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  • It was a quiet bit, but I found it to be endearing and very true to life
  • I also enjoyed Lindsay Pulsipher as Sally
  • I love her accent and she looks to have some real personality and could be a great addition if they actually write for her and give her some decent storylines

    • by Orrymain
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      CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Shock Waves picks up where last season ended, that being the shooting of Laurence Fishburne’s Dr. Raymond Langston. At the start, he’s being transported to the hospital where initially he’s fighting for his life. That really doesn’t last too long. He ends up assisting with the case via web cam pretty quickly.

      There is a shocking bombing at the funeral for the police officer killed in the


      same scuffle that landed Ray in the hospital. That was all in the teaser, too, so the show looked to be action packed and full of intensity and surprise.

      One of my favorite moments was a really nice conversation between Catherine and Nick about his talking to a psychiatrist. Catherine admits to having seen one herself. It was a quiet bit, but I found it to be endearing and very true ...


      • to life.

        Justin Bieber, the current teen idol rage, guest starred as Jason McCann. He really wasn’t in that much of it, but for what he did, he was okay. The door is open for a return visit as well based on what I saw.

        I also enjoyed Lindsay Pulsipher as Sally. However, the big hit was new series regular, Sienna Guillory, who portrays CSI Kacey Monahan. I love her accent

        and she looks to have some real personality and could be a great addition if they actually write for her and give her some decent storylines.

        Jorja Fox is back as a regular as well this year. I’m good with that as long as they don’t mess with the Grissom marriage. That would truly upset me if they did anything to that.

        Overall, the show had excitement and poignancy, so it made for good viewing.




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