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Goof: In Hodges "thought experiment" flashes of the murders none of the CSI's are wearing gloves while processing the crime scenes.
David Hodges is developing a CSI board game. The game pieces are based on Mandy, Henry, Archie, Wendy and himself.
When Sara opens her locker and looks at a picture of her and Grissom, the picture is from the season 6 episode "Time of Your Death."
Warrick has a hard time sleeping and takes sleeping medication. Drug name is Zolpidem.
After Sara cuts her name off of her CSI vest she puts the vest into Ronnie's locker.
Catherine indicates that her daughter is looking at colleges for further education.
Greg went through a brief goth period to get chicks.
Kira's dorm was number 807. This episode was Season 8, Episode 7 (8x07).
Goof: At the end of the episode, Grissom says that the boy was abducted at 6 years old, but previously it was stated that he was taken as an infant.
In this episode we figure out that Grissom's dog is named Hank.
Coincidentally, Hank was also the name of the paramedic that Sara dated in Seasons 2 and 3.
Goof: When Nick is dusting for fingerprints on the piece of paper, in the casino, he touches it himself - several times - but isn't wearing any gloves.
Goof: When Warrick is down at PD, taking Mr. Michael's palm prints. You can see that Warrick failed to get ink on all of the palm.
Goof: The CSIs chase a suspect to a train that's pulling out of a railroad spur. The train has a passenger car amid a number of freight cars. This NEVER happens. Other than major metro commuter services, AMTRAK handles almost all passenger railroad business in the United States and its all on passenger only trains. Passenger trains require conductor/ticket takers where freight trains do not.
Catherine doesn't like being called "pooky".
Zack: This is life imitating art imitating life.
Subtle self reference, as this CSI episode is art imitating life imitating art imitating life.
In the episode, horror-movie posters adorn the walls of the studio, including I Have to Axe My Mother, Can I Lick the Spoon?, Vortex of Evil, Into the Mouth of Hell and Chop Chop Fizz Fizz. Each of these was considered (and rejected) as the title of the episode itself.
Goof: When Nick says to Catherine, that there was between two to three hundred ml(s) of Weatherly's actual blood outside the body, he says it's less than a cup. In actuality a cup is 250ml, making his statement inaccurate.
This is the second episode that takes place during a heat wave. The first episode was Feeling the Heat, that aired on season 4
Greg doesn't have any allergies.
Grissom may state it but there is no verifiable proof that Einstein ever said the world would end four years after all the bees died. The dubious quotation, however, is widely reported in articles and stories regarding colony collapse disorder.
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