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    I liked it too. It was way better than Miami, but that's not saying much.

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    Only episode of CSI Miami I've ever seen was the crossover from Vegas that set up Miami's edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay
    The one character I may not like is Vanessa Ferlito. I hope she isn't there strictly for window dressing and only stands around pouting with those enormous lips.
    Watch it Jay, Vanessa is John's favorite actress. Not.

    I loved this show. Decided I had to skip CSI Miami this year, I just can't stand David Caruso. I'm much happier with the NY cast.
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    Count me in! Good start to the series so far.
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    I missed it! I'm sure Gary Sinise will be a great lead. I'll definitely check it out. Sorry to disagree with everyone, but CSI:Miami is one of my faves. I never miss it. Caruso's never been my favorite actor, but I really like "H". It seems they are putting in more character development this year, so far, also.

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    I finally got around to watching this last night. My wife really liked it, I was so-so. I'll give it a couple more shots, just because it's CSI and it's Gary Sinise, and it HAS to be better than Miami (right?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by John
    it HAS to be better than Miami (right?).
    I sure hope so!

    I haven't seen it yet either, but I'm hoping it's watchable since I love Gary Sinise. I'm sure I won't enjoy it as much as the original, though. But if it's somewhere in the middle of the 10 of CSI and the 1 of Miami I can at least keep it on the Tivo to do list.
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    I like all the CSI's....this one was really good too...I wasn't too sure they'd be able to pull another one off, but they did!
    I hope that they aren't pulling these story lines from real life...cause that is really disturbing....
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    The episode was awesome. I loved it.

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    I'll agree with everyone. I loved this show and this episode. Some very cool stuff. I really like how they are going with the washed out film look contrasted against CSI's dark, but full color look. It sets the two apart not only geographically, but look-wise as well. And it really reflects NYC's grubby, old school city feel, as opposed to Vegas' glitzy lights and mo' money feel.
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