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  • It is a bit difficult to understand the story and, quite frankly- why should we, the audience, care when the characters are so boring and unappealing

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      CSI Season 4 Episode 3- Homebodies

      That was a very average episode, I did not think much about it. Some of it was just plain boring. So it was good, since the show is great, but compared to other episodes on the show, this one was a bit disappointing.

      Grissom and Warrick are called to investigate the


      murder of a woman found mummified in her own closet, while Sarah and Nick are called to look into an incident of breaking and entering, which ends up being a rape case. At first it looks like completely separate cases, until they begin to really investigate and find out (as usual) that the cases are ...

      • connected and the crimes might be committed by the same criminal.

        The team needs to investigate another bizarre case. A child finds a loaded gun in his back yard. It is the same gun that killed a famous bounty hunter. Catherine must find out how he was killed and who must have done it. But the

        evidence is not easy to decipher it. It is a bit difficult to understand the story and, quite frankly- why should we, the audience, care when the characters are so boring and unappealing. When you care about the characters, you want the answer to be found. Otherwise, you just want it to be over with.




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