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Csi: Crime Scene Investigation: The Twelfth Season [Import]

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  • Actors: Laurence Fishburne, Marg Helgenberger, George Eads, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall
  • Directors: Alec Smight, Brad Tanenbaum, David Semel, Frank Waldeck, Jeffrey G. Hunt
  • Format: AC-3, Box set, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Sept. 25 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0058YPJ8G
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is a fast-paced drama about a passionate team of forensic investigators trained to solve crimes the old-fashioned way - by examining the evidence. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is on the case 24-7, scouring the scene, collecting irrefutable evidence and finding the missing pieces that will solve the mystery.

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Even after the loss of multiple main characters in its history, the show must go on. CSI brings in Ted Danson as D.B. Russel who brings with him an entirely new style as a leader. CSI continues to create new and exciting episodes. In my view, CSI remains the best of the CSI shows.
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We were a little apprehensive upon hearing that Ted Danson would be the new "leader" on CSI . . . but he is excellent! His role as "D.B." is so likeable and he fits in so well. Wonderful casting! Now we can't wait for the next season to come out with the "edge of your seat" ending to this season. We appreciate too the developing of other regular characters on the show as we get to know them better.
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Great Show and very happy to add it to my collection
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love csi
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HASH(0xa30906d8) out of 5 stars CSI returns to form in season 12 July 1 2012
By Don Jariyasunant - Published on Amazon.com
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CSI is the long-running CBS procedural drama about a group of crime scene investigators in Las Vegas. The show was a big hit for most of it's run and eventually became one of the most watched TV shows in the world. However, the show had to go through some changes after original star William Petersen left midway through season 9. They brought in film star Laurence Fishburne as the new lead and the transition appeared to go smoothly. However, I think most fans can say the show eventually went into a rut creatively and viewership started to drop in seasons 10 and 11. It was no longer the top show on Thursday nights. After Fishburne decided to leave after a low rated season 11, CBS brought in long-time TV star Ted Danson as the new lead. He played DB Russell, the new night supervisor and a former Seattle CSI. Honestly, after I heard that Danson was cast, I wasn't in love with the choice. But, to my suprise, Danson brought new life to an aging show. I think the Russell character added some fun and quirkiness that had been missing in the Fishburne years and I think he gelled immediately with the cast. I also think some of the stories in season 12 felt really fresh and the cast appeared rejuvinated. The show also made the move to Wednesdays at 10pm and ratings were up. It performed quite well against Law and Order SVU and was neck to neck with the new ABC drama Revenge for the top spot in the timeslot.

Unfortunately season 12 also marked the final season for long-time star Marg Helgenberger, who played CSI Catherine Willows. Helgenberger left the show midway through season 12 and I think the writers did the character justice and gave Catherine a proper and memorable sendoff. The Producers managed to work their magic once again and brought in veteran actress Elisabeth Shue as Marg's replacement. She played CSI Julie Finlay, a former colleague of Russell's who has a conflicted past with him. I also think Shue gelled right away with the cast and made the transition very smooth.

