CSI “The Two Mrs. Grissoms” Review


CSI “The Two Mrs. Grissoms” Season 11 Episode 3 – This week’s episode of CSI, “The Two Mrs. Grissoms”, continues CSI‘s new-found appreciation for stories that focus on the personal lives or backgrounds of the cast members. This week we get a small glimpse into Sarah Sidle (Not Grissom)’s relationship with her mother-in-law.

The first suspect was Julia Holden, a professor of the university that Sarah found canoodling at the party. When accused of the murder, she lets Misses Gap-Tooth know that she had a previous relationship with Gil. Considering that I was a big fan of Grissom, I love that we’re getting so much more backstory into their relationship (as well as a nice little cameo!). It’s frankly a little bit odd that we get so little recognition of Gil and Sarah’s marriage. I’m glad somebody is finally pointing out how strange it is that a married couple live in separate countries and barely ever see each other, and that it might not be as healthy of a relationship as we have been led to believe. The scene between Sarah and her mother-in-law when Sarah was berated for her sham of a marriage was great. Read More...


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