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Goof: At the end of the episode, Nick puts a magazine in the case box which is already completely filled. However, when he puts the lid on, the box is filmed from inside and there's over an inch of free space.
Rita Flynn was killed on July 4, 1953.
Nadia Koslov died in December 1989.
Danny Finch died on July 20, 1969.
Nitpick: One of the young boys refers to Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin as a Mission Specialist. The Mission Specialist designation for astronauts did not exist until the Space Shuttle program, which started in 1981. Aldrin's position on the Apollo 11 crew was Lunar Module Pilot (LMP).
Donna D'Amico died in 1981.
PFC James Tully was killed on September 8, 1951.
Goof: The episode opens at the roller disco with the song September by Earth, Wind & Fire playing. In reality, the single wasn't released until September 1978, by which time Missy was already dead.
Missy Gallavan died in August 1978.
Goof: The episode opens in June 19, 1964, with Miriam's sister, Lana, putting The Kinks' single You Really Got Me on. In reality, the single wasn't released until August 4 in the UK, and later on August 26 in the US. By the time the single was out, Miriam was already dead.
Miriam Forrester was killed on August 8, 1964.
Laura McKinney died in November 1991.
Goof: The episode opens October 12, 1973 with the the football team singing the BTO song Takin' Care of Business. In reality, the album that contained the song wasn't released until December 1973 and wasn't available as a single until 1974.
Mike McShane was killed on November 3, 1973.
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.
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