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Now firmly established as the top-rated television drama, by its third year CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a show positively glowing with confidence. Even when individual cases seem either too contrived or too easily resolved, the indefatigable night shift at the Las Vegas PD crime lab always look the part, solving conundrums and discovering microscopic damning evidence while, apparently, never shedding their own loose hair or skin cells all over the supposedly quarantined crime scenes. In reality, Catherine Willows's flowing blonde locks would contaminate any evidence she collected, but in the world of CSI only the bad guys leave body parts behind--the CSIs themselves are so good they're positively pristine.
The 23 episodes of season 3 on this five-disc set present more deliciously bizarre situations for the problem-solving sleuths: cannibalism, snuff movies, dwarfs, death while drag racing, bodies falling from the sky, and various dismemberments all tax the team's acumen. These are all double or multiple-case episodes, though in a characteristic trick of the writing sometimes apparently unrelated murders turn out to be connected (or vice versa, as in "Blood Lust," in which a road-accident victim is not what he seems, and the death of the driver at the hands of an angry mob is made all the more tragic). The mix of genuine forensic science with the glossiest Jerry Bruckheimer production values, plus the virtues of a good ensemble cast headed by William Peterson's modern-day Sherlock Holmes, remains as compelling as ever. --Mark Walker --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I love it ! great show and nice case too! I like the face there's no commercials :) I would recommended this show .Published 19 months ago by Sherri Lamoureux
The title tells all I think this was the best series so far.
really enjoyed the 90min special 'lady heathers box'
Can't wait for season 4
bring it on
Even if you don't like this programme (how could you not???), it's worth buying simply to watch George Eads the whole way through. He's so hot. Read morePublished on May 28 2004
With stand alone stories, you could walk right into season three no problem. So much better than Alias or anything else in it's class. Read morePublished on May 27 2004 by doppelganger
As in the other two series of CSI,1 wish there was subtitles as well ,since we bought the first two that way I didnot even check if this one had or not... Read more
Season 3, in my opinion, moved CSI back to being the best drama series on the networks. The episodes are fresh, thrilling, and puzzling enough to keep viewers entranced. Read morePublished on April 22 2004 by purpleplay
The show still twists, turns and packs a good punch! Other reviews cover the pros. However, adding re-runs to fill up the disc space so they could say that there are 23 episodes is... Read morePublished on April 20 2004
By it's third season, C.S.I. became a force to be reckoned with. The highest rated show on prime time TV managed to get better and better by each passing episode as the crimes... Read morePublished on April 19 2004 by N. Durham
I am a huge CSI fan. If you've never watched it, first of all, say hi to everyone on Mars for me.. other than that, order your copy today. Have no doubts. Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by Istanbul photography