When Elle and Morgan arrive at the motor vehicle wreck, the police vehicle that pulls into the scene behind them reads "Tennessee State Police." There is not a law enforcement agency in Tennessee that uses that name. It would be either Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, or a local police department.
In the beginning of this episode, the man eating a steak is using an empty fork.
Gideon: (after finding Gregory's fake IDs) Look at all these driver's licenses, he could start his own DMV.
Morgan: (hearing Elle's phone ring) Aww, that must be the boyfriend.
Elle: Yes, it is. (answers phone) Hey Gideon.
Elle: You really don't know someone till you take a road trip with them.
Morgan: What are you trying to say?
Elle: Look at this car, man. There's empty soda cans and fast food wrappers everywhere. You're a slob. You know, back at Quantico your desk was all neat, but I bet if you looked in those drawers you'd find a mess.
Morgan: OK, we have been on the road way too long.
Doug Gregory: Are you telling me that young boys aren't curious?
Gideon: Sure, they're curious, but not all peek into windows.
Reid: How old was he when this happened?
Doug Gregory: Ten.
Reid: Were they close?
Doug Gregory: She was his mother.
Garcia: Aaron, do you have any idea how many people drown every day?
Hotchner: Well, yeah. There're more in the summer for obvious reasons, but I think it averages to about sixty-five hundred a year, which is 17 a day?
Garcia: Is this Reid?
Morgan: Why are you acting so weird?
Elle: We're sitting with a guy who knows that there are 800 kernels of corn on the average cob...
Reid: ...arranged in 16 separate rows.
Elle: And you're calling me weird?
Gideon: The author François de la Rochefoucauld wrote, "We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves."
Gideon: The French philosopher Voltaire wrote, "There are some that only employ words for the purpose of disguising their thoughts."
Reid asserts that many serial killers make a hobby of photography. Joel Rifkin, BTK Killer Dennis Rader, Ted Bundy, and William Richard Bradford, among others, were all amateur photographers.
The title of this episode may have been taken from the movie The Princess Bride, in which Mandy Patinkin starred.
Hotchner: Like Edmund Kemper and Andrew Cunanan, they save their most meaningful kills 'til last.
Edmund Kemper targeted female hitchhikers, but the last person he killed was his mother. He's serving a life sentence. Andrew Cunanan's killing spree ended in Florida, when he shot famous fashion designer Gianni Versace. Cunanan killed himself before he could be captured.
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