] George started acting later in life than others and Billy Petersen picked him for the role of Nick Stokes. Did you know that Helen Mirren who won an Oscar for The Queen was told she would reach her peak later in life. She was in her fifties when she won an Oscar. Don't count George out yet. Well that's your opinion. I've talked to others who love the Langston character, remember not all CSI fans come on this board. You sound like you don't have kids, no child is an angel. Haley was being rebellious and mouthy-like a lot of kids. And the crying was in due part over his grief for Warrick as well as Haley as Top pointed out in her review. If you watched the episode closely instead of pining for Billy Petersen, then you would notice the scene in which Nick comes in out of the rain and then there's mention of Warrick. It was after Haley died Nick realized he may have closed the case too quickly, but at that time he was so grief-stricken with Warrick's death, he might have been on autopilot. There were many layers in this episode. Did you know George is suffering from a herniated disc, he was in a lot of physical pain during that episode. And your beloved GSR was not a soap opera? And that felt like it was being forced down my throat on a weekly basis. And really why is it when you post, you get so personal about the actors' looks. You've done it with Catherine and now you are doing it with Langston. It really is a turn off for me when we started to get critical of their appearance. And if this show were real life and I had a glass shard in my body, I wouldn't care less if Langston had King Kong size hands, as long he saved my life that's all that counts. I don't know if you meant this, but this comment reminded me of a cartoon in the New York Post (?) that compared Barrack Obama to a monkey. It was deemed as racist. Your calling Langston a gorilla gives me that same impression. Are you making fun of his skin colour? It appears that way to me.