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  • I really liked the episode was witty, even funny, light and the pace was fast

    • by ashlee
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      While watching episode 4 of season 12 of CSI, it became very clear to me that the show is changing direction. At first it looked like the addition of Ted Danson in the role of DB Russell, the new shift supervisor allowed the show to be a little bit lighter, a little bit more fun and fresher. But it looks that the writing and the plotlines also follow this direction. Not only is the show bringing back the dynamic and movie-like quality

      it had in the first seasons, but it is actually becoming better than it had ever been.

      Two cases are investigated in the episode of CSI. One is an assassination attempt of the former mayor of Las Vegas at the opening of the mob museum in full view of the public. 4 rounds of shots have been fired but no one saw a thing. When the team walks out back, they find a dead security guard, which simultaneously intensifies the mystery and ...


      • gives them a clue as to the motive of the assassination attempt. The pressure is great because this is a high profile case.

        In the second case, a maid is found dead in the hotel suite. Someone has put a metal skewer through her eye socket. The immediate suspect: an arrogant Saudi prince who occupies the suite. Looking into the life of the maid suggests that she was not as good of an employee as she tried to appear.

        I really liked

        the episode was witty, even funny, light and the pace was fast. The show is very different with the departure of Langston. When he was the shift supervisor the show was a real drag. It was boring and depressing. When DB. Russell has replaced him the cases have attained a certain flair, certain elegance, like a well refined dance. The writers are doing a really good job with the new season and I can’t wait to see the next episode of CSI.




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