Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
On another blog someone thinks that "CREEP" by Radiohead is the most fitting song describing Icon of Idiocy David Caruso, (http://davidcarusorevealed.blogspot.com/2008/09/david-caruso-creep.html) we googled "David Caruso is a creep." We came up with staggering 7.210 entries/results...and among those the following hilarious comment:
Re: Celebs/Stars that Creep You Out ...
David Caruso...who....talks.......like...thissss...gives me the heebs. I change the channel whenever they're on anything. I don't really like redheaded guys. He has really weird looks and he constantly faces one way and looks abnormally the other. Maybe he thinks his profile shot is great, but it isn't.....
Quote of the day - "....Damn! I was so hoping he was dead. Can't stand Caruso, but like the CSI shows....(http://popwatch.ew.com/popwatch/2008/09/csi-miami-premi.html?xid=rss-popwatch-20080923-'CSI%20Miami'%20season%20premiere:%20Realism%20not%20included!)
Sunday, September 28, 2008
I don't understand how a good actor like Emily Proctor, who had such mighty powers playing Ainsley Hayes in The West Wing, could sit happily on this show. Perhaps it's just a steady job for someone whose career never really took off? See Gary Sinise in CSI: New York or Anthony LaPaglia in the other American cop show.
But David Caruso aka HoCaine... man he is more mole than man.
David Caruso/HoCaine is unable to hold his neck upright for extended periods of time, he always speaks in a smooth, cool, drawl which sounds like something the hunky plumber in a cheap porno might use. He never looks people in the eye, but always over his shoulder and down his nose.
I feel like David Caruso really likes his role a little too much, like Kiefer Sutherland with Jack Bauer. I think he might be the only person in the show who takes it all seriously.
I hope that one day CSI will get a little postmodern and one of the suspects in an investigation will break out of character and laugh at one of Caruso's cheesy lines!
Saturday, September 27, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
And HERE it is! Refreshingly open and honest!
...CSI: Miami was a complete failure. There was an interview yesterday where they were talking about how David Caruso gets so much ish, and he doesn't do any interviews anymore. Well here's a piece of advice if he didn't suck at acting and make his character into a complete joke maybe more people would watch it, and actually think he was good at what he did. But then again it's hard to turn something that's been a joke for almost 5 years into something good....
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Sometimes certain ideas have two fathers - or so it seems.
We know neither one party nor the other. And we are not one of those bloggers who offer unasked advice or lecture people to death with endless sermons. However, we are more then ready to play the devil's advocate and give this matter the the room it deserves.
We have already stated that we don't think too highly of the online-newsletter called "RED". It is amateurish at best - something a pre-adolescent would produce. It is nothing to write home about. Every high-school newspaper is more exciting and informative than Emily Malones piece of bordeom.
This following e-mail/letter was received by another blogger. It is from the person that alerted her in the first place that Emily Malone might be playing a dirty game as far as "RED" is concerned.
This letter/e-mail is the way it was received. Draw your own conclusions. We already have:
"Well I found this other N/L and decided to find out more, and that is what the lady told me? She appears to be a lovely lady, and told me that Miss Malone had befriended her, and so she confided in her about her idea, and she loved it, and said she had wanted to be a part of it, but because she was only the 'Assistant Editor'wanted more, and after an argument, which appeared to be pre planned parted ways with it. She had had several apologies I am told - just to ease the situation, but refused and all of a sudden she was bringing one out, called the silly title.
I have seen hers and I think it is very amateur ish, but the other main thing is, I am told this other ladys has been in planning for a while, and when it was due out, several obstacles were put in her way to stop its launch, which I think is very unfair on the lady.
Miss Malone should realise that it is unfair to steal other people's ideas just because she never thought of it herself. She seemingly has no intention of mentioning her problem, (Giving credit) and has also SLATED the title of the original ladys project, which I think is incredibly unfair.
I for one, like I said, am looking forward to the Ladys one coming out, and the 'approved' one that Mr Caruso has given himself.
Like I also said I think calling someone by that name is incredibly disrespectful."
Whether there will be a da capo to this story or not remains to be seen. Either way, it shines a not too favourable light on a publication which turned out to be a huge disappointment for one or the other involved ...
Quote of the day -"...I can't stand David Caruso, and the stupid fast-paced dumbed-down, blinged-up miami version, but I keep watching because I feel sorry for them or something.."(http://www.flickr.com/photos/philatkin/2182613872/)
CSI Miami (Season 7) - Beyond the logic
- Not a scene where he is not held his legs apart, his head leaning slightly on its side, motionless in the midst of a crime scene, looking not the person to whom it is addressed, but a point somewhere on the horizon.
- Not a scene where Caruso does not withdraw its sunglasses with a slow any theater.
- Not a scene where he delivered a replica of more than five words: the more often a completely final sentence sounds like the end of a lesson in morality. At this stage, the dialogues are provided almost entirely by other actors, Caruso were glad to be there.
