Saturday, June 7, 2008

CSI Dream Interpretation Guide

For one of my Law & Order blogs, I put together a Law & Order Dream Interpretation Guide to help fans make sense of what it means when they dream of a Law & Order character.

Since there are millions of CSI fans out there, it made perfect sense to do the same thing for the CSI franchise shows. So here’s your handy guide to the CSI Dream Interpretation Guide. Don’t go to sleep without it!


CSI
Gil Grissom (William Petersen): Gil represents detachment. If you a man dreaming of Gil, it means that you just want to be left alone. If you’re a woman dreaming of Gil, it means you just want to be left alone, too. If you have a hobby and you dream of Gil, be careful your hobby doesn't become an obsession.

Warrick Brown (Gary Dourdan): Dreaming of Warrick means that you are taking chances or gambling with someone or something important to you. Be very careful before proceeding. Oh, and remember, trust no one.

Nick Stokes (George Eads) You are having some serious concerns about your hair. If you’re a woman, you may not know how to style it. If you’re a man, you think you are losing it too fast. Seek help from a professional hair stylist.

Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger): Did you wear something to work or a party that was too revealing? Probably so. If Catherine appears in your dream, it means that your wardrobe may be completely inappropriate for the work you do or the life you lead.

Captain Jim Brass (Paul Guilfoyle): You have done something very, very bad and it will catch up with you someday. If you are sure you haven’t done anything wrong, then seeing Jim Brass in a dream will make you sure that you never will.

Greg Sanders (Eric Szmanda): No mater what you seem to do with your appearance, people think you’re a bit of a nerd. Oh wait, you ARE a nerd.

Dr. Al Robbins (Robert David Hall): You have a habit of doing or saying completely inappropriate things in the wrong places. Still, no one seems to mind because deep down they think you are hilarious. Either that, or you or you are dead.

Sara Sidle (Jorja Fox): You are sucking the life force out of everyone around you. You could be depressed. Seek professional help immediately, or leave town ASAP so as not to bring down those around you!

Dave Phillips (David Berman) : For some reason, you’re just feeling “super.”

David Hodges (Wallace Langham): You believe that you are smart and that you exude confidence. Truth is, you annoy the living daylights out of everyone around you, probably because they just don’t really understand you. You want very much to be liked, but you may be trying too hard.


CSI NY

Detective Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise): You may be taking life too seriously. Lighten up and let loose! If you are dreaming Mac has lost his legs, you’re afraid that you’ve done something in your life that people will never, never let you forget.

Stella Bonasera (Melina Kanakaredes): If you’re a woman dreaming of Stella, it could represent that you spend way too much time styling your hair. If you’re a man, you just want to keep dreaming.

Danny Messer (Carmine Giovinazzo): You are overly emotional and have a short fuse. You may also be unintentionally playing around with the emotions of those around you. Be mindful of the feelings of others.

Sheldon Hawkes (Hill Harper): You feel the need to make a career change. Either that, or you may feel that you need to improve your health because it may prevent you from reaching the morgue too soon.

Detective Don Flack (Eddie Cahill): If you are a woman, you don’t want to wake up right away. If you’re a man, you don’t want to wake up right away either because he is just so...so...pretty.

Lindsay Monroe (Anna Belknap): If you a woman, you may be a little too na├»ve. If you’re a man, you could be feeling guilty for a relationship gone bad.

Dr. Sid Hammerback (Robert Joy): Time to get some new eyewear. Maybe a pair of glasses that split at the middle? Either that, or you might be dead.


CSI Miami
Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso): If you are a man, dreaming of Horatio means you could be showing tendencies of megalomania. And, for some reason, you think some people just don’t like you and are talking and writing nasty things about you behind your back. Seek professional help immediately. Better yet, go out and buy yourself a good pair of sunglasses, they’ll make you feel more powerful. If you are a woman dreaming of Horatio, wake up, it’s a nightmare!

Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez): Dreaming of Delko may mean that your brain is feeling taxed and overworked. Don’t worry about it, because you probably won’t remember the dream when you wake.

Dr. Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander): You are afraid you are going to lose your job. Either that, or you might be dead.

Detective Frank Tripp (Rex Linn): You are getting tired of playing second banana. Stand up for yourself!

Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo): You have a feeling that people think that you really don’t serve much of a purpose or that you are worthless. They could be right.

Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter): Did someone turn on the air conditioner? You are feeling awfully cold.

Yelina Salas (Sofia Milos): If you are a woman, people perceive you as a user and manipulator. If you’re a man, someone is using YOU. Be especially wary of an in-law.

Tim Speedle (Rory Cochrane): Someone is trying to give you a message from the grave. Pay attention to what they are telling you.

Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue): If you are dreaming of Natalia, it could mean that you overslept. Your brain is trying to explain the bright orange glow of the sun shining on your eyes. Wake up!


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2 comments:

Sara said...

Dreaming or awake, CSI: NY has by far the best looking cast starting at the top with Gary Sinise. There is not a bad looking actor working here.

As for CSI: Miami, I had a dream that Jonathan Togo left the show. Then I woke up and realized it was alas, a bad dream. I don't care for the "Ryan" character--I was too terribly spoiled by Rory Cochrane's performance in that role and will always be drawing comparisons.

As for Lt. Horatio Caine, wish I had more time to dream about him.

Cole said...

Dreaming about HoCaine?
YUCK!