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CSI: NY Rob Morrow Cast in Season Opener
In their ongoing campaign to misrepresent how Crime Scene Investigation actually works, CSI: NY will focus on a string of arsons in their CSI: NY season 9 opener. Reeled in to assist Gary Sinise and company with their over-the-top forensic shenanigans will be a “firebug” expert, Rob Morrow.
I’m sure the CSI: NY season 9 premiere will be a thrill a minute: Fires, explosions, fires, children in danger, NYFD firefighters and fires. And Rob Morrow.
What does it all mean for the former centerpiece of Northern Exposure? Rob Morrow expands his quiet dynasty over TV. That’s what it means.
Numb3rs was, of course, Rob’s latest home. What a happy home it was. It had a healthy six-season run, just enough to tickle the whiskers of syndication, and then bowed out. He then gravitated over to one of the legal procedural dramas that tend to spawn like tribbles every few years, The Whole Truth.
In The Whole Truth, Rob featured prominently, and Jerry Bruckheimer’s muscle was behind the project. With all that and Maura Tierney too, you’d think that show was a shoo-in for renewal, but sadly no. Even with the producer of Pearl Harbor and Pirates of the Caribbean behind it, The Whole Truth succumbed to a fatal case of being a drama on ABC.
It passed from this world and, for our purposes, Rob Morrow did too. He stayed away from any and all criminal activity, real or imagined, for a full year. The only glimpse we got of him was in The Good Doctor, a sleepy little thriller starring Orlando Bloom.
Now he’s back because New York City will be blazing for a few episodes, and Lord knows that we don’t have a decent fire department in that burg to defeat the problem. We need to call on police department lab rats and Rob Morrow.
No objection here. Rob’s had some good runs, and if CSI: NY season nine is going to be the last one, it’ll be nice to get him in while the getting’s good.