CBS updates "Who is Keppler?" website
CBS finally got around to doing something about that lingering question, "who is Keppler?" Up until a few days ago, the promotional website meant to inform viewers about the CSI cast change has been pretty bare, save for a cool picture.
The site is now fully running and even has some video clips giving viewers clues about what to expect. There are three clips posted right now and I would expect a couple more before Liev Schreiber makes his entrance in next week's first sans Grissom CSI, "Sweet Jane."
For those looking to be spoiled, read on and I'll tell you what I gathered from the three clips. Looks like Keppler might actually be worth looking forward to.
There's not too much to say about Keppler. There was no mention of him in last week's episode, so I can only hope that there's a proper explanation for why he's being brought on to the team during next week's installment. Perhaps Grissom knows him and requested him? Similar to how he recruited Sara in the first season?
From the clips, here's what we do know:
- He's from the Baltimore Police Department and apparently he's not very professional about preserving a crime scene since he had no problem touching a victim's face right in front of Catherine before the coroner cleared the body.
- Hard to say if he's married or not but it seems he doesn't have kids.
- Also, he doesn't seem to be very trustworthy and may or may not have gotten close (quickly) to Catherine. So much so that it leads Nick to take the rest of the team aside (Sara, Warrick, and Greg) and get them to create their own little sub-team where Catherine and Keppler are left out of the loop.
Keppler breaks up the team? Sounds pretty tense. I'm actually looking forward to this now.