Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.
Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Detective Stella Bonasera
Dr. Sid Hammerback
The wall of posters used in this episode will be seen again in 4x16 Right next door when Mac and Stella bring the children out of the empty building.
Goof: When Mac and Stella are first examining the "corpse", you can see her blink when the camera is on Mac; though her face is turned away, her lashes move.
At the end of the episode, when Mac is playing in the jazz club, the musicians onstage with him are Carol Williams & Kimo Williams who are members of Gary Sinise's band, The Lt. Dan Band.
Goof: When the arrow is being removed from the deceased female in the morgue (at 9 minutes 27 seconds), it can be clearly seen that the arrow being pulled from her back is moving faster than it disappears from her front.
Mac often unwinds on Wednesday evening by playing guitar in a small jazz bar named Cozy's.
Stella: 'Art is the sex of imagination.' (Mac gives her a look) It's a George Jean Nathan quote. Frankie likes to say it.
(Questioning Sienna who says she didn't kill)
Flack: Sorry. Can't take your word for it.
Stella: But we will listen to your fingerprints.
(Lindsay identifies the victim as a music promoter)
Lindsay: It's not as glamorous as I would have imagined. Where's the limo and the girls with the tight shirts?
Danny: Yeah, trust me, it's not like that at all.
Lindsay: You know more about this than your average CSI?
Danny: Yeah I played for a while, enough to get a taste of the world, and that was enough for me.
(After Hawkes says anyone at the party is a suspect. Mac and Hawkes look at Stella)
Stella: Well my prints aren't going to match. Promise.
(Danny walks into a jazz club where Lindsay is already there waiting for him)
Danny: Sorry I'm late.
Lindsay: It's okay. I ordered you a beer.
Danny: Thanks. So, what's up?
Lindsay: It's just something I thought you might be interested in.
Danny: Jazz music? That's me.
(Danny sees Mac on stage with a bass guitar as Mac makes a comment about a member of the band)
Danny: Get outta here. Are you kidding me? How'd you know he played?
Lindsay: Figured it out. I could tell by the way he held the bass in the lab that he knew guitars, and I knew he had a standing appointment on Wednesdays. Could have been a shrink, or yoga, but I took the music option.
Danny: I'm impressed.
Lindsay: Maybe you didn't know him as well as you thought.
Flack: Carlo's all about the details, isn't he?
Flack: Commenting, not condoning.
(After Lindsay hits bull's eye with her first arrow ever)
Lindsay: (puts out hand) Can I have another?
Mac: You've proven the point.
Lindsay: (takes another arrow) I know.
(Lindsay watches Mac shoot an arrow at the range)
Lindsay: Another weapon you're an expert with. I don't know whether to be impressed or worried.
Stella: Pubic hairs are not like fossils, they don't hang around forever.
(Stella just handed Flack a report of Mirabella's pubic combing)
Flack: Two foreign pubic hair samples. Now there's a party!
Flack: (walking up to Stella and randomly saying) I've slept with a lot of women. Some wild, some crazy, some both.
Stella: (looks at him) 'Scuse me?
Flack: Carlo's words. Not mine.
Flack: Shoulda swung by the hospital to meet this guy. He's a piece of work. He calls himself the new American playboy. Lives, drinks, and breathes women. Again his words. With that in mind, as far as jealous exes go, lot of 'em.
Stella: Looks like Carlo's emerged as our primary target.
Flack: Five minutes into the interview, I wanted to kill him.
James Golden: Nobody was there for my art.
Stella: I was.
Danny: (to Lindsay) Wanna go see Rough Sects?
Mac: Our killer's a hunter...and his prey is human.
Mac: You guys on that music promoter?
Danny: Like glue.
Mac: (laughs as he walks away)
Lindsay: He doesn't think that's funny. He's humoring you.
Danny: You don't know him like I do.
Original International Air Dates:
Turkey: May 29, 2006 on CNBC-e.
In the guest star credits, Shelly Cole's given name is misspelled Sherry.
Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt by We Are Scientists.
Goodnight Tonight by The Dollyrots.
In Stereo by Fort Minor.
Kick Me To The Curb by The Dollyrots.
Your Body Needs My Body by Michael Fitzhugh.
The owner of the guitar store, Damon Runyon, has the same name as the famed sports story and short story writer Damon Runyon, which is most likely a tribute of sorts by the writer of the episode.
Mac comments on Stella's dress, and she says that she wasn't planning on working. Mac says: been there. This is an allusion to Risk, where Mac is called out of a mayoral function and shows up to the scene in a tuxedo.
Stuck On You is the title of a 2006 movie starring Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear.
Stuck On You is also the title of an Elvis Presley's song that reached number one on the charts in 1960.
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