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Oh cool did not know that don't get to see much of CSI thank you for that
They have spent several episodes showing that Moreno is clean and not like his father (who was a dirty cop). I would be genuinely surprised if both cops were involved, I'm betting only on the one.
I kinda of see your point about cliffhanger I am the same way with romances between coworkers.
I got to say I though nothing would top last year season finale but this did it and I really like how much better CSI has gotten I like how mad DB got when his granddarther and darther got keep nap and I love how he in a Happy family.
I guess my only issue is the two undercover cops I do not know about you but from the moment I saw them I knew they were a part of it I hope they would do something different but I guess they want to get all new people to play cops
It was a good reason I kept away from spoilers, because I loved the feeling of flashing back to the last season of the transition of Cheers into Frasier. So it was nice to see D (Doctor) B (Becker)'s 'other life' being the most 'normal' family of the CSI characters; also haven't seen Brooke Mcvelan in a while.
But for me this episode was very fasted pace with a lot of setting for the character's development. I don't remember ever seeing Nick being this frustrated about doing his job, but it seemed McKeen brought his worst 'bad cop' aspects out of his persona. Ecklie's assassination plot was justifiable developed well as he has been trying to recover this family that he never had or took for granted. Naturally it was sad for his character to possibly die. And DB's external life was as close as picture perfect as it could get. Thus, it a cliche ending. Of course, still the best of the CSis.
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