The latest victims in a series of murders leads the CSIs to believe the killer is playing a real life game of Clue.
I quite enjoyed this episode (unlike the Miami Mothership which really let me down this week) - it was twisty enough to be interesting, without becoming too crazy and impossible.
I tried to block out most of the 'who pranked Linds' stuff, though it was funny to see the dramatic music and scene-of-crime tape deployed to find out who pranked someone.
Also, I would have liked the serial killer thing to be a little more twisted - like when the murderer flashed back to that scene when he was confessing he'd fallen in love with the therapist, if she'd said: "If you really love me, you'll prove it to me . . ."
But it was a pretty good episode, and a satisfying mystery and resolution. Well done, CSI: NY (golf clap).I knew you had it in you!
(Having seen the synopsis for next week, though, I think I'll be eating my words soon.)