TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
An elite team of police forensic evidence investigation experts work their cases in Las Vegas.
You often hear the characters referring to a four-nineteen, or sometimes a 4-45. These are the Las Vegas Metro 400 Event codes. The often-used 419 stands for "deceased person", while the less-used 445 is "explosive device threat".
I'm sorry, you look lost
Sheriff Rory Atwater: I've been calling your cell.
Gil Grissom: We get bad reception here in CSI. Listen, if this is about dinner, I'm free next week. I'll be having the fish.
When the CSI's and detectives want to "bring in" or "pick up" someone for questioning, they are usually located instantly. That might work if they had a consistent schedule they followed faithfully every day, but there are few people who do that. Even with the invention and advancements of GPS and smartphones making it easier to locate suspects it should not be as simple as is portrayed in the series.
The UK & Ireland's Sky Living, Sky Living HD and Sky Living +1 channels show slightly edited versions of the episodes in their late night-early morning/breakfast time/daytime to remove the more graphic shots, as children may be viewing, as well as certain unsuitable story material for the time slot. Generally, the edits remove certain graphic crime scene/autopsy table/or sometimes dialogue, which are noticeable by strange music score jumps, and badly truncated dialogue pacing. Some entire episodes have been skipped over in these time slots, due to the underlying episode themes. In late 2016, by comparison, the UK & Ireland's "Alibi" channel ran CSI:NY unedited in a late evening time slot.
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