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  • As much as some of us consider ourselves to be pack rats, hoarders literally pile up their homes with just about anything to the point that you can barely walk through them
  • However, it does exist and that for me made this show one of the most interesting of the season for a show that has failed to excite for most of this year
  • I enjoyed the mention of Grissom at the end, and I really didn't miss that there was absolutely no Catherine in this hour

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      CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: House of Hoarders took a look at something that is getting a lot of attention in today’s world, and that is the topic of hoarders. Hoarders are essentially those who cannot throw anything away. As much as some of us consider ourselves to be pack rats, hoarders literally pile up their homes with just about anything to the point that you can barely walk through them.

      At the beginning


      of this episode, the CSIs encounter a hoarder. They have a hard time getting inside and processing the body that has been found there. It’s really hard for some people to imagine the sickness that hoarding is, especially with people who appear outwardly to be absolutely fine. However, it does exist and that for me made this show one of the most interesting of the season for a show that has ...

      • failed to excite for most of this year.

        One of the neat parts of the hour was the surprising conflict between Sara and Nick, which seemed to come out of nowhere. However, there is a reason for it which is explained later and which is resolved between them. What made it exciting though is that there has been a real lack of interaction and emotion between the characters in my view. It’s

        good to have just a little dissension, some difference of opinion, and some pizzazz from time to time. That’s what we got this week.

        I enjoyed the mention of Grissom at the end, and I really didn’t miss that there was absolutely no Catherine in this hour. I loved that this was a standalone plot as well. I’m a little sick of the deviant serial killer stories that last all season and maybe longer.




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