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By Carolina
April 12, 2005 - 12:36 AM

Hello World!

Can I report my pet rock as a dependent? I hate tax season. I'm sorry, Uncle Sam, but the old, distant father-I-never-met act is totally not working for me. How about we replace him with a picture of Gary Dourdan? I can tell you right now I'd file my taxes in time every single year if Uncle Sam became Hot Uncle Gary. What is that? You want me? Yes, I believe I will be paying for that.

I know I'm not the only one. Girls? Yeah.

Talk CSI Files threads

Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at Talk CSI:

- Besides those huge slices of pizza, Top41 wants to know, What puts you in a New York state of mind? Share your thoughts at the CSI: New York forum.

- It's happened before, and it could happen again. If you had a choice, which CSI recurring character would be given star billing? Voice, don't yell, your opinion at the General CSI Discussion.

- I've learned that every time Warrick leaves a crime scene, bad things will happen to the other character. Can you blame the suspects for going wild at the prospect of never seeing him again? Discuss your favorite CSI lesson at the Forensic Science forum.

More topics can be found at the Talk CSI!

CSI Files Two Years Ago

  • Viewers Flock To 'Movies'
    A new episode of CSI, "A Night At The Movies", thrived on the Thursday night ratings battle, beating out the other shows and crowning CBS winner for the night.

  • Ben Browder Pays A Visit To 'Miami'
    Farscape's star Ben Browder beamed down from outter space to grace the folks of Miami with his gorgeous presence -- and a nice arson case.

  • Zuiker On 'CSI's' Birth
    Anthony Zuiker is proof that sometimes ignorance, and a pinch of creativity, is a bliss, especially when it comes to creating a TV show. "I didn't really watch TV," Zuiker said. "I didn't know what the rules were. When people read the [pilot] script, they said this guy's doing flashbacks, this guy's doing re-creations, he's using fractured time. We don't do that in television."

More news can be found in the archives.

Poll Results

Below are the results of the most recent CSI Files poll:


How would you rate CSI's 'Spark of Life?'
9-10 56.2% - (306 Votes)
7-8 23.1% - (126 Votes)
Wasn't able to see it 9.1% - (50 Votes)
5-6 5.3% - (29 Votes)
1-2 2.7% - (15 Votes)
Didn't want to see it 2.2% - (12 Votes)
3-4 1.1% - (6 Votes)

Total Votes: 544

,Thank you to all of those who voted! For our next poll, we'd like to know how you enjoyed the last episode of CSI: Miami,

Today's Television Listings

  • Tonight, CBS will be showing a new episode of CSI: Miami - "Sex and Taxes". For those of you trying to keep spoilers to a minimum, here's a brief description of the episode:

    "An IRS agent is killed while trying to repossess a delinquent taxpayer's yacht soon after the CSIs discover a second IRS agent shot to death. Now, just when everyone has a reason to detest the IRS, Horatio must find who is behind what could possibly be a series of murders right before tax day."

  • At 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday, CSI: New York also returns with a brand new episode, "Crime and Misdemeanor". Here's a preview:

    "When the body of a young woman is discovered at a laundry facility, the bed sheets she is wrapped in lead Mac and Stella back to an upscale New York hotel that houses diplomats from around the world when the United Nations is in special session. Meanwhile, Danny and Aiden investigate the death of a homeless man found dressed as a human statue. By all accounts, the prank is deemed a misdemeanor, but Danny decides to delve further and his refusal to stop the investigation puts him at odds with Mac."

  • There will also be a new episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, "4 x 4", set to air on Thursday at 9 p.m. Here's a brief description of the episode:

    "A wild day in Las Vegas has the CSIs simultaneously investigating four fatalities. Catherine and Warrick look into the death of an auto convention model found murdered in a camper on display, as Nick examines the death of a boy found beaten and burned on a bus bench outside a mini-mall. Across town, the investigation into a car accident leads Grissom to suspect the driver was aiming at his victim, and Greg and Sara discover that toxic mold has eaten away at a body builder from the inside out."

In addition, Spike TV will be repeating CSI episodes at least twice daily for the rest of the week. A full listing of their upcoming episodes can be found here at SpikeTV.com.

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