CSI: Miami

Shootout - S3-E12

Other mistake: When Valera hands Ryan the results from her comparison of the nanny and the baby the results list XY (male) for the sex chromosomes instead of XX (female). (00:32:30)

Shootout - S3-E12

Character mistake: When Calleigh is with the medical examiner, she says that "Togo" is holding down the scene at the hospital, stating the actor's actual last name instead of Wolfe, his character name. (00:08:25)

Game Over - S3-E18

Other mistake: When the guy towing the boat at the beginning gets cut off by the black car, we see and hear him slam on the brakes, but the image we see shows no smoke from the tires, and the shot changes to when he's actually braking and the smoke appears. Additionally, when the other car T-bones him, we can hear both that car's tires screeching from braking as well as the engine revving from acceleration.


Lost Son - S3-E1

Factual error: As the funeral procession is going to bury Speedle, they pass by Pacific National Bank, which is not in Florida, but in California where the series is filmed. (00:40:00)


Addiction - S3-E11

Factual error: Error takes place in the last few minutes of the episode when Medical Examiner Dr. Alexx Woods responds to the scene of a DUI with two deaths. The Miami-Dade County officer on scene tells her that she may know one of the victims, since the victim had a M.E. pass on the rearview. You can see that his radio, which we assume is department issue, has the logo on the lapel microphone of "SJM Industrial Radio" a radio rental and service shop based out of El Segundo, CA. Why would a police department in Florida rent radios from a radio shop in California? Guess they overlooked the logo when they decided to rent radios locally since the majority of all outdoor scenes are filmed in Long Beach, California, as well as portions of Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach.

Sir Silent Bob

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Season 1 generally

Question: In the last few episodes of series 1, Horatio tells a few people that they will be spending the next few years a jail. But sometimes he says a 6x6 cell and others a 6x9 cell. So I was wondering do the sizes of cells usually differ or was it just a slip of the tongue?

Answer: Yes, sizes of jails differ.

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