cahill) will be reappearing in his life. Only time will tell if she's still on the wagon or perhaps face down on the sidewalk. We think it's safe to say that she'll bring some drama to the CSI: New York detective's life because no long lost siblings ever show up just to check-in or grab a drink-er, coffee Source.

    Episode 8x01 'Indelible' Spoilers:


    -For those in doubt, everyone is back. That includes Mac, Jo, Lindsay, Danny, Flack, Hawkes, Adam and Sid-
    -Can't figure out the case details too much but it seems an attempted robbery at a bar turns fatal.
    The episode features scenes that brings viewers to Mac's past. Mac meets up with a fire chief who also lost someone on 9/11. It appears Mac now works at a lab that tests DNA from 9/11. If you remember the ending of "Blink" this episode kind of goes there at the end.
    -It appears there's a new recurring character named Hannah.
    -The team is minus one during the investigation: Mac. It's unclear whether he joins back in this episode or not, but at the end of the investigation Jo, Danny, Lindsay (who shares a kiss with Danny), and Adam are the only ones working together.

    -Cassidy Freeman is to guest-star in 8x01 where she will play a bartender whose male co-worker is killed in a robbery gone bad Source

    -Danny is referred to as Sgt Messer, so he definitely took the promotion - not sure how that will work out with his team interaction, but he's working the case with them in the premiere, so I don't think we'll be seeing any less of him.
    -It appears that several months have passed since the finale.
    -The team plans to attend a ceremony for a project Mac has been working on for the past few months - the project relates to 9/11 victims.

    -An open-and-shut robbery/homicide proves more complicated than anyone had anticipated.
    -Claire is in the episode, shown in flashbacks.
    -Hannah is a potentially recurring character. She's a forensics technician who is book brilliant but a bit lacking in social skills.
    -The episode was written by Zachary Reiter and John Dove and will be directed by Frederick E.O. Toye.
    -The episode starts off with a flashback to September 11th. It's 7:30 in the morning and Mac is in the bathroom shaving. He nicks his face and blood drops down. Claire teases him by pretending to call 911 and making fun of the fact that he's listening to N'Sync. It then comes back to the present with Mac standing in front of the mirror with his American flag pin and the TV talking about the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
    Source.

    -The season eight premiere of CSI: New York will honor the tenth anniversary of September 11th in a way that is very personal for leading man Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise). As New York viewers learned during the pilot episode, "Blink", Mac's wife Claire died in the World Trade Center on 9/11. It has been ten years since the tragedy, and the crime drama will give Mac some emotional material during the season premiere. According to TV Line and TV Guide, Claire will be featured in flashbacks that offer a glimpse of the hours leading up to the attack. A new forensic tech named Hannah will make things more difficult for Mac by asking questions about his late wife.
    Source.

    -It looks like several months have passed since the finale. Mac left the department, and he has been working on a memorial to honor the first responders who died on 9/11. Mac worked on the project with a retired Fire Chief named John Vincent, who lost two sons that day, and they have become close friends.
    -There will be a ceremony to unveil the memorial, and the rest of the team plans to go to support Mac.
    -Mac also spends time at a laboratory that tests the remains of 9/11 victims to extract DNA that will help with identification. It looks like he works there, along with a young woman named Hannah.
    -Mac thinks about Claire several times throughout the episode.
    -I'm guessing Jo is in charge now.
    -As for the case itself: a man is shot outside of a bar after a robbery gone wrong.
    -There will also be a flashback featuring Sid on 9/11. He was working at a makeshift morgue near Ground Zero. Source.

    -The season premiere will mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, which means it's going to be an emotional episode for Mac who, as you know, lost his wife in the attacks. It doesn't help matters that the new forensics tech Hannah - who's book-smart but socially inept - starts hounding him with questions about his missus' passing. BTW, word on the street is several pivotal scenes will be shot on location in New York. Source.

