Does anyone know if this is going to be a new spin off of the series?
I ask because this past Thursday they aired an episode in which Det. Brass headed out to LA to help his wayward 'daughter' find a prostitute buddy of hers. CSI Warrick was in town to assist him, as well as new characters who were on the LA CSI Unit. They gave them real histories and it was super involved to have just been a normal episode. It definately seemed like a set up for a spin off show.
Personally, I think it's so soon for a spin off, since CSI:NY just started this season. They definately need more work on that series because the script writing is so-so and it has an air of predictability, at time. I was hoping they'd improve that one first.
I've checked a few places online, but never came up with an answer. So, I figured someone here woild know.
(edited by Ticamo on 23.4.05 2001)
OH Sugar-Honey-Iced-Tea!! CSI is a CBS show. My mind was on Las Vegas, the show on NBC.... Pardon me and that NBC logo there. sheesh!
(edited by Ticamo on 23.4.05 2002) Nick Rivers- Listen to me Hillary. I'm not the first guy who fell in love with a woman that he met at a restaurant who turned out to be the daughter of a kidnapped scientist only to lose her to her childhood lover who she last saw on a deserted island who then turned out fifteen years later to be the leader of the French underground.
Hillary Flammond- I know. It all sounds like some bad movie.
I think they did this episode as "filler" and to show more of the supporting cast for when Grissom is finally gone. Grissom has been less and less of the main focus as the time has gone along this season. Brass also hasn't had much in the way storyline in the past so he finally got "his" episode. The show worked for me and I liked the way it was left open at the end.
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Unfortunately, myself and Mrs. Tep weren't as impressed with the series as we were with the first two Blade movies. I don't think Sticky Fingaz was bad as a replacement of Wesley Snipes, but Snipes brought a bit more to the role (i.e. hair).