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Corporate Warriors 

Three cases. A murder during the Feast of San Gennaro with ties to a financial services company. A body sitting upright on a Central Park bench. An apartment fire where a 10-year-old boy dead of smoke inhalation.

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Luke Robertson
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Maddy
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Lisa Kay
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Karen Walker (as Karen Gregan)
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Tom Nikkos
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James Walker
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Nina Robertson
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Three cases. A murder during the Feast of San Gennaro with ties to a financial services company. A body sitting upright on a Central Park bench. An apartment fire where a 10-year-old boy dead of smoke inhalation.

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19 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Don Flack: Computer Crimes tracked down James Walker's Internet records. He was online five minutes after someone called in the fire. Guess what he was doing?
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Playing chess.
Don Flack: How'd you do that?
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: [indicating the evidence on the table] Plaque, chess pieces.
Don Flack: How do you leave a ten year old alone?
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Mom had to work.
Don Flack: Kids don't even need to look for trouble to find it.
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15 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Recently started watching the CSI: NY Series (yes, I'm somewhat late to the game) and "Corporate Warriors" definitely laid down the gauntlet as my favourite episode of the series thus far.

Great to see Lori Petty with her minor appearance (always remember her from Tank Girl and In The Army Now) while Tony Schiena made a case for stealing the episode with his largely understated character (given that this was one of his first roles he certainly has the gravitas to achieve great things).

Outside of Forest Gump and Apollo 13 I'm admittedly not the biggest Gary Sinise fan and would have preferred to see an Armand Assante persona deliver the role.


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