Thread: Jason Chambers on CSI: NY
2/06/2008 10:29pm, #1
Jason Chambers on CSI: NY
Jason Chambers on CSI? Jason Chambers on motherfucking CSI?
Is anybody watching this ****? It's on right now.
First Forrest Griffin on Law and Order and now this?
Who gives a ****?Originally Posted by Goju - joe
2/06/2008 10:35pm, #2
What role is he playing? What is the extent of his role, a brief cameo or a featured guest spot? Does he pull guard on anyone?
Anyway, I hope Bill Duff makes an appearance on CSI: Miami. He can play a beached whale or something. David Caruso will look at his sun-burnished carcass, make a wry comment, then put his sunglasses on and walk out of frame while Roger Daltrey screeches over the soundtrack.
2/06/2008 10:55pm, #3
It was disappointing. He played a skater/luge punk named mercury. He spoke to the investigators once. He didn't pull guard on anyone. He didn't even punch a ************.
Disappointing, Jason, disappointing.Originally Posted by Goju - joe
2/07/2008 1:00am, #4
A skater named "Mercury?" Sounds like he should belong on a roller derby team or something.
Did he at least get his finger broken by an escrimador?
2/07/2008 2:25am, #5
Investigator: "Another victim turned up in the apartment block yesterday. Head smashed in with a polo mallet. You wouldn't know anything about that would you?"
Jason: "I know it was a bone crunching finish that could deliver a devastating four hundred pounds of force."
2/07/2008 3:14am, #6
I hope there was a scene where Jason and the CSI crew go into the jungles of New York to learn ancient and lethal investigation techniques from grey-bearded masters... techniques that are too ruthlessly efficient for police work!
2/07/2008 6:55am, #7
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