    -"Indelible" picks up four months after the season seven finale. It has been exactly ten years since September 11, 2001, and Mac cannot help but think back to that fateful day. He spent the morning with his wife, Claire; she teased him as he shaved to get ready for work, and Mac surprised her with tickets to the opera. They were going to go that night, and Claire was excited. They were very much a couple in love, going about their lives with no clue that tragedy would befall them just a few short hours later.
    -In the present, Mac goes to work at Piper Laboratories, a private DNA lab. He left the New York Crime Lab four months ago, and his new job gives him the opportunity to help others who lost loved ones during the attack ten years ago. Piper Laboratories tests the remains of 9/11 victims, and they are trying to develop new DNA extraction techniques that will allow them to identify victims and give families some much-needed closure.
    -Mac works alongside a brilliant young lab tech named Hannah McCray, who has a lot of book smarts but spends too much time behind a microscope. She asks him about Claire, and she wonders if he's working at Piper Laboratories because he's hoping his research will help identify his wife's remains. Mac explains that it isn't just about him; there are more than 1,000 unidentified victims from 9/11, and he understands their families' pain all-too-well. The lab has only identified one victim in the past year and a half, but Mac knows that giving even one more family closure makes all of the hard work worthwhile.
    -Mac has also spent the past four months working on a project to honor heroes who lost their lives on 9/11. His former colleagues in the New York Crime Lab hope to close their latest case in time to attend the unveiling ceremony and show their support. The case finds the remaining CSIs working alongside Sergeant Danny Messer on a robbery gone tragically wrong. Two men wearing hooded sweatshirts and sunglasses barged into a bar late at night, robbing the patrons and killing Sean Pearson, the man stationed at the door.
    -The team is able to track the suspects down by tracing the cellphones they stole from the people in the bar. Danny and Flack burst into the apartment with a pair of uniformed officers, catching them in possession of the stolen goods and several guns. When they bring the suspects in for questioning, the men seem surprised to learn that Sean is dead. They may have robbed the place, but they claim they didn't shoot anybody. It doesn't sound believable, but the evidence may prove that someone else pulled the trigger Source.

    -Claire Taylor will be played by Former General Hospital and Eastwick star Jaime Ray Newman. She will appear in flashbacks during the show's Season 8 premiere, which honors the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
    -According to executive producer Pam Veasey:"We're taking all of our characters back to that day. You get to see them together. You see why Claire loved Mac, and why Mac loved her."
    -Mac's moments of reflection may offer him some inspiration to look for love again. A few women in the past pursued Mac, this time he might be the pursuer Source.

    -Mac will be shown interacting with his wife in flashbacks and fans will get a glimpse of what some of the other characters were doing on that day as well. However, not everyone will get the flashback treatment. Lindsay was in Montana so her point of view was all through the television. Adam was in New York. But you don't see his flashback.
    -One of the flashbacks will feature Danny and Flack and it will capture the moment these two met in front of the World Trade Center, and the events of 9/11 created a lifelong bond between them Source.

    -Thanks so much for coverage/spoilers of #CSINY! Anything else we can squeeze out of you? Danny/Lindsay, Flack or ...?
    You are very welcome. And we have more! We asked Anna Belknap about her favorite moment in premiere, she told us: "The first episode had a nice scene between Lindsay and Adam, which I thought was really sweet. He has a really touching monologue about where he was on 9/11 and it's... painful." Source.

    8x01 Pictures:
    -Vanessa Marcil Giovinazzo posted these pictures on Twitter featuring Carmine Giovinazzo on a street covered with dust and debris from the opening episode. Set designer Will Batts also posted a picture of the street.
    -Gallery here.

    Episode 8x02 'Keep It Real' Spoilers:


    -A young man named Michael winds up dead on the floor of his apartment, and his girlfriend Miranda is distraught. She was there when he was shot, but she didn't see the killer, and Michael wasn't able to tell her who it was before he died.
    -Michael and Miranda have only known each other for a few weeks. They met at the vintage music store where she works. Michael and his roommate Josh were arguing over music, and Miranda joined the conversation. She and Michael hit it off immediately. She admired a vintage guitar hanging nearby, which had a $1500 price tag. She couldn't afford it, but Michael pulled the money together to get it for her.
    -Mac is back in the lab.
    -Danny and Lindsay have at least one personal scene, and as this season will find him supervising uniformed officers instead of working in the lab with his wifewe we'll see how they're adjusting to Danny's promotion.
    -Jo's son Tyler is back, he and his mom discuss his new roommate.
    -Aly Michalka will appear in episode 8x02 and will play a rocker named Miranda. The character gets questioned by the CSIs after her boyfriend is murdered Source.

