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    Didn't like the whole note thing. They are supposed to be so ever in love and she can't even tell him in person she leaves a note.
    Still glad she is gone from Gris's life but what a wuss way to go.

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    I love the episodes that have the lab geeks solving puzzles (all two of them), and I would definitely buy that board game.
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    I love the Lab Rats!!! More more more episodes about them and how the CSI's behave through labrat eyes.
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    This was the first episode I've enjoyed this season. I really do like the lab rats much better than the CSIs.

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    No Sara and more Wendy is always a good thing!

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    I was only half paying attention. It's not a smart thing to watch tv and do a lit review. So I was somewhat lost for about the first half hour. Regardless of that, I loved the attention focused on the lab.

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    "no sign of sexual trauma"
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    Poor Warrick...Who the heck is Tina, the girl he was talking to on the phone in the car...Is that his ex-wife?

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    Yeah that's his ex.

    I haven't missed a single episode, but damn, this episode made me feel like I have. All of a sudden Warrick goes rogue? What's up with that. At least we're not left hanging and there's a new episode next week.

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    There really wasn't enough lab rat action this episode. That's it. I'm spoiled. I want all lab rats, all the time.
    As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron. - H.L. Mencken .

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