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CSI's two-hour season finale buried the competition (read: The Donald) last night, averaging a killer 30 million viewers. The Quentin Tarantino-helmed episode in which George Eads' character got buried alive (hence my clever intro, above) crushed NBC's Apprentice climax, which came in a distant second from 9-10 pm. But as Trump will no doubt point out, The Apprentice remains the No. 1 TV show among unlikable adults age 32-33 with incomes between $123-$125K. Hey, it's something.