This show follows the nights of the detectives working at the Las Vegas Police Department Crime Scene Investigations bureau. Being the second busiest crime lab in America, CSI officers use the best scientific and technical methods to solve puzzles and catch criminals.
Brace yourself for a killer season.
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The TV channel Sky Living (UK and Ireland), in later re-runs, as is common with the other UK broadcasters of CSI: Miami and CSI:NY, generally edit certain scenes throughout the entire run to remove many of the visually graphic shots, and certain dialogue - most obvious during crime scene, autopsy, the crime "flashback" and theories, resulting in abrupt dialogue pacing changes, and changes in the music. Also, as with CSI: Miami and CSI:NY, entire episodes have been skipped from broadcast, likely due to the underlying episode story. This is partly due to different broadcast standards of graphic content in the UK, and to enable the series to be re-run in early morning, daytime and early evening timeslots, as the episodes still work with the light edits as investigations. See more
"The CSI Effect": While often the science and technology portrayed in the series (as well as the other CSI series) is accurate or mirrors sound scientific principle, there have been times when methods have led to results simply not possible in the real world. See more
We're mid-case. Why do we have to do this now?
Well, unless I get these evaluations in, I'll be written up.
My goals... all right, for starters, I'd like two consecutive nights off. I would like to cut my triples down to 10 instead of the usual 20, and I would love to find a reliable babysitter so I could have myself some kind of a personal life.
You don't have a personal life?
Write this down: I haven't had sex in six - no, seven months.
How can I help?
[Her eyes widen
You. Advance, I mean.
Due to rights issues at the time of release, the R2 (Europe/UK) and R4 (Australia) DVD releases of Season 1 have The Who
music replaced by an original theme from John M. Keane
. The Who are still credited in the closing credits. See more
Who Are You
Written by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who See more