History Headscratchers / CSI

16th Nov '15 2:03:10 PM Sharlee
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** Presumably because the virtual version wasn't accurate enough for the databases to match it to the real version.
16th Nov '15 1:59:18 PM Sharlee
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** Alone, neither of those deaths would've seemed particularly unusual. It's the fact that two accidental deaths happened ''at the same time'' to people who lived together that made it seem like foul play.
16th Nov '15 1:54:13 PM Sharlee
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*** Reasonable course of action to take first, yes. ''Only'' course of action to even consider ''speculating'' about, until they've completely run out of adult suspects? Not so much; these people are supposed to be examining ''every'' hypothesis that's consistent with evidence, not just the ones that'll make for (yet another) ShockingSwerve of it turning out to be the kid.
29th Oct '15 5:01:55 AM catmuto
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** Chill, that is one of the most hated episodes to begin with, even by people who do not care or like that fetish. It was just a bad presentation of a fetish.
2nd Aug '15 1:43:28 AM erforce
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** Fun fact: The Tangiers was originally the name given to the casino run by the main protagonist in the Scorsese film ''{{Casino}}'' (and owned by the Mob). The film was a major influence on the creators of ''{{Series/CSI}}'' and hence the use of the same name is a definite {{Shout Out}}. Of course, setting episodes at the Tangiers also gives an excuse for Catherine to interact with Sam Braun, her relationship with him being something of an ongoing sub-plot.

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** Fun fact: The Tangiers was originally the name given to the casino run by the main protagonist in the Scorsese film ''{{Casino}}'' ''Film/{{Casino}}'' (and owned by the Mob). The film was a major influence on the creators of ''{{Series/CSI}}'' and hence the use of the same name is a definite {{Shout Out}}. Of course, setting episodes at the Tangiers also gives an excuse for Catherine to interact with Sam Braun, her relationship with him being something of an ongoing sub-plot.
2nd May '15 11:26:22 PM Pat4ever
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**** Having rewatched the episode, the "green tea" is completely related to the the rug which has the large letter T in green (lord knows why besides the fact that it shares the same pronunciation as the drink). Thus, this fully supports the psyhic being legitimate. Everything he called out was information that the public didn't know and he would have had no way of knowing without being a member of the investigation (which he wasn't); furthermore he fully predicts *future* events, not just ones that already happened. The episode never explains this or even his fate but we are left to assume he's dead.
15th Mar '15 5:19:03 PM nombretomado
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* Honestly, I'm a bit surprised nobody's mentioned this yet. Fur And Loathing is the only episode of any of the shows I've seen. I kind of liked it, but [[FurryFandom I'm sure some of you can guess why I'm writing this.]] I can't really even think how to start. Firstly, no, those suits trap enough heat already without being made of latex, let alone in NEVADA! Secondly, yes, a good majority of us demonstrate *some* interest in the sexual aspects, but 95/100 times costumes aren't involved, 99/100 times that's not the full extent of it, and it's definitely NOT the focal point of conventions. Third, I'm by no means a prude, and I'm kind of in that previously mentioned 5/100, but my god, why is this so squick-filled? If you're abusing a fetish to the point it disgusts people WITH THAT FETISH, there's a problem.

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* Honestly, I'm a bit surprised nobody's mentioned this yet. Fur And Loathing is the only episode of any of the shows I've seen. I kind of liked it, but [[FurryFandom [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom I'm sure some of you can guess why I'm writing this.]] I can't really even think how to start. Firstly, no, those suits trap enough heat already without being made of latex, let alone in NEVADA! Secondly, yes, a good majority of us demonstrate *some* interest in the sexual aspects, but 95/100 times costumes aren't involved, 99/100 times that's not the full extent of it, and it's definitely NOT the focal point of conventions. Third, I'm by no means a prude, and I'm kind of in that previously mentioned 5/100, but my god, why is this so squick-filled? If you're abusing a fetish to the point it disgusts people WITH THAT FETISH, there's a problem.
19th Sep '14 11:14:09 AM alienhunter
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* Did Kelly from Grave Danger really commit the crime she was in jail for or was she innocent like she said? For some reason have always wondered this.
* In "Kitty", they say that they've went through all of the databases and couldn't find anyone who looked like Kitty. But we later find out that Kitty is actually a virtual version of a real person, so why did the computer not recognize her then?



* Did Kelly from Grave Danger really commit the crime she was in jail for or was she innocent like she said? For some reason have always wondered this
24th Jul '14 12:36:47 AM Christy
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***Uh,yes she was. When Grissom goes to see Natalie at the prison/detention center(for her hearing) he finds her doing laundry(including working with Bleach) and she specifically states that this is a therapy to help her with her fear. I'm pretty sure she didn't fear laundry so it must have been the bleach. Additionally why would the presence of Bleach set her off if she didn't have a negative asociation with it? Unfortunately the show never seemed to explain exactly WHY the Bleach set her off in the first place.
5th Jun '14 7:56:56 PM Bootlebat
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* Did Kelly from Grave Danger really commit the crime she was in jail for or was she innocent like she said? For some reason have always wondered this
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