C.S.I. is an acclaimed, edgy, fast-paced drama series
about a passionate team of forensic investigators who work
the graveyard shift at the Las Vegas Criminalistics Bureau.
Their job - to find the missing pieces at the scene that will
help to solve the crime and vindicate those who often cannot
speak for themselves - the victims. Between the hidden clues
and the buried motives lies the trail to the truth because
people lie... but the evidence never does...
box set contains the first 12 episodes from Season 2 of the
series. There isn't a single bad episode in this collection,
all have their personal merits, but some of the better episodes
Slaves of Las Vegas sees the naked corpse of a young woman
is discovered in a playground sandbox but the scars on her
body lead the CSI team on a journey to the dark side - the
underground world of sadomasochism.
Then There Were None in which armed robbers, disguised
as women, knock over the high stakes table at a casino, leaving
one of their own dead at the scene. As more facts of the case
are revealed each new suspect turns up dead.
Doobie Doo sees CSI scouring a blood-splattered apartment
when the former tenant's story about his missing girlfriend
doesn't add up; meanwhile Nick and Catherine are confronted
with a scuba diver who is found dead in the top of a tree
- a murder or an urban legend-turned-fact? This episode has
some great humorous moments which plays on the old urban myth
of alligators in New York sewers.
series never patronises it's audience, but explains in layman's
terms how forensic examiners are able to piece together the
last moments of a victims life.
are plenty of extra little touches that give this series a
boost including nice intercut scenes of internal body parts
being pierced to show what may have happened at the time of
death. There are also some great flashback sequences which
show the audience the possible details of the events that
lead to a victims death and as new clues are unearthed these
scenes are reworked until we see what really happened. Also,
one episode ends with a CSI investigator, who was unable to
prove an innocent man did not commit a crime, with his blood
on his hands, which is a nice touch.
include The Who's music video of Who Are You,
the theme from the series; A walk through of the set; audio
commentaries on three of the episodes; and a general round
up documentary that looks at the make-up effects, music, and
the special visual effects.
fantastic collection of a great series.
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