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When a vehicle transporting drug evidence is ambushed by a group of individuals with automatic weapons, several officers are killed. The CSI must now figure out who was responsible and track them down, though things become more difficult when external forces begin to suspect that they may have been involved in some way.
Paul Tomassi: (watching Delko smash expensive tile) Do you have any idea how much one of those costs?
Horatio: About half as much as two.
(During his polygraph)
Delko: Did I mention I was Catholic?
Calleigh: So, you gonna shave before you go to IAB?
Speedle: It's a polygraph test, not a portrait.
Horatio: Hey, Jack. You miss being a real cop?
Jack Seeger: You're just full of 'em today, aren't you?
Horatio: You have no idea.
Reporter Enrique Rayas: You're the investigator in the dispo case that resulted in two tragic deaths. You mind if I ask you a few questions for our viewers?
Delko: The car is stolen.
Calleigh: Based on?
Delko: Based on the screwdriver in the ignition.
Horatio: (about the polygraph test) They ask about your girlfriend?
Delko: H, you know I don't have a girlfriend.
Horatio: No girlfriend this week?
Horatio: This cocaine did not come from Haiti.
Speedle: Not unless Haiti is in the middle of our crime lab.
The death of Horatio's brother is mentioned as being "two years ago," but up to this point, we have been led to believe that he died in 1993.
The headline of the article on the Internet is "Newark's Erik Riden of Whaler College Reporting on the New Student Cafeteria for WXDE", however, when Delko reads it, he says "WXLY.