Goof: When Dr. Warner inserts the plastic tube to relieve the pressure on Mr. Hunter's lung, she puts it in the wrong place.
Melinda Warner has at least one school-aged daughter.
C.S.U. technician Ruben Morales has a six-year-old child.
Nitpick: The car that Warner drives to the pier has New York license plates and what looks like a New Jersey registration sticker.
The Air Force paid for Warner to go to medical school in exchange for her doing two tours at Ramstein during Desert Storm.
Elliot Stabler: No offense, but med school doesn't exactly prepare you for something like this.
Melinda Warner: The Air Force did. They paid for medical school. I did two tours at Ramstein during Desert Storm. I know how to handle myself around men with guns.
ESU Lt.: We got gunfire, we may have casualties. There's no time to talk this guy down.
Don Cragen: I'm in command here, we do it my way. Daniel Hunter is a scared kid.
ESU Lt.: Yeah, with a Mac-10, high on coke, and holding a dozen hostages.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic "Záchvat" (Fit)
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic April 9, 2009 on TV Nova
Mariska Hargitay saw very little airtime during this episode and, when she did, she was holding a giant folder in front of her, utilizing the frequent ploy for disguising an actress' pregnancy when it is not written into the storyline.
The original title of this episode was "Captive".
The title of this episode, "Blast", is a short name used to refer to lymphoblasts (immature white blood cells). In leukemia patients, the blasts are abnormal because they never mature and do not behave like the normal mature white blood cells.
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