I'm not going to go into lots of details about the plots in season 12. I will say this, it's a solid, well-crafted season and they utilize Danson and Shue really well. There's a few multi-episode arcs and a very exciting cliffhanger to wrap up the season. If you haven't seen season 12 yet, I highly recommend it.
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3090924) out of 5 stars CSI The 12th Season Returns!! June 6 2012
By Samuel Gonzalez - Published on Amazon.com
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In the 12th season of CSI introduces the three new characters, Elisabeth Shue, Elisabeth Harnois joins in as the new CSI's Julie Finlay, and Morgan Brody. Also joining in former "Cheers" star Ted Danson joins in as the new CSI Supervisor D.B Russell. After 12 seasons, 263 episodes, Marg Helgenberger returns in her final season of the show as Catherine Willows. The 12th season of CSI contains 22 episodes!! And thank god that it's coming back for it's 13th season!!
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3090b64) out of 5 stars Started off good but quickly turned bad. July 11 2012
By KC Koloski - Published on Amazon.com
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I have always been a huge fan of CSI so don't look at this review like I hate change because I embrace change. I found the first episode to be the WORST season transitioner ever. It took them half of the episode to explain everything we wanted to know after the events of season 11 so I find I could not really enjoy it. After that weird stumble, it got better and I grew to like Ted Danson's character. As sad and hard as it was to say goodbye to Marg(Catherine Willows), her last two episodes were the best and most memorable ones of the season. I commend the writers on doing her character justice and sending her off well. The episode "tressed to kill" I found really creepy in a good way. After that episode the rest of the season(except for the finale)wasn't even worth watching. At first I thought Elizabeth Shue might be okay in this and it would take a few episode for her to grow on me. However after watching her performance three weeks in a row, the only thing I was convinced of was that she is one of the worst actors I have ever seen. Nothing is genuine about her acting and she acts like she's better than everyone else. You can also tell that while George Eads(Nick) tries to get along with Shue's character "Finn" Jorja and Eric(Sara and Greg)could care less about her and want nothing to do with her. If you're fans of the original characters on the show then don't go out and waste you're money on this season. They push Shue and Danson's characters to the foreground so much that you see maybe 2 minutes of the original characters per episode or they are cut out alltogether. CBS should really listen to their fans more because with Shue's extremly bad acting and Sara, Nick, and Greg getting pushed to the backround it is highly likely that season 13 will be their last. Way to sink an awesome show CBS =(
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3090de0) out of 5 stars Pleasantly Surprised March 6 2014
By S. Bolhafner - Published on Amazon.com
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After Grissom left and Langston came in, the show felt tired and forced. To be honest, I bought these discs because I had all of the previous seasons and I wanted to give it "one last shot." I am pleased to say I was glad to find the writing was crisp again and the episodes worth watching.
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HASH(0xa3090c78) out of 5 stars What's with some of the bad reviews? Oct. 14 2012
By Wild1138 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of the few shows that has stayed strong after 12 years! I've loved CSI since the beginning, and the show continues to grow strong.

After 2 and a half seasons, Laurence Fishburne has left the show as Langston. I love Laurence Fishburne, I think he is a great actor. BUT, although he seemed to be a logical choice to replace Grissom, he just wasn't that great. I mean, he was OK, but now I missed Grissom even more. This season, Fishburne is out, and his replacement? Ted Danson. Im not gonna lie, I was REALLY skeptical about this decision. So, is Ted Danson a good new addition to the cast?

Fortunately, the answer is yes! Sure, he is still no Grissom, but, he still gives a great performance as the new character Russell. He has that strange, fun quality, yet, different from Grissom. I love this new character, and he fits in nicely with the cast. A big surprise this season is, unfortunately, the departure of Catherine Willows. It's very emotional, but well written, and her character had a good departure. A few episodes after her departure, we get another new character this season: Elisabeth Shue as Julie Finlay. Overall, her character is OK. Im not saying anything bad about her character, we just don't know much about her yet.

As for the writting, it continues to stay strong. Sure, there are hits and misses, but, there is more good here than bad. Overall, I only have two little problems with this season: I REALLY wish Laurence Fishburne had a special guest appearance in the first episode. Although the first episode is written good and introduces Ted Danson well, you don't see Laurence Fishburne on screen to welcome Ted Danson.

My one other complaint, is that the final episode ends with (obviously) a cliffhanger. The only problem with the cliffhanger is that it just isn't as emotional and intense as it should be. Specifically, we needed AT LEAST one or two more episodes just to get to know Ted Danson and Elisabth Shue's characters, we just don't know enough about them yet. BUT, the season finale is still written very well, and also brings back an old enemy from several years ago (one that I was NOT expecting).

Overall, although the only things THAT special about this season are the new cast members and departure of Catherine Willows, this is still a solid (and a little emotinal) season. I LOVE CSI :)