TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
An elite team of police forensic evidence investigation experts work their cases in Las Vegas.
At the conclusion of each case, the culprits almost always confess their guilt to investigators, that would most assuredly not be the people interviewing them, this helps to wrap up the case in a Scooby Doo-like manner for the general viewing public.
So, let's see. You surf, you scuba dive. You're into latex, you like fashion models and Marilyn Manson. And you also have a coin collection?
Greg Sanders: Weird, ha?
Gil Grissom: Well, I race cockroaches!
Every time the investigators deal with IP-addresses, the addresses on display are impossible. Each of the four parts of an IP-address has to be between 0 and 255. As they do have to use IP-addresses some time, they could use addresses starting with 10. Those would be real addresses although not used as an official IP-address. This isn't the same as phone numbers using 555 - any IP address over 255 just wouldn't work. It would be like mentioning a phone number which uses the symbol for pi.
Due to rights issues at the time of release, the R2 (Europe/UK) and R4 (Australia) DVD releases of Season 1 have The Who music replaced by an original theme from John M. Keane. The Who are still credited in the closing credits.
English, Spanish, American Sign Language
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