CSI: NY: Season 3 (2006 - 2007)


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Air date: Sep 20, 2006

A homicide on the Brooklyn Bridge and the murder of a 24-year-old heiress are investigated. In the first case, a pair of bungee jumpers discover a man who was stabbed with a souvenir key chain soon after he apparently proposed to a woman on the bridge with a message displayed in lights on a nearby building. In the second case, the badly beaten body of a young heiress is found in her penthouse apartment. Meanwhile, Mac begins a relationship with a new medical examiner (Claire Forlani).

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Air date: Sep 27, 2006

Three women dressed as Holly Golightly from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" rob a jewelry store and one of the managers is killed during the heist when a shotgun discharges. Across town, a mummified body is discovered during an old building's demolition. The corpse turns out to be the missing wife of a city councilman. Even though the autopsy concludes she died of natural causes, Mac believes she was murdered.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2006

Mac and Stella work on the case of a marathon runner who dies during a race in Central Park. They discover that the victim was poisoned and had frostbite on his face, even though the temperature outside is in the 90s. Across town, Danny and Lindsay investigate the murder of a 23-year-old model, the face of a promotional campaign to launch a new brand of vodka, after she is stabbed to death during a party. Also, Danny gets upset with Lindsay when she stands him up for a dinner date.

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Air date: Oct 11, 2006

Mac and Stella investigate the murder of a college student found decapitated, her body hung upside down from a ceiling fan. The grisly crime occurred during a sorority party and most of the witnesses are too drunk to remember anything. Later, another victim is found impaled on a tree in Battery Park, his eyes gouged out and two railroad spikes inserted into his head. Both victims were wearing unique shirts that contain hidden codes that could provide clues to the killer's identity.

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Air date: Oct 18, 2006

A young punk rocker is found beaten to death in a Queens alley just a few blocks from where she recently finished performing in a show with a group called the Suicide Girls. Over in Rucker Park, a basketball phenom is discovered dead on an outside court a day after he defeated a professional player in a one-on-one game that embarrassed the NBA star, known for his violent outbursts.

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Air date: Oct 25, 2006

A young hotel concierge falls to her death from a balcony and is impaled on a statue shortly after an ugly incident with a popular model participating in a rooftop photo shoot. While Mac and Stella investigate the case, they hear gunshots coming from a nearby building and discover the shots came from a penthouse loft. When they enter, they find a woman standing over two dead bodies, one of them her husband. The woman claims the other victim was beating her husband, so she shot the man.

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Air date: Nov 1, 2006

A young woman dies after she starts bleeding from her eyes, nose and mouth while partying on a subway train, and Mac believes she may be the victim of a biological attack. Later, Mac learns that one of his investigators knew the victim. Across town, a wealthy playboy is found dead in an indoor pool in his penthouse suite. The probe reveals the man was murdered and that he had fired his maid two days earlier.

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Air date: Nov 8, 2006

A professional paintball player is gunned down after he enters a warehouse where huge balloons used in the Thanksgiving Day Parade are located. He was playing a paintball game with a rival, who is now missing, when he was shot. The investigation reveals the murder may be linked to illegal drugs and a cop may be involved. Also, Stella fears she is being stalked, but when Mac chases down the suspect he gets an unexpected surprise.

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Air date: Nov 15, 2006

A 19-year-old woman is murdered in her bed at the hospital where she's being treated following a car accident she caused while driving drunk. Mac investigates and believes the crime may be a mercy killing. The murder takes place in the hospital where Hawkes once was a leading surgeon. As he investigates the case, old wounds are opened up between Hawkes and his former boss, the chief of staff.

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Air date: Nov 22, 2006

A wealthy Throggs Neck father is murdered in a new, expensive car he was about to give his daughter for a 16th birthday present. While searching the car, Lindsay is bitten by a cobra hidden inside. In Tribeca, a man who raised racing pigeons is murdered. His body is discovered after a parachutist, who was advertising an upcoming sporting event, dies because his open parachute is pummeled by dozens of dead, blood-covered pigeons that mysteriously fall from the sky.

