David Hodges: You know, you and me, we're not the marrying kind. The intricacies of our nature can't be understood by just one woman.
Gil Grissom: Would you close the door, please?
[David Hodges shuts the door with himself still in the office.]
Gil Grissom: From the other side.
Grissom sees an information card for a 17th century suit of Japanese armour (just the card, not the suit itself), and immediately deduces that the suit must actually be from the 19th century, because the Japanese military was formed in the 1860s. That military was westernised, and did not wear armour. There was nothing on the card that falsely referred to that military as being established earlier, or indicated that the suit belonged to it. There was a reference to the "military class", but that was historically correct, and meant the Samurai. See more...
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