Friday, July 17, 2009

Eames in "Major Case" - airs 7.26.08

Eames teams with Nichols in CI episode "Major Case". Dylan Baker guest stars as head of an NYPD Crime Lab.

"Major Case" - Detective Eames assists with Nichols' case involving the death of an addict who was just days from going straight when Wheeler is otherwise engaged in the labor and delivery of her baby. Airs Sunday, July 26 at 9/8C on USA network.


Bunny said...

Sorry, but the preview, bored me.

linda said...

Ok, letting "bobby" go in baby steps........not good! ( but eames did look good with nichols)

Anonymous said...

Where is Bobby on this Video *cry* Eames and a new Man... hmm.

pauline said...

Julia being pregnant she just replaces her for one or two episodes thats Bishop used to do

val said...

Now maybe Eames will appreciate Bobby, having experienced Nichols being "unorthodox".

Susan1212 said...

I believe Eames is just on loan to Nichols while Wheeler/Nicholson has her baby. I am looking forward to Eames' impact on the case, which if the writers are on their game, should be impressive. In any case, I am sure Kathryn Erbe will make Eames' presence known!

DonnaJo said...

So excited about this episode!

I wonder what Nichols does to elicit such a dire warning from Ross? Poor Eames...having another partner to help get out of trouble.

Lizzie said...

Given the bashing season 8 has had from so-called 'fans' at various sites, no wonder USA hasn't made an announcement about a season 9 yet. In fact, they probably wonder why the hell they bothered renewing it in the first place. I just wish all those who keep complaining that it's 'boring' - but somehow can't seem to not watch! - would find something else to amuse themselves with. No doubt, if LOCI does get cancelled, they'll all be having a party and trumpeting that they told us so.

Lizzie :(

gyang333 said...

where's the video? I don't see anything... :(

thereel said...

Try this link

gyang333 said...

thanks for the link! looking forward to this one.

Anonymous said...

What I appreciate about is that it is an unbiased public blog in which anyone can feel free to express their comments good or bad, as it should be. It isn't bashing to say that an episode is "boring", and, I can promise you, that Vincent, Kate, the writers and anyone else in that industry has developed a tough skin regarding less than favorable reviews. Take Vincent's role playing Orson Welles in Tim Burton's movie, in the interview in France he is visibly disappointed recalling how he had let Tim down in his performance, having his voice dubbed over, but, it moved him to strive to attain a better performance in "Five Minutes, Mr. Welles". USA Network is running a business, the cold reality being that if shows like LOCI don't deliver and keep the fans watching happy, then they have no choice but to cut their losses because it is a business. It's all about the almighty dollar. I don't like it either. It would be less than genuine to praise this season when it is quite obvious there have been some bumps and continuity problems breaking in the new writers. Doesn't mean that Vincent and Kate aren't giving all they can, being at the mercy of the scripts presented to them, that is. Hopefully, with the decent numbers reported, USA Network will have enough faith to purchase a Season 9 of LOCI.

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