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This storyline would be concluded in episode "19 Down (1)."
Nick: Looks like an oscilloscope. This is the juice right here.
An oscilloscope is used to measure voltage waveforms, not to deliver any current. There was no other device on the table that could have provided a controlled amount of electricity.
Goof: When Brass and the CSIs arrive at Ian Wallace's home, Brass states that he needs to clear the scene. However, once he calls back "clear," you can see a staircase leading to a second floor that he did not check.
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Riley (after she picks up her badge and stuff): What, no gun?
Riley (sighs): Maybe later.
Riley now carries a gun from this episode on.
The stolen uniform was from an officer with the Reno PD. The actor (Carlos Alazraqui) playing the officer with the stolen uniform is on Reno 911, playing a police officer.
Goof: While Dr. Robbins is performing an autopsy, his glasses are hanging around his neck and his apron is covered in blood.
Riley is a CSI Level 2.
Both of Riley's parents are psychiatrists.
Goof: About 32 minutes into the episode, when Grissom is checking the timeline of the disappearance, the screen of the computer shows: "ATM Withdrawl".
Withdrawal should be spelled with 2 "a"s.
Goof: In the previous episode, "For Gedda (1)," Ecklie's hair was cut very short, but in this episode, it's back to normal length even though the events take place immediately after.
Goof: When Catherine and Nick are checking Warrick's car for gun shot residue, the materials in her hands change positions. When she is facing Nick, she has a chemical bottle in her left hand and the cloth in her right. Then, a little later, the bottle is missing and the cloth showing a positive result is now in her left hand.
Goof: After Warrick passes away, it's clear to see Gary Dourdan, the actor that portrays him, rolling and blinking his eyes.
The picture of the team that Greg discovered in Warrick's bedroom was taken recently, due to how short Sara's hair is.
Goof: When Grissom is talking to Brass about the undersheriff, his watch shows 5:05 but in the next shot, his watch shows 5:00.
The note Jim Brass holds up to the undertaker reads "You are under arrest"
Goof: The newspaper article's headline at Warrick's house refers to a slain stripper, but the article's body is about a political story.
Greg Sanders has finished writing his book on the Las Vegas mob and is shopping it around to publishers. He began writing the book after meeting Faye Dunaway's character in the Season 6 episode "Kiss Kiss, Bye Bye."
Bud: Whoa hey! Easy on the Emmy there buddy.
Grissom: Is that what this is?
This is an in-joke for the two series involved (Two and a Half Men and CSI) with this episode. Both have been nominated multiple times for Best Series Emmys in their respective categories, but neither has won the award.
The movie studio that Grissom and Brass respond to for the crime scene involving Natasha is Universal Studios, Hollywood. As Grissom and Brass are being driven to the scene, they pass a road marker labeled "Jay Ward Drive". Jay Ward was a prolific animator, responsible for such iconic characters as Super Chicken and Tom Slick, among many others.
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flashbacks, Crime, cool gadgets, Murder & Mayhem, tech heavy