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    weescottie

    [61]Jun 11, 2007
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    gnb_rules wrote:
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    yensid85 wrote:
    I think Robert David Hall (D-Rob) should have submitted his work in Lab Rats for Supporting Actor *Comedy*!
    Yup, y'know- I think that would be one of our leading chances lol Although CSI's not officially a comedy.......... I liked Marg's episode (BTKP2) and Eric's (Fannysmackin). But what really shocked me was that WP was submitted for Burn Out, not Living Doll!!! Ah well.....


    I like the choice of Burn Out for him. It was pretty much a Grissom centered episode, and he did a great job of it.

    That's very true- but WP does amazing in every episode. It's a shame that they are only allowed to submit one tape- makes sense I suppose- they don't want thousands. But of course- in my eyes, they'll all shine in every episode.
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    countrymuzluvr1

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    Even if individual characters don't win, I would love to see the entire cast win an Emmy.
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    moggiye16

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    countrymuzluvr1 wrote:
    Even if individual characters don't win, I would love to see the entire cast win an Emmy.
    That would be fan-ta-bulous. I think Eric should definitely when an award for Fannysmackin', as previously mentioned.
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    gnb_rules

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    moggiye16 wrote:
    countrymuzluvr1 wrote:
    Even if individual characters don't win, I would love to see the entire cast win an Emmy.
    That would be fan-ta-bulous. I think Eric should definitely when an award for Fannysmackin', as previously mentioned.


    Me too. I would love to see Eric win an Emmy.
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    Misty_Me

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    gnb_rules wrote:
    moggiye16 wrote:
    countrymuzluvr1 wrote:
    Even if individual characters don't win, I would love to see the entire cast win an Emmy.
    That would be fan-ta-bulous. I think Eric should definitely when an award for Fannysmackin', as previously mentioned.


    Me too. I would love to see Eric win an Emmy.


    It's sad, really. CSI never gets nominated, but it really has the best acting on-screen. Desperate Housewives is very soap-opera in its acting. I don't see what the big deal is about it, I just don't. But some people do. So I have to say, GO CSI!!! Fingers crossed, this will be the year... (Or else)
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    plua88

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    yeah!! go csi!! the show should've been nominated every year!! I hope they win this time! anyway, in my opinion the show never won the emmy because stupid people thought that high ratings were enough rewarding for them, and that they didn't need an award!! it's awful!!

    I'm alex, I'm new here and I'm sorry for my grammar, english is not my original language!!

    CSI ROCKS!!!!!!
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    foxycsi

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    Misty_Me wrote:
    Empty Eyes was the perfect episode to use for Jorja. Ending Happy was a perfect choice for Doc Robbins. The other choices were good, but those two were perfect episodes for those characters.
    I totally agree with you. Robbins was hysterical in that role. I think he deserves a nomination just for trying to hold his demeanor and not break out in laughing when the scenarios of Happy's cause of death kept changing. And Jorja's. Oh there is only one phrase that comes to mind. "And the winner is...Jorja Fox" Her best episode this past season in my book. She did a great job showing the many characteristics of Sara come out (empathy,compassion ect) in this episode. She has my vote hands down.
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    countrymuzluvr1

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    Empty Eyes totally solidifies my reasoning as to why Jorja Fox is one of the best actresses on television today.
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    csino1fan

    [69]Jun 13, 2007
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    In episode "The good, the Bad and the Dominatrix" When the night watchman is found dead, they say he was shot in the back, there is no bullet hole in his coat
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    Soapy_Raindrops

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    csino1fan wrote:
    In episode "The good, the Bad and the Dominatrix" When the night watchman is found dead, they say he was shot in the back, there is no bullet hole in his coat


    There's a big blood stain... does that count? You can't see a bullet hole but you also can't examine it properly to tell.
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    csino1fan

    [71]Jun 14, 2007
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    but it was laid out on that table. lol it just clicked on me
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    Misty_Me

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    Okay, so I got bored and was reading on ff.net, and they seem convinced that Sara had a "bump" in Empty Eyes. I can't find the episode to download and see for myself, but I kinda doubt it. If Sara had a bump, first time mom, she wouldn't show until at least 13 weeks. That's the end of the first trimester. She couldn't hide her relationship with Grissom. Someone in the lab would have noticed her pregnancy and commented. Since we're discussing Empty Eyes, what do you all think?
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    countrymuzluvr1

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    it wasn't Empty Eyes that made me think Sara was pregnant it was Leaving Las Vegas. If you watch the entire scene from the moment they show Sara in the locker room, she's standing in profile and you can see a "bump". I'd have to watch Empty Eyes again to look for it.
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    Soapy_Raindrops

    [74]Jun 15, 2007
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    She's ALWAYS had it. It's a beer gut. She's not pregnant.
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    gnb_rules

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    Soapy_Raindrops wrote:
    She's ALWAYS had it. It's a beer gut. She's not pregnant.


    Yes, she has. I was watching PWF (season 3) the other day and I saw it while she was talking to Nick. She's always had it.
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    countrymuzluvr1

    [76]Jun 15, 2007
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    gnb_rules wrote:
    Soapy_Raindrops wrote:
    She's ALWAYS had it. It's a beer gut. She's not pregnant.
    Yes, she has. I was watching PWF (season 3) the other day and I saw it while she was talking to Nick. She's always had it.
    I know but when they film her from the side wearing a tight shirt it makes her look a little pregnant. It would be easy for any one to become confused.

    Especially when Jorja is very secretive about her personal life.

    Edited on 06/15/2007 3:16pm
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    bugsrus

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    I find it quite amusing how a woman can't get a bit of a pot-belly without everybody asking if she is pregnant!!

    We don't ask guys if they're pregnant when they have a beer belly
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    csino1fan

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    bugsrus wrote:
    I find it quite amusing how a woman can't get a bit of a pot-belly without everybody asking if she is pregnant!!

    We don't ask guys if they're pregnant when they have a beer belly


    lol, its true.
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    csino1fan

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    would anybody be interested in doing an episode a week challenge. what we do is watch an episode a week starting from episode 1, then we talk about it a new thread will have to be made but i dont want to create one if its gonna be a bad idea
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    Misty_Me

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    csino1fan wrote:
    bugsrus wrote:
    I find it quite amusing how a woman can't get a bit of a pot-belly without everybody asking if she is pregnant!!

    We don't ask guys if they're pregnant when they have a beer belly


    lol, its true.


    Sorry, it was just a curiosity. I didn't think much of it, the logistics would be all wrong, for the reasons I mentioned when I brought it up. I just thought it was interesting.
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