to be equally proficient at murder with either hand \ derived from TV show “Dexter”
Well, I’m no Sherlock Holmes, but I’d say our suspect is ambi-Dexter-ous.
an amazing TV show that involves mathematician Charlie Eppes who uses his knowledge to help his brother, Don Eppes, solve complex crimes for the FBI.
while some people may think that using math is lame and it could never happen, you'd be surprised to know that this show is pretty bad-ass and awesome.
it airs on CBS every friday at 10pm
"have you seen the latest episode of NUMB3RS yet?"
"no! omg what happened?"
"charlie used his wicked math skills to catch a serial killer, again."
Turning on a TV show that you don't usually watch and yet somehow, inexplicably, always managing to see the same rerun episode.
Roommate 1: Unbelieveable! Whenever I settle on watching "Medium" I somehow always pick up the episode when Allison is battling the ghost serial killer played by the dad from "That 70's Show".
Roommate 2: Oh, I love that one!
Roommate1: Yeah, but this the 3rd time I've seen it and its the only episode I've ever seen! Didn't they make like five seasons of this show? Talk about your deja view!
An Early nineties TV show about a near homeless psychologist that tracks down serial killers in his brown Volvo with brown police light, the highlight of the show is when the serial killers turn their attentions towards AJ and hide in his apartment ready to pounce. Usually accompanied by slap bass music.
Episode 1.45, when AJ returns home to his apartment only to find a serial killer ready to pounce.
1. Something I don't have many of.
2.The TV show that just won't go away.
1. Damn, when people think you are a serial killer they don't want to be your friends.
2.Friends was cancelled like 3 years ago and people are still talking about it.
|6.||CSI: New York|
CSI: NY (working title CSI: New York) is an American police procedural television series which premiered on September 22, 2004. The series was the second spinoff from CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and was introduced during an episode of CSI: Miami when Horatio Caine journeyed to New York City in pursuit of a murder suspect who fled Miami. It is much bloodier than the Miami version, and was filmed in a hard blue light until Season 2, when CBS President Les Moonves wanted to make the show appear "less cold".
Another crossover (between NY and Miami) was featured on November 7 (CSI: Miami) and November 9, 2005 (CSI: NY), which involved a crashed plane and an escaped serial killer, and included members of both casts.
Like the other two CSI programs, the theme song is by The Who; this time the song is "Baba O'Riley", also (erroneously) known as "Teenage Wasteland".
Interestingly, the show airs in the same time slot as NBC's Law & Order, a much older crime drama also set in New York City.
Except for Gary Sinise, Melina Kanakaredes, and Anna Belknap, all of the cast members are from New York. However, Sinise and Belknap have both lived in NY at some point.
CSI: New York
AKA: CSI: NY
The Nine Network, Australia
Exhibiting strange behavior such that it leads people to believe that you could possibly be a serial killer. Derived from the popular word "unsub" on the TV show Criminal Minds.
I thought it was a bit unsubby when Mr. Potter stared at you after you threw the eraser during first hour.