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The team is followed by a reality TV crew as it investigates the vicious rape of a real estate agent. Thanks to a video surveillance system, suspicion falls on someone taped entering the building and leaving flowers at the victims door, but forensics clears him. Suspicion then falls on the possibility that the perpetrator is a fireman when they find trace evidence of a fireman's uniform. Written by garykmcd

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9 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Not only was William Peterson opposed to and fought the spinoffs, he never starred in any of the spinoff episodes or their pilots. See more »

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Gil Grissom: There's too many forensics shows on TV.
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'Too Many Forensic Shows'
17 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of those annoying crime "investigator" shows is following the Las Vegas CSI around on a case as Gil and Catherine walk into a big hotel to check out a crime scene. Gil tells the cameraman, "There are too many forensic shows on TV."

That great line opens this episode. I am sure William Petersen enjoyed saying that line, as he was quoted years ago as being against a second CSI show, much less three, plus other copy- cat efforts on TV.

Anyway, the local CSI investigates after a seriously-wounded woman staggers out of a room, also the victim of some kind of date-rape assault in which she was tied up. Who did this? It doesn't help that the victim can't remember much expect that a fireman came to her door. That's the story for the episode. There are no secondary crime stories.

At first, I didn't the way they handled the filming, most of it through the lens of the tabloid- TV camera, which means just one straight-on angle, weaker sound than normal, etc. However, as it went on it served its purpose: providing something a little different. The flashlight-camera was kind of cool.

Humor was provided by the nerd-ish "Hodges," who mugged for the tabloid cameraman. Meanwhile, the case involves a guy with a "foot fetish." Man, these Las Vegas shows get weird at times.


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