CSI: NY

Season 2 Episode 22

Stealing Home

7
Aired Friday 9:00 PM May 03, 2006 on CBS
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Two women, both claiming to be the wife of a murder victim, surprise Mac and Stella at the circumstances of their relationships. Both women have been in a trinogamous marriage with the victim. Meanwhile, Danny and Lindsay investigate the murder of a young woman who is found off a dock tangled up in kelp while she is dressed as a mermaid.moreless

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Anna Belknap

Anna Belknap

Lindsay Monroe

Carmine Giovinazzo

Carmine Giovinazzo

Danny Messer

Eddie Cahill

Eddie Cahill

Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.

Gary Sinise

Gary Sinise

Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor

Hill Harper

Hill Harper

Dr. Sheldon Hawkes

Melina Kanakaredes

Melina Kanakaredes

Detective Stella Bonasera

Jason Brooks

Jason Brooks

Paul White

Guest Star

Billy Gallo

Billy Gallo

James Vackner

Guest Star

Paul Hipp

Paul Hipp

William Mamet

Guest Star

Robert Joy

Robert Joy

Dr. Sid Hammerback

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When entering the room of the threesome, Hawkes refers to expecting a robo-spanker. There actually was a robot spanker in the lab in Season 1's episode Hush.

    • Goof: Two people in a relationship is MONOgamy (committed to one person).

      Three people in a relationship is BInogamy/bigamy (committed to two people).

      The wives in this episode claim that they are TRInogamous. But that would add up to four people in the relationship (each committed to three people).

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Stella: How did you know she was going to slap you?
      Mac: I didn't. I thought she'd give me a little punch in the arm.

    • Mac: Sometimes bad things happen to good people, and you don't get to know why.

    • Sid: Have you ever had a threesome?
      (Hawkes stares at Sid and drops bullet into evidence envelope)

    • (Mac and Hawkes enter the Jeffries' apartment.)
      Mac: Welcome to the house of trinogamy.
      Hawkes: Wow, I gotta admit this was not what I expected.
      Mac: I'll bite. What were you expecting?
      Hawkes: I dunno...lava lamps, weird tapestry, a robo-spanker, maybe a couple of big--
      Mac: (cuts him off) Alright, alright. I'm sorry I asked.

    • Lindsay: You think Danny calls me Montana because I'm a 49er's fan?
      Sid: He calls you that because he has a crush on you.

    • Danny: Montana!
      (Lindsay looks at him.)
      Danny: See a view like this, eh? (refers to the bay and the city) Beats the wheat fields, no?
      (Lindsay walks over to stand beside him and look at the view.)
      Lindsay: Have you ever even seen a wheat field? (goes back to the body)
      Danny: (after a moment of silence) What's to see? It's just wheat.

    • Stella: (referring to the committed threesome of Mark, Elle, and Laura Jeffries) I think we need to look a little further into their arrangement.
      Mac: I'm not sure I can take much more.

    • Mac: (after seeing Elle and Laura Jeffries console one another after seeing their husband dead) I think that answers the boy scout question.

    • Stella: (after seeing a victim who was shot in the eye) That's not pretty.

    • Stella: Mac, are you seeing this?
      Mac: Yeah, a mermaid. Why not?
      Lindsay: No throwing this one back.
      Mac: This one's a keeper.

    • (Stella picks up the newspaper with the bullet's metal jacket in it)
      Stella: Ripped from the headlines.

  • NOTES (5)

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Hawkes mentions a robo-spanker as one of the things he would expect to find in the married threesome's house. This is an allusion to 1x16 Hush, in which Danny and Aiden worked a case about human bondage where one of the items confiscated was a robo-spanker.

    • James Vackner: (After he is confronted with proof that he was the mermaid murderer) So it goes.

      This line can be a possible reference to the Kurt Vonnegut's novel Slaughterhouse Five, where "So it goes" was said when any character died.

    • Mermaid Parade: At the beginning of the episode, Mac and Stella make a reference to the Coney Island Mermaid Parade after they pull the mermaid out of the water.

      The Coney Island Mermaid Parade, which began in 1983, was started by Dick Zigun, founder of Coney Island, USA. The Mermaid Parade celebrates the start of the Summer season, and pays homage to original Coney Island Mardi Gras parades from the early 20th century. It takes place annually on the first Saturday of Summer- rain or shine.

    • Stella: Ripped from the headlines.

      This line is a direct reference to Law and Order's TAG line, in which a good majority of its episodes are based on real-life stories.

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