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TV Guide: Did you guys talk about it before you decided to go? Helgenberger: I don't know if he said he was moving on in so many words.
I know that a part of me is in denial about Billy leaving. I didn't realize how much I've been avoiding facing the reality of CSI without him.
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Roseanne’s self-indulgent moment of insanity on Twitter cost a lot of people a lot of money – and security. Photo Credit: BACKGRID-USA We always knew Jason Schwartzman, 33, was a little eccentric- but totally lovable.
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Word came this summer that his character, Gil Grissom, will be replaced by a new CSI, played by Laurence Fishburne. Marg Helgenberger: Catherine would love to have a roll in the sack with Grissom! Petersen: Maybe I'll have my stand-in do my last scenes. Every once in a while, I look across at somebody in a scene and think, "This is weird. Petersen: The Chicago theater community breathlessly awaits my return. Helgenberger: I remember a scene in the season finale of Season 3. Petersen: I'm in my little room waiting to go in for this surgery…Helgenberger : And he's got this little hospital gown on, and I come to say something, and we have this tender moment in the doorway. Petersen: I think it's going be fine creatively for the audience and for the story and for the character. TV Guide: As you count down your time together, what do you think you'll miss most about each other?
As the countdown begins for Petersen's last 10 episodes, we sat down with him and longtime costar Marg Helgenberger (who plays colleague Catherine Willows) to reminisce about their days together and ponder their futures apart. Petersen: They have this understanding with each other. Helgenberger: I try not to think about that last scene. We've had a lot of changes in the show these past years, and this is a big one. This is one of my last times working with you." And then you have to say, "Forget about that." TV Guide: How will you say farewell? But at the same time, I knew I needed to go do something. Helgenberger: I do remember it coming up in years past, but [it] wasn't given a whole lot of validity. (This fall, Petersen will star in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's production of for an occasional visit? Shooting [the season premiere] was the most difficult nine days I've had in nine seasons on CSI. Petersen: The fact that we've done this for nine seasons and still like each other, and still want to work with each other, is an amazing thing.