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Tarantino and CSI
2/24/05, 7:25am
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I love this...if only CSI had a cable version, then Tarantino could REALLY shine! Anyway, here is the news from hollywoodreporter.com

"e-Quentin Tarantino has signed to direct the season-finale episode of primetime's most-watched series, CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Tarantino also has come up with an original story for the episode, which is expected to shoot in early April and air May 19, according to "CSI" executive producer Carol Mendelsohn.

Tarantino has long been a fan of the stylish forensic drama as series creator/executive producer Anthony Zuiker learned when he bumped into Tarantino at an awards show during "CSI's" first season. They have pursued him to direct an episode for some time, and after members of the "CSI" crew ran into Tarantino a few weeks ago while the show was doing some location shooting in Las Vegas, the stars finally aligned for him to helm the show's fifth-season closer, Mendelsohn said.

"He knows everything there is to know about 'CSI,' and he is into the whole mythology of 'CSI,' " Mendelsohn said. "Quentin came in a couple of weeks ago. We had a story meeting with the writers. He had a great idea, and it was so much fun to have him in the room. ... We are positively giddy."-quote&

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Re: Tarantino and CSI
2/25/05, 12:57pm
I'm new to this, therefore I do not know if this response is correct but here goes. I think Quentin would be great. I'm concerned that William Petersen does not seem to be as active on the show and his "partner", Marg Helgenberger has taken over the spot-light. Do you know any reason?

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2/26/05, 6:16am
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>I'm new to this, therefore I do not know if this response is
>correct but here goes. I think Quentin would be great. I'm
>concerned that William Petersen does not seem to be as active
>on the show and his "partner", Marg Helgenberger has taken
>over the spot-light. Do you know any reason?

THAT is hard to say! It boggles just what the producers are thinking at ANY time. I mean...now Kat and the Worf characters are flirting! Great show..full of surprises that's for sure!

Speaking of CSI, I just wanted to note that, I LOVE the Las Vegas version and I LIKE the New York version. But the Miami one seems just too "Cartoonish" for me. I have a very difficult time believing the main character is real.

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Re: Tarantino and CSI
2/28/05, 10:13am
>>I'm new to this, therefore I do not know if this response is
>>correct but here goes. I think Quentin would be great. I'm
>>concerned that William Petersen does not seem to be as
>active
>>on the show and his "partner", Marg Helgenberger has taken
>>over the spot-light. Do you know any reason?
>
>THAT is hard to say! It boggles just what the producers are
>thinking at ANY time. I mean...now Kat and the Worf
>characters are flirting! Great show..full of surprises that's
>for sure!
>
>Speaking of CSI, I just wanted to note that, I LOVE the Las
>Vegas version and I LIKE the New York version. But the Miami
>one seems just too "Cartoonish" for me. I have a very
>difficult time believing the main character is real.
>
I also LOVE the Las Vegas version, and I haven't had much opportunity to watch New York version. I have to say that the Miami version I have to watch because I am curious about David Caruso and what he is going to do with his life after the mistake he made with NYPD Blue. Well I guess you can now tell that I am a woman. I don't think that a MAN would be interested in this thought regarding the Miami version. However, I shall take more interest in the show itself and see if I also find it "cartoonish". BUT, always Las Vegas, the best.

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3/1/05, 5:26am
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>>>I'm new to this, therefore I do not know if this response
>is
>>>correct but here goes. I think Quentin would be great.
>I'm
>>>concerned that William Petersen does not seem to be as
>>active
>>>on the show and his "partner", Marg Helgenberger has taken
>>>over the spot-light. Do you know any reason?
>>
>>THAT is hard to say! It boggles just what the producers are
>>thinking at ANY time. I mean...now Kat and the Worf
>>characters are flirting! Great show..full of surprises
>that's
>>for sure!
>>
>>Speaking of CSI, I just wanted to note that, I LOVE the Las
>>Vegas version and I LIKE the New York version. But the
>Miami
>>one seems just too "Cartoonish" for me. I have a very
>>difficult time believing the main character is real.
>>
>I also LOVE the Las Vegas version, and I haven't had much
>opportunity to watch New York version. I have to say that the
>Miami version I have to watch because I am curious about David
>Caruso and what he is going to do with his life after the
>mistake he made with NYPD Blue. Well I guess you can now tell
>that I am a woman. I don't think that a MAN would be
>interested in this thought regarding the Miami version.
>However, I shall take more interest in the show itself and see
>if I also find it "cartoonish". BUT, always Las Vegas, the
>best.
>

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