Each of the dolls that Mr. Gorem owns is worth $6,000 so he has $18,000 in silicone dolls sitting in his livingroom.
Chief Sinclair has kids and a wife.
Trevor: You can't just come barging in here without a warrant!
Flack: (Pulls an evelope out of his jacket) Oh, look what I got!
Mac: You know I got your back.
Hawkes: I've got yours.
Danny: That puts the victim in your apartment.
Flack: That would mean you lied. (Trevor looks like he's about to retort. Flack lifts a hand up in a stop position, slightly off screen slightly on.) AH. We'll take a ride downtown to talk about this.
(Trevor's real doll is carted away. Trevor and Danny watch, Danny pats his arm and steers him.)
Danny: Ya see, that's why boys shouldn't play with dolls.
Flack: (nods to silicone doll, smirking) Hey girl. What's your sign?
(About the silicone doll).
Lindsay: We are gonna need to take her and do a few tests.
Mr. Gorem: Tests? Where?
Lindsay: At our Lab
Mr. Gorem: Can I at least come with her? She's very fragile.
Lindsay: Don't worry. We'll be gentle.
(About the silicone doll).
Adam: I've never seen one in my life before, it's so realistic. Can I touch her?
Stella: In a city of 12 million, and people need mannequins to... keep them company. I mean, what does that say about what we are as a species?
Mac: What, is the carnival in town?
Flack: Nah, it's a renegade street party. Ever since the city put restrictions on public gatherings, they've been popping up all over town.
(About Sinclair's relationship with the victim, Ann Steele).
Sinclair: Why don't you stick to the science on this, Mac? I'll take care of the politics.
Mac: Why do I get the feeling you know more than you're telling me?
Sinclair: Because you're a cop. Just remember I'm your boss.
Sinclair: For every NYPD salary we no longer pay, we can hire three new civilians. You do the math, detective. The phrase is: bottom line. Three people for one.
Mac: If lab security is vulnerable, every piece of evidence we process can be called into question. What's the bottom line on that?
Sinclair: I understand your frustration. I get orders from the top, just like you. I don't have to like them, I just have to make them happen.
(Flack and Lindsay walk down the street; Flack is pushing a life sized silicone doll on a package cart)
Lindsay: Wow. Okay. How weird was that? There's no way that one of these could replace a real woman!
Flack: Oh I don't know, Linds. They're not bad looking. Think of all the money a guy could save on dinner.
Lindsay: (pauses) A doll?!? I mean I could understand if you dumped me for a real woman but a piece of plastic? What does she have that I don't have? Huh?
Flack: (to onlookers from outdoor cafe) Forgive my wife. She's not well. (To Lindsay) I'm gonna get you for that Monroe. Big time.
Danny: We're here for your girlfriend.
Trevor Jones: What girlfriend?
Danny: The rubber one.
Flack: Danny! Silicone.
Danny: Oh yeah, right. Silicone.
C.S.I. 1x10 episode is entitled Sex, Lies and Larvae.
Devon Gummersall, who plays Trevor Jones, also appears in the C.S.I. episode Lover's Lanes.
Original International Air Dates:
Norway: January 7, 2009 on TVNorge.
Sweden: January 26, 2009 on Kanal 5.
Turkey: February 9, 2009 on CNBC-e.
Spain: February 10, 2009 on AXN.
Ireland: March 4, 2009 on RTÉ 2.
Czech Republic: March 25, 2009 on AXN.
Australia: May 10, 2009 on Channel 9.
Germany: September 28, 2009 on Vox.
Slovakia: October 4, 2009 on JOJ.
Finland: February 24, 2010 on MTV3.
This is the second time Eddie Cahill has acted on an episode whose title is based on the movie Sex, Lies and Videotape. The first time was in the series Glory Days (CW,2002), Season 1, Episode 05: Death, Lies and Videotape.
Come Alive by The Glass.
You're Alive by Monster Magnet.
The final scene depicting the flash drive being rolled into the NYPD's off-site evidence storage closely resembles the closing moments of Raiders of the Lost Ark (when the crate containing the Ark of the Covenant is wheeled into a similarly huge and box-filled government warehouse). Coincidentally, the episode following this one has an Indiana Jones theme.
The title of this episode Sex, Lies and Silicone refers to the 1989 movie Sex, Lies and Videotape starring James Spader and Andie MacDowell.