CSI: Miami cast change

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  1. Keith I

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    According to Entertainment Tonight, this will happen in the first episode of the Third Season:

    http://et.tv.yahoo.com/tv/2004/08/04...i_seasonthree/

    What's contradicts this article is that there is a replacement being sought, according to the TV show.

    However, a big spoiler MIGHT be given at TV Tome's Web page for CSI: Miami. So head on over to www.tvtome.com (or http://epguides.com/), search for CSI: Miami, and see who MIGHT be gone if you like to be spoiled before the show airs. I had seen this before this promo so I was already surprised (spoiled) by this revelation.
     
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    EDIT: Wrong thread. Sorry.
     
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    Wow! That was out of the blue.


    But, could that guy ever smile??
     
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    I'm not surprised at all. "Miami" is just an excuse for David Caruso to appear pensive and noble, and for a procedural crime drama, they sure like to focus much more on the drama than they do on crime or procedure.
    Rory Cochrane isn't a half-bad actor, and I felt he was being wasted in "Miami". I hope his movie career picks up where it left off.
    I know the show isn't exactly a sinking ship, but they've made some bad choices (Caruso and Delaney, for starters), and ruined Emily Proctor for me. I'm hoping this is their last season.
     
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    This has probably been breweing for a long time. I have read that Cochrane has been habitually late for work, partying too hard, etc. As soon as I saw the thread, I knew he was gone.
     
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    More info in today's New York Post:


    Here's a quote from the article:

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    Rory Cochrane, who plays Tim "Speed" Speedle, will be killed off in the season opener — an epsiode titled "Lost Son" — according to the fan website CSIfiles.com

    Speed and Horatio (played by series star David Caruso) will get into a gunfight with the bad guys while visiting a Miami jewelry shop to investigate a kidnapping — and Speed will be killed in the resulting shootout, the site says.

    Cochrane reportedly wanted to be written out of the show earlier — and this is certainly one way to accomplish that.
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    Eh, no big deal. Most of the CSIs on the Miami edition just don't really elicit a strong reaction one way or the other, probably because most of the characters have bland personalities.
     
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    This is too bad...

    I always felt that Speedle was more talented than Cane.
     
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    So that is who they will get rid of.

    I wonder if they will get another actor to join the cast.

    Jesse, CSI: Miami will continue to be on the air on CBS for a while as long as it's Monday ratings don't drop too much from where they are at (also CSI: Miami has won over Third Watch and Crossing Jordan in that 10 pm ET/PT slot on Mondays when either show was on Monday against CSI Miami).
     

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