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This had to be the best CSI episode I've ever watched. The leather suit, the zips and the way "Ian Moone" moves they all just add to the creepy detail of the story line and give an insite to the characters mental health. As for the realisticness of it all... its a TV show not real life the CSI in real life don't charge people but they do in the show. Every show has its flaws but the acting was brilliant and so was the tension building. They are obviously gonna do some thing big when they decide to follow up on this. For those that didn't like this one then stop complaining all you have to do is turn the channel over. Really its not hard to do.
I thnk it was one of the best episode . It's scary and eye catching it leaves u wanting more.can't wait for a sequel
This episode was used to introduce the character of Sqweegel who is the main character within Anthony E.Zuiker's book series Level 26. In the book Sqweegel has the same manorisms which he uses in order to scare his victims, the suit is due to no forensic evidence, but had you have bothered to have found out a bit about the character before writing this you'ld know that already.
I loved this episode and I hope they follow it up soon!
Come on. Get real. if it wasted 40mins of your time. you shouldn't have bothered to write this review. because most of the people who will read this must have watched the show already. Giving negative feedbacks on a show episode that have already been watched by many, as you wrote this, is kinda on the whining side and pointless. NOW you're giving CBS your time on writing this.
citing most books you have read probably inspired the writers. giving twists to what others and you read as character to one to many book. aint it cool to see some of your favorite tv actors play bad guys? why not see fictional characters as another character? giving them a "level up" on creativity.
This was only aired in the UK last week & to mind one of the best CSI episodes ever - I really don't get your review at all - perhaps you should stick to the turgid, pointless episodes of CSI Miami
First off why should the viewers need to read some book to understand a character in a tv show?
Second doesn anyone else think Squeegal's appearance/mannerism look ALOT like Venom in the new spider man movie?
Thirdly not finishing the story is just lame. If you want people to go buy the book right one good enough that it gains merit on it's own.. don't throw teasers into a TV show so people have to go out and buy your book to find out what happened. That's just lame. (episode descriptions don't mention "Squeegal" at all the rest of this season)
seriously i don't know what your all complaining about this has to be one of the best episodes i have seen i was creeped out the whole way through it was a good concept and has sooo much potential i really cant wait to find out who it is and why sqweegel is the way he is. i have never been so glued to the screen than with this episode. as for the similar story to nicks stalker, be realistic of course they can revisit a similar story to make it more in tune with the real world other victims will have stalkers just because nick had on does that mean noooo other person in the world or a victim on the show cant have one because its tooo similar. you dont like the show anymore its simple switch off and let the true die hard fans watch it in peace
I can't believe people could critisize this episode! CSI is the whole reason I want to become a forensic pathologist. I only hope that one day I can experience some creepy stuff like this! IT'S AWESOME! I kept one eye closed... this episode brought me to chills. I can't wait to find out what happens next but until than i just keep watching this episode over and over until im used to the fact that someone could do something like this.
Im a new CSi guy. I caught the shark episode, yeah dumb. But I love this Ian Moone guy. I cant waitto find out his story. I think hthats where it all lays. Would love to see what his issue is. Thy shoul start with all the advanced yoga guys in the area. LOL
It's Smeagol and it want's the Precious.
Ah c'mon dude you being ridiculous. It was an awesome episode and I want to see more! "just did not get why he was walking foot/hand, hand/foot. What was the frakking point? I also sat with one eyebrow raised the entire time he was getting Margret to confess as he kept twisting around for no reason at all." He is insane! a psycho! what more do you want. He's not going to act normal.
you guys are all really thick, and im honestly surprised that the reviewer who seems to be such an avid-fan of CSI, took no time to do his homework. Sqweegel is the main serial killer character in Anthony Zuckers book Level 26,and this was intended as a sort of crossover promo to hype his sequel novel. Do your fudgin homework bro, more than half of the stuff you said that seems "random" would have made sense if you had put it into the context of Zuikers novels
You people need to lighten up. It's a freaking TV show!!! It's not meant to be some great work of art, it's there for entertainment and entertainment only. After 10+ seasons, I bet original material that you all would be proud of is hard to find. Why don't you critics get off your butts and write a mindblowing script for CSI. I'm sure they would love to hear from you. And for those of you who Smeagol is, I hope you're all 14 year olds, otherwise you have no reason to criticize a show for being too weird. You've obviously dedicated many hours to watching weird (L of the R's) shows, so what's one more hour of your life? For those of you threatening to quit watching the show, please do. We don't need some snobby art critics turning what's supposed to be a fun show into a review of the latest off broadway play that only "cultured" fans can appreciate. I LOVED THE SHOW!!! Bring on more Sqweegel!!!!
