Sunday, January 07, 2007

David Caruso x A LOT

Caught this link on James Hudnall's blog... seven glorious minutes of David Caruso teaser punchlines from CSI MIAMI. Pull up a chair and enjoy the sunglasses!


Blogger -Keller said...

I've written a number of times in my blog on how awful this show has become. I've just linked this in as a perfect example of the David Caruso OCD glasses on/glasses off shtick. Thanks for the "heads up."


10:22 PM  
Anonymous Richard Brunton said...

It did used to be rather funny, but now it's just become glitz, glamour and silly one liners. As well as the glasses move.

It's not just that though, the whole show is filled with daft moments that make me laugh out loud.

Las Vegas is still the best CSI and they can't replace that show.

Still, credit to Caruso for earning a living from it.

1:07 AM  
Blogger -Keller said...

One of the worst aspects of the show in the past few years (since Speed was killed), is that they don't actually do any CSI work. Instead they find one clue and instead of running a test on it, they go to the obvious suspect and confront them. At that time the suspect confesses to everything.

I remember one episode where a woman was questioned about a dead body on a boat. She was connected through phone records and when confronted said something like, "Well sure we called the guy. We are looking to buy a boat and we answered his boat ad in the paper. He was asking too much so we dropped it." Calleigh then mentions that they found lipstick on a glass on the boat and the color looks the same as the lipstick the woman is wearing. This is pretty thin stuff; the color SEEMS to be the same?

Does the woman tell the CSI to stuff it? Does she ask for a lawyer? Does she say there are thousands of different colors of lipstick on the market? No, she says, "OK, we went to the boat and my boyfriend killed the guy." Say what????

1:14 PM  
Blogger Timewalker said...

The Carusobot reigns supreme!
Man, if I ever actually played along with the sunglasses on/off dirnking game, I would be soooo wasted.
I agree with Keller though, the sad thing is that is used to be good.

10:52 AM  

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