Re: "For Warrick" Season Premiere Discussion *SPOILERS* You know what, I usually would not reply to this, but since my review was my last attempt at connecting with this board, I'm going to. Yes, it was a total team effort to catch McKeen. Yes, Nick was the one to first indicate McKeen was their suspect. Hands-down, YES. In my opinion, that was a big break in the case, but not enough for a warrant. A judge wants some kind of physical evidence. In that case, they were stuck as they sat around the evidence table. It was Sara who had an idea, thus giving them the SECOND break in the case, but I still think of it as a break. Without that moment, without that idea, they would not have had enough PHYSICAL evidence to get a warrant, likely. I mean, they can conjecture all they like about what their deceased friend would or would not do (roll down a window) and while they know that it is true, they need physical evidence to support it that can convince a judge that McKeen, not Pritchard, is their suspect. Secondly, "I'm not sure what CSI you're watching." Really, I was watching the same one as you. I just had a different opinion, which is not a bad thing. I was in no way trying to take away from Nick, and if you read my full review you know I cited Nick holding McKeen at gunpoint as the most intense of all scenes in the episode. I was watching the same episode, my friend, just with a different pair of eyes, and I thought differing opinions were just that, opinions. Also, as a GSR fan, I indicated that it would be in there a bit in my review. It was relevant to the episode, so I felt no need to remove it, as I did all the case parts from my review when posting it in Shipper Central. I tried to follow all of Gil's moments in the episode when doing my review, peppering in some of the others, such as Greg and Sara's moment at Warrick's home, Nick's holding McKeen at gunpoint, and everyone at the funeral. It was a total TEAM effort, which I said many times. I was just impressed with Sara for keeping her skills sharp. It was a moment of appreciation, not intended to slight anyone, but I stand by my opinion because it is only that; an opinion.