Yeah, our brief scene we got in Leaving Las Vegas would have gotten SO over-analyzed. I mean, more over-analyzed than we already do. *looks briefly over at the people who write essays on every post* I wish I had the time to explain myself that well. ahhaha. That reminds me of something that happened at school the other day. I'm in high school, so this wasn't that out of the ordinary. This guy came up to me a few days ago and started talking to me about CSI, and I just stared at him thinking, 'Uhm.. Hi?' So, I guess news gets around that I'm a CSI-addict. So, he watched Leaving Las Vegas, and I guess he wanted my opinion on it. I immediately started talking about GSR. And he's like 'Huh?' And I explained to him the Way To Go scene, because he hadn't seen it yet. I know - he's totally crazy. Anyway, after that we started talking about the Miniature Killer, and he wondered what my insight was about the whole box leaving on the desk thing. First, I had to let him know my fury about having to wait over four weeks to get any questions I have answered. Then, he said he thought it might be Grissom. (Not really a spoiler, just speculation we've all thought of.) I quickly replied, 'The desk is wood, and Grissom does NOT have a wood desk, and there's a lamp on it above the newspaper, and Grissom does NOT have that lamp. After that conversation I realize that I over-analyze things WAY too much. *thinks* I'd like to know how he knows that I'm obsessed with CSI... That line totally made sense... to me anyway. At least you have a dog and not a butterfly stuffed animal. *cough* I am refering to NO ONE in particular. haha. I was just thinking. It would be funny if I was watching old GSR scenes, and then my Mom comes into my room telling me to go to bed. And it would be funny if I were to reply, 'Busy watching eyesex', and of course all she would hear would be 'BUSY WATCHING SEX'. Yeah, I don't need the birds and the bees conversation, Mom, I need the birds and bees who get paid to do it conversation. So, I think I'll talk about something meaningful now. I like how CSI isn't one of those shows where everybody has dated everybody 3 times, and no relationships between any of the characters has lasted past engagement. Yeah, one pair was going to get married but then the wife found out that her fiance is the father of her sister's daughter's aunt's sister's uncle's daughter. It would be her sister's daughter's aunt's sister's aunt's daughter, but they disowned the aunt from their family in the last episode. I also like how CSI isn't one of those shows where if you miss one episode, you aren't so completely lost that you can't even watch the show anymore. Or that they spend 30 minutes re-capping what happened in the last episode so that anyone watching isn't confused. And, to add to that, I also like how GSR isn't the main focus of the show, someone said this earlier but I'm too lazy to see who. Like, we don't see Sara and Grissom in a run-down apartment with four kids and yellow painted walls that are chipping off. I guess what I'm trying to say is that they aren't being too dramatic about anything that other shows would. Like, in real life it would bug you if you didn't talk about it with the person, and in TV shows they bring out all the dramatic talks that these people would have. But they don't do that with CSI, we patiently wait for Gil and Sara to talk about anything in their relationship at least, which is even too much, which makes us keep coming back. Oh, and the stuff I said earlier about writing essays for posts? I believe I just proved it to be hypocritical.