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    CSI: New York

    Anyone catch the premiere last night? I liked it. Gary Sinise was fabulous. Advice to David Caruso, watch Sinise to see a real actor perform.

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    Hey, Jay. I liked it, too. I never liked CSI Miami and the original CSI seemed to be running out of steam last season, so is going to be a great replacement. Gary Sinise is awesome.

    (Minor threadjack - I watched L&O afterwards, and Dennis Farina was great as Jerry Orbach's replacement. Pretty hot for an old guy, too.)
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    I watched as well, and I really liked the premiere episode. Sinise really made me feel what Mac Taylor felt in certain scenes. The episode was dark and Se7en-ish

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    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.

    PS to Jane : I'm glad Farina is an able replacement for Orbach, who was great. I will definitely check it out.

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    I loved the show last night!! I hear that CSI:NY is going to be more character driven.
    I got all sniffly when Taylor was at Ground Zero so sad - you just knew they had to acknowledge 9/11 in some way. Taylor is a sympathetic character and I look forward to getting to know him better. I thought Sinise and Kanakaredis worked well together - I've missed her since Providence went off the air.
    The whole premise of last night's show was down right creepy - if the writers are pulling this stuff from real life it makes it all the more creepy.
    I do have a few issues with the show last night though...
    why would the doctor 'start' with his intended victim? Wouldn't he have perfected his technique BEFORE trying it on his intended?
    And - as cool as the computer triangulation on the photograph was .. they entered Zoya's height as 5'9 - as it says in the report but she was in a crouch while she was blowing the kiss .. 2 feet of difference while making a triangulation could put them on the wrong street couldn't it?
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    absolutely amazing!!

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    great show! I had taped CSI:Miami and watched it just prior to watching the NY one (also taped). HUGE difference. Great acting, interesting story line (although the doctor that Gary went to a few times for his opinion looks mildly evil....I kept expecting their to be a twist and have the killer be him!).

    Duxxy: Good points on your quibbles. I didn't notice the height one, but was wondering why his first victim was his intended one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJane
    Hey, Jay. I liked it, too. I never liked CSI Miami and the original CSI seemed to be running out of steam last season, so is going to be a great replacement. Gary Sinise is awesome.

    (Minor threadjack - I watched L&O afterwards, and Dennis Farina was great as Jerry Orbach's replacement. Pretty hot for an old guy, too.)

    I never liked CSI Miami either and this CSI NY exceeded my expectations. Sinise plays a great character. I like the darker tones and dialogue as well. It's a great contrast to CSI Vegas.

    (Minor threadjack - I miss Briscoe )

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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.

    PS to Jane : I'm glad Farina is an able replacement for Orbach, who was great. I will definitely check it out.
    Yay, someone agrees with me. Those lips really bugged me last night
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJane
    Hey, Jay. I liked it, too. I never liked CSI Miami and the original CSI seemed to be running out of steam last season, so is going to be a great replacement. Gary Sinise is awesome.

    (Minor threadjack - I watched L&O afterwards, and Dennis Farina was great as Jerry Orbach's replacement. Pretty hot for an old guy, too.)
    I was very happy with Dennis Farina too. I am glad they didn't replace Lenny with a young guy.
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