I’m not sure if the CSI writers are old or I am, but do people still go to raves? This week’s episode, “Wild Flowers,” started with the murder of a young, abused girl at a wild desert party that looked just like the one they filmed in 2000, ex more
Welcome to a stranger's review of CSI ! Jim Garner was unable to make it this week, so I'm braving territory that has been unexplored since the early days of the CBS drama. Let's see if we can have a good time with this week's " Code Blue Plate more
CSI started the season off with " Karma to Burn ," picking up where we left off back in May with DB's granddaughter having been kidnapped, Ecklie having been shot protecting Morgan and McKeen somehow behind it all.
So let’s get into it!
Welcome to the 13th season of CSI , picking up exactly where season 12 left off with “Karma to Burn.” In case you need it, we left with DB’s granddaughter being kidnapped, Ecklie being shot and Nick quitting because he didn’t believe they could ever more
From the opening sequence - where Sheriff Liston was running down the statistics and we were watching the crimes she listed happen - I knew that " Homecoming " was going to be an episode for the record books.
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Never say that CSI doesn’t know how write a cliffhanger. This week’s season finale , “Homecoming,” saw the return of McKeen aka the man who killed Warrick Brown, and brought to a head the long-reaching subplot of the rampant c more
I know I’ve said this before , but I have to say it again. I really enjoy how the writing for CSI has been embracing the culture of Las Vegas recently. While previously I mentioned it in regards to the number of wedding chapels in Vegas, this week " more
Domestic terrorist cell or old-fashioned murder? The team had to figure that out when a dune buggy race across the desert turned deadly in “Dune and Gloom,” this week’s episode of CSI . In the end, the three guys who built the more