History YMMV / CSI

19th Jan '16 10:59:59 AM nombretomado
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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "Too confusing for the average viewer". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre. [[note]] ABC's decision to pass on CSI was one of the factors in Disney's second management shift in 2005. [[/note]]

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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "Too confusing for the average viewer". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} Creator/{{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre. [[note]] ABC's decision to pass on CSI was one of the factors in Disney's second management shift in 2005. [[/note]]
15th Jan '16 1:10:09 AM Anddrix
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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "[[ViewersAreMorons Too confusing for the average viewer]]". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre. [[note]] ABC's decision to pass on CSI was one of the factors in Disney's second management shift in 2005. [[/note]]

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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "[[ViewersAreMorons Too "Too confusing for the average viewer]]".viewer". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre. [[note]] ABC's decision to pass on CSI was one of the factors in Disney's second management shift in 2005. [[/note]]
15th Oct '15 1:35:30 PM jameygamer
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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "[[ViewersAreMorons Too confusing for the average viewer]]". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre.

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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: {{ABC}} turned the series down with the excuse of it being, "[[ViewersAreMorons Too confusing for the average viewer]]". Of course, it became a smash hit for {{CBS}} and the start of the ForensicDrama genre. [[note]] ABC's decision to pass on CSI was one of the factors in Disney's second management shift in 2005. [[/note]]
15th Oct '15 1:26:43 PM jameygamer
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** When Grissom returned in a guest spot in Season 11, and the rumours that he'll be back in Season 12 for Catherine's exit. Although he didn't return, the PTBs feared it would take too much focus off Catherine.

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** When Grissom returned in a guest spot in Season 11, and the rumours that he'll be back in Season 12 for Catherine's exit. Although he didn't return, the PTBs [=PTBs=] feared it would take too much focus off Catherine.Catherine.
** He DID return for the two-hour series finale in 2015.
27th Sep '15 8:27:03 PM HamburgerTime
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** [[Film/{{Avatar}} Norm]] was the killer (sort of) in "Dog Eat Dog." The best example, however, is Eric Stonestreet as Ronnie Litra, the lab's questioned documents expert, who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared without explanation]] around the middle of Season 4... and is now quite famous as [[Series/ModernFamily Cameron]].

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** [[Film/{{Avatar}} Norm]] was the killer (sort of) in "Dog Eat Dog." The best example, however, is Eric Stonestreet as Ronnie Litra, the lab's questioned documents expert, who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared without explanation]] around the middle of Season 4... and is now quite famous as [[Series/ModernFamily Cameron]].Cameron Tucker]].



* TheWoobie: All of the main cast have their moments, but Nick, Greg and arguably Sara get hit with it the most.

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* TheWoobie: All of the main cast have their moments, but Nick, Greg and arguably Sara get hit with it the most.most.
** Heather in the GrandFinale. Having already lost her daughter to a crazed Neo-Nazi, [[spoiler: she loses her little granddaughter to a random accident, shuts down both her therapy practice and her fetish club out of grief, is framed for multiple murders by a [[StalkerWithACrush crazed stalker]], and finally, at the very end, [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy lets the man she loves go]]]]. One legitimately worries that she has nothing left in her life at all, especially since she's attempted suicide before.
17th Aug '15 9:16:49 AM tvinsomne
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* {{Anvilicious}}: The episode centered around internet bullying, though possibly a case where this [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped needs to be brought to the public eye]] but it does get a bit egregious when Nick basically tries to say anyone who ever looked at the mocking videos, even if they did nothing about it or thought it was in bad taste, deserved to be put to the court system.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: The episode centered around internet bullying, though possibly a case where this [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped needs to be brought to the public eye]] but it does get a bit egregious {{egregious}} when Nick basically tries to say anyone who ever looked at the mocking videos, even if they did nothing about it or thought it was in bad taste, deserved to be put to the court system.
28th Jun '15 11:48:45 AM Discar
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** [[Film/{{Avatar}} Norm]] was the killer (sort of) in "Dog Eat Dog." The best example, however, is Eric Stonestreet as Ronnie Litra, the lab's questioned documents expert, who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared without explanation]] around the middle of Season 4... and is now quite famous as [[ModernFamily Cameron]].

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** [[Film/{{Avatar}} Norm]] was the killer (sort of) in "Dog Eat Dog." The best example, however, is Eric Stonestreet as Ronnie Litra, the lab's questioned documents expert, who [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared without explanation]] around the middle of Season 4... and is now quite famous as [[ModernFamily [[Series/ModernFamily Cameron]].
28th Jun '15 10:57:49 AM chicagomel
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* MisaimedMarketing: The kids' science sets, even though the age range is tweens and teens, probably counts. Also the Club CSI chapter books.
26th Jun '15 10:39:48 PM HamburgerTime
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* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Being that the show is set in "Sin City," the victims and killers are frequently just as evil as the other. For example, the secondary crime in the very first episode featured a man who killed his slovenly, drug-addicted cousin who'd been mooching off him for three years. Can you truly say ''anyone's'' in the right in a situation like that?
21st Mar '15 3:37:01 PM LaptopGuy
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* JustHereForGodzilla: Many people tuned in to see the season 11 episode "Targets of Obsession" just to watch Justin Bieber's character get shot to death.
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