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post #121 of 635
OK. Funny episode.

1- The courtroom scene at the beginning was laughable. The guy swipes a gun and throws it to his accomplice and gets away? It's a good thing H was there to do the job of the cops in the courtroom.

2 - H, while standing in the middle of the street, takes out 2 guys shooting at him. Right.

3 - Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but did the lab tech (I can't remember her name) have her car windows broken in front of the police station? She seemed to walk right in to the building after noticing it.

4 - Gloria's "I can't believe I followed Marisol, went to a high point in a building, got out my sniper rifle, and had her in my sights" speech was HILARIOUS.

The writing on this show is AWESOME.
post #122 of 635
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Originally Posted by durl View Post

OK. Funny episode.

1- The courtroom scene at the beginning was laughable. The guy swipes a gun and throws it to his accomplice and gets away? It's a good thing H was there to do the job of the cops in the courtroom.

2 - H, while standing in the middle of the street, takes out 2 guys shooting at him. Right.

3 - Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but did the lab tech (I can't remember her name) have her car windows broken in front of the police station? She seemed to walk right in to the building after noticing it.

4 - Gloria's "I can't believe I followed Marisol, went to a high point in a building, got out my sniper rifle, and had her in my sights" speech was HILARIOUS.

The writing on this show is AWESOME.

1) Yeah man, when the gun was being brought to the gangster, i thought 'this is not a good idea, somethings gonna happen and the gun will be fired' i was right It was silly indeed.

2) I thought H was gonna die in that shootout. Too many guys (3 or 4) against the single H.

3) Yeah i think Natalia had her car broken into in the parking lot of the police station. Gloria did not even care. Lab tech girl (Natalia Boa Vista) real name is Eva LaRue

4) She was a major stalker? Gloria Williams real name is Kim Director
post #123 of 635
So Marisol died of the gunshot? or was it the cancer.
H told her something like "are you gonna stand me up for our date tonight" and she said something like "no" and then she died. Sad.
I hate cancer
post #124 of 635
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Originally Posted by YoungC55 View Post

So Marisol died of the gunshot? or was it the cancer.
H told her something like "are you gonna stand me up for our date tonight" and she said something like "no" and then she died. Sad.
I hate cancer

No, the bullet caused her death. It wasn't cancer.

Funny thing is, this is the most interaction that we've seen between H and Marisol. If we had seen more of this, the relationship might have been more believable. As it was, you knew she wasn't going to last since they dedicated SOOOO little time to the main character's love life.
post #125 of 635
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Originally Posted by durl View Post

No, the bullet caused her death. It wasn't cancer.

Funny thing is, this is the most interaction that we've seen between H and Marisol. If we had seen more of this, the relationship might have been more believable. As it was, you knew she wasn't going to last since they dedicated SOOOO little time to the main character's love life.

Ohh ok.
Yeah, there was alot of interaction with them last night.
post #126 of 635
I thought last nights episode was one of the best I've ever seen. There were parts that weren't believable like H shooting 2 gang members in the middle of the street.

CSI:Miami has the best HD PQ compared to any other TV show.
post #127 of 635
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Originally Posted by Mike4HDTV View Post

I thought last nights episode was one of the best I've ever seen. There were parts that weren't believable like H shooting 2 gang members in the middle of the street.

CSI:Miami has the best HD PQ comapred to any other TV show.


I agree. Last night's episode was the best CSI: Miami episode I've seen since the show's inception. I'm gonna have to watch it again this weekend.
post #128 of 635
H and Marisol: lamest "couple" ever.
Marisol's death scene was probably the lamest ever on television. God, was that bad. And so now they can process multiple crime scenes and get results all in the same day??!!
post #129 of 635
I thought their "depicted" relationship (no kissing..at all, leaving her on her death bed to go to work, looking the other way when he talks to her) and a non event death scene were pretty typical for the demi god known as Haratio Kane. Why do I watch this show??Oh yeah, it looks good in HD!
post #130 of 635
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Originally Posted by Carl Jones View Post

I thought their "depicted" relationship (no kissing..at all, leaving her on her death bed to go to work, looking the other way when he talks to her) and a non event death scene were pretty typical for the demi god known as Haratio Kane. Why do I watch this show??Oh yeah, it looks good in HD!

Same here...
post #131 of 635
Yeah, During the ambulance ride to take Marisol to the hospital he told her something like "I will never leave your side again' But 1 minute later, he leaves the ambulance and goes on a shooting spree to kill those gangsters.
post #132 of 635
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Originally Posted by Mike4HDTV View Post

I thought last nights episode was one of the best I've ever seen. There were parts that weren't believable like H shooting 2 gang members in the middle of the street.

CSI:Miami has the best HD PQ compared to any other TV show.

"Parts" weren't believable? How about MOST? :-)

I'll add Wolfe missing the red substance on the wheel of the car he processed even though he removed the tire from it. How do you not notice that?

I know some of you really liked it (and I thought it did have some entertainment value) but the writing was just too outrageous for me. WAY too many "yeah, right!" moments in this one.
post #133 of 635
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Originally Posted by durl View Post

"Parts" weren't believable? How about MOST? :-)

I'll add Wolfe missing the red substance on the wheel of the car he processed even though he removed the tire from it. How do you not notice that?

I know some of you really liked it (and I thought it did have some entertainment value) but the writing was just too outrageous for me. WAY too many "yeah, right!" moments in this one.


