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|Charge of this Post|
|Writer||Timothy J. Lea|
|Original Airdate||May 17, 2006|
|Previous Episode: Heroes|
|Next Episode: People With Money|
Charge of this Post is the 24th, and also the last episode in Season 2 of the American crime drama CSI: NY.
While Mac and Flack are investigating the crime scene, Mac discovers a large amount of explosive. While evacuating the building, the bomb detonates, severely damaging the building and injuring the CSIs, especially Flack. Danny identifies the bomb as C-4, which is a military-grade explosive. Mac receives a call from the bomber, saying that another bomb is going to go off at 1600 hours, which leaves only 3 hours for the CSI's to find the location. He attempts to trace the call, but the calling phone has been switched off. However, he then uses an override to switch it back on.