History Series / CSIMiami

21st May '17 4:12:36 PM nombretomado
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''Series/{{CSI}}'' SpinOff, set in [[CaptainObvious Miami]]. Horatio Caine (played by David Caruso) takes the role of the guy spouting the QuipToBlack, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sarYH0z948 which he often does]] after [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceHnUrUAbho putting his sunglasses on]] - wonderfully parodied by WeeblAndBob [[http://www.weebls-stuff.com/wab/CSI/ here]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwGlL3hxaCY here]] by, of all people ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. Horatio differs from Grissom by being a [[{{Jerkass}} complete and utterly unrepentant]] dick, unless you're under 15 and/or a woman and/or have just survived a horrible crime -- in which case, he's your best and most compassionate friend (and your best line of defense if the bad guy comes back to get you).

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''Series/{{CSI}}'' SpinOff, set in [[CaptainObvious Miami]]. Horatio Caine (played by David Caruso) takes the role of the guy spouting the QuipToBlack, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sarYH0z948 which he often does]] after [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceHnUrUAbho putting his sunglasses on]] - wonderfully parodied by WeeblAndBob WebAnimation/WeeblAndBob [[http://www.weebls-stuff.com/wab/CSI/ here]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwGlL3hxaCY here]] by, of all people ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. Horatio differs from Grissom by being a [[{{Jerkass}} complete and utterly unrepentant]] dick, unless you're under 15 and/or a woman and/or have just survived a horrible crime -- in which case, he's your best and most compassionate friend (and your best line of defense if the bad guy comes back to get you).
3rd May '17 4:10:29 PM CombativeBoil
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InAWorld of nasty crimes, only one man can ensure that the women of UsefulNotes/{{Miami}} continue to be able to wear bikinis and sunbathe without corpses washing ashore. That man...

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InAWorld full of nasty crimes, only one man can ensure that the women of UsefulNotes/{{Miami}} continue to be able to wear bikinis and sunbathe without corpses washing ashore. That man...
28th Apr '17 11:18:50 PM foxley
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* ChuteSabotage: In "Terminal Velocity", the investigation into the death of a skydiver who had his control lines dissolved with acid uncovers a multitude of suspects when the team finds out he was a regular sperm donor.
22nd Apr '17 9:15:39 AM marcoasalazarm
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* SuicideByAssassin: The aforementioned computer billionaire up on "CoolGuns" gave one of his prototype guns to a former associate of his and asked him to kill him with it (as mentioned before, he was dying of cancer and the other executives all shown themselves to be corrupt enough to endanger people's lives by selling a weapon they knew was faulty), telling him that he would have all of his shares on the company (and thus would legally own it) as payment.
22nd Apr '17 9:10:29 AM marcoasalazarm
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* CoolGuns: Multiple murders were done with these on the series, but three separate episodes stand out because revolved around: a fictional {{Expy}} of the [[http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1643031-metal-storm-gun-fires-1-million-rounds-minute "Metal Storm"]] weapons system, a prototype rifle system with {{Roboteching}} bullets (that was developed for the U.S. military by a computer billionaire with his own pocket money--the rifle turned out to have severe flaws that would make it ''explode on the user's face'' if shot continuously (like, say, in any combat scenario) and that the billionaire could never fix... but his cut-throat executives decided to sell the gun anyway, using the fact that he was dying of cancer to wrestle control away from him) and the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot "Corner Shot" weapons system]] (used to kill an informant of the case of an evil biker group, and owned by the leader of said evil bikers).

