A kidnapping case becomes unusually personal to the usually detached Grissom. The 4-month old baby, Zach Anderson, was allegedly kidnapped from his home. A ransom note, found by his mother,...
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A kidnapping case becomes unusually personal to the usually detached Grissom. The 4-month old baby, Zach Anderson, was allegedly kidnapped from his home. A ransom note, found by his mother, is left in his crib. Many things seem strange about this case as more evidence are analyzed. When Zach's body is found on a nearby golf course, the team is sure that his death is no mere accident.Written by
If this was the show the future of the series depended on, there is no doubt in my mind we wouldn't have been able to watch 15 seasons. .bot even 2.
At first I wasn't sure exactly what the problem was: bad writing?...bad direction?...ot over acting? Then I reslized... it was all 3! I am truly surprised CBS would let this slip through and air. Probably the worst offender was the character "Grissom".: only he can take the pictures of the corpse...only he can move the body to be taken to the M E.s office...only he can step in and protect the mother from the throngs of reporters as she is being escorted into the building but yet during an interrogation by a pool he let's a reporter saunter up and show the husband some photos and not say s word even when the father gives his statement and we watch the rrootter go around the pool over to where the mother is whocwpparently had no comment then we watch the reporter saunter off.
We witnessed people getting angry without justification and evidence that made no sense at all nor moved the story forward.
I'm glad the powers-that-be saw past this episode and saw the potential for what the series could becone or we would never had seen what it did become nor "CSI: NY".
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