The Csi: New York was good. Too bad it disappeared; it starred one of the finest actors of these times. The Las Vegas show, however, is no slouch in that department. Ted Danson brings a solidly strong presence to the show and lifts it up to where it was years ago. For a year or two it looked as though the show would tank, but it now should have a few more good years. The supporting cast does need some work though. Elizabeth Shue just keeps her head above water. Her character seems at odds with her own nature. And what are they doing with the love-lorn unlikeable technician. He was never good, but now the part is so scrambled in how he is perceived by the writer that it would be best to write him right out of the show - perhaps kill him off in some fascinating way and let the rest figure it out, only to discover that it was suicide. And who stuck Jorja in a revolving door? She is there, then gone, back for a line or two, gone again, week after week.
When it goes off the air - two years? - it will be like losing an old friend. Meanwhile, there is much to enjoy as each season only has one or two duds.