Preview of 'CSI: NY' 5.15: The Party's Over


Preview of 'CSI: NY' 5.15: The Party's Over


During a party, a body is thrown from upstairs and Mac knows who to pursue in the case, all new in 'CSI: NY'.

Gary Sinise is going one-on-one with fellow Emmy winner Craig T. Nelson in the upcoming "CSI: NY". In "The Party's Over", Stella's date is interrupted when the body of the deputy mayor falls from the ceiling at a charity fundraiser. Mac takes on Robert Dunbrook (Nelson). It airs February 18 on CBS.

In a recent scoop by TV Guide, it is further hinted that Lindsay and Danny will get a wedding in a February episode. Producer Pam Veasey refers the couple as "the Messer family" when revealing that Lindsay will go back to Montana to share the pregnancy to her family.

Previously Veasey also talked to EW confirming that the show's story won't cross the real fact when it comes to a wedding within a department. "Our former NYPD Detective John Dove, based on his own experiences and confirming with The Chief's office, says there is no department law that two detectives can't work in the same department and be married. This was our belief when we started this story," she said.



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