Worse, many look to the heroes of former NYPD Blue, it has a sincere sadness. He suddenly aged. We will not reverse its dark period where he was an alcoholic outcast in Hollywood but it has left its mark. On several occasions, we feel that it was difficult to stand, it is unsteady on his feet when he plays it pursues a criminal. This impression of unease is not even compensated by the parade of creatures, all perfect and more sophisticated one than the others. The season 6 was arrested leaving the plot open. The first episode, which is the chronological and fall, do not reward for having waited so long.
Quote of the day - "... That line was a heaping hunk of epic fail, rivaled in tastelessness only by the idea of David Caruso in a thong and pasties..." (http://laguera25.livejournal.com/409469.html)
Status: Still yet-to-be-launched. But if you want to see a really amazing three-minute-plus promotional video that doesn't show you what a company does, you can find it here.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
More often than not those newsletters are not worth the time it takes to read them. Such an example is "RED" - published a few days ago by a David Caruso fan. A very insightful review about it is available on http://davidcarusoandme.blogspot.com/2008/09/david-caruso-red-redder-boring.html
Now it appears that the idea for the newsletter is not so new after all. A poster on Showhype claims that the idea has been stolen from her. Which would make the author of the newsletter, Emily Malone a plagiarist. Interesting story.
Even if we don't know the players nor the background story we find it interesting enough to post the comment in question:
...Whats been failed to mention is I understand that Miss Malone has stolen the idea from another lady, who helped with his previous Newsletter and is also currently about to lauch his NEW Newsletter with his FULL approval. When Miss Malone found this out I am told, she wanted the credit herself, and so Red was born, but I understand the soon to be released Newsletter is THE first and only approved one, and had it not been for this one she would never had the idea.Red, as well, I would have thought, is rather like being bullied because of his hair colour and not suitable for a title? (http://showhype.com/story/david_caruso_red_redder_boring/#cid7265)
For those who are interested there is also an article available on:
Quote of the day - "..David Caruso makes me want to hunt him down and give a big alligator a snack.."(http://blog.liedel.org/?p=2368)
Monday, September 22, 2008
Look at the picture! Have we ever seen David Caruso/HoCaine show SOOOO MUCH EMOTION - LOL? That is more than the unlucky late Marisol ever got...
Look at the picture again...
WHAT might Icon of Idiocy David Caruso have been thinking while shooting this scene
*Oh no, she has dandruff!
Why don't you visit our latest poll on ZIMBIO and tell us what YOU think HE might be thinking!
Quote of the day - ..The CSI sans David Caruso - that man drives me crazy..ick!"(http://harmonystables.blogspot.com/2008/09/fall-tv-after-last-seasons-writers.html)
Then came CSI: Miami with David Caruso, the man who refuses to face someone when he speaks to them and who has his sunglasses permanently welded to his face. I like the others on the show but David just plain sucks. No personality at all.
Quote of the day - "...And we chose Gary Dourdan entirely at random. Good job we didn’t pick David Caruso, really - just look what being in CSI has done to his hair..."
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Or will a comet destroy the earth?
Saturday, September 20, 2008
...David Caruso stars as Horatio Caine. It's amazing this guy could even get a job after he left "NYPD Blue." As you might recall, he thought he was going on to bigger and better things after that TV drama. I have never watched this show, and would not, even at gun point. The most I have seen of it are clips on YouTube wherein Mr. Caruso makes a pithy remark and then either puts on his sunglasses, takes off his sunglasses or walks off camera....
A collection of interesting David Caruso articles can be found on:
And not to forget our fun-polls...
Quote of the day - "I think someone shot Horatio, can anyone really stand David Caruso?..." (http://procrastinationchronicles.com/2008/09/20/next-week-922/)
While nitwit/dojo bores the Internet with her toothless little rants ( Where does she get her retarded ideas from
anyway??) WE have something REALLY funny/entertaining to offer!
Prepare your sunglasses!
The GREAT LISA DE MORAES, the renowed Washington Post and WE have decides to dedicate a whole day to ICON OF IDIOCY DAVID CARUSO.....What better way to start a day than with THE FOLLOWING???
Lisa de Moraes: Monday, the start of the seventh glorious season of "CSI: Miami," we have declared David Caruso Day -� a 24-hour tribute to the most underappreciated thespian in the primetime firmament. It's something like that National Talk Like a Pirate Day -- which, in one of those incredible coincidences that makes covering TV such a paranormal experience, is today! On David Caruso Day you don't have wear an eye patch or say "Aargh!" all day long. Instead, you get to hiss pithy, mockable one-liners while leering over the top of your Maui Jim's, and generally muck about like an actor who, early in his career may have gotten to fill in for the lead role of Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" on Broadway for six months, but who is coming to the realization the defining role of his career is a vocabulary-challenged cop saddled with the name Horatio. Additionally, we invite you to send an essay "What David Caruso Day Means to Me" to the TV Column's invaluable colleague Emily Yahr. And, we encourage you to send photos and video of you participating in David Caruso Day, which should also be sent to poor Emily's e-mail address. We will share the submissions with you on the chat next Friday. So here, with thanks to the many TV Column chatters who have contributed their suggestions, are the OFFICIAL DAVID CARUSO DAY RULES:
Maui Jim sunglasses must be worn all day. Outfit should ideally also include a dark expensive suit (Armani for verisimilitude), dress shirt, no tie, badge, and a Hummer for transportation. When speaking, head must be cocked to one side, hands on hips (aka Caruso Handles).
