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CSI must investigate the deaths of a married couple when they mysteriously died in their home, though the investigation soon leads to a chemical manufacturing company. Meanwhile, an old woman at a retirement home is found dead in a pool of blood.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x13
Airdate: Monday January 27th, 2003


Guest Stars
Daniel BetancesDaniel Betances
As First Officer
Salli Richardson-WhitfieldSalli Richardson-Whitfield
As Laura Lamas
Wanda De JesusWanda De Jesus
As Detective Adell Sevilla
Aaron SevilleAaron Seville
As Rudy Caldwell
Al RodrigoAl Rodrigo
As State Attorney Dante Ramirez
Barbara Eve HarrisBarbara Eve Harris
As Danetta Harris
Betty McGuireBetty McGuire
As Pearl Abrams
Claire MalisClaire Malis
As Adele Alonzo
D.W. MoffettD.W. Moffett
As Dr. James Welmont
Dawn LewisDawn Lewis
As Instructor
Hans HernkeHans Hernke
As Beach Boy
Howard Mann (1)Howard Mann (1)
As Marty Gaines
May BossMay Boss
As Betty Rosen
Pat Healy (1)Pat Healy (1)
As Keith Sewell
Quinn RedekerQuinn Redeker
As Herb Rines
Toby Moore (1)Toby Moore (1)
As Gregory Kimble
Victor RiversVictor Rivers
As Detective Gil Carrillo
Victoria PlattVictoria Platt
As Beverly Caldwell
Wil AlbertWil Albert
As Leo Klein
Main Cast
David CarusoDavid Caruso
As Lieutenant Horatio Caine
Emily ProcterEmily Procter
As Calleigh Duquesne
Adam RodriguezAdam Rodriguez
As Eric 'Delko' Delektorsky
Khandi AlexanderKhandi Alexander
As Chief Medical Examiner Alexx Woods
Rory CochraneRory Cochrane
As Tim Speedle
Episode Quotes
Speedle: Crisis averted.
Horatio: Tell that to his widow.

Episode Goofs
Using a Draeger Tube to test for nitric acid fumes, the instrument made a clicking sound. This device does not click. The bellows pump is squeezed drawing air through the tube. A reaction takes place between the air contaminant and the material in the tube causing a color change. The length of stain is proportional to the concentration.

Nitric acid is a liquid and not a gas. The gaseous precursor is NO2 when combines with water forms nitric acid, HNO3. Neither causes instant death.

Horatio writes the symbols for sulfuric acid, H2SO4, on a clear board. Both numbers should be in subscript but he writes the 4 as a large number, suggesting a lack of basic chemistry knowledge.

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