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Fan fiction by nickstokesrocks posted over a year ago
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The day that Nick proposed to Catherine he came to work on a white horse dressed in a completely white tuxedo. Catherine was inside the crime lab with grease from the car she was getting evidence off of. Sarah saw Nick and she said
"Catherine, your Romeo is here to take you to royal castle." Catherine turned around and saw Nick all the lab rats were looking out of there labs anxious to see what the gossip was. When Nick bent down and asked
"Cathrine I love you and I can't image my life without you will you marry me?" She was stunned but said
"Yes, I would love to marry you Nicky." Everyone that was there smiled and asked when the wedding would be Nick and Catherine answered that question would be July 4. That night after the wedding Catherine got scared by something and spun around right into her Romeo's arms.
"Don't worry I am right here."
That night well in there bed Catherine said
"Romeo, kiss me or we will die of us not kissing."
"We shall my lovely Juliet and he kissed her with all the passion he had for her. And they lived happily ever.
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Opinion by nickstokesrocks posted over a year ago
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I don't know about you but have noticed they show through the entire show Nick and Catherine alot together. Also that kiss on deleted scenes in the pilot episode was so "steamy" you would have to be dumb to fall for there is "no romantic tension there"thing.My opinion is that Nick and Catherine should go out together. I was watching this one movie trailer for csi and it shows Nick and Catherine dating and how there work is forbiding there relationship it is like the perfect Romeo and Juliet story.I still am really wondering why they did not make them a couple.It was so clear in season two and five there was some flirting going on there.Like in the episode Grave Danger when there in the ambulance Warrick doesn't take of his glove and Catherine does to hold him because she is torn up inside!Comment if you agree with me.
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Article by nikki8green6 posted over a year ago
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Sara & Nick is her fave friendship.
Q: For starters, Congrats on winning the June FOTM! What do you have to say to everyone who voted for you?
A: That's really awesome of all of you. Especially as I don't feel like I've been as active at the CSI spot as I have been in the past. I've been derelict in my CSI fanpopping duties. But perhaps, winning this is the kick in the pants I need to pay attention to the spot again. I'm also really glad it's been picking up in popularity. It was dragging for a while, and I felt like it was only me and a handful of users keeping it going. But now, I think there are a lot more participating, and that's awesome.

Q: So for those of us who aren't that familar with you, tell us a bit about yourself!
A: Oh. Well. That's always a complicated question. I guess the basics are that I live in Seattle, and I am in a teacher education program, which will grant me my Masters Degree in Elementary Education. I started two weeks ago and it has become my life. I have an Australian Terrier named Doobie, and two guinea pigs named Donut and Caboose. I write a lot, nothing very worthwhile, and I majored in drama and creative writing. I also watch way too much TV.
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Opinion by Paramore-CSI posted over a year ago
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I think Riley is the best CSI on the show right now. Don't get me wrong sarah was awsome and Warrick was cool(Nick,kathrine,greg,grissom and others are good to). I just love how she has a dark past and is kinda mysterious. She has a quirky aide but also a serious calm side. She can get herself out of difficult situations by being calm( episode No Way Out). She took control and talked her and Ray out of it. Ya she's a little trigger happy but that makes her, her. I think her and greg would be adorable together. But i think they should show more of her so we understand her better.
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Review by Cinders posted over a year ago
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One reason I love CSI over other crime shows like Law and Order (although, I do love me some Law and Order) is because of the character interaction. It's just enough to keep us guessing, and subtle enough not to distract from the main plot of any one episode. What I really love about CSI is the rare episode that really shows how the team can pull together in a crisis to help one of their own. Episodes like "Grave Danger," "Fannysmackin'," "Living Doll," "Dead Doll," "Built to Kill Part 2," and even "Playing With Fire" to an extent really show how the team cares for each other as friends, and I love that rare glimpse into the bonds between them.

But in working side by side for seven and a half years, in a job where one sees the darkest and ugliest that society has to offer, one has to wonder if these bonds go further than just friendship.

There have been three (and a half) instances in which romantic tension has been hinted at between two main characters on the show. And I will be addressing all three (and a half-- yes I will explain this) instances under subheadings to follow.
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Review by Cinders posted over a year ago
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I'm sorry, but I just have to say, despite a severe lack of Warrick, Greg and Grissom, I absolutely adored it!!!

OK, so I'm one of the fans who actually likes Ronnie and the freshness she brings to the show. I love new faces, if they're well acted and well defined (I wasn't too fond of Sofia because I'm not too fond of Louise Lombard, but I love Jessica Lucas).

Can I just say... Wendy in a slasher flick??? CLASSIC! And Hodges' reaction was adorable, I loved it. Oh wow, it was fun watching Wendy sliced in half by a chainsaw. And Super Dave and Doc Robbins watching the Weatherly Adams movie in the morgue... so fantastic.

The tension with Ronnie and Catherine's storyline was spot-on! My roommate, who isn't a CSI-watcher, actually watched it with me and loved it too. The storyline was very classic horror movie, and had me on edge from beginning to end. Plus some excellent humor! Hodges and Wendy, Catherine and Dickie, Dave and Doc Robbins, Zach the director (a fantastic character! Wish we could see him again!)
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Opinion by Castz posted over a year ago
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    You cannot tell by looking at us now, but at one point my family was a menagerie of mish-mashed personalities, with no one loving the other. Each member got more and more cynical as a divorce went under way, or a relative passed away. The strains on our family ties were visible, and it felt as though we were sincerely going to fall apart.
    
I tell you this so that I may explain to you why it is that I love CSI: Las Vegas. As hard as I have tried in the past, it seemed as though I could not find common ground to bring my family back together. Although our last names are the same, and each of us has similar blood, we simply could not relate to one another. This all changed when I was first introduced to CSI.
    
When I began watching, I immediately got caught up in the excitement surrounding the show. I became completely engrossed in all things forensic. Slowly, members of my family would realize I was tuning them out, or ignoring them to watch it. Can you blame me? As we all fell into place, each of us watching, guessing, yelling at our TV’s, (“The hair was red?! It’s not the...
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