Discussion in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' started by Smokey, Feb 12, 2012.
Sara specialised in Trace from what I can remember.
In the booklet that goes with the CSI PC game "3 Dimensions of Murder", it lists CSI Personnel and has their specialties. It has "blood-splatter analysis" listed as Catherine's specialty. Is there a difference between blood spatter and blood splatter? For Sara in that game booklet, they have "Materials and element analysis" listed as her specialty. I guess that's the long way of saying "trace" LOL. I don't know why they didn't just put "trace" lol.
In a way,Nick did walk away..also knowing that the killer has no idea of what he did..and that perhaps never will.
Sara: Materials/element analysis
(You knew I had that at http://jorjafox.net/wiki/Sara_Sidle right? Cause I'm epic nerd?)
I can't help noticing that this is the only CSI where there are specialties...I don't recall Miami having any, and I know New York doesn't, though some of them have more knoweledge in some areas than others.
Actually in Miami I think it goes like this:
Ryan: trace (though I'm not 100% sure)
I didn't know about Cath's specialty. I would've liked if throughout the seasons each character were given certain moments were we were reminded of their specialty.
Miami does. Ryan is a trace specialist (I think) and Natalia's is DNA. According to the booklet for the Miami PC game, here are the others:
Horatio = Arson and explosives expert
Eric = fingerprints, drug identification
Calleigh = ballistics/firearms
Speedle = Trace, impressions evidence and audio visual analysis
Not sure about Megan, Jesse or Walter. I think they should also have added something about underwater evidence recovery for Eric cause he's done that a lot.
Richard Diebenkorn was a West Coast painter, born in Portland, Oregon, and lived from 1922 t0 1993. D.B. had hippie/artsy parents and they may have named him for this painter. Or not.
A website dedicated to him and his work is here: Richard Diebenkorn
I thought it was pretty cool that after all this time with Greg being a CSI, he is still considered the best DNA expert!
I liked Julie, think she will fit in well.
This episode was ok. Might be my least favorite so far. I agree with those who said Julie seems a bit too cocky. If that's her nature than that's fine. I just don't want it all the time. That will be very annoying and get on my nerves. I'm glad Greg got the recognition and that Sara was in this episode. I have to rewatch it to remember specifics, but my favorite part was learning DBs real name. Made the episode for me
I agree, Greg rarely gets the credit and its nice to see him getting props for a change.
Not sure what to make of Julie yet. I liked her in some scenes but then I found her a bit try-too-hard in others. I'm gonna hold my judgement until I see another few episodes.
Still loving DB though!
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