CSI: NY “Vigilante” Review

CSI: NY "Vigilante" Review Season 7, Episode 15 – CSI: NY tries its hand this week at portraying a "Dexter-like" killer in "Vigilante". I think the idea of a vigilante killer is an interesting one, since it brings up so many interesting questions about whether or not murder is acceptable as long as it’s preventing somebody from committing other horrible crimes. It’s a question asked a lot on Dexter, although I wish these questions were addressed more on this episode. All we get is one short scene between Hawkes and Lindsay.

Real quick before we keep talking about this episode, I have a pet peeve I want to discuss. When somebody in the lab finds a piece of evidence or concludes a test, they tell the detectives what they found, right? Well, why do we have to see them concluding that test? I know it’s a little thing, but when Hawkes finds out that the hair found on the victim is from a woman, he tells Mac and Jo about it. But then after saying that, we have to actually see him conducting the test and coming to that result. Can’t we just take his word for it and save ourselves the time? This happened at least two to three other times this episode alone. Annoying. Phew! Thanks for letting me get that out of my system! Now back to the episode… 



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