CSI: NY

Season 9 Episode 17

Today Is Life

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A group of protesters breaks into the NYPD precinct after the police are suspected of killing an unarmed man. Mac and Flack find themselves caught up in the chaos as the team makes a fast move to try and solve the case. On the personal side, Mac contemplates his future with Christine.

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So let me get this straight . The moral of the story is if you're a policeman You can kill the first black man you see if you're chasing one in a alley even if the guy you shot is dark skin and the perpetrator is light skin because blacks all look alike right? WTF.
I dont know what woman black or white would come forward to justify some cop killing her fiance because he was black in an alley at the wrong time even tho he looked nothing like the perpetrator.smh.
imagine an innocent white guy shot by a black officer and all he said was I was chasing a pale face white man in the alley.I came around the corner a white man appeared with a dark tan I didn't see a gun but I saw a white man so i shot cuz he could've been the white man I was chasing. WTF
I'm never watching this show again! Smdh
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very disapointed if is the last show, and they dont have the show done in a way of saying goodby, like mac and christine getting married. if no saying goodby and definetly not coming back very poor tase. marge
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I heard that this is the last episode of the season. Is this true?
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It is, yes.
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Why?
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Because they didn't order a full 22 episodes, and they want to try "Golden Boy" in "CSI:NY"'s slot.
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They may still renew it and have another season. Depends on how well "Golden Boy" does, I guess.
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Thanks, I'm sorry this can be the last one ever.
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Drama, Suspense

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tech heavy, Detectives, flashbacks, Murder & Mayhem, spinoff