"Concentrate on what cannot lie. The evidence..." - Gil Grissom (lead character in CSI, played by William Petersen).
I really love to watch CSI, especially CSI New York. Because of CSI I have the desire to be a detective in the future, but I think it will be so hard for me. Sometimes I imagine that I'm a cop and investigator on murders! The reason why I love CSI is because of the high technology they use to investigate the crime scenes and the stories in every episode. Unpredictable!
Itha, Indonesia - 16 September 2012
I'm very addicted to this
I'm very addicted to this TV show, especially CSI New York with Detective Mac Taylor! This show is very amazing and uses high-tech stuff to investigate crime scenes. I could watch repeats of this show many times and never get bored. Love it!
dinda, - 18 March 2012
I often suffer from "CSI withdrawal"
CSI!! This show aroused my interests in the field of forensic science, and even in chemistry. It's amazing how little things like a broken nail or a strand of hair contain a person's DNA and is sometimes sufficient to solve a crime! What make this show so addictive is the cool high-tech gadgets and techniques used to analyse the evidence, the storyline, the gore, and the charming cast with witty remarks. In between seasons I often suffer from "CSI withdrawal".
Grace, Singapore - 30 September 2006
If it's not this good, it wouldn't last this long
Who doesn't love it? Come on! It's the best TV show ever! The cast, the script, the show itself is fantastic. That's why the show has 6 seasons now. If it's not this good, it wouldn't last this long.
Liz, Thailand - 30 January 2006
Some even plan their schedules around this show
Crime Scene Investigation, my most-loved TV Show. My busy friends and I rush home after work to catch Grissom and his crew. Some even plan their schedules around this show. It's a religious silent moment for everyone at this hour. So successful and loved, that it spawned two spin-offs, CSI Miami and CSI New York. And now, everyone wants to be a forensic scientist, even Britney Spears! Passion, excitement, mystery, intimacy, curiousity, surprise! What a lovemark!
Cheryl, Malaysia - 10 January 2005
A verified hit
A television show deserving a Lovemark? Well consider that this "hour of entertainment" consistently draws millions of viewers, has spawned two spin-off series, and made more people declare forensic science as a major than Quincy, and yes, you have a Lovemark. Bringing a mix of crime-solving and quirky personalities to the glitz of Las Vegas, add a dash of computer rendered imagery, a splash of gore, and a pun or two and you have a verified hit.
Vysion, United States - 26 October 2004