brianjr0412

4th Jun 2019

CSI: Miami (2002)

Death Grip - S2-E4

Plot hole: There is absolutely nothing that would give Horatio any reason to think the severed arm they found was from a previous victim of their suspect. It doesn't make any sense he would pick something as random as the arm that has no connection (other than it being found during the search for the girl) to the case.

brianjr0412

4th Jun 2019

CSI: Miami (2002)

Death Grip - S2-E4

Other mistake: While irrigating the alligator's stomach a human foot falls out, there is no way a foot that size could fit through that PVC pipe.

brianjr0412

28th Apr 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Just Murdered - S5-E21

Plot hole: The pool boy's lawyer brings in the woman suing Fell and tells the judge that Sells saw her earlier and didn't recognize her when he should have. There is absolutely no way she could have known that.

brianjr0412

28th Apr 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Show generally

Stupidity: Throughout the entire series the CSI's on several occasions will describe, in great detail, the procedure they are doing to another CSI. This makes no sense since they have all been CSI 's for years and should already know how it's done. Obviously this was done for the audience so they could follow along.

brianjr0412
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Suggested correction: While this is obviously the case, and it's a common script technique, I have worked with several people who will explain in great detail what they're doing (or worse yet explain what I should do) despite the fact I've worked there longer and know more than they do. But to avoid contention at the work place I just let them talk and pretend to listen.

Bishop73

31st Mar 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Point of Impact - S8-E8

Stupidity: After talking to the bartender, Calleigh goes back the lab and talks to Caine, and he wonders if they got a false positive from the vic's blood alcohol. Calleigh then gives a detailed description of how that could happen; Caine already knows how (obviously this was done for the audience, to explain it, but in the context of the show, it makes no sense).

brianjr0412

26th Feb 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Mommie Deadest - S8-E22

Other mistake: When Boa Vista and Wolfe find the blotch of red marker ink under the tape from the bat it's a solid big red blotch, they determine it was transfer from the killer's hand. Then they show Cody holding the bat and he only has a small red smear on his hand, not even close to the amount needed to leave that kind of stain on the tape.

brianjr0412

24th Jan 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Innocent - S2-E24

Plot hole: Alex determines the actress is only about 18 because her wisdom teeth haven't erupted yet. The problem is they don't always erupt, I'm 32 yrs old and mine have never erupted.

brianjr0412

23rd Jan 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

See no Evil - S9-E3

Continuity mistake: In the beginning the kidnapper has a large build, like a football player, but later when he's in the van with the girl his build is much smaller.

brianjr0412

23rd Jan 2017

CSI: Miami (2002)

Fallen - S9-E1

Factual error: After Horatio shoots out a window in the lab everyone starts waking up immediately, it would take much longer than one second for the gas to leave that size of a room and the people's systems.

brianjr0412

19th Feb 2015

CSI: Miami (2002)

Friendly Fire - S10-E12

Factual error: There is no way the gun in this episode would work, the bullet world be moving way to fast for the shooter to accurately control the bullet to the target.

brianjr0412

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