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Season 3 begins with Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) romancing new medical examiner Peyton Driscoll (Claire Forlani), but he fears their relationship may interfere with their jobs. He also meets a teen (Kyle Gallner) who claims his mother is Mac's late wife. In addition, a new detective, Jennifer Angell (Emmanuelle Vaugier), joins the staff; Flack (Eddie Cahill) returns to work after recovering from injuries sustained in an explosion that concluded Season 2; and an office romance blossoms between Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap). But not everything goes well for Lindsay. She returns to Montana to testify in a murder trial. When she was 14 she witnessed three of her friends being gunned down inside a café. As for Stella (Melina Kanakaredes), she accidentally cuts her hand with bloodstained glass that may be infected with HIV, and she becomes a murder suspect in a cold case in Philadelphia. And she's not the only CSI suspected of murder. Hawkes (Hill Harper) is a key person of interest when a Greenwich Village bartender is gunned down. Some of the more intriguing cases include: Tennis legend John McEnroe is investigated for murder; a professional shoplifter (Nelly Furtado) who steals for clients is suspected of killing a Fifth Avenue security guard; an alleged serial killer (Joey Lawrence) is released from prison after the cop he supposedly confessed to is arrested, and Mac immediately suspects the former convict is killing again; a woman who works for an illusionist (Criss Angel) is found sawed in half inside a magician's wooden box; a young punk rocker is beaten to death shortly after performing with the Suicide Girls; and three women dressed as Holly Golightly from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" rob a jewelry store, and one of the managers is killed during the heist when a shotgun discharges.


