CSI: NY (2004–2013)
The New York CSIs are introduced in CSI: Miami: MIA/NYC Nonstop (2004).
Kenny mentions the show during the Brass Balls game
Gary Sinese mentioned in reference to CSI
A billboard for CSI: New York is seen at Empires Stadium a few times.
While watching Blue Murder, Carl says crimes are never solved in an hour by a detective who looks like a runway model, prompting Deb to say "that's why there's no CSI: Pittsburgh."
correct response in "Arresting Television" category
title mentioned in passing
Mac Taylor of the New York CSI team comes to Miami to help Horatio track down a serial killer. The pursuit concludes in CSI: NY: Manhattan Manhunt (2005).
Mentioned by Lenny.
Mentioned on Weekend Update
A promo for some CBS shows is shown.
set & still photo shown
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Who"
mentioned by Donna
Title seen in paper
Mentioned in Hill Harper's introduction
mentioned in dialogue
Doug mentions this show when he tells Claire he watches a lot of TV.
Gary Sinise mentions this show during the interview
Jay says he watched the New York version of "CSI" -- "Charlie Sheen Intoxicated"
Leonard and Howard discuss the CSI series of shows.
Title mentioned by angry audience member from New York
Woody says, "If there is a murder to be solved, no one is better than me. . . . Well, maybe Gary Sinise."
A "Did You Know?" graphic said that Raw has aired 300 more episodes than CSI, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY combined.
Stars recreate the Men at Lunch photograph.
Mac Taylor comes to Las Vegas in a crossover that concludes on CSI: NY: Seth and Apep (2013).
Mentioned in dialogue
A clip is shown during "Fall TV Season Report Card".
Clips shown in a split-screen when a segment on Who Are You mentions that songs by The Who were used as themes for all three CSI franchises.
Clip shown from A.J. Buckley's early work.
Spoofed in the CBS crime drama ad