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    Re: CSI: New York

    I'm a Skeet fan too. And his uncle is at the top of my list of athletes.
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    Re: CSI: New York

    From the CSI:NY Facebook page:

    CSI: NY will debut Ozzy Osbourne's new song on Wednesday, April 14th during a prison riot scene! "Well, now that’s something I know about," says Ozzy!!

    Ozzy song to have premiere on 'CSI:NY'; 'Dear John' DVD release set - USATODAY.com
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    Re: CSI: New York

    reminder: new episode tonight.
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    Re: CSI: New York

    Of course
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    So predictable and disappointing.

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    yuppers - another
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    I found the episode boring, I skipped the third segment, and I dont' think I missed anything pertinent.
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    I guess I'm the only one who enjoyed it, then? And who is excited to see what Shane Casey has planned next?

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    Re: CSI: New York

    Quote Originally Posted by anders332;3877607;
    I found the episode boring, I skipped the third segment, and I dont' think I missed anything pertinent.
    Agreed. You really didn't miss anything.

    I'm somewhat interested in what's going to happen next, but this episode was just so predictable.

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    Predictible and disappointing.....

    And may I add that the acting was horrible....worse than I've ever seen on this show, not that it's ever stellar, but at least entertaining.
    Hawkes was the worst. He looked like he was acting in a school play the way he was running and jumping from place to place.

    A real prison riot would have had him crapping his pants.

    BTW - pillow fights in prison????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiddler;3877652;
    I guess I'm the only one who enjoyed it, then? And who is excited to see what Shane Casey has planned next?
    You're not alone I actually really enjoyed the episode, and I usually don't like prison stories. I liked the whole redemption thing going on with his sister's killer. Just about the time I was totally trusting him, he stuck the bar in his pants and I thought, oh great, he was playing Hawkes all along...but then he came through in the end.
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    Prison dude was the only redeeming quality in that episode. and I like the warden too. I always find the guest stars are more intriguing than the regular actors - I CANNOT STAND Melanie K, and Hawke's actor was never great to begin with. And an episode without much Tag (Flack = he will always be Tag to me) just isn't right. But I've always loved Gary S.

    Plus they always spend way too much time showing them in the lab looking at specimens, or in this case using that machine thingy that enables them to enlarge documents. We get it, you have cool tools and you're trying to fill up the 45 minutes.....
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