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A couple discovers a woman's corpse in the ocean water. It is later determined that she was killed on Friday night. Stabler and Benson see Rick, Darren, and Rosie, who were filming an anti-Muslim porn movie during the time-frame of the murder. Rick's tape shows that a taxi, numbered 2X89, which almost them ran over near the murder scene on Saturday. The police find out that Taxi 2X89 belongs to a man named Edward "Eddie" De Pablo, who clarified during interrogation that he wasn't driving his taxi during Friday or Saturday. They then compare a photo of Eddie's taxi to the one on Rick's video, finding that the videotaped one is a fake cab. Stabler and Benson then find out that a group of women in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx were raped by the cab driver.
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Sign in. See the list. Stabler runs into an old friend when the team investigates the rape and murder of an astronaut. The death of a woman who happened to be a celebrated astronaut is originally thought to be part of a string of crimes connected to a serial rapist. But when he's caught he's got a very good alibi for not being the perpetrator of her homicide. The investigation leads to the space program itself and it also leads to Christopher Meloni becoming reacquainted with James Brolin formerly of the US Marineslike Meloni and now a senior astronaut. The squad gives him courtesies that they normally wouldn't allow.
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Upon further investigation, this theory is proven false when their suspect's alibi checks out. Finley's advice exposes several more suspects, but possibly takes the detectives further from the truth. While the plot was a tad transparent although it was not, as a pleasant surprise, "ripped from the headlines" , whoever advised or wrote the script appeared to be knowledgeable of space history. That said and without giving away too much, there is a rather unflattering portrayal of an astronaut autograph collector, though I did note that he didn't "use the e-mail" so he was obviously not a member of the fictional version of collectSPACE. He'd have to be at least in his early 70s today, and over 80 by the time were to roll around! Though Musgrave never flew the X, he was in the program when Apollos 18, 19 and 20 would have flown, was back-up to Skylab I Brolin's character flew on Skylab I , at one time held the record for the most shuttle flights Brolin's "Dick Finley" tied that record and could have chosen to remain with the astronaut office had he desired.
I didn't see the episode, so I appreciate the recap, as always. As for the CSI angle: well, we had zooming close-ups and over-the-top scoring in the "Stabler deleting his daughter's picture" scene in Confession, an actual flashback in Trials, over-the-top scoring in the sand castle scene in Swing and what you stated here. It will get worse before it gets better. Meanwhile, Chris Elliott is claimed in the 's hallways of death. So, what else is new? I agree, John K. They're still the most realistic shows on TV, but c'mon