Discussion in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' started by sharp52092, Dec 8, 2011.
*runs to spoiler thread*
ROFL (but ITA )
Run quickly CazzBlade :lol:
I agree too Hint hint writers
I am far too excited for this episode now!!
I imagine we all are 25 hours, 24 minutes and counting
Haven't been this excited since we found out about Dangerous Attraction! Woot!
Count me in as super excited too. I can't wait until we can freely talk about the episode and all that will be revealed in this thread.
And Szmile! you're back!!
Spoiler: "Genetic Disorder"
All I can say is: BEST CHRISTMAS EVAH (ok it's not Christmas yet :lol:, but still...) !!!! :beer::hugegrin::hugegrin::hugegrin:!!!! And we get to learn more about Greggo's family that's too awesome!
Spoiler: question about clip
Why would he hyphenate his name to Hojem-Sanders? I was under the impression that his middle name is Hojem... or am I getting fics and episodes mixed up now? :lol:
Oh, how sweet! I didn't realise you'd missed me I've been in lurk-mode again. Absolutely loving the DVD caps in the picture thread too :drool:
Spoiler: new ep
I'm not able to see the promo videos because I'm in the wrong geographical area, according to CBS Has he officially hyphenated his name? I like to see people's maternal ancestry acknowledged in their names, instead of just adopting their father's surname.
No, he hasn't hyphenated it. The lady he's talking to about his genealogy tells him he should hyphenate it.
Spoiler: reply to my reply
I suppose he could also decide to reverse the order. Greg Sanders-Hojem.
Spoiler: answer to question
Actually in "Let the Seller Beware" Greg said his Mom's maiden name was Hojem. I think fics somewhere came up with that being his middle name.
Yes Szmile you were missed. We need all the Greg fans we can get around here. :lol:
Ah, okay. I wasn't sure which way it was LOL.
No it's his middle name too
It's in the Ultimate CSI: Guide Book
Unless they changed it or I'm thinking of fanfics too
Yeah but I go by the episode more than the book. :lol:
Separate names with a comma.