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Gary Sinise and Ted Danson, CSI and CSI: NY Crossover in 2013

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Here’s one way to celebrate the Chinese New Year for 2013. Plan to watch a CSI and CSI: NY two-part crossover set to premier this coming February.

Can your television handle Gary Sinise and Ted Danson together?

This is how it will all go down. CSI starts things off the right way, initiating the storyline during the first hour. The all new episode will feature a visit from CSI: NY‘s lead detective, Mac Taylor, as acted by Gary Sinise, when he travels to Las Vegas to surprise his girlfriend Christine, acted by Megan Dodds. Romance kicks of the crossover, but a possible homicide fuels it from there. Christine winds up missing! Surely Ted Danson’s D.B. Russell can assist with the search.

The second hour is an all new episode of on CSI: NY, which unfolds as Russell heads back to New York with Mac when Christine’s trail leads the detectives to the big apple.

There was a similar crossover way back in 2009 featuring CSI: Miami. Remember that? But CSI: Miami is no more, having ended in 2012.

Part 1 of the crossover hits on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10/9c with Part 2 following on Friday, Feb. 8 at 9/8c.

The original CSI, which makes its home in Vegas has been on the air for 13 lucky seasons. Stokes, Hodges and Brass are still on board. Even Sara Sidle is on for the whole season. The series was created by Anthony E. Zuiker. Watch out because tonight’s episode is called “CSI on Fire”.

Don’t forget that January welcomes tennis stars Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport as guest stars on CSI.

CSI: NY is enjoying their 9th season on CBS. The November 16 episode was called “Late Admissions” and revolved around the world of performance enhancing drugs. I doubt Lance Armstrong was watching. The November 30 episode is called “Blood Out”.

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Sasha Nova is a fan of Marvel Comics, science fiction films and bright nail polish. A list of her published, short, speculative fiction stories can be discovered over at her blog: nikanors-inn.livejournal.com.

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