After guest appearances by Justin Bieber, Holly Madison, and Andy Dick, I was sure that I had seen the worst from CSI Season 11. "Sqweegel" was by far the most convoluted and badly done story I have seen from CSI thus far. One major thing struck me as being unforgivable: they've already done this story! I'm sure we will never forget the "Stalker" episode where an obsessed serial killer lives in the attics of his victims and eventually targets Nick Stokes. In "Sqweegel", Catherine even makes a quick reference to the fact that Nick has had experience with this type of killer. Does Catherine mentioning their laziness and lack of new ideas somehow make it okay? Once I realized that they had become so out of ideas that they were going to do an episode this closely resembling a very memorable past episode I knew it was over. I actually feel pretty badly for Anthony Zuiker because after watching this episode I have no desire to read his book because of the bad taste that "Sqweegel" lef
While I do miss Grissom...and it is pretty silly...I loved the episode! I thought that the bad guy was uber creepy and was upset that it wasn't a back to back so that I could find out what was with the guy!
As a viewer who has watched each CSI franchise program (with the exception of CSI: L.A.) from the beginning, and who has lived for more years than I would care to speak of, I find it difficult to watch a series move steadily downward on the scales of writing, authenticity, glaring prop mistakes, dialogue and story arcs. My first angry thoughts are directed at CSI (Las Vegas). This series has had such powerful actors and energy. While all were good, I think most would agree that William Petersen was the real glue that held the program together. "Grissom" had the quiet voice of experience and reason. When he left, it would have seemed logical to see the whole direction of the story lines and interactions between the characters change also. Rather, we have continuing story lines of "been there - done that". With a careful shift of actors and bringing "Dr. Langston" on board it could have built up steadily by allowing the others to show more wisdom and experience in teaching Langsto
Please get off the internet, turn off the tv, and pick up a book. The Sqweegel episode was based on a book written by Anthony Zuiker. It's hard to cram a whole book into one forty minute episode. Some things were changed - like Sqweegel's name - but again, forty minute episode/400 page book. Exceptions must be made. This episode was not made for the internet reviewers, it was made for the literate people who took the time to pick up Anthony Zuiker's book. Read the book then you can complain.
Does Langston need a cane or not need a cane. Walk in the house, with a cane. Climb up the stairs, doesn't need a cane. Need to point, use your cane.
Let's take a guess who's behind sqweegel.
I think it is Hodges. Why? Wendy took off, since than he snapped.
In the lab, he says "I have a fetisch" and if you compare some pictures of him, with the sqweegel, he looks like it.
Who do you think it is?
I actually thoght this was an interesting episode. Not for the plot, but just because I keep trying to figure out what they are going to do next. I figured that the Orphan savior guy was going to be killed and that Sqweegel was going to put someone in the other suit. I keep wondering when they are going to continue an episode. The bomber would have blown up the Luxor by now if this was going to go well. The main reason I started watching this show again was to see if Lawrence Fishburne was going to take down Justin Bieber. Some of these stories are interesting just to see what the writers that compare us too the viewers of Seasme Street are going to continue one of the episodes. Have any of you noticed that Jerry Bruckheimer has not been doing the episodes anymore?
CSI went downhill the minute Ray Langston was introduced. Why the writers decided to bring in a duplicate of Grissom is beyond me, I'd rather of seen a young new CSI or a much older experienced CSI.
Season 9 was awful, S10 was a bit better but I'm from the UK so I haven't seen S11 yet, but by the reviews ... I don't know if I'll want to watch it.
I MISS THE OLD CSI :(
CSI has become beyond stupid with Peterson's departure. Ann Margaret should have guested on Glee, where a musical icon like her belongs, instead of this embarrassing, sub-Argento trash. The writers have destroyed this once cool show. The child endangerment scene in the vehicle was beyond reprehensible.
I thought this was the best episode of the CSI by far.
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