I promise to be back with part two of The Movie (just wait till I get to the love scenes, people), but in the meantime, you should all go read this:
If TV Science was more like Real Science
HA HA HA HA HA!
I would like to add that one of the reasons I got tired of CSI was because of the exposition-driven conversations the field agents and the lab techs. Because while I realize that the writers have to have a way to explain the science to the viewing audience, actual scientists do not have conversations like this:
FIELD AGENT: Can you test this for DNA?
LAB TECH: You mean you want me to examine this human hair sample and see if there are any residual skin cells which contain DNA?
FIELD AGENT: Yes, exactly. I would like to examine this genetic material called DNA, the "blueprint of life," to see if there is a match between the DNA on the hair sample and the DNA of our suspect.
LAB TECH: And if there is a match, that would mean our suspect is guilty, because aside from identical twins, no two people share the exact same DNA.
FIELD AGENT: Exactly.
Just once, I want the lab tech to say, "Why are you explaining the purpose of a fingerprint analysis to me? I do this for a living, you know."