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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It's a combination of the writers and Caruso's tendency to overact -- but, to their credit, the writers have written the character to play off Caruso's strengths as an actor. Horatio tends to be overemotional, Caruso overacts a little...Horatio seems to be everywhere, Caruso's fairly energetic on the screen.

    I think the most charitable thing that could be said about the contrast in main characters was that the producers decided that they wanted to make a complement to Griss -- a CSI for people who may or may not like the characters in Vegas.

    The other thing, though -- both shows do enough procedural stuff that if you're purely interested in the scientific/investigative aspects, you can still watch both of them and get enough of that.

    I've heard rumors of a CSI: New York, but I've also heard that NY wants it shot in New York. My SO remarked that there's an awful lot of people running around New York already acting like cops (all the L&O series, NYPD Blue, etc.) and I worry someday that there will be a terrible accident involving a lot of confused identities. (That, or else there'll be so many actors doing cop shows in NY that there will be shows about actors doing cop shows...)

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