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The cases in this episode are #2875/611487 and #4957-3075-2946.
Adam has been dating a girl (called Michelle Rhodes, although it isn't mentioned at any point during the episode) for a few months.
Charles Ross, Adam's father, was abused by his father and he became an abuser himself of his wife and son. He has Alzeheimer's and lives in a nursery home in New York. He has a brother called Brian.
The episode case number is #2010/71042.
Lovato's cell phone number is (212) 555 0110. Her apartment number is 2103.
Goof: When Jo steps in front of the computer screen, protecting Adam from seeing the dissected body, you can tell that she's not really in the lab but rather standing in front of a projected image of the lab. This was done as part of the visual effect, making it appear that the actor playing the dead body was really cut in half.
Frank Stevenson tried Mac's first case on the job in 1995.
Lindsay's mother is dead. Her father is called Robert.
A scene from 3x18 Sleight Out Of Hand can be seen during this episode. Lindsay returns to Montana to see closure on the murder of her friends Lucy, Kelly and Caroline as Daniel Katums is executed.
No permit is needed to buy and sell guns that were manufactured before 1899.
Goof: The blue marks can already be seen around Lindsay's eyes before she presses her face against the microscope.
The Midtown Manhattan meteorological station is located in Belvedere Castle, Central Park.
Ashley Braden's case is #07-400-1027.
Goof: Ashley Braden tears up the check in fewer and bigger pieces tan the ones that Danny collects at the crime scene.
Jo and Hawkes borrow Danny's distinctive line 'boom' in this episode like many other characters (including themselves) have done in the past.
Goof: Mac's phone screen doesn't light up when he places the first call to Christine.
Eddie Cahill's right arm tattoo has been edited not to be visible (as it happened before in episode 4x03 You Only Die Once. However, we learned of its existence in 2x24 Charge of this Post. This is the explanation of the actor: I do have a tattoo (on my shoulder) with (my) girlfriend's name (currently his wife) in a heart with an arrow through it and a swallow on top. They cropped it out.
In his day off Flack likes to cook breakfast for his dog and going boxing.
The episode title 'Unspoken' is a play on words since the first half of it has no dialogue at all. Mac breaks the silence at 22'48 with the word 'Speak'.
The markers used to signal the crime scene are labeled as belonging to Lynn Peavey. Lynn Peavey Company actually exists and develops forensic innovations for law enforcement and laboratories.
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