CBS Schedules 'CSI' and 'CSI: NY' Crossover

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  1. CSI Files

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    The first ever*CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and*CSI: NY crossover is in the works, CSI Files has learned. The two-part installment will air in early February. Discussions on the potential crossover have taken place over the past few months, with the production scheduling logistics the main concern. Those scheduling conflicts have been worked out. This marks [...]

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  2. Meta

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    And technically, it'll be the first crossover between Vegas and New York. I don't count the three-way one with Ray Langston. Would've been nice if this had happened when Peterson was still on CSI.
     
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    The plot of this one seems pretty weak. Not at all interesting. I do like the idea of seeing DB and Mac together and how they'd work with their different personalities, but not with this plot.
     
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    Well, you haven't actually seen it yet. The episode may blow your mind. ;)
     
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    You guys must watch more drama shows than I do.

    Since Law & Order went off the air, NY is the only drama I watch.

    Well, I do watch Chicago Fire.
     
  7. JorjaFoxFan

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    Exactly what I came here to contribute.

    While I did like Langston, and do like D.B., Grissom just added something that consistently feels like it's missing.
     

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