ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid 2)
"Dewey Thing-y"...hey, I'm a librarian and even I laughed at that one!
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid 2)
"Dewey Thing-y"...hey, I'm a librarian and even I laughed at that one!
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid)
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Hands down, CSI: New York. I'd either be a witness being questioned, or else I'd be in the lab playing Mundane Lab Tech #Infinity while Adam does his thing.
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid)
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Hands down, CSI: New York. I'd either be a witness being questioned, or else I'd be in the lab playing Mundane Lab Tech #Infinity while Adam does his thing.
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid over shoulder)
Mac doesn't know of any cop who wouldn't report a lost/stolen weapon...obviously he's still unaware of the walk Danny's service piece took with Reuben's mother back in season 4.

Yeah, Carver's picture in that array was definitely Photoshopped from a picture of John Laroquette from his Night Court days.

And the writers keep giving me reasons to ship Sid/Jo! Damn you, writers!

Nice to see Carver's not a bad guy, though.
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid over shoulder)
Mac doesn't know of any cop who wouldn't report a lost/stolen weapon...obviously he's still unaware of the walk Danny's service piece took with Reuben's mother back in season 4.

Yeah, Carver's picture in that array was definitely Photoshopped from a picture of John Laroquette from his Night Court days.

And the writers keep giving me reasons to ship Sid/Jo! Damn you, writers!

Nice to see Carver's not a bad guy, though.
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid over shoulder)
- Yay, Sid's back and in time to be knocked off his game by the new girl.

- And speaking of Jo, I approve of the color in her wardrobe so far this episode. And I love her necklaces.

- "I only see one mook detective down here." Danny and Don at their best.

- "Alimony." Oh-ho-ho! A glimpse of the first wife! Now if only we'd get to meet his current spouse...

- *laughs* And the leveling in badass for Adam continues!

- Glassphemy...actually sounds kinda cool.

- Okay, I will be honest; I cannot watch that car commercial without thinking of Hawkeye Pierce's version of that song: "They asked me how I know...her brassiere was blue..."

- It looks cool, too.

- Holy shiznit, Flack!

- The ol' mistaken identity plot. Saw that coming when they mentioned the suspect used to live in the house.

- One last commercial observation: is it me, or is Tim Allen doing voiceover work for Campbells?
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid over shoulder)
- Yay, Sid's back and in time to be knocked off his game by the new girl.

- And speaking of Jo, I approve of the color in her wardrobe so far this episode. And I love her necklaces.

- "I only see one mook detective down here." Danny and Don at their best.

- "Alimony." Oh-ho-ho! A glimpse of the first wife! Now if only we'd get to meet his current spouse...

- *laughs* And the leveling in badass for Adam continues!

- Glassphemy...actually sounds kinda cool.

- Okay, I will be honest; I cannot watch that car commercial without thinking of Hawkeye Pierce's version of that song: "They asked me how I know...her brassiere was blue..."

- It looks cool, too.

- Holy shiznit, Flack!

- The ol' mistaken identity plot. Saw that coming when they mentioned the suspect used to live in the house.

- One last commercial observation: is it me, or is Tim Allen doing voiceover work for Campbells?
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid 2)
Pity for no Sid tonight, but...man, Adam took a level in badass tonight!
ladyiapetus: (CSI NY: Sid 2)
Pity for no Sid tonight, but...man, Adam took a level in badass tonight!
ladyiapetus: (Default)
So, no one around the house was planning on doing anything remotely interesting today. While the rest of them stayed home I went up to Rockford. Hit Tomorrow is Yesterday since I hadn't had a comic fix in almost two months.

(is it mean of me to say that, compared to Barnes & Noble, TiY's selection of manga sucks?)

Anyway, came away with a relatively small haul; five comics and two graphic novels - CSI's Dying in the Gutters and the "Betrayal" arc of Lions, Tigers and Bears. I'm currently 22 pages into Dying in the Gutters, and snickering already. Why does it not surprise me that Gil Grissom's favorite comic book character is Ant-Man?

Afterwards I swung by Barnes & Noble and picked up season 4 of CSI: NY. I think NY is currently replacing Miami as my favorite CSI series. And Sid Hammerback is definitely my favorite character; adding Robert Joy to the cast of NY was a master stroke of genius.

Now I'm home again, and we're back to boring. And cold (it was warmer in my car than it was in the house when I left).
ladyiapetus: (Default)
So, no one around the house was planning on doing anything remotely interesting today. While the rest of them stayed home I went up to Rockford. Hit Tomorrow is Yesterday since I hadn't had a comic fix in almost two months.

(is it mean of me to say that, compared to Barnes & Noble, TiY's selection of manga sucks?)

Anyway, came away with a relatively small haul; five comics and two graphic novels - CSI's Dying in the Gutters and the "Betrayal" arc of Lions, Tigers and Bears. I'm currently 22 pages into Dying in the Gutters, and snickering already. Why does it not surprise me that Gil Grissom's favorite comic book character is Ant-Man?

Afterwards I swung by Barnes & Noble and picked up season 4 of CSI: NY. I think NY is currently replacing Miami as my favorite CSI series. And Sid Hammerback is definitely my favorite character; adding Robert Joy to the cast of NY was a master stroke of genius.

Now I'm home again, and we're back to boring. And cold (it was warmer in my car than it was in the house when I left).

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