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CSI: NY Recasts Lucy with General Hospital’s Brooklyn Silzer
Just when you were getting used to the tiny member of the Messer family on CSI: NY, Lucy Messer has been recast because, well, kids get older, even in the land of television. And a suitable young actress is required to actually do some acting, so CSI: NY is happy to welcome Brooklyn Silzer to it’s little family. In case you were wondering, Silzer isn’t new to acting. She’s had plenty of practice playing the daughter of Robin and Patrick on General Hospital, making her more than up to the task of portraying Danny and Lindsay’s little girl. Unfortunately, her first appearance on the show will be one filled with danger.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Silzer appears in the fourth episode of the upcoming ninth season. Neal McDonough guest-stars as Senator Grant Hamilton, who is having a campaign rally the Messers happen to be attending. At some point during the rally, there’s a shootout and both the Senator and Lindsay are injured. At this point, we don’t know if Lucy is safe, but given the industry’s tendency to be kind toward it’s child actors – with AMC being an obvious exception, which you’d know if you’ve been watching Breaking Bad – it’s likely Lucy remains unharmed throughout the episode, though I’m sure she will be more than a little scared given the situation.
This casting of a more reliable child actor than the twins – Nadia and Talia Hartounian – who played Lucy before Silzer is a sign of Season 9’s mission to take a closer look at the CSIs lives outside of the grit and grime of police work. I would expect to see more of Silzer as Lucy outside of her initial episode, and hopefully under more calming circumstances. I’d hate it if every time she appeared in an episode something traumatic happened to her. That’s just cruel storytelling. And a clear sign maybe her parents should just leave her at home if their lives are so dangerous.