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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
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TV Series
    (October 6, 2000-September 27, 2015)
    Airs on CBS
    Set in Las Vegas
    William L. Peterson as Gil Grissom
    Marg Helgenberger as Catherine Willows
    Gary Dourdan as Warrick Brown
    George Eads as Nick Stokes
    Jorja Fox as Sara Sidle
    Eric Szmanda as Greg Sanders
    Robert David Hall as Dr. Al Robbins
    Paul Guifoyle as Jim Brass
    Its executive producer is Jerry Bruckheimer.
    It has caused a surge of students studying forensic science.
    George Eads and Jorja Fox were fired by Leslie Moonves for breach of contract, then rehired without a pay raise, for refusing to show up on the set.
    Eads then claimed he just overslept and was not trying to force a pay raise.
    It shows gadgets that haven't been invented yet.
    Though real criminal science investigators hardly leave the lab to conduct field tests, and never interview criminal subjects, the characters on the show frequently do both.
    Because of the show, some potential criminals are more educated on how to leave a squeaky clean crime scene, with shell castings more frequently being removed from the crime scene.
    It has the lame tagline, 'Brace yourself for a killer season.'
    Even though its based in Las Vegas, its filmed in Santa Clarita, California.
    It spun-off 'CSI: Miami (2002)' and 'CSI: NY (2004).'
    Quentin Tarantino directed an episode.
    It was a surprise hit for CBS.
    Its re-runs attract large amounts of viewers.
    Spike TV bought the syndication rights for a record $1.6 million an episode.
    It started a trend of investigative shows.
    Its known for its unusual and inventive camera angles.
    Its theme is 'Who Are You' by The Who.
    It frequently uses Radiohead music which makes dorks and nerds happy.
    The title elaborates on what the acronym means in case you're an idiot.

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