CSI: NY (season 5)

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CSI: NY Season 5
Csi new york season 5.jpg
The Complete Season Five UK Boxset
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 25
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 24, 2008 (2008-09-24) – May 14, 2009 (2009-05-14)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 29, 2009 (2009-09-29)
Region 2 August 10, 2009 (2009-08-10) (Part 1)
September 7, 2009 (2009-09-07) (Part 2)
March 1, 2010 (2010-03-01)[1]
Region 4 January 11, 2012 (2012-01-11)[2]
Season chronology
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List of CSI: NY episodes

The fifth season of CSI: NY originally aired on CBS between September 2008 and May 2009. It consisted of 25 episodes. Its regular time slot continued on Wednesdays at 10pm/9c. The premiere, "Veritas", concluded the story from the previous season's cliffhanger finale, "Hostage".

CSI: NY The Fifth Season was released on DVD in the U.S. on September 29, 2009.[3]

Series regulars[edit]

Character Portrayed by Main cast Recurring cast
Mac Taylor Gary Sinise entire season N/A
Stella Bonasera Melina Kanakaredes entire season N/A
Danny Messer Carmine Giovinazzo entire season N/A
Lindsay Monroe Anna Belknap entire season N/A
Sid Hammerback Robert Joy entire season N/A
Adam Ross A. J. Buckley entire season N/A
Sheldon Hawkes Hill Harper entire season N/A
Don Flack Eddie Cahill entire season N/A
Jessica Angell Emmanuelle Vaugier N/A entire season

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
93 1 "Veritas" David Von Ancken Zachary Reiter & Pam Veasey September 24, 2008 (2008-09-24) 14.59[4]
Picking up where the season 4 finale left off, the team is investigating the death of a woman named Lauren Salinas who is linked to the bank robbery. She is a friend of Flack's sister Samantha. Also, Mac has escaped from the robber who gave his name as Joe, but the bodies are still piling up. So the team must quickly find Joe before he is able to get away. 
94 2 "Page Turner" Frederick E.O. Toye Trey Callaway October 1, 2008 (2008-10-01) 14.88[5]
An urgent search for the cause of a series of deaths by radiation poisoning may ultimately lead to a very deadly volume in the New York City Library. 
95 3 "Turbulence" Matt Earl Beesley Gary Sinise & Jeremy Littman October 8, 2008 (2008-10-08) 15.87[6]

When an Air Marshal turns up dead on a flight on which Mac is a passenger, the victim turns out to be a fake. The real Marshal was killed earlier and his ID stolen. Meanwhile, Stella prepares for a baseball game during which the CSI team will play a team of firefighters; one with whom she is very friendly.

