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Hotchner says he joined the theater club the day after he received his yearbook in his junior year of high school and he became the fourth pirate in the play. Because yearbooks are rarely handed out until the last week of classes, it is unlikely the theater club would be staging a play, much less accepting new actors for a production.
Haley was in the tenth grade when SSA Hotchner met her and her maiden name was Brooks.
It is revealed in this episode that Gideon grew up in Chicago and was a White Sox fan.
It is revealed in this episode that Reid's mother had been committed to a sanitarium with paranoid schizophrenia and she had been a professor of 15th century literature at one time.
JJ tells the team that Frank Giles lives in Arlington, Virginia, only four miles away from Quantico. Arlington is approximately 35 miles away from Quantico.
This episode reveals that Gideon is quite the cook and has a penchant for '40s and '50s era music (as did his character Rube Sofer in Dead Like Me).
This episode reveals how SSA Hotchner met his wife, Haley. At the end of his junior year, he accidentally walked in on a theater club rehearsal where he saw her. He subsequently joined the theater group so he could meet her, knowing they would one day marry.
It is revealed in this episode that JJ collected butterflies as a child.
Garcia attempts to hack the CIA database to find Prince William's telephone number. The screen displays:
enter search citeria: Prince Williams/tel
Country code 44
City Code 020-
At the end of the episode as the team are leaving, the "joystick lady" can be seen in the background giving Dr. Reid what looks like her card.
It was revealed in this episode that Morgan has a dog named Clooney.
Apparently Summers' death occurred immediately after the team returned from Sarasota. The big board in the conference room still had the preliminary evidence from the Mark Gregory case, which was seen in the previous episode, "Charm and Harm."
Garcia was not able to travel with the rest of the team to the CIA headquarters because she was on a CIA "watch list" for unspecified reasons.
When Bruno Hawks asks Gideon if they managed to catch their unsub (Mark Gregory, whose photograph and preliminary evidence was on the BAU conference room board Hawks was staring at), Gideon replies they had, "only after he drowned eight women."
In the episode involving Gregory's case, "Charm and Harm", Gregory drowned seven women – the initial four in Florida, plus the ones in Georgia and South Carolina. The team also discovered that he drowned his mother as a child. The attacks in Tennessee were only attempted drownings, as both women were saved by intervention (the motel manager in the first case, and Morgan's shooting Gregory in the second).
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.
"Machismo" is prominently exhibited or excessive masculinity. As an attitude, machismo ranges from a personal sense of virility to a more extreme male chauvinism.
It is revealed in this episode that Elle's mother is Cuban and is fluent in Spanish.
Despite her last name, Garcia is not very proficient with Spanish nor is she of Hispanic or Latino descent (she assumed her stepfather's surname as a child).
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