Gary Sinise
as Det. Mac Taylor
Melina Kanakaredes
as Det. Stella Bonasera
Carmine Giovinazzo
as Danny Messer
Hill Harper
as Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Anna Belknap
as Lindsay Monroe
Eddie Cahill
as Det. Don Flack
Robert Joy
as Dr. Sid Hammerback
Claire Forlani
as Dr. Peyton Driscoll
Emmanuelle Vaugier
as Det. Jessica Angell
A.J. Buckley
as Adam Ross
Kyle Gallner
as Reed Garrett
Joey Lawrence
as Clay Dobson
Edward Furlong
as Shane Casey
Mykelti Williamson
as Brigham Sinclair
Michael King
as Dean Truby
Criss Angel
as Luke Blade
Shailene Woodley
as Evie Pierpont
Robert Parks-Valletta
as Stewart Kittredge
Michelle Pierce
as Jennifer Anderson
Jonathan Tchaikovsky
as Ethan Tierney
James Black
as Luther Vandeross
Mel Harris
as Julie Rollins
Judd Nelson
as Sander Gillis
Danny Pino
as Scotty Valens
Alan Smyth
as Rupert Lanigan
Jaclyn Kerhulas
as Kalen Feeney
Candis Cayne
as Quentin Conrad
Terrell Tilford
as Quinn Brookman
Shane Johnson
as Liam Griffin
Justin Brannock
as Blake Zahn
Al Suicide
as Herself
Dedee Pfeiffer
as Grace Thomason
Kimberly Pfeffer
as Nicole Garner
Ross Gibby
as Jackson Pillock
John McEnroe
as Himself/Jimmy Nelson
Shane Brolly
as Colm Gunn
Jeremy Luke
as Randy Kern
Marlee Matlin
as Gina Mitchum
Jamison Jones
as Austin Cannon
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
as Melodee Costanza
Mark Kiely
as Jesse Colson
Michael Nouri
as Denney Lancaster
Melina Madsen
as Jenny Anders
Sheryl Lee
as Ellen Garner
Sasha Cohen
as Krista Palmer
Ryan McPartlin
as Terry Rockwell
as Herself
Jill Latiano
as Mandi Foster
Chris Payne Gilbert
as Dr. Henry Kroft
Lori Rom
as Sharon Cates
Lewis Tan
as Kym Tanaka
John Kapelos
as Bobby Rossmore
Rick Ravanello
as Congressman Eric Garth
Nelly Furtado
as Ava Brandt
Justin Hartley
as Elliott Bevins
Cedric Pendleton
as Jim Easman
Kelly Connolly
as Vienna Hyatt
Tom Archdeacon
as Jackie Doyle
Kit Paquin
as Alyssa Ryan
John Wesley Shipp
as Patrick Quinn
Joseph Rye
as Ambassador
James Ferris
as Clarence Rome
Erin Chambers
as Verna Welke
Sam Anderson
as Dr. Richards
Jerry Ferris
as Marty Santucci
Louise Linton
as Simone De Lille
Annika Peterson
as Mindy Sanchez
Chris Meyer
as Colin Flynn
Stacie Davis
as Olivia Madison
Sean Blakemore
as Nick Davis
Jim Devoti
as Steffen Cross
Ashley Jones
as Kennedy Gable
Jennifer O'Dell
as Janice DeMartino
Ashley Rickards
as Young Lindsay
David McSweeney
as Bobby Maloney
Whitney Able
as Rita Steinway
Hal Ozsan
as Tony DeLuca
Austin Peck
as Daniel Gecko
Josie DiVincenzo
as Candace Broadbent
Matt Barr
as Thomas Brighton
Ryan Doom
as Christopher Bowfield
Marcy McCusker
as Margo Demme
Dean West
as Josh Knolls
Mark Totty
as James McQuinn
Christian Monzon
as Daryn Kramer
Ryan Bittle
as Jackson Rudnick
Scott Kinworthy
as Eddie Williams
Brian Hallisay
as Emery Gable
Michael McLafferty
as Reporter No. 1
Eli Goodman
as Greg Sanford
Ashley Edner
as Liane Zackler
Heather Mazur
as Natalie Greer
Sawa Suicide
as Herself
Angela Sarafyan
as Sara Jackson
Richard Tyson
as Frank Russo
Maitland McConnell
as Autumn Archerson
Alayna Corrick
as Carla Kent
Jeff Denton
as Vince Massoni
Quincy Dunn-Baker
as J.J. Huntsville
Valerie Azlynn
as Eve Demming
Matt Carmody
as Michael Gibson
Greg Zola
as Tom Howard
Baelyn Neff
as Jessica Simms
Chris Monberg
as Sean Kelly
Lindy Booth
as Tess Larson
Stacy Haiduk
as Debra Archerson
Jason Olive
as Russell Ballard
Brianna Brown
as Heidi Pescow
Scot Davis
as Scott Colson
Tom McComas
as Bill Morrison
Heidi Moneymaker
as Cassidy Daniels
Marcus A. York
as Richard Keith
Marsh Mokhtari
as Grant Jordan
Alesha Clarke
as Kelly Jones
Chris Engen
as John Hayes
Greg Siff
as Evan Kelneck
Griff Furst
as Artemis Hunt
Sarah Christine Smith
as Marisa Richardson
Joseph Williamson
as Derek Curson
Bruce Nozick
as Gene Hartley
Yuri Brown
as Reporter No. 2
Sabine Singh
as Erica Lancaster
Lauren Rose Lewis
as Tonya Nettles
Logan Bartholomew
as Brian Miller
