Discussion in 'CSI: Miami' started by mjszud, Aug 31, 2009.
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Can't wait for September!
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Continuing the Horatio vibe in here, I wanted to ask:
If there was any kind of evolution you would like to see for the character either for season 10 or the future, what would it be?
Personally, I'd like to see Horatio offered a promotion that either takes him away from the lab, or keeps him in the lab but offers him different responsibilities. It'd be interesting to watch him make the decision--if any, and how he comes to that eventual decision. I think it would add another layer onto the character if he dealt with conflict related directly to his position at the lab, rather than an outside source (gangs and relationships).
What do you guys think?
I wouldn't mind seeing something like that. It would probably humanize them a bit; I mean, don't we all remember that a*hole we used to have to work with? One of the reasons why I loved the Ecklie character on LV, he wasn't evil or anything, just a royal pain in the butt.
If this is Miami's last season (hopefully not), as a capper I would like to see Horatio finally accepting that promotion to Captain.
Let's face it: Horatio is getting older and I doubt he'll be able to remain active in the field very much longer. If he took a promotion and more of a desk job, he could still keep an eye on his team, without being right in the line of fire.
I think that would be a satisfying ending for his storyline, much more so than having him die in the line of duty.
Fanilow, I have had a change of heart about Season 10 being maybe the last season. The ratings are looking good for all three CSI Shows. I think Horatio will remain active in the field one or two more years. If they promote him to Captain, I don't know if you can hold him down! Horatio takes his job so emotional that you couldn't tie him down to a desk. As a matter of fact, I've only seen one episode of his office with him sitting behind his desk. We know he has an office and a desk, but good gracious, I don't think anybody or anything can keep him tied down to that desk. In reality, David is not that old, maybe 8 or 9 years older than me, still active, and I want to see him go after Memmo one or two more times!:lol:
I know 55 isn't old at all, but if he were a real policeman, Horatio Caine would be approaching the age when an officer would either be pushed into a desk job or retirement.
Hopefully the NFL schedule doesn't interfere too much and ratings stay strong, at least for Miami. I would be thrilled if we got another season
Yes, Horatio is the kind of man who's so dedicated to his team and his work that he could never be tied down. (Actually, he still might be able to run his lab as a Captain, I don't know) But if a large change is needed to end the character's storyline, I would much rather see him promoted than die.
I fully agree Fanilow, if a major change is needed to end the Horatio's storyline, I would much prefer a promotion than that they give him a bad ending like killing him or disgracing him, etc...
Personally, I think there are other options that would be great and not either of these options. Hopefully the writers and Powers connected with CSI Miami will think of some of them and choose a good one when needed.
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