News Bullets

By Carolina
December 15, 2005 - 2:11 PM

  • Carmine Giovinazzo (Danny Messer) will appear on The Tony Danza show on December 21st. Check your local listings for more information and set your VCRs.

  • Eva La Rue (Natalia Boa Vista) is currently on the latest issue of Beverly Hills 213 magazine. Visit the actress's official website to see a clipping.

  • The Jonathan Togo (Ryan Wolfe) website Jonathan Togo Online has been updated with screen caps of the opening credits of Special Unit 2, as well as images from The Grain, an episode from the show.

  • Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko) has landed a role in the film A Happy Death, according to JustAdam.net. The film, described as an odd romantic comedy, was written by Cecily Gambrell, who will also star in it. A Happy Death will start filming this spring. Check out Gambrell's official website for more info.

  • Screen caps of the CSI episode "Still Life" can be found at the Jorja Fox (Sara Sidle) fansite JFO.

  • But if you'd like to see screen caps that include all the characters, head over to Erica's CSI Caps.

  • The folks over at TV Squad has compiled a comprehensive list of five reasons why the character of Nick Stokes should be killed off. Note this isn't a hate site, but the website's reasons why it would give the show a bolt.

  • Rebecca Cusey, from Townhall.com, recently provided a reviewe of CSI: Miami, and explained why the show is so popular. "Horatio Caine is a refreshing take on the subject. He’s a hero, a just man, a strong man and a man of faith. Science, in his world, serves a higher purpose in enacting justice. CSI: Miam stands alone in a crowd of crime dramas by appealing, at least occasionally, to a higher order of justice."

  • Real life Police Officer Chris Meihls recently talked to the Journal Gazette about how much he hates CSI for its inaccuracies. “I find the show to be very unrealistic,” he said. “They seem to be experts. Is that realistic? No. They seem to be experts in many forensic fields. If you go into toxicology, that’s all you do."

  • Thanks to the popularity of CSI, the Clark Coroner's office in Las Vegas has seen an increased demand in CSI merchandise. The office's gift shop includes gag items, such as fake bones, mugs with funny inscriptions, and t-shirts with the phrase "Coroner ... Cashed Out in Las Vegas.'' If you're ever in Las Vegas make sure to check it out.

  • Aisha Tyler (Mia Dickerson) will be one of the many celebrities who will present at the 37th NAACP Image Awards, which will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 9 a.m. The awards show will broadcast on Friday, Mar, 3, (8:00 p.m. ET/PT) on FOX.

  • The website Modern Day Sherlock interviewed CSI: Miami writer Corey Miller. In the interview, Miller revealed how he came to join the franchise, what it's like working on one of the top ten shows on television, and what it was like to replace actor Rory Cochrane (Tim Speed), among other topics.

  • During the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, 21 bodies were found in the New Orleans area exhibiting wounds that seem unrelated to the hurricane. Real life coroners are now trying to determine how these people died, and lacking the technology seen on CSI they're relying on witnesses. "Most homicides, despite what you see on 'CSI,' are not solved by forensics," said Dr. Louis Cataldie, medical examiner. "Most homicides are solved by people talking. People talk."

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