When did this episode turn into 'Cold Case'?

When did this episode turn into 'Cold Case'?

Cary Ashby
Mar 29, 2010

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Tess

Cary,

Look what I just found. I am trying to recall it but can't right now. Maybe Bruckheimer would listen to you if you suggested our plan~!!! haha

http://www.poobala.com/csinyandc...

Tess

At least they stopped showing Lilly looking at pics of the victims before dozing off for the night and having nightmares about them. I love her character and that kind of made me think she was a bit disturbed.

Another non dating professional is Benson on SVU. I think not only her past but her professional life makes her someone hard to get close to. Another sad one, because she really would make someone a good partner.

How about this for a crossover~~ CSI Vegas is solving a current case and it leads to a cold case. Meanwhile, Cold Case is looking at the same case. They accidently meet up at the scene and take it from there.

Let's have Nick and Lilly head out together to follow a lead and end up stranded over night. The passion begins.... Then maybe John Finn and Catherine hit the streets for evidence and action. Both of them could use it.

Or maybe Kat Miller could have a past with our new Dr Raymond...... seems they like to put pasts into the mix for crossovers.

Watch the CSI tomorrow or DVR it? I can't decide which is better. I DVRd the final Boston Legal. Although it was not as good as I hoped, it was a stupid-silly-funny as it normally is.. but I was sad to see it go.

Cary

Some of your feedback was hysterical. I especially loved your response to "Since when did Grissom start visiting closed door nightclubs?" — "Looking for memories of Lady Heather? :)" LMAO!

I definitely see a "CSI"/"Cold Case" crossover happening. Lilly deserves a great guy for a change; Nick would be a SIGNIFICANT upgrade. She always gets the creeps — or at least ones who give me the creeps.

In fact, the "Cold Case" writers should treat Lilly as "CSI" did Grissom for years, as a professional who doesn't date. Their attempts at romance have been a struggle, to be kind.

But could you imagine the storyline and dialogue possibilities? I think it would be better than the "Without a Trace" one that had such a weak second half.

Tess

I don't watch Idol (gee I sound like Hodges) so I did not notice that.

• Where is Grissom? I hope I won’t be finding myself saying this weeks from now. … me too. But I have a positive outlook. I think the Dr. Ray will be a good fit.

• Hodges so didn’t get Grissom’s sarcasm. What is it with him? I swear he is attracted to Grissom all of a sudden. Something is strange.

• What’s with the history lesson on Vegas’ “first integrated nightclub”? (Cary later in the show: “Ahhh…”)This spin was a fun twist. I knew Sam would have been mentioned.

• Grissom (about nightclub owner’s offer to joining her for drink): “I can’t. I’m working.”
Nightclub owner: “You can watch me drink.”
What book of Hollywood cliche quotes did they pull that tired line out of? (Insert Cary almost hurting himself rolling his eyes.)Yeah, let's get a new line. How about something a bit more fun!

• Squatter: “I did it. You got me.” I’m not buying that for a second. I immediately thought he was talking about the murder from 50 yrs ago. A bit creepy.

• Since when did Grissom start visiting closed door nightclubs? Looking for memories of Lady Heather? :)

• What fantastic cameos — John Walton and Benson! That was interesting. I have seen Benson pop up occasionally but not Walton. Makes you wonder where they have been and why they aren't used for more pop ups.

• I remained stunned the CSIers pick up evidence at a crime scene without photographing it first. That ALWAYS takes me out of the show momentarily.
Getting sloppy. Used to take a million pics.

• “A white woman could get away with murder, but she couldn’t love a black man.” A smidge surprised they could even say that.

• Is it just me or did this episode take a turn somewhere and become “Cold Case”? Now that I’m writing that, THAT would be a supercool crossover. What do you think? Others in the past couple weeks have been cold case files oriented. I guess they are looking for new ways to get attention of the fans. I think Criminal Minds just did it.

A crossover of CC and CSI would be great. Maybe Lilly could hook up with Stokes (Eads). They both need love desperately. (Or something of the sort). I think Philly should take their show to Vegas. It would be a good match up. Great idea Cary, why don't you call Bruckheimer?

• Only Grissom could go broke buying cadavers and dead pigs. What? No beetles or bugs?

• Catherine: “See … (you have) a work family at least.”
Grissom: “Yeah. Maybe it’s time to up the ante.”
See? Maybe my wild idea about Grissom’s desire to ride off happily ever after into the sunset wasn’t so far-fetched after all… I know, I am beginning to believe you. A life with Sara and some kids? Please not Lady Heather.

I guess tomorrow will tell all...........

• Did you notice that even the "CSI send-up of "American Idol" ("Overnight Sensation") had the neon blue color scheme to it? • "I can't take this!" Boo-hoo, you crybaby. Get off the stage. • Catherine: "Everybody wants to be them." (Sadly, yes, some people.) Coroner: "Perverted idol worship." — exactly! That says so much about our culture. • The executive producer is an uncaring so-and-so: A suspect, maybe? • Where is Grissom? I hope I won't be finding myself saying this weeks from now. … (Laurence Fishburne in a later commercial: "I'm Dr. Raymond Langston." A name — finally!) • Hodges: "I don't know why anybody watches that show." Truer words were never said. • The producer is our suspect — Ashby from downtown! • Hodges so didn't get Grissom's sarcasm. • What's with the history lesson on Vegas' "first integrated nightclub"? (Cary later in the show: "Ahhh...") • Grissom (about nightclub owner's offer to joining her for drink): "I can't. I'm working." Nightclub owner: "You can watch me drink." What book of Hollywood cliche quotes did they pull that tired line out of? (Insert Cary almost hurting himself rolling his eyes.) • Greg: "You know I have a glitter fetish, don't you?" Too much information, dude! • I knew there was somebody still there in the nightclub! • Squatter: "I did it. You got me." I'm not buying that for a second. • After seeing the aforementioned "CSI" commercial: What will make Grissom leave? I have no idea. (But that hasn't stopped me from throwing out some possibilities. Check out the end of my Nov. 7 blog if you're curious.) • Since when did Grissom start visiting closed door nightclubs? • What fantastic cameos — John Walton and Benson! • I remained stunned the CSIers pick up evidence at a crime scene without photographing it first. That ALWAYS takes me out of the show momentarily. • Grissom: "Why didn't you call for help?" That's what I've been saying in this blog for months! • "A white woman could get away with murder, but she couldn't love a black man." • Is it just me or did this episode take a turn somewhere and become "Cold Case"? Now that I'm writing that, THAT would be a supercool crossover. What do you think? • Only Grissom could go broke buying cadavers and dead pigs. • Catherine: "See … (you have) a work family at least." Grissom: "Yeah. Maybe it's time to up the ante." See? Maybe my wild idea about Grissom's desire to ride off happily ever after into the sunset wasn't so far-fetched after all…