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Run Silent, Run Deep 

A suicide's last words lead to the New Jersey grave of a victim of the Tanglewood boys; a banker is apparently killed by a call girl.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Sinise ... Mac Taylor
Melina Kanakaredes ... Stella Bonasera
Carmine Giovinazzo ... Danny Messer
Anna Belknap ... Lindsay Monroe
Hill Harper ... Sheldon Hawkes
Eddie Cahill ... Don Flack
Jonah Lotan Jonah Lotan ... Dr. Marty Pino
Robert Joy ... Sid Hammerback
Jennifer Elise Cox ... Melanie Stefano
Ed Quinn ... Frankie Mala
Jonathan Penner ... Newt Glick
Bruce MacVittie ... Det. Grant Lafferty
A.J. Buckley ... Adam Ross
Casey Siemaszko ... Paul Sabotini
Neill Barry ... Salvador Zabo


A man calls Mac to tell him about a body buried in New Jersey years ago. He kills himself after talking to Mac. Mac finds the body and discovers that the person was shot execution style. Mac finds the caller and learns he was a Tanglewood boy. Mac begins by talking to Sonny Sassone who doesn't tell him much. A cigarette found with the body has DNA on it which is identified as Danny's. Mac asks Danny what happened. He says that he was not one of the Tanglewoods but his brother was, and one night about the same time the man was killed he and his brother met the Tanglewoods and it appeared as if they has some guy with them whom they were roughing up. His brother made him leave and that was that. But there's nothing to back Danny's story so Mac relieves him of duty. Mac then talks to Danny's brother and doesn't admit to anything but swears he will find a way to help help Danny. Stella investigates the death of a man who appears to be seeing a call girl. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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19 April 2006 (USA) See more »

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Gary Sinise and Casey Siemaszko starred together in the film "Of Mice and Men". See more »


The cigarette butt found in the ground simply wouldn't have existed. It takes, on average, five years for a butt to biodegrade, and a maximum of about 12 years. As this was under a football pitch, that is watered very often, five years would be most likely. See more »


Danny Messer: What is it, Montana? You beeped me 911. Are you all right?
Detective Lindsay Monroe: The DNA sample we found from the cigarrette in the endzone came back to an internal control sample.
Danny Messer: What do you mean? That means the smoker works here at the lab. How can that be?
[she hands the DNA report]
Danny Messer: Have you told anybody else about this?
Detective Lindsay Monroe: No, just you.
[is confused as Danny walks away]
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An Intense, Emotional Story
12 December 2006 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Mac is sitting in his office when he gets a call. The caller states he committed a murder awhile ago and stashed the body in the north end zone at Giants Stadium. He can't get that memory of the victim's screams out of his head and needed to confess. He hangs up and puts a gun to his head and kills himself. Wow, what an attention-getter to start this episode. Mac goes to East Rutherford, N.J., and with cooperation from the police and CSI there, finds, indeed a skeleton buried deep in the end zone. The big story here is that Danny Messer of the CSI team is implicated in this murder and Mac must find a way to clear his name.

This is a very intense story with an emotional ending.

A second story as Danny and Stella checking out a murder of a bank CEO, found dead in a hotel room, apparently stabbed to death. There is a message on the bathroom mirror making this look like "a crime of passion."

This is a very seedy story and took away from the first one, which should have been the focus of the entire episode.

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