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Stokes Meets the New Boss, Played by Ted Danson, on 'CSI' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 22nd 2011 6:30AM
Ted Danson, 'CSI' season premiere'Two and a Half Men' isn't the only show getting a new lead actor on television. For the second time in its run, 'CSI' (Wed., 10PM ET on CBS) welcomed a new leading man to the fold. They let the audience meet D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) alongside Stokes, who was coming back to the team after a three-week training session.

So we got to share in his confusion when we walked onto the crime scene and saw Russell lying there next to two dead bodies. "You must be Stokes," he said with a smile.

"Yeah," Stokes replied. "You must be contaminating the crime scene."

It's definitely going to have a different tone with Danson on board, and it looks like there's some tension in the house as well. Willows decides she's done with them leading with their hearts, though it's unclear if their unorthodox methods led to her demotion.

Regardless, Russell is the new boss, and it doesn't look like everyone is happy with the situation. We think he's a great addition to the cast, and love the quirky demeanor and unorthodox methodology he brings to the character.

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Jana

I never thought much about Ted Danson in the past, but think he's gonna be great on CSI. This has always been my favorite show, and after Grissom left, Langley just dragged it down!!!!!! I'm so glad they are back to the quirky funny, cool, interesting, disgustingly gross stories of Grissoms time! I really like Danson's character, and as with any new boss, there will be tension to different degrees with each of the other characters. I'm looking forward to this year.

September 22 2011 at 11:37 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Deanna

totally not watching this show anymore ... ted danson really they couldnt find a better actor ???

September 22 2011 at 12:41 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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