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I think it was about time GG ...

Question: I think it was about time GG and SS got together. I love the way it was done without any fanfare. Answer: There is that to be said for it. Whether you agree with this pairing or not (usually not, according to my mailbag), the way it was presented was unexpected, to say the least. And here, from Lois C., is the sort of mail I usually get on the topic: "I think it was disgusting to put Grissom and Sara together as a couple. There is no chemistry. If my best friend were in the hospital, there's no way I would have been off with some bimbo; I would be right at my best friend's side. If it didn't work on CSI: Miami, why would it work on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation? They killed off Horatio Caine's wife five minutes after they got married, and they should end the romance on CSI, or this lady here will never watch it again. I never liked Sara anyway, because she is such a geek, with absolutely no personality." How do you really feel, Lois? And how exactly does a geek with no ... read more

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The networks get ready for a prime-time war

Howie Mandel, Deal or No Deal

The networks and ad buyers on Madison Avenue are deep in negotiations over the price of commercial time for next fall's prime-time schedule, and at least a third of their $9 billion take (that is, the networks hope it'll be that much) will be spent on Thursday night. That explains why so many good shows this fall will be airing on the same night. It's looking like one of the great network-scheduling steel-cage matches in history: Grey's Anatomy vs. CSI vs. Deal or No Deal all battling it out at 9 pm/ET. ABC could have gotten higher ratings if it left read more

Is Izzie gone for good from ...

Question: Is Izzie gone for good from Grey's Anatomy? I heard a rumor a major player from the cast would be leaving the show at the end of the season, but didn't pay much attention. Will they try and get her back? (From the reaction of the doctors when she announced that she quit, it looked like they accepted her quitting without issue.) Answer: Just because she's quitting the surgical program doesn't mean she's quitting the show. (Same goes for Mark Harmon's character resigning from NCIS.) The writers had a very dramatic, even traumatic, plan in mind for Izzie, and, as usual on this show, bad decisions come with dire consequences. I have no idea how she will continue to interact and work with her friends, but I can't wait to find out. On another Grey's front, Erin declares: "It seems like I'm the only one who's happy about Grey's Anatomy moving to Thursdays. I've never been into the stale procedurals, so Thursday has been a dead night for TV in my home for quite some time. Grey's ... read more

CBS' Official Fall Sked

The big news (and the worst kept secret in the TV biz) is that Without a Trace is headed to Sunday night. The complete release is below.CBS ANNOUNCES 2006-2007 PRIMETIME SCHEDULECBS announced today the addition of four new series to its 2006-2007 primetime line-up, enhancing a line-up that will return 18 shows from last year's schedule, including six from last season's freshman class. The line-up, which includes three new dramas and one new comedy, was unveiled this morning by CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler. The four new shows feature a roster of award-winning actors and executive producers and a unique mix of concepts and genres. The freshman series include a young and sexy ensemble comedy, THE CLASS, from "Friends" co-creator David Crane; SMITH, a high octane heist thriller from "ER's" John Wells starring Ray Liotta and Virginia Madsen; the apocalyptic drama JERICHO, from the producer of "National Treasure," Jon Turteltaub, starring Skeet Ulrich ("Scream"); and SHARK, a ... read more

Jorja Fox Dishes CSI's Shocking Finale

As promised, here's my interview with CSI's veggie-lovin' babe Jorja Fox. Spoilerphobes, read at your own risk!Ausiello: Hi, Jorja.Jorja: Sorry I'm a few minutes late. My very good friend, Eric Szmanda, who plays Greg Sanders, just did his last scene of the season, so there was a good three minutes of hugging going on.Ausiello: You won't see him now until July? Jorja: No, I'm probably going to see him tomorrow night. He and I are very close. Tomorrow is my wrap day, so I think we're gonna all go out tomorrow night and have drinks after work. He'll probably start drinking today; I'll be waiting until tomorrow.Ausiello: What's going on in your final scene?Jorja: I can't give anything away, but we have a cliff-hanger at the end of this season that I think you guys are going to have a field day with. All I can say is that it's going to be good and it's going to come completely out of left field. I think everyone's going to end Season 6 with their jaws dropped. Ausiello: Does it involve ... read more

Last week's CSI told viewers ...

Question: Last week's CSI told viewers to go to CBS.com, look at this picture, and, apparently, it'll tell us everything we need to know about the last two episodes. All I see is the team in a diner. What do you see?


Answer: Actually, a better question might be what (or whom) I don't see.

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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation...

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation As much as I love basketball, two weeks without my CSI really left me with an appetite for some blood splatter. So thank you, Jerry Bruckheimer, for delivering the goods this week. This goes right up there with some of my favorite episodes ever. A 12-year-old girl outsmarts the entire crime lab! You can't beat the chilling look on Jorja Fox's face when little Hannah whispers in her ear, "I didn't kill Stacy." If you happened to be looking away at that moment, let me paint the picture. Think about the expression on your face when you just realized that you downed an entire triple cheeseburger in under a minute. No, no, no — not the "Oh, I'm going t read more

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation...

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation If I had a foot fetish and was painting women's toes, I think I'd go for a bright green or maybe a purple. I'm not one to judge someone for liking women's feet (that's probably much more acceptable than what your neighbor is doing right now), but get a little creative with the color at least. Jeez, how boring is generic red? Probably about as boring as this episode, I suppose. Underwhelming compared to the S&M fetish with Lady Heather or the adult baby episode, last night's fetish seemed a bit normal. Now the whole filming-for-reality-TV thing was a unique perspective as we got a chance to look at the show like it was raw footage being filmed, but other than a few blurry shots and cameras moving with the investigators, it didn't enhance any aspe read more

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation...

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation So, according to Sara, charred flesh smells like "burnt pork, but much worse." Having been one of the unlucky people in this world to have smelled burnt flesh before, "much worse" is fine on its own. There is not one time in my years of having a fireplace that I've ever thought of putting anything inside it besides wood and maybe a match or two — certainly not a body, charred or otherwise. Last night we had two people doing it, though — the killer, Martin Sidley, who extends his fireplace around a dying girl, and the girl's father, who steals a scorched body from the morgue and throws it down the chimney. I don't have children yet, so I don’t know what I'd do if my daughter disappeared and I thought I knew who did it. Would I be smart enough to stag read more

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation...

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation I'm a people-watcher. I sit on a bench at the farmers' market, watching the people walk by and wondering what they are thinking at that moment. Like the young lady who grabs that oh-so-perfect purse and thinks to herself, "No one will ever know this is a knockoff." Yes, we will, dear — yes, we will. Some people think I'm crazy, but all I'm doing is harmlessly trying to read the minds of others. That's why I loved last night's episode of CSI. It's all based upon evaluating the mind of what appears to be a normal human being. A few months ago when I saw this episode for the first time, I sat glued to the edge of my seat, waiting for the gruesome discovery of a decomposed body. When no body was found, I guess I kind of felt cheated in some silly read more

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Premiered: October 06, 2000, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Las Vegas criminologists use scientific methods to solve grisly murders in this unusually graphic (and hugely popular) drama, which inspired a host of other cop-show 'procedurals.' An immediate ratings smash for CBS, the series adroitly mixes painstaking deduction, gritty subject matter and intriguing characters.a The network quickly capitalized on its megahit with spin-offs 'CSI: Miami' and 'CSI: NY.'

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