Vanessa Marcil is officially divorced from CSI: NY actor Carmine Giovinazzo, TMZ.com reports.
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It's all fun and games on Friday's CSI: NY, which pays homage to the classic board game Clue. But the show also has a little fun with fan-favorite couple Danny and Lindsay.
When an inter-office practical joke leaves Lindsay (Anna Belknap) with huge blue circles around her eyes — someone stained the microscope! — she's forced to spend the rest of the episode wearing large sunglasses. And even though there's a murder to solve, Lindsay is preoccupied with finding out ...
"Speak! Say something — anything," CSI: NY 's Mac Taylor demands during an interrogation on Friday's episode. Though it may seem like a pretty innocuous line, it's significant during this hour: Even though it comes roughly midway through the episode, it's the first line of dialogue uttered.
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Appropriately titled "Unspoken," Friday's CSI: NY (9/8c, CBS) eschews the spoken word for the music of Green Day, which underscores the action of the episode's first three acts. During those scenes, a gunman (Boss's Jeff Hephner) opens fire at a political rally for a senator (Neal McDonough). In the aftermath, CSI Lindsay (Anna Belknap) is injured and a child is accidentally shot as the gunman flees.
Executive producer Pam Veasey, who crafted the episode, says the idea was inspired by last year's Oscar-winning Best Picture The Artist and came to her when she and the team were pitching fresh ideas for the perennial bubble show's ninth season. "We had pitched that our [goal] this season was: 'Do the unexpected,'" Veasey tells TVGuide.com...
After being on the bubble for the second year in a row, CSI: NY ended its last season celebrating the team as one big, happy family.
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Now that the show has once again been saved from cancellation, the producers want to continue to celebrate the show's characters by offering the audience peeks into their private lives throughout the season. "We'll take characters home," executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com....