CSI Review: "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead"

Every so often, CSI goes for a lighter touch. Sometimes it's successful, and sometimes it's a mess of zombie jokes and puns about the psychedelic sixties. Guess which one "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead" turned out to be?

It's understandable that, to keep suspense built and viewers eager in the aftermath of Nate Haskell's escape, ploys would be used... but zombies? Really? Has the creative team run out of ideas?

The zombie phenomenon was explained away as merely the after-effects of a paralytic neurotoxin mixed with psychotropic drugs. The three students involved - two of which were proclaimed dead, only to rise up and lurch away - were continuing the pseudoscience research into the afterlife once conducted by Dr. Elliot Davis Aden. Read More...



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