While in Afghanistan, Colby was stationed in the Kunar Province.
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In the scene in the morgue, Clay Porter's father can be seen breathing if one looks closely.
NCIS would have been involved with this investigation (if not the lead investigators) since one of the suspects was a Marine broken out of the brig, the other suspects were AWOL Marines, and the victims were the family of a Marine.
Robin Brooks returns to LA from a stay in Miami of several months.
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Robin and Don spent six months together.
When Coral makes her first hit, she comments as she's putting on her gloves that she doesn't want to leave any fingerprints, even though she's already been in the car and almost certainly left fingerprints at that time.
The assassin already has blood on her hand and knife before she stabs Robin's body guard.
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Larry's beard is gone, but now Alan has one.
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Much of the math in this episode dealt with tracking a fluroquinolone-resistant strain of gonorrhea that had been unsuccessfully treated with Cipro. However, since April 2007 the CDC has changed the recommended treatment of gonorrhea from fluroquinolones to a third generation cephalosporin especially in infections originating in Asia, the South Pacific, and Californa where more than 40 percent of cases are quinolone resistant.
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Bonnie's addresses are:
11256 Bentel Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
819 Third St. #104
Los Angeles, CA 90049
When Colby approaches Bonnie's warehouse, before he announces his presence, one of the suspects can be heard asking if someone has the laptop. From the beginning of the episode, the fact has been known that Bonnie doesn't use a computer, so why would there be one in her warehouse?
This episode is the first time we learn of Colby and David's emergency code word "Mexico."
In the scene where David is talking while sitting on the floor on the corner of the elevator, one can see that there's a missing wall on the elevator, through which the scene is being shot. A few seconds earlier, it's possible to see this wall from another angle, when the set was arranged differently.
The usually articulate Charlie mixes his metaphors, blending John Searle's "Chinese Room" argument against computer intelligence into Alan Turing's famous "Turing Test" - and coming up with a stunted analogy that is only vaguely related to anything in the episode.
The "Chinese Room" thought experiment is one of John Searle's most famous arguments for why a computer can never have a "mind." The man in the room is an analogy for a computer, blindly processing Chinese symbols he doesn't understand, while anyone outside the room is convinced he must be a native Chinese speaker, based on his responses to their questions - in Chinese. Charlie mixes this up with the "Turing Test" - which is similar, but not really the same thing. In the Turing Test, someone is connected remotely to both a computer and a real person by teletype and must determine which is which.
Math used in this episode: