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The evidence box has Apr'08 on the outside instead of the month and year (Sept'62) that Nancy Patterson died.
According to the script, Nancy Patterson died in October 1962. The date of her death is not indicated in the episode, although we can tell it took place after the events of the opening teaser (September 16, 1962).
Goof: When Petey Jr.'s mother takes the football from him to talk to his father Pete, she holds it in her arms. When the camera changes shots, it is gone.
Peter "Pistol Pete" Doyle died in the fall of 1997.
Brenda MacDowell disappeared on August 12, 2007.
Goof: In Leah O'Rafferty's school records, the word 'suspension' is incorrectly spelled 'suspention'.
Andy Rierdan disappeared on December 18, 2006.
When they are interviewing the little boy, Rush and Valens show him the driver's license photos of the suspects, clearly labeled as property of the Department Of Motor Vehicles. However, in Pennsylvania, the department is known as the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, commonly shortened to PennDOT.
Tamyra Borden died on August 18, 1998.
Curt Fitzpatrick died on December 26, 1999.
Ray Takahashi was killed on December 1, 1945.
There are a couple of inconsistencies regarding the date Mike Delaney was killed. Firstly, he was supposedly shot on the night of his college graduation. According to the title card, the graduation took place May 18, 1982, yet the date on Mike's headstone was May 29, 1982.
Secondly, Lilly remarks that the 25th anniversary of his death is coming up. This would date the present-day events in the episode in May 2007, which is out of place considering the picture of the graveyard that Lilly shows one of the suspects is dated November 25, 2007, the air date of this episode.
According to the date on the headstone, Mike Delaney was killed on May 29, 1982.
Samantha Randall died in November 1963.
Nitpick: At the end of the episode, the various victims' families are shown watching the killer's body being rolled on a gurney. Presumably, this was only a few minutes after the situation was resolved. How did they know where to go to watch this? Even if the media got a hold of it, how would all these people be able to get so quickly?
Nitpick: At the end of the episode, Tyrell is shown being walked out of the bathroom where he was being tortured by the killer, after the killer's body is rolled out. Shouldn't the EMTs take a living tortured and traumatized victim away before worrying about removing a dead body? The living would have a higher priority.
In the beginning of the episode, Lt. Stillman shows Shemar's earring to Lilly. Curiously, the evidence bag is dated 11/14/07, making the events in the episode take place three days in the future compared to real time (11/11/2007).
There were four victims in this episode:
#1, DeMont Henderson, went missing in October 1999
#2, Kendyck Malone, missing since July 2001
#3, Marcus Hollister, missing since March 27, 2003
#4, Shemar Reynolds, missing since August 23, 2007
Incorrectly Regarded as Goofs: At first glance, the handkerchief in the evidence bag that was found on the body seems to have the initials A.M.W. (and not A.W.M. for Audrey W. Metz). However, the middle letter, M, is the tallest of the three and represents the last name. The smaller initials on the right and left sides represent the first and middle names. Lilly even reads the initials out loud in the right order.
Audrey Metz died on October 30, 1938.
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