If you are using more than 10 words in a sentence while speaking, you are doing it wrong.
The more the mundane the spoken sentence, the more it must be delivered with the slit-eyed intensity of a man who has just cornered John Dillinger -- or, if you prefer, the slit-eyed intensity of Laurence Olivier as Heathcliff. The goal here is to make William Shatner look well-modulated. Less mundane sentences spoken in the course of the day (example: "Boss, you can take this job and shove it.") may be delivered with only a pseudo-grim look.
When calling someone by name in a conversation, participants must follow that person's name with an extremely pregnant pause. Example: "Frank (pause, pause, pause) it looks like the Xerox machine is broken again." When the topic of conversation is very serious, the person must be addressed by their full name ("Francis" instead of Frank). Address women you work with as "Ms" followed by last name, never by their first name.
At least 75 percent of statements made in the course of the day by participants must be delivered as a question. Example: "It's ... cold outside?"
At least once per hour, you must open your cell phone abruptly, dial a number, tensely whisper terse instructions into the phone and slap the phone shut -- before the call could possibly have connected to the person you dialed.
When speaking to someone at length, you must first address the person's feet, then slowly look up and, before making eye contact, look away, then walk out of the frame. Exception: It is acceptable to look a small child in the eye.
Appear in places when you are least expected, especially to confront your nemesis, who is hopefully from another country, like Brazil. When your nemesis finally spots you, smirk, call out his/her name, say you are coming to get him or her, then immediately disappear. Here are two more clips for inspiration: David Caruso Day-worthy takes by Jim Carrey and the "Sesame Street" team. For advanced instruction, attend the David Caruso School of Acting. Good luck!
Former "CSI" fan: Yo, I used to watch all three "CSI" shows. Now I hate them with a passion. I love this David Caruso Day idea! Can we also vote for the best David Caruso moments in "CSI: Miami"? ?
Lisa de Moraes: Glad you like David Caruso Day and I like the idea of voting for best David Caruso Moments. I will see if we can get a poll set up. And, in re "Grey's Anatomy" and "Lost" -- maybe we need term limits?
?: How can someone be so briliant as to write those fabulous rules for David Caruso Day and not appreciate "Swingtown" or "Friday Night Lights"? Not that I'm suggesting the former had the quality of the latter ... but still, it was pretty good, and the only thing I've watched on CBS in years!
Lisa de Moraes: "Swingtown" wasn't swingy enough for me -- wish it had been on pay cable. And "Friday Night Lights" is just too glutinous for me. But thanks in re the David Caruso Rules but, to be honest, chatters and some of my sources contributed mightily to the list....
LET THE SNARKING BEGIN!!!!!
Friday, September 19, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
No, he couldn't act his way out of a wet paper sack. I think he's only got two moods: Angry and Pissed.
Caruso is terribly painful to watch. My sister and I laugh at the idiocy/crack that is Miami.
Either David Caruso or the director of CSI Miami, preferably both, must go away. Soon.
On the set:
Caruso: "Aaaaaaaaaah. But theey didn't teell yooou about the caaaandlestick hooolder."
Director: "David, put more purr in your lines! Puuuuurrrrrrrrrr them, I say!"
Quote of the day - ......The issue is David Caruso is overacting. Everytime he rips off those glasses in dramatic flare I want to hit him in the head. (http://www.simplystating.com/2008/too-much-csimiami/)
Monday, September 15, 2008
Vous avez sans doute déjà vu un épisode des Experts Miami avec pour chef d'équipe des CSI Horatio Caine alias David Caruso. N'avez vous jamais remarqué que ce dernier a toujours la tête penché sur le coté????
je pense savoir pourquoi:
En effet David Caruso a fait ses débuts au ciné dans le cultissime Rambo: the first Blood
de fait lorsque note héros de Guerre est traumatisé par la vue des rasoirs lui rappellant les tortures Vietnamiennes, qu'il a subit, il tabassent ses géoliers afin de retrouver sa liberté.
Ainsi David Caruso, alors simple bleu dans la police, a du se prendre une trop grosse mendale dans la tronche qui lui a decalé 2, 3 vertebres, ce qui l'oblige à penché la tête sur le côté. Tout s'explique.... Grumly