We need a DVR so that we can start recording things like the “CSI:” season finale, bathe the girls and put them to bed, and then start watching without having to wait until it’s finished taping so we can see the whole thing.

Currently, Jerry and I are just waiting for 45 minutes for the show to end so we can rewind the tap and start watching CSI:… We did catch the first five minutes or so, enough to know that Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed it so there will be a LOT of dialogue and flashbacks. Can’t decide if that annoys me or not, but I know Jerry’s not a big fan of Tarantino.

Hmm. I just quit the gym since I wasn’t going anyway. How much is Tivo a month?

Of course, the seasons are all ending. We don’t really NEED this until Septemberish. Right?

2 thoughts on “Justification”

  1. We already knew (well, I did anyway) that Tarantino directed the season finale.

  2. Jerry wrote the above comment, not me.

    Anyhoo. I stayed up and watched “CSI:” after “Without a Trace” last night. VERY intense, and even the wobbly Tarantino cinematography didn’t really bother me (that kind of camera work usually gives me motion sickness, but Tarantino does it very well).

    I thought he did a good job with the show, and the script only distracted me a few times (with its Tarantino-ness). It was bloodier than normal, but I expected that, too — QT likes his blood and gore.

    Several things bothered me, though: we never got the “why” for why Nick was really taken in the first place. For the guy’s daughter? OK, I get that, but why the explosives? The thing with the twins in the beginning was only apparently there for the blood and guts aspect, because it was never mentioned again. And if they dug up the first plexiglas box, I think they should have completely dug up the entire building to see if Nick was there. If they DID do that, it should have been mentioned. And the stuff in the morgue was stupid. Really, really stupid.

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