The reason why Marisa Richardson never moved her hands in questioning, its because she was handcuffed behind her back.
Goof: When Reed gives Mac a hug at the end, Reed's arms go from being low across Mac's arms to around his shoulders between shots.
When Adam uses the RFID credit card scanner, it picks up on some of Danny's identification. Danny's Discerna credit card number is 3400 6776 411 38 and expires on 02/10. His Fidelity Mutual Bank card is 0234 1883 172 11 and expires 04/2011. His driver's license number is J65 385 969 issued by the DMV in New York and expires 10/21/11. His social security number is 934-182-909. All four are issued in the name of Danny Messer.
It is revealed that Adam's dad was a bully and he may have been abused as a child.
Nitpick: Despite what is claimed in this episode, there is no evidence to support absinthe causing hallucinations.
Edit: Many years ago absinthe used to contain wormwood, which DID cause hallucinations (sometimes death). This is why absinth with wormwood is no longer legal.
Edit: Wormwood is the key ingredient(and namesake) of absinthe and it is still used to make modern day absinthe (for example Bohemian style Absinth from the Czech Republic which closely resembles the tradition form). Wormwood in a pure form is poisonous causing kidney failure, however in proper dosage it is not harmful and is most commonly used as stomach medicine not to mention its use in vermouth and some wines. There is no evidence that absinthe or even wormwood cause hallucinations.
Goof: When reviewing the list of stolen items, Danny says that all the items are worth four figures or more, but one item is only worth $950.
Danny: You know what you're gonna have?
Ava: Me and my husband want it to be a surprise.
(Danny knocks on her stomach. Stolen goods fall out.)
Stella: Hey look! It's twins!
Mac: You didn't know he was going to expose the Kings and Shadows?
Flack: You wanna call your daddy now?
Stella: She's good and she knows it.
Mac: I think we have a suspect (looks at statue).
Flack: I love this job.
Mac: New York's last tract of undisturbed farm land.
Flack: Not anymore.
Reed: I'd like to know where my mom's buried.
Mac: She wasn't. Her body was never found. No trace at all. But they're . . . we're still looking.
Danny: (to Ava) Four stores in one afternoon? Fifty thousand dollars of designer retail? Is that all in a day's work for you?
Flack: It's gonna take more than a secret handshake to protect you in jail, Thomas.
Mac: Kid, if we pull that sweater off you, we're gonna find a Kings and Shadows brand on your shoulder, am I right?
(Watching the surveillance tape of the "invisible" killer)
Stella: Did the camera malfunction?
Danny: Either that or 5th Avenue's haunted.
Stella: So did our vic surprise a shoplifter?
Danny: Shoplifter surprised him with a bullet?
The use of the Kings & Shadows Fraternity is a reference to the 2000 film The Skulls which starred CSI:New York lead Hill Harper, CSI:New York recurring actor Craig T. Nelson, CSI: Miami guest Leslie Bibb and ex-C.S.I. lead William Peterson.
Matt Hoffman, who plays Chris Campbell, also appears in the C.S.I. episode Code Blue Plate Special.
Spanish episode title: No Desenterremos el Pasado, meaning Let's not Unbury the Past.
Despite featured in the opening credits, Anna Belknap (Lindsay Monroe) does not appear in this episode.
UK: Saturday, May 12, 2007 on Five.
Turkey: Monday, June 4, 2007 on CNBC-e.
Norway: Wednesday, October 3, 2007 on TVNorge.
Belgium: Thursday, November 15, 2007 on VT4.
Germany: Monday, December 17, 2007 on Vox (Blutiges Labyrinth).
Greece: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 23:00 on SKAI.
Finland: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 on MTV3.
Maneater by Nelly Furtado.
All Good Things (Come to An End) by Nelly Furtado.
This episode, including the news story plot line, is identical to the movie The Skulls, which followed the death of a college journalist who was trying to expose the society. Hill Harper played the role of the murdered journalist.
Mac: What is a fraternity hazing gone bad?
A popular reference to Jeopardy in which contestants have to answer questions in question form.
Reed: I got my first 'Geraldo'.
A reference to talk-show host Geraldo Rivera who had his nose broken in a well-publicized brawl during a 1988 show.
It's mentioned that the motive for Brian's murder is a standard college regulation that specifies that a student whose roommate commits suicide or otherwise dies out of a violent death automatically receives a 4.0 grade point average for the current school term.
This is an urban legend (which has a number of variations) that was part of the plot of two 1998 movies, Dead Man on Campus and Dead Man's Curve, along with episode 252/12-4 of The Simpsons, Lisa the Tree-Hugger, episode 2/1-2 of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Art and C.S.I.'s episode Up In Smoke.
Danny: Shopgirl's got it down to a science.
Shopgirl is the title of a 2005 movie starring Claire Danes and Steve Martin. Martin also wrote the screenplay.
Episode title: Some Buried Bones.
The title of the episode and the plot of a secret society on the campus of a college make a refrence to the "Skull and Bones" society, a secret organization that exists at Yale University, which has supposedly had such members as George H.W. Bush. Also "Skull and Bones" meets in a building known as "The Tomb" and the society in this episode meets in "The Crypt."
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