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  • Jack who seems hardheaded and boring on the other show looks dashing and adventurous when compared to Gil and the two fight against each other in a verbal way as the show progresses

    • by Julianne Jones
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      This was a really excellent episodes of CSI because it featured a crossover with their sister show Without A Trace. Jack Malone from that show comes to Las Vegas to investigate a case that he thinks is related to a disappearance he investigated years ago.

      A child went missing and he thinks that child may have been found.


      He ends up butting heads with Gil because the two men are extremely different in what they want or need from a case.

      The rest of the characters really take a backseat as the focus is on the two main characters from each show.

      Jack who seems hardheaded and boring on the other show looks dashing and adventurous ...


      • when compared to Gil and the two fight against each other in a verbal way as the show progresses.

        I didn’t see this episode when it first aired and that makes me a little sad because it was such a great one.

        I’ve always loved Gil on CSI, but seeing him going up against Jack was really great.

        Jack

        ends up looking like the better character, which is funny because I’ve never been a big fan of his in the past.

        The episode also ends on a sour or sad note, which is nice to see because CSI tends to end most episodes with a happy ending.

        It shows that the writers were aware of how the other show operates.




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