'CSI: Miami' Actress Says She's Velma of 'Scooby Doo'

Aug 7, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BuddyTV

“Without a doubt, I'm Velma. 'Everyone get in the van! We gotta go! Quit fooling around!' and Horatio [ David Caruso ] is Fred, and Alexx [ Khandi Alexander ] is Daphne-she even wore the head scarf!”

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Sheryl

AOL

#1 Aug 12, 2007
Cute piece. Love the show, love emily & david & khandi, and the rest. "Scooby Doo" kind of fits, though.
Sara

Lewisville, TX

#3 Aug 14, 2007
Sara 2 is also VIXEN, The Internet Cockroach. She disparages David Caruso every opportunity she gets by posting under a multitude of disguises and fake id's. Go to the Roach Motel Vixen--you know, that place where roaches check-in, but they never check out.
Wendy

AOL

#5 Aug 15, 2007
What Sara 2 doesn't understand is that this isn't about Caruso (note her postings). This is about HER.
Sara 2 - most of us don't need proof of anything. IT DOESN'T MATTER. We already know his personal life is NONE OF OUR BUSINESS. And, how do any of YOUR rantings make Caruso a 'trouble-maker'?
Sara 2

Tijuana, Mexico

#6 Aug 15, 2007
My opinion. Just as valid as yours.It is his reputation. I don't believe the contrite show he puts on every time someone pushes a microphone into his face. It is an act.
Sara

Coppell, TX

#7 Aug 15, 2007
Sara 2/VIXEN was rejected by David Caruso after he realized that she was stalking him. Way to go David!

Hell hath no fury like VIXEN scorned!
Sarah2

Tijuana, Mexico

#8 Aug 15, 2007
Really, how do you know????
Joslyn

AOL

#9 Aug 15, 2007
I know some of you have no respect for David or any of us, and beyond any reasonable dialogue, but you others:

Please stop trading jabs with her/them! It's offensive to those who legitimately post here and it's an injustice to David.
Joslyn

AOL

#13 Aug 15, 2007
NO DIFFERENCE AT ALL!

Since: Aug 07

Oregon

#16 Aug 23, 2007
Sara 2 wrote:
Why does everybody always insist that everything is okay? That is proof at leat for me that there isn't. But then Caruso is known to be a trouble-maker.
This thread was in response to Emily's recent article (link above).

Yet, within 2 postings, we've descended once again into cat fights among the posters.

Please stick to the topic at hand. If you have a thoughtful critique, we'd love to hear it and discuss it.

If you're here simply to harrass, under various names, then please restrain yourself and find another avenue for your frustrations.
Sara

Plano, TX

#17 Aug 23, 2007
For the uninitiated on this thread, Vixen, Caruso's stalker, is using the following names: RLC, Sara2, Sarah 2. Same stalker, 3 different names. In other threads on this forum, she posts as Angel Wings 5.
Sara

Plano, TX

#18 Aug 23, 2007
Vixen has recently been using an ISP that shows her location to be in Mexico and/or Southern California. Another dead give away is the negative tone and the atrocious spelling and syntax of Vixen's posts.
KRoseLynn

Peoria, IL

#19 Aug 23, 2007
I rather liked the article.
Although I think her comparison of Horatio to Fred was a little bit of a streach. But, Fred's a good guy, as far a remember. So maybe that's what she was comparing, the fact that both Horatio and Fred are good guys.
Haven't watched Scooby Doo in eons.
Anonymous

Tijuana, Mexico

#24 Aug 23, 2007
Bennu wrote:
<quoted text>
This thread was in response to Emily's recent article (link above).
Yet, within 2 postings, we've descended once again into cat fights among the posters.
Please stick to the topic at hand. If you have a thoughtful critique, we'd love to hear it and discuss it.
If you're here simply to harrass, under various names, then please restrain yourself and find another avenue for your frustrations.
WHO is frustrated? It seems to me you are a bit tense. Different people different opinions.

Since: Aug 07

Oregon

#26 Aug 23, 2007
Also SunnyMind and Anonymous. Plus all the oldies but goodies which she seems to have abandoned.

I see both see and Cole have new items on the sites (no, Vix, I'm not going to hit either one).

She's been a busy girl today, trying to defend her various (good?) names on various sites. That takes a lot of work, but it keeps her out of her for awhile.
sam

AOL

#27 Aug 23, 2007
KRoseLynn wrote:
I rather liked the article.
Although I think her comparison of Horatio to Fred was a little bit of a streach. But, Fred's a good guy, as far a remember. So maybe that's what she was comparing, the fact that both Horatio and Fred are good guys.
Haven't watched Scooby Doo in eons.
I agree, the Fred/Horatio analogy was a stretch, but the piece was cute nonetheless.

Scooby Doo isn't on my watch list, but the kids love it and I sure remember it. It's been on forever.

Since: Aug 07

Oregon

#29 Aug 23, 2007
Oops. Should have been "I see both she......."

It helps to reread it before hitting that button.
KRoseLynn

Peoria, IL

#30 Aug 23, 2007
No, voicing an opinion is not harrassment. Your right there, Vixin.
But, for an opinion to be valid as such it has to have had some thought behind it.
It's not a statement meant to hurt the person your talking about.
What your statements, which are not oppinions, do is try to wound the subject. Therefore, you are not stating your opinions.

Get it? There is a difference between shooting off at the mouth and voicing an opinion.

Opinion means - the view somebody takes about a certain issue, especially when it is based solely on personal judgment. Microsoft word dictionary.

All you do is name call and try and defame.
See the difference?

Saying it's your opinion is getting a bit old.
In my opinion.

