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CSI: NY: Dancing with the Fishes

Mac, Stella and Det. Flack investigate the death of a young dancer who seems to fall from the sky and crashes into a car near the Queensboro Bridge.

The team learns that the young dancer was enrolled in a famous dance school and her fellow competitors seem the most likely suspects. Meanwhile, when a local fish merchant's body is found, Danny and Dr. Hawkes trace him back to the recently relocated Fulton Fish Market where they discover that he was impaled by a swordfish. Their investigation leads them to a high-priced Manhattan private school where parents will pay any price to get their children enrolled. Also, Lindsay examines the death of a Roosevelt Island Tram driver found dead on board by early morning commuters. Scenes from this episode with series stars Gary Sinise, Melina Kanakaredes and Eddie Cahill were filmed on location in New York City's Herald Square.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x5
Airdate: Wednesday October 26th, 2005

Director: Steven DePaul
Writer: Timothy J. Lea

Alternate Airdates:

FI (MTV3) Mar 28, 2007
NL (RTL 4) Mar 30, 2009

  • Currently 8.3/10
8.3/10 (3 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Robert Joy
As Dr. Sid Hammerback
Recurring
Walker Haynes
As (uncredited)
Recurring
Austin Highsmith
As Rebecca Zernecky
Barbara Tarbuck
As Vivian Claven
Chastity Dotson
As Tera Grace
Chris Ellis (1)
As Vincent Williams
James Tupper
As Paul Zernecky
Julia Rose (1)
As Laura Bayliss
Kevin Fry
As McShea
Mekia Cox
As Kia Rowe
Michael Petrone
As Fred Bayliss
Nick Paonessa
As Richard Daly
Rhys Coiro
As Razor
Ron Lester
As Officer Murphy
Warning: CSI: NY season 2 episode 5 guide may contain spoilers
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