Brady Matthews
as Damon Caro
Nick Kiriazis
as Prosecutor
Dana Cuomo
as Clarissa Evans
Whitney Anderson
as Angie Cusato
Rob Zabrecky
as Professor
Mark Colson
as Kevin Green
Erik Scott Smith
as Jesse Quinn
Tyler King
as Darin Carver
Fiona Gubelmann
as Isabella Cooksey
Sandra Nelson
as Marilyn Bennett
Stephen Full
as Lawrence
Jos Viramontes
as Dr. Marc Bergstrom
Brad Schmidt
as Jeremy Bloomfield
Luke Zampas
as Young Shane
Robbie Alexander
as Cyrus Menlo
Alicia Ziegler
as Dana Haines
Brooklyn Sudano
as Colleen Ballard
Justin Meloni
as Sal Bovado
Courtenay Taylor
as Nurse Evette
Michael Lutz
as Bruce Abbott
William Belli
as Candy Darling
Sean Rose
as Chaz Archerson
Matt Hoffman
as Chris Campbell
Nate Noggle
as Mr. Strauss
Roberta Hanlen
as Naomi Lawrence
Jamie Proctor
as Heather Ryan
Greg Wrangler
as Daniel Thomason
Meghan Markle
as Veronica Perez
Amber Stanton
as Allison Mitchum
Rachel Perry
as Rebecca Monin
Angie Hill
as Jury Forewoman
Bryan Becker
as Tony Russo
Zoli Suicide
as Herself
Dan Buran
as Alec Green
Ryan Johnson
as Bob Smith
Todd Cahoon
as Anthony Fabrizio
Neill Skylar
as Jennie Parker
Steve Cell
as Patrick Lantana
Terry Wilkerson
as Lamont Tyson
Tim Abell
as Edward Archerson
Stephanie Turner
as Brandi Kaplan
Bar Paly
as Mia Opal
Amy Davidson
as Carolyn Clark
Charity Rahmer
as Dori Richards
Nikki Deloach
as Lorelie Dennis
Fatimah Adams
as Mrs. Herzlinger
Rey Valentin
as Julian Feeney
Troy Kotsur
as Dennis Mitchum
Casey Adams
as Toby Finch
Nicole Mandich
as Diane Langston
Brenna Radding
as Young Stella
Kiyano La'vin
as Asad Jamilla
Lynn Borden
as Elderly Woman
Jon Prescott
as Nick Gunn
Jinny Lee Story
as Katie Lawrence
John Lorenzo
as Cab Driver
Yun Choi
as Officer
Spencer Hill
as Dennis Roubian
Jana Kramer
as Paige Rowand
George Young Warner
as Roger Thomas
Wade Mylius
as Homeless Man
Sandra Vidal
as Trophy Wife
Lela Loren
as Jo O'Keffe
Nakia Syvonne
as Rene Vanderfeld
Jason Alan Smith
as Sam McFarland
Pancho Demmings
as Alonzo Chopper Tevis
Dianna Agron
as Jessica Gunn
Neal Bledsoe
as Sam Friar
Chad Morgan
as Liz Grayson
Terasa Livingstone
as Andrea Westbrook
Jackson Davis
as Justin McKinney
Katie Gill
as Vanessa May
Marvin Jordan
as Dante Hope
Lisa Marie Zaura
as Mackenzie Wade
Megan Linder
as Distraught Woman
Rafael J. Noble
as Polygraph Administrator
Gino Montesinos
as Howie Davis
Robert Merrill
as Thomas Hanson
Heather Hemmens
as Paris Brooks
Schuyler Yancey
as Justin Parks
Craig Amendola
as Police Officer
Suzanna Guzman
as Madame Butterfly
Dave Bursin
as Giraffe Keeper
Justin Clynes
as Trey Foster
Gina St. John
as Reporter No. 1
Trevor Graciano
as Ray Seeley
Natashia Williams
as Kendra Tevis
Dan Warner
as Polygraph Examiner
Donna Pieroni
as Bearded Lady
Joshua Campbell
as Father Crawford
Cassius Willis
as Reporter No. 2
Levi Ogner
as Tim Swirsky
Mary Ann Hermansen
as Reporter No. 3
Karl Brian Miller
as Snake Charmer
DaJuan Johnson
as Trey Williams
Jayson Blair
as Archie Lambert
Kenny Copeland Jr.
as Taurus Tevis
Katerina Goode
as Backup Dancer No. 1
Jack Hannibal
as Clay Becker
Kyausha Simpson
as Backup Dancer No. 2
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Critic Reviews for CSI: NY Season 3

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (0)

The devil is in the detail of this season and praise must go to the rest of the supporting characters in the cast, who all play their part in making this one of the most well-acted television shows on the box.

Feb 4, 2020 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review…

This is a rare instance where an entire season just clicks without a hitch.

Feb 4, 2020 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…

This series is a little more personable than the other CSI shows, giving us a deeper look into the private lives of the characters.

Nov 7, 2007 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

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