Anyone Noticed a "Criminal Minds" element in CSI? (2 Viewers)

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riffjim4069

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Has anyone noticed the "Criminal Minds" element in CSI since Lawrence Fishburne joined the cast? Althought I have enjoyed the CSI genre for years (yes, we all know if it fantasy since real CSI's don't do 1/100th of the things they do on TV), I have to admit they have been getting old and stale the past year or two. I think the infusion of Fishburne and a "Criminal Minds" element of dealing with more sociopaths and serial killer types, is is big plus.

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A little. Haven't decided if I like LF yet in this role. CSI has gotten a little strange.

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To be honest, the writers started off in that direction but they are currently playing around trying to develop character relationships right now so I can certainly understand what you're saying. To be honest, I thought the Trekie convention episode a couple weeks back was very strange and LF hasn't been featured much the past two episodes. Also, I noticed he went from being a CSI newbie to a seasoned professional pretty darn quickly - a little too quick for my liking. Anyway, I love LF and I am sure he will do well once the writers figure out his role. In the meantime, I am sure a lot of people will find it hard to accept him replacing Grissom...but perhaps that's why they are breaking him in slowly.
 
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