People seemed interested in a thread about homosexuality on the show, so here we go. This isn't me trying to push Danny/Flack or any other same-sex pairing between two main characters. While I would expect that to come up, my purpose was simple: to discuss the overall lack of non-heterosexual characters in the series. The fact is, you just don't see many GLBT (LGBT, etc--whichever term you prefer, if you prefer one at all) individuals on this show. I was thinking about it earlier and came up with these examples (from ~90 episodes): The transgender victim in "The Lying Game" The bisexual(?) victim in "Oedipus Hex" The killer in "Stealing Home", in the case with the "trinogamous" couple, was bisexual (correct me if I'm wrong) In "The Closer", the victim was killed over a same-sex kiss--just the suggestion of homosexuality (Please add more if you can think of them.) Victims and killers. What about grieving family members? Friends, neighbors, colleagues, witnesses? What about victims whose deaths don't have to do with their sexuality or gender identity? What if, heaven forbid, non-heterosexual people worked in the police department or the crime lab? What are your thoughts about GLBT representation--or the lack thereof--on CSI:NY?