On Friday night, "To What End?" explored the consequences of having done the right thing, and while the sentiment was in the right place, it came a bit too late in the episode to really be appreciated on CSI: New York.
I was highly focused on the scary clowns at the beginning of the episode, much relieved that the clown jokes didn't go too far, and no one in the cast said, "Send in the clowns."
The clowns worked as a flashy entrance into a mystery, but the opening flash sort of fizzled as the story began to unwind.
I can see that the heart of the story was meant to be an examination of what it means to do the right thing, and for Detective Flack what it means to convince people to do the right thing. Read More...