AKA CSI: Cheese Factor 9000
I guess this is the problem with us old farts: we start watching a show when it comes out, and it's really good, unique, captivating. We get atatched to the characters as if they're real people. Then a decade goes by. There're three spin offs and a hundred copycats. Instead of letting the show die a noble healthy death the networks keep flogging it along. Now the CSI techs have make believe computers and their lab work takes 3,000 times less than reality, denying the actual physics upon which the show based its integrity.
So: you stop watching. You get over your trepidation and pull up the BBC. You have to get used to a lab scene without 2-4 split screen windows and techno music. And you hit paydirt.
IF YOU ARE NOT WATCHING LUTHER YOU ARE FIRED.