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  • The whole thing ends up being a casino war, which is just so very stupid and boring
  • Gould is an excellent actor and he's pretty much the best thing about this hour which was otherwise ho hum and less than average
  • Oddly, watching the infamous Holly Madison as a pool patron who spots the shark and runs around trying to warn people was more interesting than most of the rest of the show

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      CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Pool Shark is the second episode of the current season. It is notable mostly for Liz Vassey’s appearance as ‘Lab Rat’ Wendy Simms. This is Vassey’s last show. Her option was not picked up so Wendy breaks Hodges’ heart and takes a new job in Portland where she gets to work in the field.

      For some reason, CBS has been downsizing a lot of shows, but it’s the women they’ve


      been getting rid of it. All of the moves have been very controversial, including this one and A.J. Cook’s firing from Criminal Minds. Personally, if CBS were a person, it would be an idiot.

      As for the episode itself, the premise surrounds the Golden Nugget pool which is inexplicably invaded by a shark who kills a woman named Desiree. They then autopsy the shark which dies because it’s not made to survive in pool water.


      • The whole thing ends up being a casino war, which is just so very stupid and boring.

        Laurence Fishburne’s Dr. Raymond Langston is back at work, using a cane, after his brush with death in prior episodes.

        The primary guest star is Elliot Gould who plays Earnest Boozell, the hotel and casino owner. He recognizes Catherine as Sam Braun’s daughter. Gould is an excellent actor and he’s pretty much the best thing about this hour which

        was otherwise ho hum and less than average.

        There was a minor scene towards the end that featured Amy Scott as a young Catherine Willows with Dwier Brown as a young Sam Braun and was somewhat intriguing, but only a little bit. Oddly, watching the infamous Holly Madison as a pool patron who spots the shark and runs around trying to warn people was more interesting than most of the rest of the show. She really wasn’t bad.




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