The Who reference: Mac uses the expression "the song is over" to let the perpetrator know that he has found out the truth about the murder. 
96 4 "Sex, Lies and Silicone" Jonathan Glassner Wendy Battles October 22, 2008 (2008-10-22) 14.39[7]
The team investigates the puzzling death of a woman named Ann Steele. To solve the case, the team must look for a life-size silicone doll. When the team is in the factory that makes them, Flack prompts some amusement. 
97 5 "The Cost of Living" Rob Bailey John Dove October 29, 2008 (2008-10-29) 13.75[8]
While the CSIs investigate the death of a famed archaeologist, Stella's life is threatened over the archaeologist's possible discovery of a rare ancient Greek coin. 
98 6 "Enough" Alex Zakrzewski Zachary Reiter November 5, 2008 (2008-11-05) 11.80[9]
Three drug dealers set to stand trial are found dead in separate places. They were all trying to get rid of a witness to their crime, but it looks like someone got them first. 
99 7 "Dead Inside" Christine Moore Pam Veasey & Daniele Nathanson November 12, 2008 (2008-11-12) 11.62[10]
The team finds more than just a house floating up the river; they also find a group telling secrets that could be deadly. 
100 8 "My Name Is Mac Taylor" Rob Bailey Pam Veasey November 19, 2008 (2008-11-19) 14.12[11]
For the 100th episode, a series of murders are linked by the fact that all the victims are named "Mac Taylor". The New York team struggle against time in order to hunt down this killer before the worst happens. 
101 9 "The Box" Oz Scott Peter M. Lenkov & Bill Haynes November 26, 2008 (2008-11-26) 12.30[12]
When an unidentified body is found inside a crushed car, the team must extract the bones to identify the victim and find the killer. Lindsay reveals to Danny that she is pregnant. 
102 10 "The Triangle" Jeff Thomas Trey Callaway December 10, 2008 (2008-12-10) 13.33[13]
When an armored truck is robbed and a guard killed, the team finds themselves hampered by a strange energy field that appeared at the time of the incident. Danny pops the question to Lindsay as they continue to explore the future of their relationship. 
103 11 "Forbidden Fruit" John Behring Peter M. Lenkov & Jill Abbinanti December 17, 2008 (2008-12-17) 13.38[14]
A murder happens during a strange Christmas dinner involving "mouse brains" and "cod liver oil" and a girl so tired of being lonely goes to great lengths in order to be with somebody on the Christmas day. 
104 12 "Help" David M. Barrett Sam Humphrey January 14, 2009 (2009-01-14) 12.66[15]
A woman is found dead at a wedding dress sale. The team discovers evidence on her that may connect to the rape and murder of a subway performer found dead in her bathtub. Hawkes and Mac clash over a case involving a serial rapist. 
105 13 "Rush to Judgement" Rob Bailey Wendy Battles January 21, 2009 (2009-01-21) 11.58[16]
After finding various body parts scattered around the city, the CSIs discover they belong to a tough, but successful wrestling coach at a prestigious NYC High School. The case takes a dramatic turn when Mac and his team mine the coach's computer and discover he emailed a provocative photo of a twelve-year old boy to students on his wrestling team. Flack is suspended by IAB. 
106 14 "She's Not There" Nelson McCormick John Dove & Pam Veasey February 11, 2009 (2009-02-11) 11.94[17]
Two separate cases become one when a man turns up dead and a young woman is missing. They turn out to be connected to a sex-slave-trafficking ring in the city. Flack is back on duty after being cleared. 
107 15 "The Party's Over" Oz Scott Barbie Kligman February 18, 2009 (2009-02-18) 12.33[18]
Stella's date is interrupted when the body of the deputy mayor falls from the ceiling at a charity fundraiser. Mac takes on Robert Dunbrook. The blue flu causes problems. 
108 16 "No Good Deed" Matt Earl Beesley Rusty Cundieff & Floyd Byars February 25, 2009 (2009-02-25) 12.56[19]
A buzzard flying over Manhattan drops a human eyeball into Stella's coffee, and the team searches for the rest of the body. 
109 17 "Green Piece" Jeffrey Hunt Zachary Reiter March 11, 2009 (2009-03-11) 13.63[20]
Adam is injured during a game of street hockey when a car bomb goes off. Danny and Lindsay get married. 
110 18 "Point of No Return" Rob Bailey Peter M. Lenkov & Bill Haynes March 18, 2009 (2009-03-18) 12.78[21]
The wife of a former ME is found dead and a white powder near her body helps the CSI team track her killer. The team discovers that the powder is actually heroin made from human bodies. 
111 19 "Communication Breakdown" John Keris Trey Callaway March 25, 2009 (2009-03-25) 12.64[22]
The team has to figure out who killed the chief of a Native American tribe and why. Danny spends the time running boy names through his head and past the rest of the team. At the end he receives a text message from Lindsay saying they're having a girl. 
112 20 "Prey" Marshall Adams Wendy Battles & Noah Nelson April 8, 2009 (2009-04-08) 12.50[23]
Misleading evidence in a voice coach's death holds a surprise for Stella. 
113 21 "The Past, Present and Murder" David Von Ancken Sam Humphrey & Danielle Nathanson April 15, 2009 (2009-04-15) 12.14[24]
Robert Dunbrook pushes a man through his high-rise office window. The team will have to change how the case is classified after the body goes missing. 
114 22 "Yahrzeit" Norberto Barba Barbie Kligman & Peter M. Lenkov April 29, 2009 (2009-04-29) 12.50[25]
A jewelry auction takes a deadly turn. The case requires the team to try to understand the Holocaust. Mac learns how one member of his family experienced it. Ed Asner guest stars, and earned a 2009 Emmy nomination for his performance. 
115 23 "Greater Good" Alex Zakrzewski Pam Veasey May 6, 2009 (2009-05-06) 13.40[26]
Mac informs an ex-con that he served time for a crime he didn't commit, and Lindsay tells Danny "it's time" for the first CSI baby to be born. 
116 24 "Grounds for Deception" Duane Clark Melina Kanakaredes May 13, 2009 (2009-05-13) 12.33[27]
A man is murdered during a theatrical performance with everyone watching. Stella gets in big trouble when Mac finds out she disobeyed an order and she travels to Greece. 
117 25 "Pay Up" Rob Bailey Anthony E. Zuiker, Carol Mendelsohn & Ann Donahue May 14, 2009 (2009-05-14) 12.77[27]
Detective Angell is murdered after a deadly group of kidnappers snatch Robert Dunbrook's son while he is being escorted to court. The team are able to find the evidence and rescue the son and use deadly force on her killer. Later, as they salute Jess in a bar, a drive-by shooting threatens the life of another member. 

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