Re: Danny/Lindsay #22: I've fallen in love with you...and I can't let I believe that they wanted whatever they had to be casual. Maybe, perhaps, Danny more than Lindsay. (I say that because I think that she held him off more before SD.) I think that they thought that by keeping things undefined they could be together without having to deal with their pasts, themselves, and their co-workers. Now that they both know that hasn't worked, they are going to have to give their relationship some definition and that should be very interesting for us! Me? I started off really liking CSI: Original Recipe; it was just so different from eveything that I'd ever seen on TV. For the first few years I didn't mind that the characters were rather one dimensional, but then it started to frusterate me a bit. I tried Miami and found it not to my liking at all. Then NY came along and I liked it a little better. A few months after AB joined the cast, I realized that I was more excited about NY than CSI. I have been a causal viewer at best until RND. I missed SD, as I mentioned before. In my mind though, they were were together offscreen. What I would love to see in the future is writers willing to treat women and relationships with realism. I would love to see them allow D&L to be together and not have them be all about being together. They could have more, not less, interaction with the other team members. Their love and "togetherness" could just be made obvious in the little things (like a hug after he saves her from a run away train!). Only occaisionally would I throw a fit like a two-year old and demand they show some skin. Course, I don't know that I'll ever get what I want but that's another post.