    -The second episode of CSI: New York's eighth season will find the CSIs searching for a killer after a young man is shot in his apartment, and his roommate is nowhere to be found.
    -Keep It Real" opens in a club, where a beautiful young woman named Miranda (guest star Aly Michalka) is playing the guitar and singing on stage. She makes eye contact with Michael, one of the guys in the crowd. She singles him out as if they're the only ones there. Michael is clearly falling for this woman: everybody in the club wants her, but she's only interested in him. Michael's roommate and best friend Josh walks up and hands him a drink. Josh is clearly trying to be cool, but he's failing. He points out that Michael must be in love, and Michael wonders if it was all worth it.
    -Unfortunately, the happiness can't last. Michael is shot to death in his apartment while Miranda is in the bedroom. She runs out of the bedroom and kneels beside Michael on the floor, getting blood all over herself, but she can't save him. He tries to say something before he dies, but the words won't come out.
    -The team speaks to Miranda, and she admits that she's only known Michael for a few weeks. They met in the record store where she works. Michael and Josh were having a disagreement about music, and Miranda jumped into the conversation. She and Michael immediately hit it off, and Michael noticed her admiring an expensive guitar on the wall. He later bought it for her.
    -The team can't locate Josh, so they don't know if he's a suspect or another potential victim. They find a jar of lotion used for people with new tattoos, and they know it belongs to Josh since Michael didn't have any ink. If they figure out what kind of tattoo he has, they can use it to put out a description to help track him down. Flack speaks to the owner of the tattoo parlor, Chad, who admits that he remembers Josh-it would be hard to forget a guy who paid $1000 to get a giant dolphin tattoo on his back. While he got the tattoo done, Josh complained to Chad about his roommate's new girlfriend and how she was ruining their friendship.
    -Things get more complicated when the team discovers that counterfeit money may be involved. Meanwhile, Jo gets together with her son Tyler (Cody Longo, "Identity Crisis"), and the pair has a chat about his new roommate. Also, Danny and Lindsay are still adjusting to Danny's new job as Sergeant, which keeps him on the street and away from the lab.
    Source.

    8x02 Pictures:
    -Gallery here.

    Episode 8x03 'Cavallino Rampante' Spoilers:


    -Danny briefs the uniformed officers under his command, explaining that they've been asked to help track down a ring of car thieves who specialize in Ferraris. They're looking for two 20-something young women who work together to steal the cars. Meanwhile, the women in question, Nicole and Michelle, are heading down the street looking for their latest target.
    -After the briefing, Danny heads out with a young officer named Lauren Chambers. She drives, and Danny sits shotgun. She tries to ask about his job at the Crime Lab and whether it was boring compared to life on the beat, but he doesn't offer much information. Instead, he instructs her to head into a parking garage. Car thieves sometimes leave vehicles in a public place to make sure there isn't a tracking device to lead the police to them: if the car is still there after a few days, they're in the clear. Danny and Lauren see a Ferrari, which seems out of place. They approach the car slowly. They don't see a driver, but there's a body stuffed inside: it's Michelle.
    -Danny isn't reacting very well to being in charge. He's not just trying to keep himself out of trouble now, he's also got 15 other people under his command to watch out for. Lauren makes a series of minor mistakes, and Danny loses his temper with her. Mac comes to see him and takes him out for coffee, telling him it isn't easy being the boss and that Danny can't be too hard on himself if it takes a while to become a good leader.
    Source.
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    Episode 8x04 'Officer Involved' Spoilers:


    -The episode revolves around Danny being investigated by Internal Affairs. Source.

    -It starts things off immediately with Danny waking up on a NYC street next to a dead body. He has blood on his hand and his ankle holster is empty: the gun's missing. Two officers in civilian clothing (Terrence Foley and George Cates) run up to Danny and it appears they're also injured. As Danny starts to stand up with the officers' assistance, he notices Officer Cooper (from episode 8.03) to his side, with his weapon, and claiming to have shot in the guy on the ground in self-defense.
    -Adam is out in the field processing the scene.
    -There's a D/L scene where Lindsay wants to take Danny out to dinner, but he doesn't quite feel up to it. She pushes the issue...
    Source.

    -The episode seems to pick up where episode 8.03 left off. Danny wakes up on the ground and looks around, seeing a dead body and feeling blood on his head. He notices that his ankle holster is empty, and Officer Lauren Cooper is holding his gun nearby. Two of Danny's other rookies, Officer Cates and Officer Foley, tell him what happened: a couple of guys started a fight, and they hit Danny over the head with a bottle. One of the guys pulled a gun and shot at Lauren, and she took Danny's gun and fired back. She killed the man in self-defense.
    -Lindsay comes to the scene and tells Danny she got a babysitter. Danny says she doesn't have to worry about him, but she says she wants to get some dinner together so they can spend a few hours not worrying about what's going to happen.
    -The team finds GSR on the victim's sleeve, but there's no sign of the gun. It looks like Lauren, Cates and Foley are hiding something, and the CSIs need to figure out exactly what happened because Danny was unconscious during the shooting. The search for the gun gets more urgent when it is used to kill someone.
    -Adam works the scene. I see everyone but Sid (although he could still be there, of course). Later in the episode, Lindsay confronts Lauren about whatever she's hiding, pointing out that Danny's career could be ruined.
    Source.