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* CoolGuns: Multiple murders were done with these on the series, but three separate episodes stand out because revolved around: a fictional {{Expy}} of the [[http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1643031-metal-storm-gun-fires-1-million-rounds-minute "Metal Storm"]] weapons system, a prototype rifle system with {{Roboteching}} bullets (that was developed for the U.S. military by a computer billionaire with on his own pocket money--the rifle turned out to have severe flaws that would make it ''explode on the user's face'' if shot continuously (like, say, in any combat scenario) and that the billionaire could never fix... but his cut-throat executives decided to sell the gun anyway, using the fact that he was dying of cancer to wrestle control away from him) and the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot "Corner Shot" weapons system]] (used to kill an informant of the case of an evil biker group, and owned by the leader of said evil bikers).
22nd Apr '17 9:04:51 AM marcoasalazarm
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* CoolGuns: Multiple murders were done with these on the series, but three separate episodes stand out because revolved around: a fictional {{Expy}} of the [[http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1643031-metal-storm-gun-fires-1-million-rounds-minute "Metal Storm"]] weapons system, a prototype rifle system with {{Roboteching}} bullets (that was developed for the U.S. military by a computer billionaire with his own pocket money--the rifle turned out to have severe flaws that would make it ''explode on the user's face'' if shot continuously (like, say, in any combat scenario) and that the billionaire could never fix... but his cut-throat executives decided to sell the gun anyway, using the fact that he was dying of cancer to wrestle control away from him) and an informant of the case of an evil biker group that was killed with a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot CornerShot]] (that was owned by the leader of said evil bikers).

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* CoolGuns: Multiple murders were done with these on the series, but three separate episodes stand out because revolved around: a fictional {{Expy}} of the [[http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1643031-metal-storm-gun-fires-1-million-rounds-minute "Metal Storm"]] weapons system, a prototype rifle system with {{Roboteching}} bullets (that was developed for the U.S. military by a computer billionaire with his own pocket money--the rifle turned out to have severe flaws that would make it ''explode on the user's face'' if shot continuously (like, say, in any combat scenario) and that the billionaire could never fix... but his cut-throat executives decided to sell the gun anyway, using the fact that he was dying of cancer to wrestle control away from him) and an informant of the case of an evil biker group that was killed with a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot CornerShot]] (that was "Corner Shot" weapons system]] (used to kill an informant of the case of an evil biker group, and owned by the leader of said evil bikers).
22nd Apr '17 9:02:50 AM marcoasalazarm
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* CoolShades: Horatio Caine...[[GlassesPull *puts on shades*]] that is all.

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* CoolGuns: Multiple murders were done with these on the series, but three separate episodes stand out because revolved around: a fictional {{Expy}} of the [[http://www.scout.com/military/warrior/story/1643031-metal-storm-gun-fires-1-million-rounds-minute "Metal Storm"]] weapons system, a prototype rifle system with {{Roboteching}} bullets (that was developed for the U.S. military by a computer billionaire with his own pocket money--the rifle turned out to have severe flaws that would make it ''explode on the user's face'' if shot continuously (like, say, in any combat scenario) and that the billionaire could never fix... but his cut-throat executives decided to sell the gun anyway, using the fact that he was dying of cancer to wrestle control away from him) and an informant of the case of an evil biker group that was killed with a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CornerShot CornerShot]] (that was owned by the leader of said evil bikers).
* CoolShades: Horatio Caine... [[GlassesPull *puts on shades*]] that is all.
30th Mar '17 3:51:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* WholePlotReference: ''"Dude, Where's My Groom?"'' was explicitly inspired by ''TheHangover'', except BloodierAndGorier (naturally) and the groom might be dead. The commercial even uses a few lines from the film.

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* WholePlotReference: ''"Dude, Where's My Groom?"'' was explicitly inspired by ''TheHangover'', ''Film/TheHangover'', except BloodierAndGorier (naturally) and the groom might be dead. The commercial even uses a few lines from the film.
26th Feb '17 9:19:59 AM nombretomado
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** The Season 8 episode "Show Stopper" features a HannahMontana Expy.

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** The Season 8 episode "Show Stopper" features a HannahMontana Series/HannahMontana Expy.
24th Feb '17 11:06:32 AM Peridonyx
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