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There is no Next Episode of CSI: NY planned.
Two bodies are found, strangled to death by the same killer. Evidence from the second crime scene leads the detectives to a house with a third live victim who is paralyzed and is only able to blink.
A rape victim runs out of Central Park with no memory of the rape. The case is complicated when the semen sample found contains no sperm, leaving no DNA to link the crime to any of the suspects.
A skeleton of a teenage boy is found on a tour bus, completely dressed up. Evidence shows that he has been dead for at least a decade.
The detectives investigate murders of a DJ during a turntable contest and a successful fashion designer found in her swimming pool.
A body turns up 700 feet under Manhattan in a water tunnel. Meanwhile, another case involving the death of a sixteen-year-old girl is being investigated.
The detectives work on two cases. One involves multiple homicides at a restaurant. The second case opens with an amputated leg found in a dumpster and ultimately leads to the owner of the missing limb, found dead in his own bed.
A bank robbery turns ugly when two of the three robbers died before they could escape. To complicate the matter, rain washes part of the evidence away.
A suspicious brief case is found at a mercantile marker and a bomb squad is immediately summoned to the scene where Dectective Taylor is using a robot to lift a fingerprint off of it. Meanwhile, an apparent suicide takes place at a church.
A police officer is shot in the middle of Central Park from a building way outside the park. He dies right away. Sadly, the bullet, an important piece of evidence, is buried into the officer's horse, Blue. Removing might end Blue's life.
A teenage boy finds a woman dressed in her nightgowns trying to revive a body with a stake sticking out of her chest.
A young John Doe, nicknamed 'Slick', is found lying across the rails of an underground subway. At first, he appears to have died from third-rail electrocution, but an autopsy suggests that he may have met his end by other means of electrocution. Meanwhile, Leo Whitefield is found shot dead at close range in a gallery he owns, with no sign of break in or theft, and a construction worker turns up with a fatal injury to the head.
Detective Taylor investigates the death of a woman in a dog show competition.
The detectives investigate a murder at a grocery store which is also connected to the death of a teenage boy with the tattoo 'tanglewood' on his back.
A very small box is found on the beach with the body of a man curled nicely in it. What is amazing is that this box is only 2x2x2 feet. This leads the detectives to a circus where the man was working as a contortionist.
A bride falls dead right in front of the altar with no visible wounds.
A woman's death leads our detectives to a school for sexual fetishes such as bondage and spanking.
A shopkeeper is shot dead in his wine shop by a gang of teenagers. On the other side of the city, a Hollywood producer is found dead during a party at his apartment.
A party thrown just days before the Dove Commission is unveiled is disrupted when the head commission is shot dead on the dance floor.
A body is found, wrapped in a hotel sheet, at a laundry facility prompting Taylor and Bonesara to go through a list of NY hotels to find the owner of the sheet. Messer and Burn investigates the death of a 'living statue' found in a local park against Taylor's order.
A teenage boy is found dead in his apartment which is totally trashed.
A nanny is found dead near a park while Messer is in trouble when he may have shot another police officer.
A beautiful young sports agent is struck accidentally by truck as she flees from an unknown abuser. Meanwhile, a Boston baseball fan turns up dead from internal injuries and a new confession leads Mac to reopen the case of a death row inmate helped convict.
Detective Taylor becomes a witness in a crime scene when a shooting occurs while he is having breakfast.