Since: Aug 07

Oregon

#31 Aug 23, 2007
One of the problems, in my estimation, with the internet and access to every minute detail of a person's life is that our natural tendency to be judgmental increases by leaps and bounds.

We have all the blogs, all the websites, all the bottom-feeding media constantly in our face; twisting, distorting, conjecturing, without much fear of reprisals.

There's not enough money on this planet to expose myself and/or my family to the hysteria and neuroses exaggerated by the internet presence.

I empathize with these celebrities who just want to do their jobs and go home to their family.
And, no, I don't mean Brit, Paris, Nicole, et al.

An acquaintance of mine is one of those who doesn't seek the limelight except when she's doing a film; yet, she's constantly hounded by media, can't even take her baby daughter out without being harrassed. Of course, her hubby's an even bigger name, so when the 3 are out together it's insanity.

She only truly relaxes when she's back in her hometown where she's still known as "the kid" and her celebrity means little.
KRoseLynn

Peoria, IL

#32 Aug 23, 2007
Bennu,
I can't imangine how difficult it must be for her. Never to have any privacy unless she's in her home town. I don't know if I could handle that.

I think about me going to work, you know? And when I'm tired and just want to go home and take a bath and spend time with those I love, if I had the paparazzi hounding me, flashing bulbs in my face and all that, I'd go insane. I mean, I love my work, it's what I want to do with my life. It involves helping people physically and emotionally. It's what I choose to do. My work doesn't include the media.

Being an actress is what she chooses to do. And I'm sure she is one of the excellent ones out there for you speak so highly of her.
But, in my opinion, it shouldn't, it should not, include the invasion of her privacy like that. God, I feel for her. And everyone else hounded by the media.

It's called a private life for a reason. It's supposed to be private, no matter how popular the person is. The fact that everyone in the world knows what kind of underwear you like to wear, or what brand of wine you prefer to drink. Or how many times you've been divorced is just stupid.

Why on earth would people want to know that kind of stuff?

I hope I'm getting accross to you, Bennu, that I'm agreeing with your statement. That I understand what you mean. But, as you've probably already noticed, I can get a bit long winded at times.

So, I agree with you on many points.
Although, I don't have any comments on Brit, Paris, Nicole and the like, because I have no interest in them or what they do, so I just ignore them and news about them.

I have to argue about the statement made earlier somewhere on this board about "Public figure = public life" point of view. It wansn't you, Bennu, who said it. I just want to say that I don't think that is right. EVERYONE has the right to live a private life, no matter what their job happens to be. That's why I don't buy gossip magazines, tabloids, or save any stalkaratzzi photo's, nor do I take the time to even look at them.

I'm interested in David's career and acting talent and letting myself get lost in the CSI: Miami show for an hour once a week. I really don't care how many girlfriends he's had, or where he lives or whatever. I'm a fan of his carreer. And I happen to think he's handsome. I've always been attracted to red-heads.

It's hard to express these things in written words. I hope you're not thinking I'm arguing with you. I'm agreeing with you and I'm trying as well to expand on a few points you've made. I'm really hoping you understand.

This seems to be the new American Passtime.
Nosy busy-bodies.
It's sad that people buy into that garbarge and hide behind the "that's just my opinion" point of view when it's all false. I mean, people who hide behind that point of view are just blindly accepting and repeating what the gossip columnists and tabloid journalist say. It's all made up stories to get people to buy the magazines or to "hit" the site. As if that was the most important thing.

As if they say to themselves "Who cares if it's true, people are buying the magazines, people are hitting the websites!"

But if the media didn't think "the people want to know" would they still stalk celebrities I wonder. So it does make me wonder if the media or the people who buy into the media are more at fault. I guess it really doesn't matter who's to blame, it should stop. Period. But, I know it never will, as long as there are people out there who "want to know" or think "they have a right to know."

How sad.

Anyway, I've enjoyed reading your posts, Bennu. They seem to come from a thinking intellent mind. I look forward to reading more from you. Along with the other thinking intellegent minds on this board. I see there are quite a few of you here, and it's defentatly worth wadding through the other garbage to find it. ;-)
Katie

Maumee, OH

#34 Aug 24, 2007
Bennu wrote:
One of the problems, in my estimation, with the internet and access to every minute detail of a person's life is that our natural tendency to be judgmental increases by leaps and bounds.
We have all the blogs, all the websites, all the bottom-feeding media constantly in our face; twisting, distorting, conjecturing, without much fear of reprisals.
There's not enough money on this planet to expose myself and/or my family to the hysteria and neuroses exaggerated by the internet presence.
I empathize with these celebrities who just want to do their jobs and go home to their family.
And, no, I don't mean Brit, Paris, Nicole, et al.
An acquaintance of mine is one of those who doesn't seek the limelight except when she's doing a film; yet, she's constantly hounded by media, can't even take her baby daughter out without being harrassed. Of course, her hubby's an even bigger name, so when the 3 are out together it's insanity.
She only truly relaxes when she's back in her hometown where she's still known as "the kid" and her celebrity means little.
I'm pretty sure I know who you're talking about. She's from my hometown and everything you said is true.

When she first became noticed by the media and public she was a teen with a hit (I guess) series), but shooting was mostly done on location, so media was more structured.

Since being an LA resident, and more since her marriage and baby, it's been non-stop. She handles it very well, certainly better than I would.

Just recently some celebrity assaulted a scummy photographer. It was interesting to note, that in the comment section under the article, people were 10-1 in favor of the celebrity and against the paparazzi.

When we consider that the majority of people who blog celebrities are in the same league as the paparazzi, looking for attention, it was a surprise to note that even the bloggers despise the paparazzi. That doesn't stop them from buying the rags and reading the idiot blogs, but even they know how absurd it all is.

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