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Comes Around 

The investigation to Mac's botched bust continues. Meanwhile, a guy who crashed his bride-to-be's bachelor party, is found dead in the restroom, and the eye witness testimonies point to tennis star John McEnroe.


Rob Bailey


Anthony E. Zuiker (created by), Ann Donahue (created by) | 5 more credits »




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
Claire Forlani ... Dr. Peyton Driscoll
Carmen Argenziano ... Insp. Stanton Gerrard
Joey Lawrence ... Clay Dobson
John McEnroe ... John McEnroe / Jimmy Nelson
Heather Mazur ... D.A. Natalie Greer
Whitney Anderson ... Angie Cusato
Neal Bledsoe ... Sam Friar
Michael King ... Detective Dean Truby
Lacey Beeman ... Calley


The investigation to Mac's botched bust continues. Meanwhile, a guy who crashed his bride-to-be's bachelor party, is found dead in the restroom, and the eye witness testimonies point to tennis star John McEnroe.

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9 May 2007 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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After John McEnroe mentions his look-alike's different nose, a close-up of said nose shows a prominent bump on the bridge. However, light from the window shines through the bump, giving away the boneless prosthetic. Also, the edge of the appliance can be seen along the side of his nose in subsequent shots. See more »


[after getting dirt on his boss, which forces him to back off the investigation into Mac and how Clay Dobson ended up falling from a roof where he was with Mac]
Det. Mac Taylor: [smirks] You know, I think I'm getting the hang of this politics stuff.
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Written by Leonard Cohen
Performed by Allison Crowe
Rubenesque Records
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A Lot Of 'Macs" For Your Money Here
24 October 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Boy, there are really dragging out this deal with our star "Mac" (Gary Sinise) going through all this interrogation and court hearings, etc., over the serial killer scumbag who jumped from the roof killing himself in last week's finale.

For political gain and other reasons, the higher-ups - "Stanton" and "Sinclair" and a police advocate (laywer) who is some incredibly-smug woman - are all made to look nasty and self-serving as they try to ruin the reputation of "Mac." The writers on this show (and most others) are so manipulative I almost laugh out loud sometimes. They make it so you just hate these people with a passion! Subtly has never been a strong point with TV-and-film makers.

Meanwhile, the sleaze factor is back as a man is impaled on a condom machine in the men's room somewhere at his bride-to-be's female party. He crashes the party, gets upset when he sees his finance being cuddled by - get this - ex-tennis great John McEnroe and storms into the restroom. Witnesses say McEnroe followed him there, and the next thing they new the man was found dead in that unusual spot. On top of that ludicrous and bloody sight, we get a bunch of wise-guy jokes ("Dead Man Standing," "safe sex," etc.). The writers have every CSI member except Lindsay making professional jokes at every crime scene now.

Although never a fan of McEnroe the tennis star (or short-lived TV talk show host), I have to give him his due: he performs well in here and is funny. The guy appears to be a good actor. What the angle was involving him in this story was something I figured out early on. If an idiot like me can guess what is really happening, you can, too.

Meanwhile, on a more positive note, "Don Flack" now seems to be sticking up for his boss instead of the other way around, so that's good to see. I would hate to lose him from the show even though he isn't a major character. Eddie Cahill does a nice job with that role.

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