    Episode 8x05 'Air Apparent' Spoilers:


    -The team processes a gruesome crime scene, where a young woman named Angela has been stabbed to death. There's blood everywhere, and the name "Bill" is written on the wall in blood. This seems to point straight to her boyfriend Bill, an ex-convict who was released from prison several weeks ago. The police arrest him while he's at family dinner with his mother and brother Jordy. Bill swears he didn't kill Angela, but there's cocaine in her apartment, and he's got cocaine in his system.
    -Jordy is one of the top high school basketball players in the country, and he's really going places - he doesn't need any distractions when there are college scouts watching his every move on the court. Bill used to be a good basketball player too, before he screwed up his life and ended up in jail. Jordy is devastated because his brother swore he'd clean up his act this time.
    -It looks like Flack's sister Samantha will make an appearance.
    -Overall, I see everyone but Sid and Adam (which doesn't mean they won't be there, of course). It looks like the episode will focus more on Mac and Flack Source.

    -Justin Bruening and Robbie Amell will guest star in episode 8x05 Source.

    Episode 8x06 'Get Me Out Of Here!' Spoilers:


    -This is definitely aimed towards being a Halloween episode. Ally and Brian are two teenagers making their way through Marymount Cementary, trying to catch up to one another so they can engage in sexual activities. Brian is finally able to catch up to Ally but she doesn't want to make it appear that he can get with her so easy. She runs off again, laughing, but ends up falling face first into a deep hole in the ground. Fortunately for her, she's not alone! Well, kind of. She's on top of a very very dead body. Gross!
    -Mac, Jo, and Flack are the first ones to arrive at the scene. Hawkes gets the dirty work -- having to jump in the grave and process it.
    -Adam may have been in a fraternity.
    -Adam's also out in the field with Danny.
    -Not much else, but everyone is mentioned. Source.

    Episode 8x07 'Crushed' Spoilers:


    -The night is just getting started at a well-attended high school 11th grade party. Alcohol is flowing and everyone is having fun. Things don't end well when a girl ends up dead, crushed.
    The entire CSI team is in the field for this case: Mac, Jo, Danny, Hawkes, Lindsay, Flack, and Sid. -Jo and Lindsay have a bit of a tense moment when it appears a test was not done correctly. Jo wants to make sure the guy doesn't get off again, but (it appears) Lindsay's processing of evidence was not impeccable. Lindsay seems a bit taken aback due to Jo's bluntness.
    -Can't tell much case-wise. Flack and Jo have a cute moment. A girl had no idea she was the joke of the party and Flack was going to say it to her, but Jo makes a hand gesture and he stops. Flack wonders if she's getting all mushy on him, but she responds by whacking him with a folder Source.

    Pictures


    -Hill posted these.
    -AJ and Carmine in a frat house set here.

    Videos


    -First promotional video for season 8 here..
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    8x15 Kill Screen pictures here.

    8x16 Slainte details and pics here.

    A wave of brutality threatens a small New York City community. As Flack investigates a crime after a body is found dismembered and strategically left out on four street corners he is surprised by an explosion.

    8x17 Unwrapped details and pics here.

    Jo tries to get to the bottom of the murder of a successful businessman who still felt the pull of his old neighbourhood by going to a Brooklyn housing project and speaking to the victim's old friends and neighbours.
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    8x18 (season finale) details here.

    -The finale will highlight the family dynamic of the team members.Working together has created a close bond between the CSIs, which will be the focus of the finale. It is really a show about the relationships of every single one of our characters with Mac Taylor. How they relate to him, how he's a father, a brother, a friend, a boss, a godfather to all of these people. And how each of the characters individual lives relate to his, how he needed them, how they needed him.

