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Greg's bowling ball bag reads,
" '92 California State Championship Team
Valley Ridge High School"
Greg went to high school in California, was on his high school's bowling team, and is now 31-35 years old.
Langston texted Caine and Taylor in the end.
Brass' uncle and older brother were also both cops.
Goof: When Catherine is looking in the Vice Tattoo Database for a match to Dede Chase's tattoo, she finds it and pulls up a window with a list of known prostitutes that have the same tattoo plus the other tattoos they have. On that list, "Barbed Wire Tattoo" has the word "Tattoo" misspelled "Tatoo", missing a "t".
One of Doc Robbins greatest fears is drowning.
Goof: When Paulie is crushed blood runs from his mouth down to the bottom of his neck but a few seconds later it only reaches his chin.
Goof: As Belinda is being arrested, we see Paulie nervously fingering the flash drive he stole from Jason as he slips it into her purse. Later we hear the flash drive mentioned but the CSI's, who often go to enormous lengths to lift prints from almost anything, either didn't find or didn't look for prints on the drive. Finding Paulie's but not Belinda's prints on it should have quickly altered the direction of their investigation.
We learn in this episode that Langston has a genetic illness called "monoamine oxidase A" which, we are told, can cause violent behaviour
Title: Ghost Town is a term often used to describe a town that has been vacant for some time.
Goof: Craig Mason is unable to hold a box cutter properly because of his hands' anomaly - so he must have outdone himself by cutting a perfectly square-shaped hole into the cardbox at the window which clearly contradicts his performance in Langston's experiment.
Goof: When Harvey Wincroft is talking to Nick during the possible hostage situation in front of his house, his pants are dry but moments later when he gets arrested by police officers and is about to kneel down, you can see that his pants' fabric around his knees is already wet like he had kneeled down before.
Goof: During the scene when the body is stolen from the lab, as Sara comes out she accidently fires her gun when it it still aimed at the ground!
Nick is promoted to Assistant Supervisor by Catherine.
Gil Grissom and Sara Sidle are now married and live in Paris, France. Grissom is holding a seminar at Sorbonne.
Riley Adams left due to insufficient leadership from Catherine.
Raymond Langston is now a CSI Level 2.
The title of the episode, "All In", refers to the act of betting all of one's poker chips, in the hopes that it would pay off with a victory.
Goof: In the last shot of the episode, when Langston is in the garage and the diner owner's husband gets out of the trunk, while nobody may have heard the husband screaming, it is highly unlikely that no one heard Ray fire his gun, as guns are extremely loud, and Ray didn't have a silencer on his gun, so at least one person should have come running, but for the rest of the episode, about 2-3 minutes, Ray is alone with the dead husband.
Ray Langston opens a box that was sent to him, which includes a snapshot of a serviceman dated 1952, presumably his father (James Langston), along with a bronze star. The bronze star is one of the higher military awards for bravery or heroic service.
Nick's call-sign is Charlie-05-Stokes
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