onepercentclub wrote:EH's actors never did any appearances that I know of on late night shows.
onepercentclub wrote:Thank you Kel
onepercentclub wrote:And Kalli, I agree with you, but I wish both Marley and Rufus would've done more. They're very nice people too, besides being good actors and that would've given the show a little bit more exposure.
æthre wrote:Actually, only one of ABC's new shows is, thus so far, the only one to catch my attention. And it's gunna be pretty hit and miss, to tell you the truth.
ObsidianJade wrote:how many people here did or still do watch any or all incarnations of CSI, (raises hand for 'did') and how many people think it's time for the original one to be put out of it's misery (and ours?)
ObsidianJade wrote:Which is why I was so damned disappointed when Warrick turned into a druggie, Nick turned into a twit, Greg lost all his buoyancy, and for the love of the gods, who thought it was a good idea to bring Hodges to the forefront???
Sorry. Concluding rant for now, mostly because I have to leave for work. But honestly, people... CSI had a great run. Now give it a nice, humane euthanasia like it deserves, because it is very clearly suffering.
luvinx wrote:Yes. RS and MS were robbed....period. It would be interesting to see how many talk shows Baker was on, eh?
æthre wrote: Other than that I'm watching House, Fringe and maybe Bones (if it continues to suck, screw it) on Fox, Castle on ABC, Chuck on NBC and then a bunch of shows on SciFi... whiiich I have to steal to watch anyway. Lame.
ObsidianJade wrote:Err, Kalli aside (please pardon the following rant) by a quick show of hands, how many people here did or still do watch any or all incarnations of CSI, (raises hand for 'did') and how many people think it's time for the original one to be put out of it's misery (and ours?)
As I've never watched the spin-offs, I don't know how they are doing, but for me, the original CSI died with Warrick, as well as Sara and Grissom's departure. I loved the romantic dynamics between Gil/Sara and Cath/Warrick, and the friendship dynamics between the whole team, but particularly the guys (Nick and Warrick) and Greg, or Grissom, or any combination thereof. They all worked very well together, and the friendship was at the heart of their team and the series, as much as, if not more than, the forensics.
xFrEAKk wrote:Doesn't mean I can't watch it die, does it....
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