Discussion in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' started by Destiny, Sep 10, 2008.
well, the first part looks like "a crisis of conscience"
But I'm not sure about the rest of this.
Well being Riley Adams is coming in as a Level 2, I think it would be nice to have Greg at a higher level than her, so maybe Level 3 will be correct.
About the LH episode, all the release says is that the score of the episode will be based on the song, not the entire plot.
I've seen people speculate that the last part is "leaves on his own accord" or something like that.
This fits with what little bit we've seen about 9.07 ... old case coming back into play. Looks like a mother and young daughter have been murdered and the suspect is someone who was investigated for murder like 12 years ago. My guess is that Grissom is going to end up feeling guilty because something he did or didn't do all those years ago (even before he was heading the lab) ultimately lead to these people being murdered. Early spoilers had the little girl badly injured ... new spoilers indicate she's dead. And we all know how Grissom is about kids. So I think this could be his breaking point. I kinda hope so, because I would like 9.09 and 9.10 to be about the whole team getting ready to move on. I so do not want them finding out about his departure in the last epi. That would just be ... wrong.
I hate when Ausiello does that crap.... Sounds like replay of Sara's exit. Out of ideas TPTB? I still wonder if the Undersherriff gets off for killing Warrick, like I said before he does have judges and the like in his pockets.
I hope they fired all the leaks cause they were all GSR fans and drove me nuts.
So Grissom suffers a crisis of consience-Gil Grissom?!
He is so not the guy from season one. The spunky scientist he was.
AT "CSI" THE HAND OFF FROM PETERSEN TO FISHBURNE BEGINS"
These two seem to be enjoying the trade off. This will be neat to see them together, and we'll see LB in Dec. and BP last ep. in Jan. it states in this article~
Wow. That part about the fetal pig made my day. I think that they should go with a CSI movie, even if it's just a three part episode or something. The only problem is, what would they do?
How come the fetal pig is back in Grissom's office? I thought he gave it to Catherine as an office warming gift after the team was split up and she was made swing supervisor?
Anyone got an answer for me?
Mine too, how cute was that? Bless.
Maybe that's what he means, make sure that as soon as he leaves that Cath doesn't get rid of his oh so "lovely" office warming gift. Maybe she'll take over Grissom's office as we never seem to see if she has one anymore. Just a thought.
Various entertainment sites have confirmed 3 episodes for Jorja this season.
Yeah. And I was visiting JorjaFoxonline yesterday to watch the Ellen interview, and I didn't see it there.
And I hope the fetal pig ends up in Catherine's office. Considering he DID give it to her.
Crisis of conscience and leaving of his own accord. Hmm. This could be very interesting.
And the 'various sites' are? this is from Jorja's site and was revised, yes from May, so we have to see if this is accurate, I've always said "who would sign up for 3 episodes" this says from 2-3 to 5-6, this is not my site, nor my news but news from her site~
Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, etc...
Anyway, moving on:
A few details on 'CSI's' new guy
Here are a few tidbits about Laurence Fishburne’s new "CSI" character. First of all, we finally know his name: It's Dr. Raymond Langston.
Langston will make his debut in a December episode of the crime series, CBS has confirmed. That episode is titled "19 Down" and it was written by "CSI" executive producers Naren Shankar and Carol Mendelsohn, the network said.
What does “19 Down” mean? I have no idea. But I’m told by a “CSI” insider that the title makes sense in the context of the episode.
Langston is “a former pathologist who is now working as an itinerant college lecturer, teaching a course in criminalistics. His focus is on understanding criminal behavior, how and why people commit acts of violence - tendencies he disturbingly sees within himself,” according to CBS’ August press release on Fishburne joining the show. At first, Langston will be a consultant to the CSI team but he’ll then join it (not as its leader).
The episode in which Langston first appears will involve a serial killer, and will be the last “CSI” episode to air in 2008, according to a recent USA Today story. William Petersen’s character, Gil Grissom, will exit the show in the first episode of 2009.
Well before that, Grissom’s got ladies on his mind – well, one Lady. In Thursday’s episode, Grissom once again has dealings with dominatrix Lady Heather (the always-great Melinda Clarke). “He spends the night,” Shankar said in a July interview. “I’m not saying what he’s doing there overnight. Let me tell you, it’ll be by far the most provocative Lady Heather episode we’ve ever done.”
Source: Chicago Tribune
19 Down sounds like a casino game term to me. :lol:
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