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Miss Grissom every week. Catherine-not so much. Can NOT stand Shue!! Danson was doing a decent job until Shue moved in to be his right hip--and they both keep this $#it eating grin on their faces all the time--like they so are pleased with themselves and no one else has ever been as smart as their characters--huge turn-off for me, except I still want to watch Sara, Nick, Greg, Brass solve the mystery.
Last night was a little too much Steven King, twins, okay, triplets I could handle, but the 4th kid? By the time he admitted to seeing the others, I knew he was in on it--but hold the line at 3 --otherwise its a poor scifi joke!
Please just give us good science and stop making cops out of our investigators!!
Sue Ann, you are right--at one time there was enthusiasm with the characters and now they are shadows! I find I much prefer to watch the old reruns on Spike TV, even record them to watch at night.
I did enjoy seeing Mandy, Henry, and Archie last night.
Grissom was the CSI character that all the spin offs had to emulate in part -- so I would say I miss that; however, I like Danson and the actress who plays Morgan (and her and her father's relationship) and Shue's Ok. I would miss Catherine -- except she hasn't been "Catherine" for it-seems-like-forever. She represented a connection to the Las Vegas milieu through the casinos that I thought made her a unique TV crime fighter -- and without that, which was kind of abandoned along the way anyway, this CSI could be in Seattle or Columbus, Ohio (except for fade-ins and fade-outs of the bright lights. I stopped watching altogether during Fishbourne's run (and I think then is when it stopped being so much about "Vegas").
I shall always miss Grissom. I've been a big fan of William Peterson's work for at least twenty years, if not more. He projects this obvious intelligence, like some of the better professors I had in college. I would willingly attend any class he taught.
I miss the character Grissom, too. I like spiders and bugs. I enjoyed the odd enthusiasms the character displayed. Nothing against Marg Helgenberger or Catherine Willows, but I generally prefer to watch the men. It's a female thing ...
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