The Hunger Games return with such a sequel twist that you can't believe writer Suzanne Collins didn't think of film when writing. Catching Fire builds up with all types of subversive messaging which is interesting but also brings into relief the limitations of the genre and film.
The eternal question: Why did the man in the raccoon suit cross the road?
EditSeason 4, Episode 9: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
The three ingrediants to make lava flow. In fifth grade I built one of these as my science fair project it was awesome. First place should been mine. They ended up giving it to some kid with some lame red ant colony. That was you!
EditSeason 4, Episode 10: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
I'll give you a hammer for a screw ...
EditSeason 4, Episode 15: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
You don't have a personal life?
Write this down: I haven't had sex in six ... no ... seven months.
How can I help?
EditSeason 4, Episode 16: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
I can't tell you how long they've been there or how often the guy changes his shorts. You know, I knew guys who could go up to four days on one single pair of tighty whities.
Thanks for putting that picture in my brain.
EditSeason 4, Episode 20: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
I just made Lieutenant. I've got nothing to prove.
A man with nothing to prove. That's a first.
EditSeason 5, Episode 4: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
We all live in glass houses,Catherine, you gotta be careful where you take your shower.
EditSeason 5, Episode 5: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
I've analysed condoms before, Greg. Just not in bulk.
EditSeason 5, Episode 11: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
You know I think you should drop the accent.
I can't. I'm English.
EditSeason 5, Episode 24: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
You know, Tina doesn't like me carrying a gun. I play down the fact that I'm a cop when I'm with her anyway.
Yeah, yeah, you play the scientist card: You're a "copologist".