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it was alright....liked jacyln smith...was disappointed in the lack of storyline for nadia bjorlin....thought it was nice of morgan to help hodges.
some marriage sara and grissom have....why'd they bother getting married.
I enjoyed the show. I hope that DB and Finn did not have an affair. Surely not as his son knows her and likes her. (last weeks show) J Smith looks terrible. Why do people do this to themselves. She always looked beautiful and aging is part of life.
I saw the lack of reaction as his not knowing what to say, not that he didn't know who she meant. He is happily married and must have chosen his wife years ago. I have the impression they came close to an affair but didn't actually have one. She may have been fired because it was getting too hard for them to keep working together. Just my take on it.
CSI must have new writers. All stories this season have been very entertaining. Las Vegas is totally a different city with all those wedding places. The drive-in was quite amusing.
As far as Finn and DB, I feel like they may had been a couple before Db met her wife.
CSI is losing their BANG...... It once had... When that guy came on "FISHBURN" can't remember his name......
Thanks Sue Ann, I appreciate the kinds words.
@Andrea, I nearly thought the same thing about DB but his total lack of reaction when she said "I didn't get a chance to marry the love of my life" made me second guess myself... I will grant that it's possible, but only time will tell us for sure.
I also stopped watching after W. Peterson left (Love Gil!), but started up again with Ted Danson.
I have not watched last nights episode yet, but also had the feeling that Finn was a "student" of DBs and she wanted more but he was happily married - again just my thoughts.
Loved the episode! I get this sneaking feeling that Finn and DB had something going a while back. Jacylyn Smith was great to watch, although I hated she's had work done. Too much juvederm in the lips and cheeks. The ending was awesome: Eckley and his daughter finally 'doing lunch' with her buying take-out. Great way to end an episode and am looking forward to the rest of the season. AND next year! And I still miss Gil!!
Ok I fell asleep right when they were out at dinner and J.Smith showed up. Who can tell me what happened exciting if anything or at least who was the killers and were they caught?
Andrea: I had the same impression you did - that D.B. was the love of Finn's life whom she never had a chancw to marry.
This was a great episode of CSI which demonstrates one reason CBS has renewed this version while the other 2 are hanging on.. Good fresh stories and now bringing these new characters into focus so people care about them... I think we will see more of Morgan and her father together based on casting budgets I guess.. I have no complaints about Jaclyn Smith either.. People forget that this lady is in her mid 60's !!! She's not in her late 20's when she was doing Angels.. I frankly think the work she had done obviously was better than most... You can't make her look like she did in her 20's but she looked great once I adjusted.. I just spotted her picture on Wikipedia page from 6 years ago and it is clear..
I thought it was fairly obvious that DB Russell was the soul mate Finn never had a chance to marry. It seems to sting every time he brings up his wife and how happily married he is.
I like the additions of Ted Danson and now of Elisabeth Shue. I'd stopped watching the show for a few years after William Petersen left as Grissom and they killed off Warrick. The new characters add some interest. I also like how they're fleshing out the other characters like Hodges and Ecklie.
My condolences on the loss of your mother. I recently lost mine, and it is an empty feeling. I'm glad you have good memories of sharing.
I still miss Grissom, and it was lovely to hear him referenced. My former boss retired in 1999, but she was still being quoted and mentioned at work ten years later. Good people live on in the hearts and minds of co-workers.
I was dismayed to see that Jaclyn Smith apparently has succumbed to the Hollywood necessity (for women anyway) of tampering with her face. She looks like someone else entirely, and it was very off-putting. I remember well how she looked and sounded; this was like another person.
This episode was cute and interesting, but not one of the great ones. However, those are great partially because they are rare, I guess?
For the record I don't consider the girl reading from Alice in Wonderland as a "quote". DB used a reference to AIW in conversation.
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