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George Eads Is Psyched To Be Working With Ted Danson on 'CSI' (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 18th 2011 7:00PM
'CSI' star George Eads stopped by 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) to discuss the crime procedural's 12th season. Eads, who's been on the show since Season 1, is psyched to be working with the newest addition to the cast, Ted Danson, who he called "a prince of a guy."

Guest-host Susie Essman also had glowing things to say about Danson. "He's my favorite guest star on 'Curb '... He's the most fun guy in the whole world," she said.

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Justin Bieber on 'CSI': The Teen Idol Makes His Dramatic Acting Debut (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 24th 2010 8:48AM
Justin Bieber on 'CSI': The Teen Idol Makes His Dramatic Acting DebutJustin Bieber on 'CSI?' We'll admit that when we think of Justin Bieber, our next thought isn't usually "grisly murders and explosions."

The young heartthrob is known more for his floppy hair and his ability to turn crowds of young girls into a sobbing, screaming mass. But tonight on 'CSI' (Thu., 9PM ET on CBS), the 16-year-old singer made his network TV dramatic acting debut -- on a crime series known for its violence and gritty realism. Would "The Bieb" be able to make the transition to the world of serious acting?

[Warning: Spoiler alert.]

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George Eads Signs on for More 'CSI'

by Kim Potts, posted Jul 15th 2010 9:40AM
At last, some good news for a CBS procedural: Original 'CSI' cast member George Eads has signed a new contract to continue on the long-running drama, which begins its 11th season in September.

TV Guide reports that Eads signed on to continue playing 'CSI'-er Nick Stokes despite telling an interviewer in May that he had decided to leave the series if contract negotiations didn't go his way.

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George Eads Interview for 'CSI'

by Sandra Deane, posted Mar 3rd 2009 6:00AM
"I think Nick's found a stillness. And I kind of like playing it ... so much more exciting and interesting than my own life. [Laughs]"

George Eads is the last leading man standing on 'CSI,' where he's starred as Nick Stokes since the 2000 premiere. Now that William Petersen, Gary Dourdan and Jorja Fox have exited the show, Eads is primed to step into the spotlight -- on and off screen.

Just five years ago the sexy Texan was canned for allegedly playing hardball during contract disputes. Add to that rumors that certain cast mates were disappointed by the show's lack of character development and the quality of its two spinoffs, and you can see why morale may not have always been high on set. Now that a third of the original cast is gone, Eads claims there's room for growth -- and improved attitude.

He sat down for a very candid chat with AOL TV about sharing the spotlight with teen mega-star Taylor Swift in an upcoming episode, the joys of working with Laurence Fishburne, the wonders of shirtless videos ... and going for the "full frontal" with Marg Helgenberger.

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Don't forget! Tonight the CSI writers tackle Two and a Half Men

by Bob Sassone, posted May 5th 2008 2:23PM

Two and a Half MenWe told you recently about the writing teams of CSI and Two and Half Men switching places for one episode of each show. The first episode airs tonight at 9 on CBS.

The Two and a Half Men episode was written by the CSI staff and is titled "Fish in a Drawer," and I have no idea what that title means. Thursdays CSI episode was written by the Two and a Half Men staff and has a title that's a lot easier to understand: "Two and a Half Deaths." It's about the murder of a despised sitcom star (Chuck Lorre used to work for both Cybill Shepherd and Roseanne Barr - I'm just sayin').

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Writers of CSI and Two and a Half Men switch shows, create crossover from hell

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Apr 23rd 2008 12:41PM

William Petersen and Charlie SheenI can't believe this is actually happening. I've told you before how much I hate cross-overs on TV; it's tolerable if it's at least the same genre of show. This is like in-breeding. If CSI and Two And a Half Men were brother and sister, then their deformed, incestual love-child is what's going to air on Monday, May 5th.

We actually reported on this almost a year ago, that the writers of CSI and Two And a Half Men were going to flip-flop and pen an episode of the other show. Well it never happened. Now, according to this press release, it's a go. I would imagine that the Writer's Strike played a role in resuscitating this awkward match-up.

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Is Nick Stokes being written off CSI?

by Anna Johns, posted Oct 14th 2006 5:01PM
george eadsEven though I said I wasn't going to watch CSI this season, I can't quit. It's my guilty pleasure on Friday mornings before I start work. Thursday night's episode, featuring Kevin Federline's acting debut that actually didn't suck, also included some lines that made me question George Eads' future on the show. Before he sucker punched K-Fed in the stomach at a crime scene, he was pretty fired up about the way Las Vegas punks behave. Several times during the show, he expressed his frustration with Las Vegas in general.

Last year, some of us lobbied for Nick Stokes (Eads' character) to get killed off because the series was getting stale. Eads' fan pages don't have any insight. Anybody else think he's about to leave the show?

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Note to self: Don't eat while watching CSI

by Anna Johns, posted May 19th 2006 12:06PM
csi; marg helgenberger; william petersonI am so embarrassed to admit that I do this every week. I don't watch CSI on Thursday nights because I don't care about it enough to catch it as soon as it airs (unlike Lost). I usually flip on the television during lunch or breakfast and watch whatever was recorded the night before. Inevitably, every Friday, I casually turn on CSI while I'm eating a meal. And, about 10-15 minutes into the show, I lose my appetite. This morning, I was eating Frosted Mini-Wheats (because I'm an adult) and looking at a severed head. Actually, it was a body without a head. A nice, bloody close-up. Guess what? The rest of my cereal went into the garbage disposal. Will I ever learn? Sadly, I don't think I will.

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CSI: Rashomama

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Apr 28th 2006 2:41PM

CSI; CBS; Rashomama

(S06E21) I normally don't watch this show, which means I never review it. That being said, I'm glad I tuned in last night because it was fantastic. It case you couldn't pick up on it, the title (and the entire story) are an homage to the Kurosawa classic Rashômon. The episode, just like the film, gave the deatils of the crime from everyone's point of view. The "mama" in Rashomama refers to the victim, a prominent Vegas lawyer who happened to be the mother of the groom at a wedding.

It took the team almost 9 hours to process the crime scene, and then it all fell apart because Nick, Greg, and Sara decided to get a cup of coffee. While they were sitting in the diner, someone stole Nick's SUV and it had all the evidence in it. That's, um, what do you call it? Oh, right - not good.

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What do you see?

by Anna Johns, posted Apr 14th 2006 10:23AM
csi
CSI
is teasing us with the diner photo you see above (a much larger version is here, complete with its own magnifying glass). During the program last night, a promo aired that said the clues to the final two episodes are in this photo. Well, I always sucked at Where's Waldo, so I'm seeking out your help.

What clues do you see?

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