Yeah. I agree with you both. Those final episodes of Grissom's were painful to watch. But knowing in the end he got his happy ending with 'the only person he ever loved' made it bearable, retrospectively. It was memorable, and oh so satisfying. And now I'm in the same depressing state that you and most GSR fans are; which is why I don't post much anymore, and why I can't bring myself to watch the show, past or present. I invested so much of my time and energy into this show, and what the writers did with my investment still hurts. Because of the uniqueness of the GSR storyline, CSI wasn't just another procedural. I was so enamored with the way the relationship was handled, and everyone seemed to be on board with it; but now, no one seems to care except their faithful fans, and it all seems so sad and such a terrible waste. So, since there seems to be no movement to fix GSR, I've separated myself, at least physically, from the show and have moved on to other shows, but I will probably always have an emotional attachment to CSI because of GSR. What's ironic is that I actually enjoyed CSI with the new characters. As long as I knew Grissom and Sara were together, I could sit back and enjoy the show. Now, sad to say, I'm apathetic. I come back here once in a while to check on Greg and Nick and Brass, but otherwise I'm pretty much done with it all. I just don't relate to the 'new' Sara, and since she was once my favorite character, that breaks my heart even more. So, I guess if Sara is moving on, then so will I; she apparently is handling the break up much better than I am.