History Franchise / CSIVerse

17th May '15 9:24:09 PM Lanthorn
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* ''Series/{{CSI}}'' 2000-

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* ''Series/{{CSI}}'' 2000-2000-2015
25th Mar '15 3:09:37 PM MarkLungo
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25th Mar '15 2:42:36 PM MarkLungo
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-->''[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall Beautiful people doing high-tech crime work? Might be a series in that]].''

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-->''[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall ->''"[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall Beautiful people doing high-tech crime work? Might be a series in that]].''"''



Welcome to the United States of America, but not quite as you know it. In this world, forensic investigators have cool gadgets, look gorgeous and are allowed to conduct entire criminal investigations on their own. Crimes are solved far quicker than in your world, with snazzy flashbacks and re-enactments. Did I mention that lab work is done to funky music?

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Welcome to the United States of America, but not quite as you know it. In this world, forensic investigators have cool gadgets, look gorgeous and are allowed to conduct entire criminal investigations on their own. Crimes are solved far quicker than in your world, with snazzy flashbacks and re-enactments. Did I we mention that lab work is done to funky music?
music, with {{Real Song Theme Tune}}s by Music/TheWho?
24th Oct '14 2:41:17 PM SilentHunterUK
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The setting of five TV shows thus far:

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The setting of five six TV shows thus far:


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* ''Series/CSICyber'' 2015-
21st Oct '14 7:39:06 AM majohe
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** Averted for the most part in the spinoffs, as the characters actually ''are'' full-fledged cops or FBI agents. However one ''Series/CsiNy'' episode had Mac do a technical one of these when he follows his stalker to Chicago, and tries to throw his badge to get into the Tribune building. Chicago PD had to remind him that badges only work in their jurisdiction and he had no power in Chicago.

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** Averted for the most part in the spinoffs, as the characters actually ''are'' full-fledged cops or FBI agents. However one ''Series/CsiNy'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' episode had Mac do a technical one of these when he follows his stalker to Chicago, and tries to throw his badge to get into the Tribune building. Chicago PD had to remind him that badges only work in their jurisdiction and he had no power in Chicago.
30th Oct '13 11:31:04 PM SuddenFrost
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* ''Series/CsiNy'' 2004-2013

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* ''Series/CsiNy'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' 2004-2013
7th Aug '13 12:07:25 PM StarSword
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* ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' 2004-

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* ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' 2004-''Series/CsiNy'' 2004-2013


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* NoBadgeNoProblem:
** The original ''Series/{{CSI}}'' gets {{Flanderiz|ation}}ed into this in parodies but it's not as prevalent as it's made out to be. While the [=CSIs=] tend to do things that the police would be the ones to do in real life (like interviewing suspects or capturing them, though the latter tends to happen only when someone they plan to just speak to runs away), Grissom often reminds civilians he isn't a cop, and at one point was told to leave the scene by Brass when it became apparent that a suspect was still there.
** Averted for the most part in the spinoffs, as the characters actually ''are'' full-fledged cops or FBI agents. However one ''Series/CsiNy'' episode had Mac do a technical one of these when he follows his stalker to Chicago, and tries to throw his badge to get into the Tribune building. Chicago PD had to remind him that badges only work in their jurisdiction and he had no power in Chicago.
5th May '13 9:54:08 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''Series/CsiNy'' 2004-

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* ''Series/CsiNy'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' 2004-
6th Mar '13 6:41:00 AM StarSword
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[[index]]



* ''CSIMiami'' 2002-2012
* ''CSINewYork'' 2004-

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* ''CSIMiami'' ''Series/CSIMiami'' 2002-2012
* ''CSINewYork'' ''Series/CsiNy'' 2004-




The Verse contains examples of:
* FairCop and HotScientist- virtually every regular qualifies in one or both of these categories. There's probably someone there for everyone's taste.

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\nThe [[/index]]

!!The
Verse contains examples of:
* FairCop and HotScientist- HotScientist: virtually every regular qualifies in one or both of these categories. There's probably someone there for everyone's taste.



* {{Narm}}- '''[[CSIMiami YEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!]]'''
6th Jan '13 3:15:11 PM EarlOfSandvich
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-->''[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall Beautiful people doing high-tech crime work? Might be a series in that]].''
-->-- ''Series/{{CSI}}'', "Two and A Half Deaths"

Welcome to the United States of America, but not quite as you know it. In this world, forensic investigators have cool gadgets, look gorgeous and are allowed to conduct entire criminal investigations on their own. Crimes are solved far quicker than in your world, with snazzy flashbacks and re-enactments. Did I mention that lab work is done to funky music?

May you die in a interesting way and leave a beautiful (or horribly mangled, whichever works) corpse.
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The setting of five TV shows thus far:
* ''Series/{{CSI}}'' 2000-
* ''CSIMiami'' 2002-2012
* ''CSINewYork'' 2004-
* ''Series/ColdCase'' 2003-2010
* ''Series/WithoutATrace'' (seriously) 2002-2009

The Verse contains examples of:
* FairCop and HotScientist- virtually every regular qualifies in one or both of these categories. There's probably someone there for everyone's taste.
* ForensicPhlebotinum
* QuipToBlack
* RustproofBlood
* {{Narm}}- '''[[CSIMiami YEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!]]'''
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