Goof: A blue drinks cooler and cart possibly left in the street by the crew craft services can be seen as Flack is leaving his sister's apartment.
Goof: Lindsay's phone decodes the QR code on the cup she holds as "espresso shock" but it should have been "mumbojumboblarblarblar".
The idea and design of the secrets website are based on an actual mail art project called PostSecrets where readers send in their secrets on postcards which are published every Sunday. Selected postcards have also been displayed in various exhibitions and published in four books.
Angell: You and Sam going to be okay?
Flack: We're stubborn.
Angell: You going to be okay?
Flack: Yeah. (pause) Alright, I'll see ya. (starts to walk away, stops, and turns back) Jess.
Flack: (Kisses her) Thanks.
Mac: It's not my secret to tell.
Mac: So let me get this straight. People take the time to put down their darkest secrets and then they send them to someone they don't even know. Two questions: why and... why?
Lindsay: They say confession is good for the soul?
Lauren McBride: You always so confident and sure of everything?
Mac: 99.2% of the time.
Hawkes: Based on this skull fracture here, C.O.D. is more than likely blunt force trauma.
Flack: What did he get hit with-- a blender? (Hawkes gives him a look.) I'm just saying.
Flack: This is Kevin McBride. (Mac compares the victim's driver's license to what's left of his face.) Yea I know, it's not much of a resemblance.
Stella: You remember yesterday when you asked me if I wanted to break some rules? I do now.
Danny: You want to break some rules?
Lindsay: (completely frustrated) Come on! You gotta be kidding me! (She puts her head in her hands, Danny and Flack come in) Whose stupid idea was this?
Marguerite MacIntyre, who plays Annie McCreedy, also appears in the C.S.I. episode Collateral Damage.
Original International Air Dates:
Norway: January 28, 2009 on TVNorge.
Sweden: February 16, 2009 on Kanal 5.
Turkey: March 2, 2009 on CNBC-e.
Spain: March 3, 2009 on AXN.
Czech Republic: April 15, 2009 on AXN.
Ireland: April 23, 2009 on RTÉ2.
Greece: April 28, 2009 on SKAI.
Australia: May 31, 2009 on Channel 9.
Germany: October 19, 2009 on Vox.
Slovakia: October 25, 2009 on JOJ.
Finland: March 17, 2010 on MTV3.
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Red Rain by Peter Gabriel.
Bible Days by Jessica Lea Mayfield.
Who are You? by The Who.
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