CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Season 7, Episode 12

Sweet Jane (18 Jan. 2007)

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The C.S.I. team doesn't know what to make of their new member (Schreiber), who joins them in the hunt for a serial killer, active since the 1970's.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gil Grissom (credit only)
Dr. David Lowry
Detective Paul Browning
Mr. Sorensen


The C.S.I. team doesn't know what to make of their new member (Schreiber), who joins them in the hunt for a serial killer, active since the 1970's.

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Stop the hysteria, Petersen rules but Schreiber's not bad
9 March 2007 | by (Venezuela) – See all my reviews

Stop being hysterical. Yes, Petersen is great, I love Grissom too. Don't'worry, he's not going anywhere. Schreiber did a great job on this episode: It was nice to see him kinda blue, melancholic like he really cared for these girls. He portrayed this feeling very well. I know that Gil is more distant; that's why I like him, for being such a weird robotic genius, quite a character... That's his thing (one of many), he doesn't know quite well how to relate to other human beings. Anyway, Gil's gonna come back, the few episodes we get to see with this guy will be interesting and he'll probably end up dying in such a way that Gil himself will have to figure it all out. It will probably be sad too and you'll feel sorry for him and all. Lighten up and enjoy the small quirks. Somedays is nice to eat something sweet, sometimes something salty, spicy too... it would be boring to eat the same thing everyday, wouldn't it?

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