Dr. Hawkes is trapped in a cell block during a security breach orchestrated by a familiar face from CSI's past, and the only person who can help him get to safety is the death row inmate who murdered his sister.
Did You Know?
The episode's use of the Ozzy Osbourne
song "Let Me Hear You Scream" is to help promote Osbourne's album 'Scream'. See more
(at around 25 mins) Sheldon says that rechargeable batteries are full of sulfuric acid. While that is true for an ordinary car battery and sealed lead-acid battery, the device in question is built to be light-weight and very likely employs a nickel or lithium based battery, neither of which rely on sulfuric acid. Then Sheldon and Reggie go on to crush the battery to release the electrolyte, which could cause a lithium ion battery to explode. (at around 40 mins) Sheldon also says that the reaction between sulfuric acid and metal releases hydrogen gas, and Reggie will not want to inhale it as it could kill him. In such a well ventilated space as in question, the small amount of acid would not be likely to produce a high enough concentration of hydrogen gas to be lethal. See more
Let Me Hear You Scream
Written by Ozzy Osbourne
and Kevin Churko
Performed by Ozzy Osbourne See more