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Harnois: Romance on cards for Brody

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation star Elisabeth Harnois has teased that her character Morgan Brody may see a little love in her life.

There have been hints of a romance between the CSI agent and colleagues Nick Stokes (George Eads), David Hodges (Wallace Langham) and Greg Sanders (Eric Szmanda) over previous series, and the actress hinted that there could be more to come.

"You're going to see more confusion about what she really wants. She's in a place in her life where she's attracted to many different types of men, three in particular, and she has her crush moments with each one of them. There's an interesting storyline coming up for her and one of the guys, which shows where her heart really is," the actress teased.

"It's kind of hard for CSIs to get together since it's not really allowed, but they'll ride that fine line. It gets complicated. Some questions are answered and new ones are brought up. There's definitely some romance suggested, but that's all I'm going to say."

Elisabeth, who joined the show in 2011, is excited for the upcoming 14th season as well.

"We're shooting a crazy finale right now that is a fun storyline for Morgan. There's a lot more to come. You'll see. It's going to get a little crazy," she teased.

"Based on the scary cliff-hanger we are shooting, I'm really excited to see what is going to happen. I hope they explore more of the father-daughter relationship and her pretty dark past because they've hinted in previous episodes at how she was a rebellious kid, and I would like to see some of the backstory there. The writers have told me they enjoy writing this complicated relationship and its healing, which they haven't done before."

:: The 13th season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation continues on Tuesday nights on Channel 5.

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