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When the kayak is going down the stairs it doesn't have wheels on the bottom, but seconds later when it is going down the hall, it does.
Marla is 42 years old.
In the "Previously on Boston Public" part, they show a scene between Guber and Harper where Guber tells Harper that he's met someone, and that she did a few adult films when she was younger.
This scene never appeared in any previous episode though, and since Guber only met the woman at the end of the previous episode, there really is no place for this scene to have even occured. I don't think it's a deleted scene either (Guber meets her at night at the end of the previous episode, and the scene with Guber and Harper is during the day), so it's really a new scene that they just tried to sneak past us by saying "Previously on Boston Public."
In the morning scene between Claire and Danny, her nightgown sleeve switches from folded up to hanging loose.
Since when do high schools get a press conference when all they're going to announce is a school budget?
If Danny and Claire are having a court wedding, wouldn't they need two witnesses?
It is revealed in this episode that there is a spacious storage room adjacent to Guber's office. Wasn't there a small closet in its place when that student stuffed a corpse in it earlier in the season?
Guber closes the ambulance doors when Trevor is taken away, only paramedics are allowed to do that.
When Ronnie and Zach are having sex in the senior room, you can see pins pinning the sheet down to the bed. I guess that was to prevent revealing too much from Ronnie.
When Zach proposes to Ronnie that the two should have sex, there is a cameraman in the background.
It's implied that Danny Hanson, just like Joe, was abused by Father Bill Egan.
A metaphorical torch is passed at the end of this episode when the downtrodden and recently fired Harry Senate meets the ingenue Miss Woods. She would have no idea as to what she will be facing in the coming episodes, and the advice Harry gives her would be ignored.
The character of Kimberly Woods claims she is teaching at the high school as part of the "Teach for America" program. Boston is not currently a city where "Teach for America" operates. It is being considered as an addition, but it is not in the program at the time the episode aired.
When Harvey says that in a past life he was a lawyer or a judge, it´s a wink at a previous role he had as a lawyer in another of David E. Kelley´s series, Chicago Hope, where he represented a pacient that was suing the hospital for malpractice.
Louisa was mentioned by Marcie but it didn't explain her whereabouts. Also, no explanation was given to Lauren's departure.
In this episode, the transgendered student says, "Don't worry, no one's going to Matthew Shepard me." Matthew Shepard was a gay University student in Laramie, Wyoming. Because of his sexuality, he was kidnapped, robbed and beaten to death by two young men. His parents dedicated themselves to gay rights, including helping to pass a new federal hate crimes law in 2009.
Fyvush Finkel was 78 when this episode aired so him playing an 80-year-old is by no means out of the question. Also, Lipschultz's advanced age for a teacher is a constant theme on the show.
In the last episode, Zack was supposedly killed in a car crash, yet he still appears in this episode.
When Meredith "resurfaces" by entering the living room, you can see her fingertips under the cookie platter for a split second. That hand was revealed a brief moment later as having been severed.
Tim McMahon is the first teacher to die on Boston Public.