    -We've got our fingers crossed for Season 9, but we're very much a bubble show. We beat the odds last year, and now we have to compete again. If the show does get picked up for another year, I think our finale dictates really going home with them in another season and really expanding beyond the job.
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    About Mac and Christine

    -It's clear these characters both make a choice to pursue this relationship, and Mac has to come to terms with that. They are letting their emotions lead them rather than their logic, and that's rare for Mac Taylor. You see him make a few different choices and easily let Christine join his family that he cares so much about. We're looking to see where we're going for that in Season 9 Source.
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    Lucy Messer to be back in the season 8 finale Source.

    8x16 preview and a glimpse at the finale here and here.

    Details on the finale from TV Guide's Mega Buzz:

    Mac gets shot! But don't worry, he'll at least survive long enough for all the show's characters to wax sentimental about him. "It's about all of their relationships and closeness with Mac as a father figure, as a friend, as a boss," executive producer Pam Veasey tells us about the season (series?) finale. "Some people are releasing demons, others are talking about their future." In particular, Veasey says Danny and Lindsay (who will have little Lucy in tow) will make an unexpected announcement about their plans for the days ahead.

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    8x18 "Near Death" season finale press release is out:

    When Mac is shot, he finds himself in limbo between life and death and, as he fights for his life, it's up to his team to bring the shooter to justice, on the eighth season finale of "CSI: NY," Friday, May 11.

    Pictures here.

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    8x18 Near Death preview here.

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    Posts #3 to #9 are gonna be used to list every spoiler we come across arranged per episode (or as 'general spoilers' when the episode number is unknown) so we can have easy access and quick reference to them along the hiatus and the season.

    I will keep them updated with all the new information that is posted in the thread.

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    It sounds really good and respectful for all those vics of 9/11

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    jordinajamaica

    [12]Jul 14, 2011
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    YAY!! I'm so glad we are getting some info already! The premiere sounds great! Can't wait!!
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    Taylorchick

    [13]Jul 14, 2011
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    Has it been confirmed how many episodes there will be? I heard it's not going to be the full 22 more like 18 or something?

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    [14]Jul 14, 2011
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    As far as I know there hasn't been any official confirmation on the # of episodes.
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    Taylorchick

    [15]Jul 14, 2011
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    Thank you Boom I hope this Hayley isn't going to be a new love interest for Mac or another kid of Claire's you know if she's young like they have already hinted how bout Adam or Don getting some love

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    boom-moo

    [16]Jul 14, 2011
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    Hannah is described as a brilliant professional but but a bit lacking in social skills so I really don't see her as a potential love interest for Mac. Lol, she could be an interesting match for Adam indeed.
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    jordinajamaica

    [17]Jul 14, 2011
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    They tried that twice already and it didn't work... Remember Haylen? it lasted a couple of chapters because everyone hated her... and eventhough we all liked Kendall they kicked her out too... I don't have very high hopes in this one...
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    Taylorchick

    [18]Jul 14, 2011
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    Yeah it would be good to see Adam get some love, even Flack it's been 3 years since Jess died so yeah he deserves some too

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    [19]Jul 14, 2011
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    I've commented on that at the "What Do You Want From Season 8?" thread, Taylor

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    -It looks like several months have passed since the finale. Mac left the department, and he has been working on a memorial to honor the first responders who died on 9/11. Mac worked on the project with a retired Fire Chief named John Vincent, who lost two sons that day, and they have become close friends.
    -There will be a ceremony to unveil the memorial, and the rest of the team plans to go to support Mac.
    -Mac also spends time at a laboratory that tests the remains of 9/11 victims to extract DNA that will help with identification. It looks like he works there, along with a young woman named Hannah.
    -Mac thinks about Claire several times throughout the episode.
    -I'm guessing Jo is in charge now.
    -As for the case itself: a man is shot outside of a bar after a robbery gone wrong.
    -There will also be a flashback featuring Sid on 9/11. He was working at a makeshift morgue near Ground Zero. Source.

    -The season premiere will mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, which means it's going to be an emotional episode for Mac who, as you know, lost his wife in the attacks. It doesn't help matters that the new forensics tech Hannah - who's book-smart but socially inept - starts hounding him with questions about his missus' passing. BTW, word on the street is several pivotal scenes will be shot on location in New York. Source.

    Edited on 07/16/2011 6:58pm
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    jordinajamaica

    [20]Jul 18, 2011
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    A more detailed article on the premiere!


    http://www.csifiles.com/content/2011/07/the-season-8-premiere-of-csiny-recognizes-the-indelible-mark-left-by-911/#more-15729


    Mac is no longer working at the lab!! And seems like Danny is the boss!! I can't wait!!!

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