Wolfe- Maybe he missed the red substance because of his eye problem? .. Didn't he tell Eric why he missed it, i thought he said he was rushing or something.

haha yeah i agree. Way too many 'yeah rights'
post #134 of 635
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Originally Posted by Mike4HDTV View Post

CSI:Miami has the best HD PQ compared to any other TV show.

Agreed. It is flat out jaw dropping.
post #135 of 635
It seems as if the other 2 CSI shows at least strive for a little bit of realism and coherence as absured as their story lines can be, but the producers of CSI Miami have just given up and said lets just go for broke no matter how outrageous. Good show to demonstrate your high def TV to friends, but colors so saturated you almost need sunglasses to watch. Chas
post #136 of 635
My local affiliate started CSI: Miami 19 mins late and I DVR'ed it so I missed the ending. Can some one fill me in.
Thanks,
post #137 of 635
'spoiler, named the Mole of the Lab below'

H- "Were going to Brazil."
Great part 2 of the season finale.
I thought H was gonna kill that guy after he shot him in the leg and caused that weapon to fire crooked. The mole was Natalia Boa Vista, go figure. ha

Looking forward to the next season.
post #138 of 635
Big Trouble's a brewin' for H ... Brazil is where H's brother and family are hiding out (supposedly.) This is getting more and more like "Alias" by the episode.
post #139 of 635
I liked how the prosecutor lady was caught trying to frame the lab. What was she thinking??

I like Callie. Her interview with the FBI guy was priceless. She's one tough lady.

Did anybody catch the blooper in the first scene? After the grill is blown up by a grendade, we see a wide shot showing a fire underneath the grill. The grill is intact; the lid is closed and everything looks normal. There's even a small wooden or wicker table beside the grill that's untouched. VERY little damage considering a guy was blown about 10 feet away. When they come back after commercial, the grill is a mangled mess, as it should have been. Oops.
post #140 of 635
H and Eric are going rogue... Not that this is news to anyone, but we just took a hard left at "plausible disbelief!"

IT seems that every season H needs a nemesis. Now it's time to go to Brazil. I wonder if they build McBoeings in Brazil? The airport sequences have taken place at Long Beach airport.

It's amazing what a few beauty shots can do to set the locale of a show.
post #141 of 635
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Originally Posted by durl View Post

I liked how the prosecutor lady was caught trying to frame the lab. What was she thinking??

I like Callie. Her interview with the FBI guy was priceless. She's one tough lady.

Did anybody catch the blooper in the first scene? After the grill is blown up by a grendade, we see a wide shot showing a fire underneath the grill. The grill is intact; the lid is closed and everything looks normal. There's even a small wooden or wicker table beside the grill that's untouched. VERY little damage considering a guy was blown about 10 feet away. When they come back after commercial, the grill is a mangled mess, as it should have been. Oops.


Yeah man, the prosecutor was so stupid for stealing that money.
Me too, Callie's interview with the FBI was the best IMO. She was indeed tough
Eric's interview was nice too, he got up and left.

I did not see the blooper.
post #142 of 635
The sunset when the prosecutor confessed looked amazing in HD. The colors on this show look stunning.

Great season finale. I didn't expect the mole to be Boa Vista. I was really hoping that she was going to back next season.
post #143 of 635
OK maybe this is just me, but I thought the subtitles were kinda hokey. Well, maybe not the subtitles themselves, but the way they were presented. Certain words bigger than others flying in from the side of the screen, some parts italicized, etc.
post #144 of 635
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Originally Posted by rspetti View Post

OK maybe this is just me, but I thought the subtitles were kinda hokey. Well, maybe not the subtitles themselves, but the way they were presented. Certain words bigger than others flying in from the side of the screen, some parts italicized, etc.

It was hokey. They could have just put the subtitles at the bottom.
post #145 of 635
I like CSI Miami and watch every week, but Miami Vice was a much better show. It comes on TV Land every night and I record it on my HD DVR and watch 4 or 5 episodes on the weekend. I love the 80's outfits, bright pastel colors on everything, fast cars, etc. I wish HDNet or some other network would buy those old shows and convert them to HD like they did with Hogans Heros.
post #146 of 635
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Originally Posted by AFH View Post

It was hokey. They could have just put the subtitles at the bottom.

It's not clear why there were any subtitles at all since they were speaking english. It may have been somewhat accented but not anything more than usual.
post #147 of 635
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Originally Posted by cdharris View Post

I like CSI Miami and watch every week, but Miami Vice was a much better show. It comes on TV Land every night and I record it on my HD DVR and watch 4 or 5 episodes on the weekend. I love the 80's outfits, bright pastel colors on everything, fast cars, etc. I wish HDNet or some other network would buy those old shows and convert them to HD like they did with Hogans Heros.

I loved Miami Vice as well. Used to watch it as a young lad back in it's heyday. But CSI:Miami and MV are different in every way. But that is a good thing.
post #148 of 635
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Originally Posted by JeffAtlanta View Post

It's not clear why there were any subtitles at all since they were speaking english. It may have been somewhat accented but not anything more than usual.

I think that the producers were trying to play up the fact that the guy was 'foreign' and therefore, they wanted to go for some authenticity.
post #149 of 635
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Originally Posted by AFH View Post

I think that the producers were trying to play up the fact that the guy was 'foreign' and therefore, they wanted to go for some authenticity.

That explains why I see subtitles when my Spanish speaking girlfriend opens her mouth.
post #150 of 635
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Originally Posted by leebo View Post

That explains why I see subtitles when my Spanish speaking girlfriend opens her mouth.

Huh! Strange, strange indeed. I didn't think that was possible, but hey, we learn something new each day.
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