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Kokuten
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Nov-09-04, 00:13 AM (EST)
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"on the recent CSI pieces."
 
   I've been watching CSI recently, since a Romantic Interest of mine is actually working on a career as a forensic investigator, and I'm retroactively impressed at how bang-on the characterizations of the CSI people were.

I'm also fairly shocked that a recent TV series can actually hold my interest, but that's a matter for another board.

Wonderful job bringing the CSI folks onboard, I look forward to seeing them put to use, when_ever_ their time is due.

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  RE: on the recent CSI pieces. Mephronmoderator Nov-09-04 1
     RE: on the recent CSI pieces. Wedge Nov-09-04 2
         RE: on the recent CSI pieces. Gryphonadmin Nov-09-04 3
             RE: on the recent CSI pieces. Wedge Nov-09-04 4

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Mephronmoderator
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1. "RE: on the recent CSI pieces."
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   >I've been watching CSI recently, since a Romantic Interest of mine is
>actually working on a career as a forensic investigator, and I'm
>retroactively impressed at how bang-on the characterizations of the
>CSI people were.

Thank Gryph, Ard and Chad for that - I got into CSI based on their commentary, and now it gives me something to do for two hours a night besides plot and play City of Heroes. (...it's on Spike TV from 7 PM to 9 PM. In case you were thinking something depraved.)

>I'm also fairly shocked that a recent TV series can actually hold my
>interest, but that's a matter for another board.

William Peterson brought together a significantly interesting bunch of actors, all of whom make their characters feel 'real', which is a good part of it - there ARE people like Gil Grissom out there, people like Sara, and like Cath and Warrick and Nick...

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Wedge
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Nov-09-04, 04:17 PM (EST)
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2. "RE: on the recent CSI pieces."
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   >>I've been watching CSI recently, since a Romantic Interest of mine is
>>actually working on a career as a forensic investigator, and I'm
>>retroactively impressed at how bang-on the characterizations of the
>>CSI people were.
>
>Thank Gryph, Ard and Chad for that - I got into CSI based on their
>commentary, and now it gives me something to do for two hours a night
>besides plot and play City of Heroes. (...it's on Spike TV from 7 PM
>to 9 PM. In case you were thinking something depraved.)

We're perversely proud of having driven Gryph from never having seen the show to owning the first three seasons on dvd inside of a month. (Which is meant as a comment on the show, not Gryphon :)

Anyway, it's science geeks fighting crime. What's not to love, and what better place for them than New Avalon?



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Gryphonadmin
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3. "RE: on the recent CSI pieces."
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   >We're perversely proud of having driven Gryph from never having seen
>the show to owning the first three seasons on dvd inside of a month.
>(Which is meant as a comment on the show, not Gryphon :)

Actually, it took more than a year, measured from the time when discussions of the show started cropping up in the lab channel. I really have to be motivated to get arsed to watch anything on network TV nowadays, let alone borrow from it. (Or cable, come to that. I never have watched Stargate SG-1, despite several Suspects being deeply, inscrutably into it. I'll probably watch the new Battlestar Galactica series, though. I liked the pilot.)

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Wedge
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Nov-09-04, 04:33 PM (EST)
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4. "RE: on the recent CSI pieces."
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   LAST EDITED ON Nov-09-04 AT 04:33 PM (EST)
 
>>We're perversely proud of having driven Gryph from never having seen
>>the show to owning the first three seasons on dvd inside of a month.
>>(Which is meant as a comment on the show, not Gryphon :)
>
>Actually, it took more than a year, measured from the time when
>discussions of the show started cropping up in the lab channel.

Oh, sure. I was just going from 'First TiVo' to 'Season 3 Set'. Everything before that was just setup. :)



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