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    Quote Originally Posted by Trialia
    Hee. I run the fanlisting for FF5.

    And I will indeed! We get the new series of NY next week, too. W00t!
    Haven't seen NY S2 yet but Miami S4 and totally love it. They bring up things you'd never expect. You'll see.




    FF7 is my abs fave. Love the game, the movie, the book...
    FFX is great as well. I started a FF thread as well FF thread

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Ok I have a question about NY but I'll put it under spoiler cut just in case.

    Spoiler:
    When and how did Mac's wife die?

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Quote Originally Posted by Vicky
    Ok I have a question about NY but I'll put it under spoiler cut just in case.

    Spoiler:
    When and how did Mac's wife die?
    That's not a spoiler for anyone who has ever bothered to watch NY, but I'll cut my reply just in case.

    Spoiler:
    Claire, Mac's wife, was killed at Ground Zero on 9/11.

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    Teal'c Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    At last! A CSI thread!

    I'm gonna be really contraversial and say I like all three shows.

    Fave Characters: Greg Sanders (the geek shall inherit the earth!), Calleigh "Gun Girl" Duquesne (sigh...), and Det. Don Flack (I so want his leather coat...).

    Am I the only person here who's read all (so far) of the various CSI novels?

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    At last! A CSI thread!

    I'm gonna be really controversial and say I like all three shows.
    Actually, so do I.

    Fave Characters: Greg Sanders (the geek shall inherit the earth!), Calleigh "Gun Girl" Duquesne (sigh...), and Det. Don Flack (I so want his leather coat...).
    You have good taste, dude. But Stella's still my favourite from NY.

    Am I the only person here who's read all (so far) of the various CSI novels?
    Probably. I'm working on it. I've read all the Vegas and Miami ones, that's for sure.

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    I've only read the Miami novels. Well written imo.
    A Calleigh fan? God bless you, I love this girl!



    She has a great sense of humor but bad luck with men...

    Grego is just hilarious! Love his interaction with Cath.



    Flack is cool. Liked the actor in 'Crime Scene Lake Glory'.

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Calleigh's a sweetheart. I still 'ship H/C, but she's definitely my favourite Miami character.

    And the city! Man, I love it.

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    Teal'c Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Funny story - I've got several airsoft weapons, P90, SPAS-12 shotgun, Glock 17L, Beretta 93R etc. and in the CSI: Miami episode with the rooftop sniper (back in season one I think), when Calleigh was searching the suspects's house, I got a text message from a friend saying "What's Gun Girl doing in your bedroom?"

    Anyway, I just finished reading the latest CSI: Miami novel "Cult Following" by Donn Cortez, and although the writing stlye is different from Max Allen Collins' previous novels in the series, it was still very good. I had a good chuckle when Calleigh realises she's dealing with "the most dangerous kind of felon: a complete moron."

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    Funny story - I've got several airsoft weapons, P90, SPAS-12 shotgun, Glock 17L, Beretta 93R etc. and in the CSI: Miami episode with the rooftop sniper (back in season one I think), when Calleigh was searching the suspects's house, I got a text message from a friend saying "What's Gun Girl doing in your bedroom?"

    Anyway, I just finished reading the latest CSI: Miami novel "Cult Following" by Donn Cortez, and although the writing stlye is different from Max Allen Collins' previous novels in the series, it was still very good. I had a good chuckle when Calleigh realises she's dealing with "the most dangerous kind of felon: a complete moron."
    Lol...

    Ah, I don't think I've read that one. I haven't seen it in any of the shops 'round here.

    Wait... man, you live in Greenock? Is everyone stalking me? My boyfriend lives in Paisley. No wonder I'm paranoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    Funny story - I've got several airsoft weapons, P90, SPAS-12 shotgun, Glock 17L, Beretta 93R etc. and in the CSI: Miami episode with the rooftop sniper (back in season one I think), when Calleigh was searching the suspects's house, I got a text message from a friend saying "What's Gun Girl doing in your bedroom?"

    Anyway, I just finished reading the latest CSI: Miami novel "Cult Following" by Donn Cortez, and although the writing stlye is different from Max Allen Collins' previous novels in the series, it was still very good. I had a good chuckle when Calleigh realises she's dealing with "the most dangerous kind of felon: a complete moron."
    I've read the first 2 only. Actually they haven't released more here in Germany yet.
    Hey, played the PC games? Got all three.
    And Calleigh's 'Bullet Girl' btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenova Synthesis
    Hey, played the PC games? Got all three.
    I've got both the Vegas games, the Miami game is harder to find though.

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    Teal'c Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Quote Originally Posted by Trialia
    Lol...

    Ah, I don't think I've read that one. I haven't seen it in any of the shops 'round here.

    Wait... man, you live in Greenock? Is everyone stalking me? My boyfriend lives in Paisley. No wonder I'm paranoid.
    What part of Paisley? Not... *pauses for dramatic efect* Ferguslie Park, AKA The Feegee?

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    What part of Paisley? Not... *pauses for dramatic efect* Ferguslie Park, AKA The Feegee?
    *cackles* Nope. Thornly Park.

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    Teal'c Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Whew!

    I used to know a guy in the Feegee - they called him "The Feegee Ninja". He could've written volumes 3, 4 & 5 of "The Junior Anarchist's Cookbook", and (allegedly) almost shot down a police helicopter with a home made rocket propelled grenade...

    Long before you and I were born, others beat these benches with their empty cups,
    To the night and its stars, to the here and now with who we are.

    Another sunrise with my sad captains, with who I choose to lose my mind,
    And if it's all we only pass this way but once, what a perfect waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    Whew!

    I used to know a guy in the Feegee - they called him "The Feegee Ninja". He could've written volumes 3, 4 & 5 of "The Junior Anarchist's Cookbook", and (allegedly) almost shot down a police helicopter with a home made rocket propelled grenade...
    Heh. Sounds like a friend of mine from Gallowhill, actually. Too weird!

    Anyway, back on topic...

    Who's your favourite minor character?

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    Default Re: CSI LasVegas - Miami - NewYork

    Las Vegas Sofia (okay Hodges as well) and Miami Hagen. NY dunno.

    Wa, no forget! LADY HEATHER!!!


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    Thanks Trialia!!

    About CSI novels, I've read all of them! Love them all! Max Allan COllins is one of my gods!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicky
    Thanks Trialia!!

    About CSI novels, I've read all of them! Love them all! Max Allan COllins is one of my gods!
    Really? I view the CSI novels as officially-sanctioned fanfiction... because to be honest, I've read better. My friend VR Trakowski writes some brilliant CSI fic, for one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak
    Funny story - I've got several airsoft weapons, P90, SPAS-12 shotgun, Glock 17L, Beretta 93R etc. and in the CSI: Miami episode with the rooftop sniper (back in season one I think), when Calleigh was searching the suspects's house, I got a text message from a friend saying "What's Gun Girl doing in your bedroom?"
    Oughta get your hands on the real versions of some of those for some real fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenova Synthesis
    Las Vegas Sofia (okay Hodges as well) and Miami Hagen. NY dunno.

    Wa, no forget! LADY HEATHER!!!


    Ah yes. I've been a Melinda Clarke fan since her days on Solider of Fortune/SOF: Special Ops Force. Good actress, imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeloniousMonk
    Ah yes. I've been a Melinda Clarke fan since her days on Solider of Fortune/SOF: Special Ops Force. Good actress, imho.
    Hopefully she'll return as Lady Heather in S6. Read that somewhere.

    You guys ship for someone?

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