I could gently walk back into a skirt and possibly even one day into a dress.
But Amanda is still very bossy, so I have some comfort zone," she says.
When Calleigh, while working a case with Delko, crosses paths with young Austin again, she takes a look at the lad’s life and how it might be better, as well as what’s missing from her own. “I always thought it would be interesting to see what it would be like to work with someone you’re married to,” says Procter.
“I think Calleigh’s probably starting to notice she’s always in the lab, she just only works.” And upon seeing what Austin’s been up to, “She finally realizes if he’s going to be in the foster system, she’d rather he be with her,” says Procter. “She decides she’s going to adopt addition to her life once longtime coworker and sometime flame Delko gets wind of what she’s up to. “And when I find out what’s happening, I offer to take on that responsibility with Calleigh — if she wants me to.” Um, “take on that responsibility with Calleigh”? I hope we’re actually going down the road and see what there is to see as opposed to just imagining it.” But it’s perhaps the ever-patient Delko/Calleigh ‘shippers for whom Procter and Rodriguez are most excited.
“I like to think of us as the of broadcast television,” Procter says with a laugh. ’ — and I’m always as drawn in as the people who watch the storylines.
“We were just the last two left.” Rodriguez recently dubbed the relationship “Delquesne.” “That’s pretty good,” says Procter. If you had him in a personal relationship, inevitably he’d have to expose some of himself, and I just don’t think that, as a character, it works.
“The only reason,” she says, “I could guess that they didn’t put the two of them together would be that he’s a really mystical character.
As fans of CBS’ Monday hit “CSI: Miami” know, CSI Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter) and former CSI Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez) have consummated their long-simmering relationship. It would not be a smooth move.” Asked if she thinks Calleigh and Eric should one day wed, Procter says, “I think it would be fun if it turned into a ‘Mr. “I always think that when you can take the reality of a situation and add the fantasy to it, it’s good.” As for the wedding itself, Procter says, ” Well, it should have lots of Cuban influence. I imagine there would be an infinity pool, and we would stand on top of some sort of platform, watching the water go into the ocean.