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Detective Donald "Don" Flack, Jr.
Detective Mack "Mac" Taylor
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes
Detective Stella Bonasera
Dr. Evan Zao
Goof: The CSI's switch on and off calling Tonya Danville 'Miss. 'and 'Mrs.'
This is the first time that Detective Danny Messer refers to Detective Lindsay Monroe as 'Montana', the nickname she is repeatedly called throughout the series.
Goof: When Stella and Hawkes are interviewing Mrs. Danville she places her tea cup on the front edge of the table as she walks away. However when the table is seen again the cup is now on the back edge of the table.
Flack's allergy to cats will have a continuation in 5x03 Turbulence:
Flack: (sneezes as he enters the suspect's club with Danny) Either I'm allergic to half naked women, or there's a cat in here.
Mac: (To Lindsay) Don't call me sir.
Danny fools Lindsay into calling Mac Sir even though he knows that he doesn't like it. However, in 3x02 Not what it looks like, Mac doesn't react when Adam addresses him the same way:
Adam: I know we have to process the scene, sir, but unless we have a lot of, um, duct tape, I don't think this place is gonna hold together long enough for us to do it.
In 2x07 Manhattan Manhunt, Lindsay calls Mac Sir again.
Goof: The zoo where the tigers are shown is seemingly the Central Park Zoo, as the zoom-in shows Central Park. However, there are no tigers at the Central Park Zoo. The only tiger enclosure in the city is in the Bronx Zoo.
We learn Lindsay is from Montana during this episode.
Lindsay says meaningless trivia when she is nervous.
Goof: During the scene where Lindsay is examining the meat from the packing plant, the evidence label clearly says, 'collected by Lindsay Hamilton'. Hamilton was the character's original last name; it was changed to Monroe at the last minute.
Goof: When Mac and Lindsay are in the freezer at the butcher place, you can't see their breath even though the temperature is well below zero degrees Celsius.
Goof: Just before the mother is shown her daughter's body, she gasps even before the sheet is pulled back - is she so certain that her daughter is under the sheet?
Actually- she gasps AS the sheet is pulled back, you just can't tell. And it's common for people to gasp when they see a dead body whether it's their child or not.
Stella has a fear of spiders.
Flack is allergic to cats, which will have continuity in 5x02 Page Turner.
(As the CSI's enter the walking-in freezer)
Danny: That's alot of hamburger.
Lindsay: Back home, people keep this much meat in their basements.
Lindsay: My feet haven't touched the ground since I clocked in.
Stella: Well, welcome to the crime lab.
Lindsay: In Montana, they gave us breathing breaks.
Stella: Let me give you a little tip. Protein bars, comfortable shoes, and at least four hours of sleep a night.
Lindsay: Well, that's not going to help me today. Mac wants these [reports] now.
Stella: No. Mac wants them right. That's all that matters.
Lindsay: I just don't want to slow things down.
(About the chewed up victim in the tiger cage)
Danny: And he ended up puzzle pieces.
Mac: Let's put him back together.
(About Brianna Freemont)
Hawkes: A runaway bride?
Stella: If she is, she didn't get very far.
Mac: As for the tiger, it wasn't personal... just a free meal.
(The substance on the hand print is fertilizer)
Danny: Our murderer has a green thumb.
Lindsay: This girl's heart is set on Manhattan. 'Til then it's Uncle Freddie's couch in Tarrytown.
Danny: Can I help?
Lindsay: No thank you, you helped already enough this morning.
Danny: Ooh okay.
Hawkes: (to Stella about a spider) Is he asleep?
Stella: (while pressing the spider to release the venom) If he isn't he's gonna wish he was.
Lindsay: You know, petting a cat has been scientifically proven to lower your blood pressure.
Mac: Maybe the vic heard the same thing.
Mac: Hey, sneezing on my crime scene!
Flack: Sorry Mac, allergies, cats! I hate 'em.
Mac: What ever was on the hand that made this print caused the meat to defrost. We're going to need a sample.
Lindsay: (grabbing out a knife) I'll do it. (starts cutting)
Danny: Country girl. (she smiles)
Mac: (about Ryan Knight) Some people's stories are so stupid, you couldn't make them up.
Lindsay: (to Mac, after he stabs the pig with a meat hook) Well, I'm done eating bacon for life.
Hawkes: What causes high blood pressure on an 18-year-old girl?
Stella: Uh, just about everything.
Stella: It's all about pain, Hawkes; how much you're willing to endure in order to look good.
Hawkes: Explain to me what a Debutante Ball is precisely?
Stella: It's the presentation of a young woman into High Society.
Hawkes: It looks more like high anxiety.
Stella: (at the morgue studying the vic's shoe) She may look like Cinderella but the shoe doesn't fit.
Mac: (talking to Lindsay in the tiger's cage) I need you to hold the tiger's jaws so I can get the dental impression.
Danny: (whispering) Just take a deep breath, don't let him know that you're afraid, 'cause he can sense when you're nervous.
Lindsay: The tiger's been tranquilized. I think I can handle it.
Danny: I'm talking about Mac. And make sure you call him Sir.
Mac: (to Lindsay, after she knocks down Ryan Knight) What do they feed you up there in Montana?
David Julian Hirsh, who plays Zack Shannon, also appears in the C.S.I. episode Sqweegel.
Peter Onorati, who plays Angelo Venetti Sr., also appears in the C.S.I. episode Homecoming.
German episode title: Tod im Zoo, meaning Death at the Zoo.
Spanish episode title: Muerte en el Zoo, meaning Death in the Zoo.
Swollen Summer by The Bravery.
Pants by Orbital.
One Perfect Sunrise by Orbital.
Mac: This wasn't a Kodac moment gone bad.
Mac Taylor is refering to a series of television advertising by the company Kodac, showing people using their camera to capture having a good time.
Flack: Simba had an early breakfast.
This is a reference to the Disney movie, The Lion King. Simba is the young lion cub. However, the feline in the scene is obviously a tiger.
Title: Zoo York. Zoo York is a popular skate wear dealing in the urban lifestyle of New York.
Hawkes: A runaway bride?
Runaway Bride is a 2000 movie starring Julia Roberts as a bride who keeps leaving grooms at the altar. There was also a notorious real-life "runaway bride" case in 2005; Jennifer Wilbanks disappeared from Georgia before her wedding and reappeared days later in New Mexico, claiming to have been kidnapped and assaulted. She later admitted that she had simply run away to avoid getting married.
Hawkes: Why would a beautiful girl want to go Angelina on her lips?
Hawkes is referring to actress Angelina Jolie, who is famous for her full, pouty lips.
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