After a routine call leads two of the team into an explosion the CSI's face a race against time to find the bomber and the possibility of losing one of their own.
Did You Know?
In this episode, the CSIs are shown going through evidence, performing makeshift surgery, running investigations/crime scenes/bomb scares, AND disarming bombs. Real life CSIs are much more likely to specialize in one of the above; this approach was very unrealistically Hollywood. When Mac received the phone call at the bomber's hideout, his cell phone said "New Text Message." See more
In the season 2 finale (#2.24 "Charge of This Post"), Flack is seriously injured. His left abdomen is split open by debris in a bombing and the right side of his neck is also injured. In the premiere of season 3 (#3.01 "People With Money") he is showing scars on the left side of his neck to two women.
While he is on the operating table, in 2.24, a tattoo is clearly seen on Flack's right bicep when Mac is photographing his injuries. In Season 4 (4.03 "You Only Die Once"), Flack is making out with his girlfriend and his tattoo is gone.
In season 6 (6.08 "Cuckoo's Nest") Flack lifts up his shirt. The scars from his injury in 2.24 have mysteriously disappeared. See more
Laptops were stolen from an agency car two weeks ago.
[Mac scoffs in disbelief
Maybe we could jam the phone somehow, close down the system?
Det. Mac Taylor
It's too late for that; we have a little under ninety minutes. By the time we close down every phone, every radio, every walkie-talkie...
We can close down secure networks.
Det. Mac Taylor
It's not about the networks! Anyone can return a page! There are eight million New Yorkers, six million cell phones, any one of which could trigger the next bomb!
Written by E. Kidd Bogart, E. Cobb, and J. Rotem
Performed by Rihanna
Def Jam Records See more