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TV Guide: CSI Returns

September 21, 2005

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Posted by Shane Saunders, 2:37 PM, 09-21-05
The current edition of  TV Guide, new Season 6 details are revealed : including what Grissom' big secret is.
The article, which is entitled "CSI: Back on the Scene" revealed that cast members admit to a very tough year. An exact quote from Gary Dourdan reads "We had a tough year last year. A real tough year. We were just getting by, by the skin of our butts, to make it to the end of the year. The finale last season ["Grave Danger"] certainly gave us an uplift." This season on the season premiere, new evidence reveals some unknown things from "Grave Danger," including a uncovered clue, which reveals that a partner was involved with Walter Gordon, the suspect who kidnapped Nick.
Eric Szmanda also gives some information on the new season, the fact that the events of "Grave Danger" affect each team member, including himself. In an episode this season, a big roach crawls on Greg and he lets it creep until it finally freaks him out. Warrick also gives some new twists this season, realizing that life is too short and decides to wed a lady named Tina, who has yet to be completly characterized. Catherine and Warrick will  have the heart-to-heart that fans have been waiting for, adds Carol Mendelsohn, the show's runner and Executive Producer.
Both CSI shifts will also be reunited under the eyes of Grissom and Catherine, who was demoted from being swing-shift supervisor. "She can relaz a little bit now." according to Marg Helgenberger.
Some semi-columns can be found also, with information on Robert David Hall and his amputee accident, as well as kids and forensics.
The article closes with the spoilers that an accident which will occur on the show this November, will be nothing compared from the buried alive conflict last year.
You can pick up the new edition of  the September 25- October 1st issue of TV Guide tomorrow, which features Jorja Fox, Eric Szmanda, Robert David Hall, and William Petersen on the cover.