Discussion in 'General CSI Discussion' started by Guest, Dec 7, 2006.
is there anywhere I can find who wrote specific csi episodes???
I'm not sure how accurate IMDB.com is, but here are links to the relevant pages on that site. You can click on the individual episode, and the writers are listed toward the top of the page. These go directly to the first season of each show, but there are also links to the other seasons at the top of the page.
If someone else has a different place to find who wrote episodes (one that isn't as notoriously-unreliable, maybe :lol, let us know.
Faylinn, what are we going to do with you. The very website that gave you the green name has great episode guides for all three series that lists writer and director credits, and you go and refer renegade to another site. IMDB is a great site, one that I check out almost daily, but you might promote this one first.
Well damn, I didn't even think of that. *goes to sit in the corner* I've been a naughty mod. :lol:
*points to the top of the screen* Clicky the 'episode guides' up there for information.
Besides this site, TV.com usually has pretty accurate information on newer shows.
IMDB does have problems with some of it's contributor submitted data.
I used (link removed by moderator)
How can that site find the writer of an episode?
This thread is meant to be about finding out who wrote episodes, not finding contact information for them. The writers (and other people involved with the show) deserve their privacy, so let's make sure we respect that. I can't say for certain, but I think it's a safe bet that most people connected with CBS aren't listed anyway.
Edit: I've edited the two posts that mentioned the specific site used. It's not a bad site, it's just best if we don't suggest that others go looking for personal information, especially when the site might ask you to pay for things.
Separate names with a comma.