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  • uncreativename
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    Pretty good episode last night — Marilu Henner was a great guest star. I’ve noticed the production values of the show are stepping up which is a great thing. I’m just a little worried that they’re going to fall into a rut with unoriginal cases.

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    Marilui Henner was good. I like how they are keeping some guest stars so in the background that you don’t even really notice them at first then bring them out when Carrie remembers them. 

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    Interesting episode of CSI! Sam Vega wasn’t in a lot of episodes but he was with the show from the beginning! He was familiar but not even occasional really.

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    Elisabeth Shue joins cast of ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ 

    Elisabeth Shue is joining the cast of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” as a series regular.

    The Oscar-nominated actress will be introduced on the Feb. 15 episode in her role as the newest investigator — who has just completed an anger management class and is rumored to have been fired by D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) when she worked for him in Seattle.

    “The first time, things didn’t go so well between the two of them,” said executive producer Don McGill. “Maybe the second time’s the charm, or not.”

    Shue’s film credits include “Leaving Las Vegas,” for which she earned an Oscar nomination, “The Karate Kid,” “Cocktail” and “Adventures in Babysitting.”

       http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2011/11/elisabeth-shue-joins-cast-of-csi-crime-scene-investigation.html

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    Graeme O’Neil
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    WHAAAA??????? Does this mean I have to start watching CSI now? Danson and Shue together? That’s freakin awesome.

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    So I guess she won’t be “Leaving Las Vegas” after all (: I think this will work out well.

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    Another one of the “why don’t you have a show” actresses with a dead movie carreer finally falls and gets her series. Although why not a new one if everybody has been apparently pursuing her for years?

    And like Ted Danson, why this and not something new and better? At least in Danson’s case he seems to be having the time of his life in Bored to Death, but if she’s been getting offers every season, Shue should’ve gone with a new show.

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    Elisabeth Shue should have won an Oscar for “Leaving Las Vegas”. If Susan Sarandon wasn’t so ridiculously overdue, I’m sure Elisabeth would have been an Oscar winner by now. As for her joining “CSI”, I’m sad. Another great actress (Sela Ward is another case) coming to “past its prime” procedural. Of course I get it. It’s better to come to a well-established show than make a pilot and wait if it’s getting picked up or not. But she’s better than this. Well, I guess I need to start watching “CSI” now…

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    Elisabeth Shue should have won an Oscar for “Leaving Las Vegas”. If Susan Sarandon wasn’t so ridiculously overdue, I’m sure Elisabeth would have been an Oscar winner by now.

    If Susan Sarandon wasn’t overdue, Meryl Streep would’ve won her thrid. Did you see Bridges of Madison County?

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    Yeah, I saw it. She was good but I’m not one her crazy fangirls so can think objectively. She wouldn’t have won. I know her fanboys want her to win the third one but Academy thinks otherwise. Time to give up, guys.

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    I don’t like the sound of the backstory on this. If Russell fired her before, why on earth would he rehire her now? Sounds like manufactured conflict.

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    Yeah, I saw it. She was good but I’m not one her crazy fangirls so can think objectively. She wouldn’t have won. I know her fanboys want her to win the third one but Academy thinks otherwise. Time to give up, guys.

    I’m not a fanboy. I think she had the best performance of the year.

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    I may tune into CSI to see what they do now that Elisabeth Shue is there — I know CBS tried to court her for the main character of “the Good Wife” so I’m sure they’re ecstatic to have her on board.

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    EPISODE 1×10 – “Trajectories”
    A second murder occurs at an active crime scene, and Carrie and Al try
    to determine if the crime was retribution or an unrelated attack
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    Discuss.

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    I may tune into CSI to see what they do now that Elisabeth Shue is there — I know CBS tried to court her for the main character of “the Good Wife” so I’m sure they’re ecstatic to have her on board.

    It’s just crazy that they are now going to have Ted Danson and Elisabeth Shue as the headliners for a procedural crime show that’s been on for over a decade.  

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