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Did you watch CSI?

by Harry F (follow)
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CSI:Crime Scene Investigation was a TV series that dealt with forensic scientists solving crime cases with unusual deaths.

It became successful with two further spin-offs called CSI:Miami and CSI: New York.

I enjoyed watching the original series but wasn't fond of the two spin-offs.

Did you watch any of the franchised series?

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I have watched it (the original) but not really a fan. No idea why actually, as it should be my kind of thing but just didn't grab me...watched the Miami one for about 2 minutes and it was so bad I turned it off...
I've seen a few scenes here and there, but it isn't really my cup of tea. Not that fond of the characters, or the style.
I watched some of the first few seasons but lost interest.
No. There are too many crime investigation series if you ask me. I'd rather watch something a little less heavy.
Yes I watch it. I have all three disc sets at home. Love the original the most though. Best shows on earth followed by NCIS.
I've enjoyed ALL CSI's!

The only brickbats are for George Eads, Laurence Fishburne, & Marg Helgenberger. There was just something about those three that I couldn't take to!

Bouquets to Billy Petersen, Doc, Brass, Actress/Lady ?, Ted Danson.....CSI

Head of NYC, Robert Joy(pathologist with 'split glasses'), Eddie Cahill.......CSI:NYC

David ?, Calleigh, Oscar, young Hispanic actor 'killed off' in Series 1, female pathologist......,,CSI:Miami

Really enjoyed them when there was an 'ongoing plot line', eg creepy guy in CSI who was stalking the team.

When they'd really scary psycho's in a plot, sometimes they were difficult to watch, but that just means he/they were good actors/actresses.

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