CSI: NY

Boo - S4-E6

Corrected entry: The New York City Police Department would not investigate a murder in Amityville. It would either be investigated by Suffolk County Police, or a state police department.

Correction: They made a point of saying that all of the normal investigators where working at a plane crash site, that is why they asked them to work on the case.

pross79

Boo - S4-E6

Corrected entry: The address of the house in Amityville is 1135 Ocean Ave. However, no house number on Ocean Ave, has four digits while the highest being in the 300s.

Correction: Americans uncommonly use real domestic addresses or telephone numbers in television or film dramas.

You may like...

Join the mailing list

Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Add something
Buy the booksMost popular pagesBest movie mistakesBest mistake picturesBest comedy movie quotesMovies with the most mistakesNew this monthThe Wizard of Oz mistakesGladiator mistake pictureThe Big Bang Theory mistakesWhen A Stranger Calls endingLilo & Stitch questionsSex and the City triviaStep Brothers quotesShrek plotBurt Reynolds movies & TV shows25 mistakes you never noticed in great moviesCommando mistake video
More for CSI: NY

Quotes

Mac Taylor: You're not a doctor. You're a murderer with a medical degree.

More...

Mistakes

The CSIs catch a murder suspect putting down a drink can when reviewing security footage of a robbery, and immediately realise they didn't see it at the scene so assume one of the first cops on the scene must have removed it. Thing is though, the murderers shot out the security camera before the actual shooting occurred, meaning there was loads of time off-camera for the killers to take the can with them, but the CSIs never even consider this - they jump to the conclusion a cop took it even though there's no actual evidence for that.

More...

Trivia

This was the first episode in which the teaser ends without the CSI team investigating the crime scene.

More...