Watched the Immortality again with bunch of friends and having some pretty lively discussions afterwards. The more I watch it, the more I dislike the story line. I think it was a big miscalculation to give Lady Heather the prominent platform as the center piece of CSI's series finale. What were they thinking? How many times she was brought in all these years? Why elevating a character, whose storyline played out years ago, to such extend it turned the series finale into a ridiculous triangle that was never there before. Didn't Grissom already make his heart clear in S9? He gave up everything to go looking for Sara in the rainforest. He didn't run to Dominion falling at Lady Heather's feet! So, it did feel the story was contrived by placing Lady Heather between Grissom and Sara in the finale. Granted, we knew Zuiker had to fix the screwup cooked up by the incompetent writer of Forget Me Not. (There was no reason to break GSR up then; except the writing crew was short in imagination and wits and had no clue how to handle Grissom's absence.) It would have been nice if Grissom could explain to Sara why he did what he did to her in FMN, and asked for a second chance. I have no problem with them getting back together, and I loved the finale boating off into the sunset scene. Sure Sara gave up a lot, but she stayed true to her belief. (You all need to read the 2006 Fox and Petersen's TV Guide joint interview.) I do agree it could be handled differently, after all, it's 2015 now! Okay, Lady Heather could come back if Jerry Bruckheimer so insisted. (I just don't understand why, though. Why he was pressing Zuiker so hard to have Melinda Clarke back?) Why not having her as a person of interest or something? She shouldn't be the main focus or theme of the finale. Thanks to Bruckheimer, she was. Thanks to Lady Heather. She made the storyline a laughing stock. I do feel the regulars - except Sara and Grissom - were cheated of their final moment in the sun. Thanks to Lady Heather for eating up so much precious screen times. So, yes, by assigning Lady Heather to be the focus of the series finale, it did leave so much to be desired.