Voted number 2 in a CSI top 10 poll on the New Zealand TV3 website. The top ten episodes were played on TV as they were voted for.
Nick has a nickname used by his dad: Poncho
Goof: In the opening scene when Nick is photographing the evidence, the labelling (or film editing!) is out of sync. He puts down the red numbering cones, all the time moving forward - 1 for the entrails (photo still), we don't see 2, then it's 4 for the cigarette (another photo still) and finally 3 for the tyre marks (another photo still).
Warrick mentions his girlfriend Tina in this episode. Later in the sixth season Tina would become Warrick's wife.
Nick's father is a Judge.
The jumpdrive in the package brought to the lab was a red and silver Lexar jumpdrive.
Grissom's calculator (with wich he calculates the amount of air left in Nick's box) is a CASIO fx-570W.
Episode Title: Iced
Is in reference to the term of the same name, meaning 'killed', or 'murdered'.
We learn that David Phillips is engaged.
Sara has been a CSI for eight years.
Goof: The murder kills the two students by drilling a hole through the adjoining wall of the victim's room at floor level, placing 40lbs of dry ice next to the hole, and allowing the sublimating carbon dioxide to pass through the hole into the victim's room and creating a toxic atmosphere. Since the two rooms are at the same air pressure, the only possible way for the CO2 to move from one room to the next is to be pumped through. The melting dry ice would fill up the vacant dorm room where the murderer was before it would flow to the victim's room.
Goof: How did the occupant of the room where the dry ice was placed only burn his index finger when he picked it up? His thumb, other fingers, and palm were all undamaged. Was he wearing special gloves that had only the index finger missing when he picked up the dry ice?
Goof: As has been noted, the problem with pressure differentials will make it impossible to flood someone's room with CO2 from sublimating dry ice anyway, but there is another problem. Dry ice sublimates at -78.5 C. That gas is going to be very, very cold and it will rapidly bring the temperature of the room down to a very uncomfortable level. Before a sleeping person suffocates they would be woken by the freezing cold.
Ecklie reveals that he has allergies, when Robbins offers him one of his siamese kittens.
Goof: When David, Catherine, and Warrick are in the crop circle, and the camera shows Warrick looking up, you can clearly see the boom mic reflected in his sunglasses.
Ecklie is divorced.
The address of the lab is 3057 Westfall Avenue, Las Vegas, NV.
Goof: Since Catherine has a conflict of interest in the cases due to her past relationship with the suspect, she should have recused herself.
In this episode, we discover Sara's mother spent some time in an institution after murdering her father.