25 January 2010 1760 Views

CBS Wants To Give You $5,000 For Your Horatio Impression!

by Dan Koelsch

CBS’s hit show CSI has spawned off two spin-offs so far. If there is one thing that we can say the network’s CSI: Miami has left behind as an enternal legacy, it’s the extremely cheesy openers featuring Horatio Caine (played meticiously by David Caruso). Why are they so memorable? Well, I could tell you, or I could show you a massive montage after the jump to really drive the point home.




Caruso’s pattened move of saying a mildly relevant one-liner then putting on his sunglasses (right before the “Yeahhhh!”) has been parodied many times has become an instant internet meme. Even the rest of the show’s cast and Jim Carrey have gotten in on the fun (see video below).





Well, if you are one of those fine people impersonation Horatio, your day has come. If you upload your video of your impression to CBS.com, you could be picked as the best and win $5,000! More details on the site. So, can you do a Horatio impression?




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