Return of the Juxtaposition: CSI Las Vegas vs New

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007 by SunlessNick

Purtek’s essay - http://thehathorlegacy.info/juxtapositions-in-scenes-of-sexual-violence/
- made me think of two CSI episodes, one Las Vegas and one New York, featuring sexualised attacks respectively on Catherine and Stella. But while Purtek’s post highlights scenes that are completely unalike, this one is more the “couple of big differences” effect.
The Similar: Both start off as unconscious, having […]

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C.S.I.- Sara Sidle

Wednesday, February 21st, 2007 by MaggieCat

C.S.I. used to be one of the few shows I never missed, partly because of one of the main female characters. Sara Sidle was once that rarity on prime time television: a geek and proud of it, had no problem standing up for herself in any situation, obviously loved her job and was extremely good […]

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Tit for Tat on CSI

Monday, January 8th, 2007 by sbg

This post contains minor spoilers for season 7 episode Leaving Las Vegas
I don’t watch CSI (original) anymore, but happened to catch last Thursday’s episode - Leaving Las Vegas because my favored show wasn’t on. In the episode, Catherine Willows, a CSI second in seniority to the supervisor, investigates a cold case, attempting […]

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