Series 9 episode 12: "Agent Hartford" had no fingerprints: the FBI "removed" them. But when they find the street piece that Vinny had, they dust it and say that Hartford's prints were all over it. This might be OK, if he were a real agent on the books (but they never heard of him at Quantico), or if he were a real criminal - but in that case, they would have sussed it all out earlier. See more...
The man who flirts with Catherine at the bar is played by Marg Helgenberger's husband, Alan Rosenberg. According to Helgenberger on the DVD commentary, Rosenberg had difficulty treating her the way his character does, even though it was a fictional encounter. See more...
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|Title||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation|
|Original entry||There is no way a body can be pulled out of a grave the way they showed. It would be a pretty tough trick to pull off with a 6', 200lb piece of lumber and virtually impossible with a body. If it was a solid, non-flexible piece of material, pulling on the rope would drag the item until it hit a ledge and then flip it out of the grave. The body is very flexible, especially at the waist. You'd have to pull a body from above, which they end up doing in real life.|