CSI: Miami

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Boothbay
I was wondering what was the reason by the writers of last nights show,
to have the murdered girl's husband, who was being questioned, that he
said he was getting a divorce and the detective replied, "oh, another
woman. That is often the case in these divorces, and the husband
replied, "No, actually its another man."  At first i thought that was
an unexpected, but novel reply. Nothing else was said about that during
the rest of the show...so what was the purpose?
                                            
paj3cornelledu
There were a LOT of loose ends from Monday night.  For example, are we to 
assume that the black boy was the lover of the murdered woman's husband?  
Why was the husband's handkerchief in the boys pocket? This is the exact way 
CBS has handled several shows lately, and the viewers aren't supposed to 
notice that several story lines have been left hanging.  It's crap!!




I was wondering what was the reason by the writers of last nights show,
to have the murdered girl's husband, who was being questioned, that he
said he was getting a divorce and the detective replied, "oh, another
woman. That is often the case in these divorces, and the husband
replied, "No, actually its another man."  At first i thought that was
an unexpected, but novel reply. Nothing else was said about that during
the rest of the show...so what was the purpose?
                                            
bklyntvyahoocom
That was really a subpar episode. I didn't hear that line about another
man, are you sure about that?

But it was so weird/odd how they followed the inmate into the system
and the show became an episode of Oz. I mean, on the one hand these
show practically fetishize the capture and punishment of the guilty and
drag them off to never be seen again.

But when one is innocent we follow him into prison and see the hell he
goes through. So we only care about the environment of the prison
system if he innocent? It seemed oddly hypocritical.

And the shot by one guy, smothered by another twist: I'm coming to the
conclusion more people are being murdered on TV now than in real life.
Seems everyone's out to get you on TV!
                                            
me
I remmber hearing it.

Prison isn't supposed to be nice, that's why it's unfair if an innocent
person is subjected to it...that would be my guess.