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CSI Pulls The Dresden Files
The former star of the Sci Fi Channel’s The Dresden Files has been pulled into a guest-starring role on CSI. Paul Blackthorne isn’t a stranger to the CSI franchise, having guest starred in an episode of CSI: Miami in 2010, but this is his first time on the original CSI. Currently Blackthorne can be seen as Clark Quietly on ABC’s The River, a found-footage horror TV series.
According to EW, Blackthorne will be playing Tom, a pompous, slick, and charismatic college professor who teaches a very popular class on the nature of celebrity. He has a protégé who uses questionable methods to obtain content for a gossip video blog he runs. Tom’s own methods come into question when the protégé is discovered dead. He defends himself the best he can and offers up no apologies for what he does. It seems like more and more pop culture is bleeding into police procedurals, but it’s never quite in the way that I would prefer. They always focus on the gossip, which I find shallow and flimsy. Of course, maybe CSI plans to look at it from a different angle, making those gossip sites out to be the trash that they are.
Where would we be without celebrities though? As much as I dislike everybody pouring over everything famous people do in their personal lives, even I have to admit it’s strangely fascinating. Everyone deserves their privacy, but if they put themselves out there the way celebrities do then do they forfeit that right?