They’re doing it again. They’ve found a reason for two of the Vegas guys to head out to LA. The lady cop and the LA CSI guy are both recognizable actors.
I see another CSI in our future. Maybe they can give it the abysmal CSI: NY slot.
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13 comments to “CSI: LA?”
AGHHHHHHH I thought the same thing when I watched it!!!!!!!
The husband doesn’t agree. :eyebrow: (He should know better.) He says they only showed one of the LA CSI guys, and not often, instead of highlighting the new team like they did for the others.
It wouldn’t surprise me, though.
I agree with husband.
But you DIDN’T mention Brass’ “partner” in all this, because SHE was focused on well enough to bring her onto CSI:Vegas show. If I’m the only on that noticed that, I’m VERY surprised.
I find CSI boring. I was so excited when CSI NY came on because I love Gary Sinese, I was so :cursin: annoyed when I watched it. He was terrible – really flat.
So I still watch no CSI. I’m bored with Law and Order.
Thank Goodness for NCIS – love them.
I love the first CSI. Hate Miami and Horatio the overactor. And New York? Made it through the first episode only and never watched again despite my love of Gary Sinise.
Jaynie just discovered NCIS this week–LOVE IT! :cheer:
CSI doesn’t need more women in Vegas. They need to kill the blonde off as it is.
Speaking of killing the blonde, it sure looks like Calleigh Duquesne’s gonna die on Miami, and that would seriously, seriously piss me off. She’s one of the best characters on TV, and they’d just better not. :rant:
I watched like the first ten minutes of CSI: NY, and that was enough. And I’m a wicked Gary Sinise fan. It was too…dark. Like they’d put a gray filter over the camera lens. Hello! Batman?
We quit watching NCIS—probably because of the Amazing Race or something—but I think I’ll start taping it now that we have that cool TiVo-like system from our cable company. :nod:
If they make a CSI: LA that would be a riot. :lmao: The LA CSI is known for it’s major :censor: (Think OJ Simpson) Then again, a CSI sitcom could be interesting.
I only watch CSI Las Vegas (and I’m not entirely sure why, because it’s not really a well written show. Mostly special effects, and the teams interaction.) Once Grisham’s gone–which he sort of is already, when he’s not phoning in his performance lately, they’ve castrated him by writing the character as a ghost of the sharp/witty/confounding man in charge that I’m used to–so am I. I ::drool:: over Warrick Brown, but not even he’s enough to keep me coming back.
Yeah, they’ve done Gris in, it seems. Ghost is a good term for it.
I can’t STAND Warrick. He’s too…sincere. I like Nick Stokes. Big surprise, I know. Although, if I had the chance to hit the town with any of them, it would probably be the kid from the DNA lab, who’s in the field now. You know, with the hair. Hopefully he wouldn’t be too offended when I didn’t know his name. :shrug:
I’m :lmao: at the thought of a CSI sitcom. That WOULD be funny as hell!
>>I canâ€™t STAND Warrick.
Take it back! gg
Oooh, you mean he’s sincerely sexy.
Nick’s too ‘pretty’ for me, plus there’s a bit of a ‘pentulant little boy’ vibe I get from him sometimes when he’s trying to act ticked-off.
You know what you do with petulant little boys, don’t you?
You spank them! :nookie:
hi im only 12 and i like this show ….. i dont know why but its cool:wink:
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