CSI: NY Review: Not a "Do or Die" situation

It's very likely that if I didn't have to write this review I probably would have changed the channel and watched something else tonight. It isn't that tonight's show was bad; it just didn't have anything in it that conveyed the "Do or Die" sentiment the title implied.The plot was formulaic and lacking in any of the genuine twists, or even true depth of emotion that have set the standard for CSI: NY.

A girl, Olivia Prescot, was murdered at a prep school. The CSIs investigated with due diligence. The murderer was caught, and it was a student, Emmy Thomas, who killed Olivia for taking advantage of the boy she liked. Read More...



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