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Bingo Zohar died in June 1953.
Anna Gunden died sometime between August 20 and September 10, 2006.
Carrie Swett died on May 17, 1998.
Goof: Near the end of the episode when Dylan is exiting the gates of the Pennsylvania state prison, a palm tree can be seen in the background.
Nitpick: It is weird that no disciplinary action was taken against Det. Joe Connolly, the investigating officer in 1994. On the other hand, not all of the aftermath of the case being solved might not have been shown in the episode.
George Russo, Sean Costley, and Jack Raymes died on September 2, 1994.
Adam, Emily and Stewart Jacobi died in December 2006.
Nitpick: When they're looking at the messages "Romeo" sent and Vera connects the screen name "montague01" to him, he says, "I know my Shakespeare." However, in episode 1-11: Hubris, Vera complains louder than anyone else about having to read Shakespeare.
Lilly's favorite book as a child was The Velveteen Rabbit, written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson.
Jay Dratton died on June 28, 1998.
We find out that Scotty's grandfather suffered from ALS, short for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The degenerative neurological disorder is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Goof: In the last 30 seconds of the episode, John Stillman and a girl are standing on the docks with her on his right hand side. They are shown in a shot from front, then from behind; she's still in the same position. The camera cuts to an image of the longshoreman whose death was being investigated and stays there until he fades from view. When the camera cuts back to John Stillman and the girl, she has inexplicably changed positions so that she now stands on Stillman's left.
Mike Chulaski died in June 2005.
We find out that John Stillman worked on the Philadelphia docks as a teenager.
Goof: In this episode, the Stone family is worried in June 1919 about the suffragettes because they believe that if women are allowed to vote, Prohibition will pass (the family is wealthy because they own a brewery). However, in reality, Prohibition (the 18th Amendment) was ratified in January 1919, five months before the flashback events in this episode take place.
Goof: In the teaser, when the 1919 detective is entering Frances's death in the ledger, the header reads: "Bureau of Police, Department of Public Saety" (instead of "Safety").
Francis Stone died on June 23, 1919.
This is the oldest case yet -- 88 years -- topping the previous oldest case from episode 3-19: Beautiful Little Fool by 11 years.
Nitpick: The reunion in the episode does not fit the timeline. The start of the school year is in September 1997, which means that seniors like Becca and Casey would graduate in the summer of 1998. Yet their ten year reunion is for the class of 1997. Celeste, like Rainey, is a junior in the beginning of the episode, so she wouldn't graduate until 1999. Yet she's at the reunion, too.
Rainey Karlsen died in September 1997.
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