When Danny Reyes asks if they know Sarah Belkin's cause of death, the detective answers that they have, "called in a forensic anthropologist, but there's not much to work with." A forensic anthropologist can advise on the cause of death, but he has no legal right to determine it. Only a forensic pathologist who is the Medical Examiner can officially determine the cause of death, but he can use the opinion of specialists such as a forensic anthropologist to make his final determination.
Danny: You and I have had our share of problems. You're arrogant, condescending, abusive
Stark: Thank you.
Danny: But you're also the best damn lawyer I've ever seen, and you're doing a lot of good. So before you use that, ask yourself: is it really worth it?
Stark: You need to get Normandy.
Jessica: That could mean putting you on the stand, making you talk about that night. You'll lose your license, maybe more.
Stark: Do what you need to do.
Jessica: (to Stark) You haven't been straight with me yet. Why should I believe you now?
Stark: Changed the carpet, huh?
Frank Bell: Oh, the red stuff gave me a headache. Who picked that, anyway?
Stark: I did.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic "Zločin a trest" (Crime and Punishment)
International Air Dates:
Czech Republic November 18, 2009 on Prima
Finland August 28, 2010 on MTV3
"Passing Afternoon" by Iron and Wine
This episode aired at 8 pm ET/PT, two hours earlier than its regular time slot at 10 pm, due to the Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie The Russell Girl.
Per initial press releases, this episode was originally set to air on January 6, 2008. The delay was due to network schedule juggling because of the 2007-2008 WGA strike, and this episode became the shortened season's finale (only 12 of the 22 ordered episodes were complete before the strike).
(To Jennifer Randolph as she works out on a weight machine)
Stark: FYI, I saw Million Dollar Baby, it didn't end so well.
Stark is referring to the 2004 Clint Eastwood film starring Hilary Swank, Morgan Freeman and Clint Eastwood. The film swept the Oscars and many other award show with its story of the relationship between a trainer and his protégée.