On March 4, Gary Sinise and the CSI: NY gang jumped into shooting an intense episode with the CSIs attempting to nab one of NYC's most wanted.
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"Everyone was rejuvenated," says exec producer Pam Veasey of the gang. Case in point: Melina Kanakaredes and Carmine Giovinazzo.
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Numbers' David Krumholtz wasn't slated to film any scenes on March 4, but he still turned up to get a haircut and pal around with his on-screen bro, Rob Morrow.
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Morrow didn't have it so easy: After a bruising take simulating a meth-lab bust, he announced, I hope you got it, because I can't do it again!
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On the Rules of Engagement set, David Spade and Megyn Price review their first script while Patrick Warburton gets into the joking spirit between touch-ups: Mr. Spade is the sharp wit. Although physically, I can take him, he says.
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Spade, Bianca Kajlich, Oliver Hudson, Price and Warburton gathered for their long-awaited curtain call. I love the audience, says Price. There is so much energy coming from them, and it feels like we are all in it together.
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"The mood was fantastic," says NCIS executive producer Shane Brennan of the March 4 return. Clearly! Mark Harmon and Cote de Pablo chuckle between takes.
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Meanwhile, Michael Weatherly hammed it up. Appropriately enough, in the first episode back - titled "Stakeout" - Weatherly delivers the line, "It feels like we've been sitting around doing nothing for months."
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On March 6, The Game's Wendy Raquel Robinson, Brittany Daniel and Tia Mowry congratulated themselves on a job well done.
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Meanwhile, Pooch Hall disobeyed the "no liquids" rule.
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Hall also found some time to offer Mowry encouragement before her first scene.