Ah ha... well, like I said, I don't recall seeing any promos at all except for the 2 most recent promos. So now I know about 5 or 6. Is promoting a relationship in a police procedural / forensic show an abnormal advertising technique? I'm asking honestly. Like I said, I don't watch a lot of promos. I just record my shows on the DVR and it usually cuts off before I can see the promo. But again, I've got to ask... why do you and other folks seem to consider advertising and media attention to be just as significant as the show itself? I mean, it might be somewhat annoying to be told about the possible development of a ship you don't like, but the actual plot of the show takes place on the show itself, so I don't understand why it matters that advertising spins and blows things out of proportion because (1) that's just what advertising is about, no big surprise there, and (2) it's the SHOW that's important. I'm sorry, I don't mean to be rude or seem stupid, but... if they work together in scenes that show no trace of romance, what does it matter if they work together a lot? Is it that you'd like to see more team interaction, or character-to-character interaction between characters besides Calleigh and Eric? If that's the case, I agree. I'd like to see more camaraderie, more collaboration between everyone, etc. But I don't think it's awful to see characters work together if they're getting the case solved. That's the important part, is it not? The case?