I find myself unable to stomach CSI: Miami's combination of fetishized gore, glossy decor, and David Caruso's underplayed overacting. But I find this fan video, a labor of love & hate, oddly compelling. Distilling the tone of the show down to Caruso's mannered one-liners punching the teaser into the credits, this endless juxtaposition highlights the essence of such procedurals: all is formula and ritual, presenting exactly what we expect each week with just enough variation to keep us enthralled. Caruso's variations are subtle - on what word will he pause inappropriately? When will he put the shades back on? How will he make make light of a murder with utter seriousness, and strip a joke of all humor? Perhaps what makes this video for me is my ability to identify with Roger Daltrey's cut-off howl, a mocking rimshot of ambiguous disgust or approval endlessly replayed. Is this the work of a dedicated fan or an even more dedicated anti-fan? Was it made to mock or celebrate, cause pleasure or pain? Or, as Horatio Crane might say: remember that in Miami... (pause to put on sunglasses) the pleasure is the pain.