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  • The second season of CSI was one of the best seasons of the show, though a lot of people have forgotten just how good it was

    • by Jenn Eblin
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      The second season of CSI was one of the best seasons of the show, though a lot of people have forgotten just how good it was. We’re now on season seven, and some people have a hard time remembering the earlier seasons. In season 2 we were treated to the beginning origins of the Grissom/Sara relationship, as well

      as giving us some back story into the characters’ personal lives. We discovered that Catherine had a personal connection to Sam, the casino magnet. We also saw Warwick end a potential relationship when he discovered the woman was a drug addict. We also saw him battle his own personal demons, of living in Las Vegas while dealing with ...

      • his own addiction to gambling.

        There were also a few touching scenes that seemed to set the stage for a relationship between Grissom and Sarah. If you were a fan of the couple, which I never was, you have to watch the season to notice some of those scenes. One in particular involves him telling her that he

        was interested in beauty ever since he met her. It also goes to great lengths to make viewers forget what happened when she was brought on the show. Though it was explained that Grissom knew her before, he suddenly seems to have never met her before.

        The season has its high and low points, but more high points than anything.




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